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Old 12-02-12, 04:16 PM
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Chip motorsports and NRS power ceramic seals on board with my Rx3's comeback

Chip motorsports and NRS power ceramic apex seals came on board with my Rx3's comeback. I been dealing with NRS for many years, basically selling his product, NRS is a class act. I used his 2mm 1 piece apex seal on my ALL MOTOR build. I will not use nitrous this time around.. (car was not running straight with NOS) chip motorsports provided my lapping and nitriding, Im very pleased with the work chip produced for my build. I also have a local rotary engine product company in N.Y. helping with PARTS for the build. my engine is assembled and compression numbers will be tested once in the car.. enjoy the pics. goal is over 320rwhp ALL MOTOR.. Ill be doing video logs of my dyno runs and posting dyno graphs..
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Old 12-02-12, 04:25 PM
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more pics of the engine build..
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Car looks mean.. How much does it weigh? What ecu are u running? What times are u looking to get out of it
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good to see you back ito,do you think you can make the H.P. with just a bridge port ?
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good to see you back ito,do you think you can make the H.P. with just a bridge port ?
it's a bridgeport with a partial peripheral port.. custom intake manifold.. i already dynoed 320+rwhp back in 2005 on pump gas(93 octane).. changing the fuel and the fuel system to methanol.. it should produce more hp then last time..
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i had a few dyno pulls most of them made 320+rwhp all motor.. this vid is back in 2005


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ah,i didn't see the semi,just saw the bridge in the pics.you will make that number easily.
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nice good luck!
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Looks good, keep it coming.
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Very nice!
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Glad to see you working on that car. Hope you enjoy it hasta abajo
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Glad to see it coming back out!!
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as the days turn.. more progress..
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Nice Ito cant wait to see the R back out with some GAS...
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Nice Ito cant wait to see the R back out with some GAS...
no gas boom.. just all motor..
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Ito, you trust running the oil through the front cover?
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Ito, you trust running the oil through the front cover?
new style fron cover gaskets with the nylon o ring its not a problem, plus you could always use the metal rx8 gasket if your worried... ito will be fine ... just hope he can still drive, cough-cough.. not you jay me
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Ito, you trust running the oil through the front cover?
yes jay.. that area where the timing cover and front plate meet has been modified if u get my point..
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what computer are you running on it.
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what computer are you running on it.
car has a haltech e6k.. upgrading to the haltech ps1k
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I did a compression test. impressive to say the least.. 135psi dead even on both sides of the engine. I attribute the even numbers to chips motorsports lapping NRS power ceramic seals and Goopy Performance resurfaced rotor housings..
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I did a compression test. impressive to say the least.. 135psi dead even on both sides of the engine. I attribute the even numbers to chips motorsports lapping NRS power ceramic seals and Goopy Performance resurfaced rotor housings..
Awesome compression!
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Awesome work, great to see you back.
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