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Bankz's 110 Double Cab

Discussion in 'Members Vehicles/Projects' started by bankz5152, Oct 22, 2016.

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    bankz5152 Well-Known Member

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    110 is back! And stronger than ever :D

    New LOF VNT Extreme Spec clutch + LOF SMF

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    New Ashcroft HD gearbox mated to the bellhousing
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    All quite inolved! Didnt realise quite how much work went it a swap like this. First time ive helped out/done it myself.

    Now 500miles of easy driving, let everything bed in just in time for the Dyno friday :D
     
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    170 miles down driving like a 90 year old... rather dull but fairly relaxing :)

    330m left before the Dyno Friday! :D


    Definitely needs more soundproofing though! Im thinking tuck a load behind the airbox on the bulkhead and deaden the tranny tunnel further.
     
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    Must be doing wonders for the economy!
     
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    500miles done in a week :)

    Averaged 290m from a tank (full to the yellow bit) usually 220- 240 :eek:

    Annnnd Dyno Day!

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    OOoohhh,,, cannot wait to see the pretty graphs.

    Cheers
     
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    How many litres is the tank on that?
     
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    No idea :rolleyes:
     
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    Henry_b Waiting..........

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    16.5 Gallons according to google..

    So you're doing around 15'ish MPG when not driving like a granny.. :eek::D
     
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    Ahh but I call a "tank" from full to the first line before the yellow. Thats my reserve fuel :p which is roughly 50-60miles to the fuel light comes on.

    So 290m for £70 of derv at 119.9 makes around 23mpg.

    So itd be more like 350 - 360 to a full tank.
     
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    I get ~ 400 miles to 85 liters oops - I remember when it was more like 580.
     
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    Did it go bang? you going to share the results? Pretty please.

    Cheers
     
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    All strapped in! Produced some very good numbers! I was very impressed!

    I will post tomorrow :D

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    Their fan got a bit smokey! :rolleyes:

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    Sorry been fixing another 90 all day!

    First run pulled a respectable

    216bhp and 456nm
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    Did a few more runs and some tweaking

    Strongest run we did was 231bhp & 526nm however the smoke levels where pretty excessive due to the limitations of the standard air box (currently looking at options for a bigger one!)

    Also the Dyno rescaled to 1000nm as we pushed past 500nm so the graph isnt perfect.

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    Few more runs we settled on 223bhp and 502nm with acceptable smoke - by acceptable its less than a hell of a lot of TD5s ive seen! A light haze if you will.


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    So there we have it. Will fit a bigger airbox, up the fuel and go from there! Im very happy so far!
     
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    Have you removed the vortex from the standard one?
     
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    Yeah of course.

    3.5" snorkel - 4" to the airbox, impeller gone + ITG filter - full 3" to turbo

    Needs a bigger airbox to match higher fueiling
     
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    They arnt good. They cause turbulant flow which plays havoc with the APP and MAP.

    Plan is a BIG ITG box mounted on the bulkhead. Not to mention fraction of the cost!
     
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    The MAP's in the intake manifold post turbo though? I can understand it affecting the AAP a bit.

    Anyhow interested to see how you get on, would think the flow through the head is the next limitation - port matching time?
     
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    Yeah post turbo but a few have tried twin airbox intakes none have succeeded.

    Oh it has plenty more to give with a few easy mods. After that yes, it would be head work but unless the HG goes i wont be going down that route.
     
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