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16 hours ago, cachorro said:

Herman's videos are on youtube on the Motive Video channel and they are worth the watch. I wonder on what grounds Maatouk claims a brace is not necessary. It could be true but as mentioned, where on the bell curve does each individual block sit. Also there could be dozens of combinations of variables. Do you have a link to the facebook post? Curious to read up on it.

 

Can’t link it but it’s in the GTR owners Australia page, just search posts about block brace. Look for the post with over 100 comments. 
here’s a snippet, but there is a lot of back/fourth between Maatouk, McDonnell and Herman. Great read

 

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On 6/23/2021 at 1:35 PM, Old man 32 GTR said:

Can’t link it but it’s in the GTR owners Australia page, just search posts about block brace. Look for the post with over 100 comments. 
here’s a snippet, but there is a lot of back/fourth between Maatouk, McDonnell and Herman. Great read

 

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I'd agree with Peter in the attached screenshot, track work (not straight line stuff only) puts a lot of pressure on different components.

Do Maatouks have any 2.6l N1 builds that do track work?

 

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I had a normal Prp brace on a 500kw setup with a 9180 on it. 2.8 stroker, little cams blah blah Thrashed the hell out of it - Cracked the block. 

Now I got a N1 block with the fully intergrated Prp steel brace, same 2.8 crank - rods - slugs, massive cams 292s blah blah makes over 1000hp and don't thrash it just give it a hit here and there, things going strong as no dramas at all. 

 

I reckon it comes down to how you drive it, and cly pressures to be honest, little cams and trying to jam it all in low down in the rev range breaks engines. 


Let em breath, rev, build oil pressure, than dump it all in and it will make the power and last. 

 

Also the less limiter dump side steps you do the better and I can tell ya now you don't do em with 1000hp but you do em all day with 500kw : D

 

Thats my experiences anyway  

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On 15/07/2021 at 2:58 PM, SimonR32 said:

I'd agree with Peter in the attached screenshot, track work (not straight line stuff only) puts a lot of pressure on different components.

Do Maatouks have any 2.6l N1 builds that do track work?

 

I’m really not sure, but going off the comments I’d say, probably not, looks like most customers are for drag and/or street duties 

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On 18/07/2021 at 8:59 PM, Deano 1 said:

Also the less limiter dump side steps you do the better and I can tell ya now you don't do em with 1000hp but you do em all day with 500kw : D

why do you go between hp and kW, it's so painful lol.. just stick to kW.. this is Australia - we use the metric system.

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On 19/07/2021 at 11:44 AM, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

To me 745kW sounds impressive, because you rarely hear anyone say I make 745kW at all fours.

this is true..... it actually made 775kw when we said stop...... 775kw sounds really impressive 🤣

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