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Pistons for supercharger



  RB 182 Cup
you can charge/turbo anything. Just needs customs parts and stuff and alot of money. don't know about the pistons or anything, would have though low comp 1's
 
  Ph1
Contact pmurray or Ben R.

Supercharger kit is well under development now.

Feature in next months French car mag too
 
  182 cup
Thanks for the replies, Ben is on holiday so they'll have to get there skates on if they are going to be in the mag.
 
  Ph1
If your gonna run massive amounts of power over stock or high boost etc components are going to be pushed nearer their limits.

Common sense is to have over strenghend parts, rather than parts working towards their limits
 
  2005 Nissan Navara
Wossner make 8.5:1 off the shelf, so that would be the obvious choice.

thicker headgaskets/spacers are never a good idea...
 
  LY 182
such a vague question depends on what you are after really ideally you want to keep the cr as high as poss it depends what final outcome you want
 
  182 cup
such a vague question depends on what you are after really ideally you want to keep the cr as high as poss it depends what final outcome you want

maybe you misunderstood, looking at the above reply you seem to think i was on about suspension.;)


ideally i would like to fit new uprated pistons/conrods into a F4R engine that could possibly have a supercharger strapped to it, so if i was to change the pistons what would be the ideal compression ratio for the F4R, i'd like around 280 ATW.
 

RSTuning

ClioSport Club Member
  R35 GTR
I went for 10:1

8.5 is too low, it only makes 0.2 bar at 4k so it would be crap to drive.

Ours is about 265atw now, still stock.....


BOOOOOOM lol
 
  Ph1
if thats nocked you of your perch make sure your sitting on the ground when you hear what figures are being made.

AWT are developing a s/charger kit. Current bhp figure i last read on here after lots of mapping and testing was something like 270 ''at the fly''.

You come on here asking questions about pistons and claims of 280 ''ATW's'' seems a bit optimistic to say the least.

Good luck to you though
 
  ITB'd MK1
maybe you misunderstood, looking at the above reply you seem to think i was on about suspension.;)
nah he's right, you dont want to lower CR just for the sake of it, too low and you'll lose power, but not low enough and you wont be able to carry enough ignition timing, and thus power.


ideally i would like to fit new uprated pistons/conrods into a F4R engine that could possibly have a supercharger strapped to it, so if i was to change the pistons what would be the ideal compression ratio for the F4R, i'd like around 280 ATW.

280 at the wheels is a lot but it's not out of the relms of posibility if the engine is built right. Would certainly need be a very carefully built engine rather than just throwing a few parts in though, 8.5:1 would probably work quite well and as said they are available already for turbo conversions.
 
  182 cup
AWT are developing a s/charger kit. Current bhp figure i last read on here after lots of mapping and testing was something like 270 ''at the fly''.

You come on here asking questions about pistons and claims of 280 ''ATW's'' seems a bit optimistic to say the least.

Good luck to you though

We all like to dream don't we.
 
  Hondata'd EP3 Type R
lolk @ running 280bhp through the front wheels of a Clio!

Just put your Clio on ITB's witha a nice 220bhp, Or buy an Evo.
 
  raw striker
im thinking you already know peter. ive never met you but i know you know. thats all im saying on here. :)
 


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