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Dorifudo

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About Dorifudo

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  • Birthday 10/19/1985

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    Christchurch, NZ

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    '93 R32 GTR
  • Real Name
    Jeff
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  1. I agree, dyno is only a tuning tool the the dyno numbers are really just a pissing contest. Real way to see power is the mph at the end of the 1/4, with my power im expecting to hit the 145-147mph trap speed. My purpose of the car is a weekend toy, doing the old school pick ups and the occasional coffee runs
  2. No yet, last meeting was cancelled due covid lockdown. New season starts in September so will be out then to see what it does.
  3. Seems like the 6466 tap out around the 620-650kw. Im 620kw on 31psi on e85 on hub dyno
  4. There is a guy that lives in NZ running a 6466 with a .84ar on a stock bottom end and 4.3 diffs. The response is amazing. Im running at 6466 with a 1.0AR with stock diff ratios and definitely feels "lazier" than his car.
  5. Updated mods: Precison 6466 Gen 2 1.01ar Ats triple plate carbon clutch Custom 1.5in runner manifold with billet merge 1650cc bosch injectors Taarks surge tank with twin walbro 460lph Twin 40mm turbosmart gen v wastegates Results: 502kw on 100 octane 24psi 620kw on E85 on 31psi
  6. Finally got the car tuned today, well kinda of full tune on 100 octane made 502rwkw on 24psi and 616rwkw on 31psi with E60. More to go tomorrow as we will bump it up to E85 and maybe a few more psi
  7. Another update this week, titanuim arrive so the fabricators got it all welding up today. Plumbed up all the piping and everything is bleed and ready for tune.
  8. @Shoota_77 i know what you mean about the BMW, i owned a 2015 Mercedes ML63 with AMS tune, 720hp and 1000nm. Started everytime, massaging seats and all the gadgets, but got bored very quickly sonsold it and now have a money pit but well worth it.
  9. Wow @Shoota_77 ive just spent the last 2 daya reading your build, absolutely mega awesome that you have done everthing yourself! Can wait to see the results.
  10. Kelford 264/272, that was on 100 .octane as well tho.
  11. Yea super stoked with the quality of work as well, cant wait to see how it goes with long runners and 1.5" tubing
  12. After driving the car for 3 months the front turbo decided it had enough and blew, so now i had 2 choices, replace the turbo with a 2nd one or go single. Not wanting to risk blowing another 2nd hand turbo as they are getting on in age the decision was to go single. After a few nights of researching decided that precision 6466 was the way to go, next was manifold which was hard as they are all about the same price, so after talking to a few guys in the area and decided to keep the money locally and got a local fabricator to build up a manifold. I told the fabricator, i want something different from the streamlined manifold and after spending a few hours on the net. We decided billet and titanium would be very different. So we went with a billet T4 merge collector with 1.5" runners with twin wastegates, titanium downpipes and titanium screamers. With the fuelling now a possible issue, i upgraded to a surge tank in the boot as i had experienced fuel surge when i was under 1/2 tank, so gone with a surge tank with built in twin 460lph pumps and using my 460l intake as a lift pump.
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