These NM PH2 are going on Ebay - But top right looks a bit pitted, maybe the previous owner didn't get some new followers and shim correctly.It's currently on Newman PH2s, but I have some race spec Pipers already on the shelf ready for the next rebuild.
Every true, could be okay and nothing to it - or makes the the tiny difference which is not good on cams.That's the exahust cam. Hard to say.. could just be residual oil, or some light rust that would clean off with a bit of emery cloth. Would need some better pictures.
It's very straight forward.Every true, could be okay and nothing to it - or makes the the tiny difference which is not good on cams.
They only have one picture, maybe sus to hiding something else - I just went with some PS Cossie 200 spec one - Just a simple road cam.
If I am, just ask regarding the layout of your Catch Can - 2/3 port - Just PCV to Mani - Just a hose and a clip no special AN connectors etc?
Thanks for the reply, I didn't see the reply and nor the Oil catch tank from Airtec.The 3 port airtec runs from the pcv, ccv to the inlet. You shouldn’t need to gut the pcv valve this way as it would be under vacuum under load. Would need to be a closed system.
Morning @VulpesI had to get some different sized bolts for the manifold as the stock ones don't fit. I'll see if I can dig out the spec of the ones I have.
Edit, I used M8x30mm from Kay's fasteners on eBay (YMMV)
"FLANGED HEXAGON BOLTS METRIC HIGH TENSILE GRADE 10.9 SCREWS"
This is the before shot!Mine runs great on a off the shelf hyper r map, there must be enough in the fueling to let it learn a bit. You’ll run in to issues if you t off for the ccv, standard & K&N it’s in the air box or the inlet before the throttle body. I would just stick a filter on it and forget about it.
Morning,I was also on Hyper-R and did extensive AFR logging with a wideband.
It was spot on. Not saying it couldn't be improved, but it was far from dangerous.
Which ram air filter are you using?
In terms of the brake booster, you need to repurpose the original valve that connects to the servo. Just run a sharp knife down the nylon hose and it'll come free. @Djgalloway
Dreamscience usually have money off deals around black Friday etc (not that I agree with it in the UK, but whatever)Morning,
I did see, a dreamscience unit for £130 on ebay, then £250 for a reset without any discounts added.
Ramair; Went with the CC-501-70, hope that will be a good fit - The one giving to me, unsure of size dimensions, but have two to pick from, rather the new one was fitted.
Will have to get some cable ties and some more worm clips so that everything to fitted correctly and tight.