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Noz
01-10-11, 07:44
Thinking about going NA-T, here's a video that might help you decide :D

Quote "I had some issues with my ported head, so this run was with a stock, unported NA head."

http://www.supraforums.com/forum/showthread.php?648034-New-Personal-Best-7.77-176-mph

http://youtu.be/XWt_F9v9c88

Neil-NA
01-10-11, 07:51
Very quick :D

Bailey.
01-10-11, 08:06
I thought you were going na-t??!

Noz
01-10-11, 08:18
I am mate. some people are undecied..... DodgyRog for example. Jekyl said he can sort me a turbo, so hopefully hook up with him next week or so, then contact DaveH who ran that 1/4 run for another quote for some 525cc injectors... then save up to go get it mapped. Spoke to Ryan already, going for stock compression and trying to break the 400 mark.

Makes me feel a bit sorry for myself after seeing this NA-T on stock intake pretty much EAT the road!

Bailey.
01-10-11, 09:16
I am mate. some people are undecied..... DodgyRog for example. Jekyl said he can sort me a turbo, so hopefully hook up with him next week or so, then contact DaveH who ran that 1/4 run for another quote for some 525cc injectors... then save up to go get it mapped. Spoke to Ryan already, going for stock compression and trying to break the 400 mark.

Makes me feel a bit sorry for myself after seeing this NA-T on stock intake pretty much EAT the road!

So what will the whole conversion cost???

Noz
01-10-11, 09:19
No idea, but not a huge amount. Saved money by parting it together myself, 2nd hand EMU and wiring that in myself sometime when I get a spare day.

letmeshowyou
01-10-11, 09:42
Great vid. That gadget guy pasta advert linked on the same page made me laugh too!

Westy
01-10-11, 10:17
Nice lift at the start! Very quick car!

Kirk
01-10-11, 12:02
If your trying to crack 400 on stock compression a standalone EMU is the only way to go so I hope you picked up a decent one.

JamieP
01-10-11, 12:06
Thats moving!

Abz
01-10-11, 12:42
No idea, but not a huge amount. Saved money by parting it together myself, 2nd hand EMU and wiring that in myself sometime when I get a spare day. I think that is the most biggest issue for people deciding between NA-TT & NA-T. Going NA-TT is a clean & proven method, the NA-T which has repped up my view massively since spending the weekend with Craig & his NA-T on Dragonball is slowly becoming a good option. Would be nice one everything is sorted it had a standard off the shelf kit which can then be applied to any stock NA car.

Oh, and that thing is madness! Though is he running a BL box?

Terminator
01-10-11, 12:57
Hah Hah, to all the doom and gloomers that say high compression and big turbos don't go together, this guy is running 10.7:1 compression, no doubt on race fuel, but still very impressive.

dr_jekyll
01-10-11, 14:00
i was obviously going to love that. :) got me thinking, what is the uks highest powerd na-t ? im not one to chase numbers but ive got a lovely red na with low millage im thinking of using as a dyno number chaser :)

-Welsh-Stealth-
02-10-11, 00:07
Hmmm? Imagine some people may be eating words after watching this :d

Noz
02-10-11, 02:59
clearly high compression hasn't been explored much. has many uk people hit high bhp figures with high ratio?

Lee P
02-10-11, 08:15
My car and terminator's are running 9.5:1 I would deffinatly push it a bit more to see what can be done.

I really like the response of mine and it makes more power with less fuel.