Hi , sorry for lack of updates , i did a few runs up and down the local dual carriage way a few weeks ago. Smelt oil and got home to find allot of drips under car , so put car away in garage and ignored it.
Then thought the other day i had forgotten to put a dipstick in ! so its now fitted with on
Before taking it out for a run I also connected up the MAP sensor from ECU to ITB’s
I have for now just connected to one TB , so i am getting a bit of pulsing at low revs , so might have to link to all 4 at some point.
I am running MSExtra in ITB mode , so found out this should be connected , which I sort of noticed at my Fuel Map , as it had a major rise., which has not started to smooth out with 30 min for Auto Tuning with the MAP connected.
Still have hesitating on first part of acceleration.
I then also noticed oil leaking from around the oil pressure gauge connection on the block now , so that needs looking at .. so car back in garage for now
As i had a Auto subframe , i was able to mount the engine 20mm lower that normal, this should give me plenty of clearance around bonnet , but has made it a little tight around clutch slave and subframe.
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here is a close up image of the cam shaft seal housing my dad made , behind these is the rubber seal ,this method was used so my dad could machine all this on his small lathe , no laser cutting/ big CNC needed
ok been awhile, sorry about dead images , my google account got disabled so have moved images.
ordered dad a 32mm cutter of fleabay , this was to big to actually fit in is mill , so he modified it ,
Then he cut a big peice of would at the correct angle for the piston to be mounted to ( to reflect valve angle , yes we think both inlet and exhaust are a little different on angle but not enough to worry)
also we are doing one size cutter for inlet and exhuast valves.
Test cutting went well , valve centres where marked by sending tool down through valve guides on head and marking piston.
now tested on old piston , block and crank need machining now , so new +20 pistons can be fitted ,marked and machined.