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Daewoo Lanos Rally Car

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Re: Daewoo Lanos Rally Car

Postby Red_LaNOS » Wed Jul 03, 2013 3:03 am

Ahh ok, so that means the cylinder walls would have to be machined. I was kinda hoping maybe that diameter was with the pistons rings on or something. I assume there would be a specialist tool to machine the cylinder walls and this would probably not be something i could do myself :\. I've been watching a tonne of instructional videos on pulling engines apart etc in trying to prepare for this. Most of which have been from Australian youtube channels, though i have no idea on machining or boring. Thanks for pointing out that forums post, i didnt see that one so i kinda assumed based on the Nubira intake setup that it wouldn't be possible. Do you think there would be much improvement given the diameter goes from 50mm->60mm, i would have thought the remainder of the intake manifold would have negated any effects.
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Re: Daewoo Lanos Rally Car

Postby benzino » Wed Jul 03, 2013 4:09 am

depends on what your powerband goal is
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Re: Daewoo Lanos Rally Car

Postby Red_LaNOS » Thu Jul 04, 2013 8:25 am

Mid to high range given that's where you keep the revs for the majority of the rally. But i really don't want losses anywhere in the rev range.
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Re: Daewoo Lanos Rally Car

Postby benzino » Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:36 pm

Red_LaNOS wrote:But i really don't want losses anywhere in the rev range.

no such thing as a free lunch :D
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