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#21
stu_woac

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  • Location:Dawlish, Devon
looking at it it most like still fouls the mount its sold by timotorsport.co.uk alot of cool stuff for a xs owner, I've not personally seen this on a xs so just give them a bell very useful people

Edited by stu_woac, 26 October 2006 - 06:20 PM.


#22
Sandy

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I've just fitted my long curved inlet manifold design to a 106 with 280 catcam, QEP head, Devil 4-2-1, 45mm Jenvey TB's and 370mm overall inlet length. We had a few issues with the twin injector setting up which are still to be fully resolved, but the initial results are very encouraging and the engine mount didn't need to be modified other than replacing the inner stud with a bolt.
Here's the manifold:
http://noboost.com/temp/sandy/SB03.jpg

Here's a graph against my friends unusually quick 106GTi (GMC 4-1 exh manifold and BMC filter, otherwise std) on the same rollers in comparible conditions, figures are from static load and are taken at the wheels, only take them as relative because I generally find these rollers are pessimistic compared to most:
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Edited by sandy309, 26 October 2006 - 06:34 PM.


#23
stu_woac

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thats got to be sounding nice at 4500rpm when it seem to take off

#24
Sandy

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It sounds fantastic, 8v's on TB's usually do, but this is very hammery and nice!