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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty82 View Post
    Nice work Nick. Some good gains there from basic mods. A nice increase in area under the torque curve.

    Full exhaust next?

    Good luck with it. I am sure it will be a strong stout streetable package.
    I intend to keep stock exhaust and headers may just do hi flow cats ��
    Hyundai Accent 1.6 manual (current PB 590kms til fuel redlight!!!)
    GenF2 30yr Senator (stock cam/heads 10.63@131.99)
    Previous GenF my15 Gts (was fastest stock cam/heads 10.68 @ 130.3)
    Previous VXR8 (vxr
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickGts View Post
    Cheers
    I'll have a gander through the x130 time slips!!!!
    Knew I should of put them in date order!!!
    I'll post up a stock Gts run.
    Please note my 12.3 was on drag radials
    And I know my Gts first stock runs were on street tyres
    I group mine together per meet from fastest to slowest...might be a bit excessive lol

  3. #13
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    Well first ever slip with Gts, I know street tyres as for anything else too long ago, plus I had a clear out and removed all my old Gts receipts etc as a farewell.
    Im putting all slips in date/time order!!!
    Sat evening with a Baileys!!!




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    Hyundai Accent 1.6 manual (current PB 590kms til fuel redlight!!!)
    GenF2 30yr Senator (stock cam/heads 10.63@131.99)
    Previous GenF my15 Gts (was fastest stock cam/heads 10.68 @ 130.3)
    Previous VXR8 (vxr
    Previous GTS-r (uk)

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by NickGts View Post
    I intend to keep stock exhaust and headers may just do hi flow cats ��
    That's fair enough. Quite a few people just do headers and cats these days.

    Cats and a pulley change next? Injectors? One of Kirks 6.5L reservoirs?

    It must be frustrating doing it all again but at least you know what you have to do to get to where you want to be with the car.

    You should be well into the 11's now with good tyres for the launch.
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    122mph?

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    Very healthy gain for a pod, lid spacer and tune.
    It's also great that the dyno results are backed up with track results, those IAT's are going to eat away at you each time you race without a chiller, what did you say the start line IAT2 was last time 40-45c..?....and that's on stock boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by white_lie View Post
    122mph?
    Yep
    Thinking about it sure this was when car had 9.55 lower pulley and headers,injectors and drove em crap.
    Not naming the tuner who did it but needless to say times say it all.
    I'm sure stock Gts go 12.3's on street tyres at around 118mph.
    Magazine tested LSS senator auto v W1 and that senator did 12.8
    Hyundai Accent 1.6 manual (current PB 590kms til fuel redlight!!!)
    GenF2 30yr Senator (stock cam/heads 10.63@131.99)
    Previous GenF my15 Gts (was fastest stock cam/heads 10.68 @ 130.3)
    Previous VXR8 (vxr
    Previous GTS-r (uk)

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by GenF-GTS View Post
    Very healthy gain for a pod, lid spacer and tune.
    It's also great that the dyno results are backed up with track results, those IAT's are going to eat away at you each time you race without a chiller, what did you say the start line IAT2 was last time 40-45c..?....and that's on stock boost.
    Yep start line IATs were mid 40's, best time was first run, car was just getting hotter and hotter....
    Chiller and reservoir on my shopping list, gonna be sooo much easier this time round with knowledge gained and a decent tuner...
    Hyundai Accent 1.6 manual (current PB 590kms til fuel redlight!!!)
    GenF2 30yr Senator (stock cam/heads 10.63@131.99)
    Previous GenF my15 Gts (was fastest stock cam/heads 10.68 @ 130.3)
    Previous VXR8 (vxr
    Previous GTS-r (uk)

  9. #19
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    Well after Stage 1 tuning (pod filter and lidspacer) it was time to hit the drags and see where I'm at now.




    As you can see all the times are pretty darn consistent, 11.8's and a 11.7.
    I'm showing a 0.4-0.5 sec improvement over the 1/4 which after gaining 60ish hp I'd say is about correct.
    Interestingly from the logs my start line IAT2 readings after burnout have gone from 40-48degrees to 28-35degrees a good drop!!! Must be lid spacer helping out..
    Same tyres as last time and full weight full tank of fuel....
    FYI only have 3300kms on car!!!

    Well let's see how we go after more tweaks....



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    Hyundai Accent 1.6 manual (current PB 590kms til fuel redlight!!!)
    GenF2 30yr Senator (stock cam/heads 10.63@131.99)
    Previous GenF my15 Gts (was fastest stock cam/heads 10.68 @ 130.3)
    Previous VXR8 (vxr
    Previous GTS-r (uk)

  10. #20
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    A good result Nick.
    Likely already running quicker times than the average '500' pack with less dollar outlay and standard boost.

    I am curious why you run with a full tank though. A few easy kilos to drop running with half or less. But in the scheme of things with tracking progress, it does remove a bit of a variable constantly running it full.







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