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Offline 30PSI

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Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #20 on: 03:24:23 PM / 04-Apr-06 »
Fair enough.

Whats your power aim anyway?

237bhp @ 6,105 rpm
DET block, JE pistons, piper cam, adapted DET inlet, T3 tubby, coilovers with KYB\'s, cusco camber tops, VLSD
Still on std cack ECU & injectors :(

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Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #21 on: 03:49:28 PM / 04-Apr-06 »
I\'ll be happy with 250-60.

 
I can live with 220, if that\'s where the SOHC finds its meaty spot.
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Offline 30PSI

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Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #22 on: 03:51:45 PM / 04-Apr-06 »
The biggest issue is the limit of the fueling ability of the stock ECU and injectors. Mine are stretched to the absolute maximum.

237bhp @ 6,105 rpm
DET block, JE pistons, piper cam, adapted DET inlet, T3 tubby, coilovers with KYB\'s, cusco camber tops, VLSD
Still on std cack ECU & injectors :(

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Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #23 on: 10:34:32 AM / 07-Apr-06 »
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out of curiousity, and may have been answered already somewhere, but........are the DE and DET rods and pistons the same?


Yes they are
S12 ca18et -88
280zx L28  -82 (owned since 2000 but never driven it)
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Offline captaincaveman

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Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #24 on: 06:05:23 AM / 15-Apr-06 »
[url]http://www.sdsefi.com/eic.html[/a]

you can use a system like that one. It\'s a fuel injector controller. it allows you to intsall a couple injectors to give your engine the extra fuel it needs. You don\'t need to make any modifications to the stock fuel injection system with this, so when you go into inspection you can remove this unit and have your bone stock fuel injection. It\'s a pretty cool system. you can even have it setup to a seperate fuel tank that\'ll have a different fuel, so like at low rpms you can use cheap regular gasoline and at the higher rpms those extra injectors will kick in and you can use higher octane fuel.

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Re: Ca18det block w/ ca18et head
« Reply #25 on: 06:41:19 AM / 04-Mar-15 »
Sooooooo, did someone complete a build like this? How did u go through with the distribitioner and the overall ignition?