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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2007 6:51 pm 
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Nebuchernezzer wrote:
0.8 bar (spikes 1 bar ish) on a T28 isn't much.
To be honest there is no disernable difference between the T25G and the T28 with my car how it is.
And i don't care!! :lol: If i wasn't lazy i'd go play with it till it held 1 bar.
But meh.
140rwkw is based on my mate Chris's dyno readout, he, myself and Mike all run identical mods, boost etc and that's what his car got.
When we drive/drift together our acceleration is lineball.
If you want to be pedantic i'm sure you could get anywhere in the 140-150rwkw range by putting different cars on different dynos but that's the ballpark :).

My dream project is a KE70 turbo.
Turbo the 4KC :).
I so want to do it, 80rwkw would be my aim!


I used to run 0.8bar on mine and it pulled 170rwkw with the t28, with injectors and z32 afm it pulled 178rwkw on 0.8bar but was running alot richer and safer, 140-150rwkw seems very low for a t28, thats t25g territory...

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160rwkw on 13psi with a T25G 8)

I'd be hoping for more with the T28 myself :-?


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type r aye that thing would be quick


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yeh i had one of these dc5 type r's

they r very good cars to thrash all day everyday, its just that u get over the axle trapping and the lack of G force, had to go back to a turbo. :D

o yeh there r good on fuel to, wen not in vtec.


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I'd love a Type R of the latest model. Worth as much as a pretty damn good performance turbo but everytime I hear one I say to myself that I just gotta get one.... awesome cars.

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hehehe Type-Rs


I still want a DC-2
I think it'd be a nice daily driver.

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I still want a DC-2
I think it'd be a nice daily driver.

Chicks like em too man, make sure it's got lots of stickers and you'll score for sure.


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MK wrote:
DumHed wrote:
I still want a DC-2
I think it'd be a nice daily driver.

Chicks like em too man, make sure it's got lots of stickers and you'll score for sure.


Well if andrew bought one and did that he'd have to consider changing his signature to 'I am the pro-ricer' ;)

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i agree that any type r as a daily driver would be great, sportiest kinds of car without a turbo, but by the same token i would not put all my performance hopes & dreams into one.


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If they are priced similarly to an S15 i wouldn't bother with the teg

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The dc2r would definitely be an awesome daily driver good fuel consumption if you stay ot of vtec, then a great track car as it is!!!

However not everyone can afford or be lucky enough to have this kind of daily driver :x

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i remember when the dc2 itr's bl8c5 was every kid's wet dream


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