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Old 27th August 2017, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AC speedtec Performance packs

Does anyone have ac speedtec performance package pricelist? For ecutek So I can have a butchers and see what's what. It's impossible to speak to the lads, now that they have someone answering the phones. It's like hitting a brick wall at times.
Looked at litchfield and there's is straight forward just wanting a comparison
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Old 27th August 2017, 06:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They at mega busy at the moment dude, your best bet is to send a mail to :

[email protected]

You'll get a fairly quick response to that bud
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Old 27th August 2017, 07:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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They will be competitive compared to Litchfield, e.mail is best way to contact at moment.
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They are extremely busy at the moment, I've emailed them as well and takes ages to get a reply.

The best way is to Call up and keep trying prob mid afternoon then they will normally answer

I think the waiting time is around 3 weeks but they can give u a price over the phone
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Old 28th August 2017, 09:09 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks everyone have emailed them
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Just be cautious on how far you want to tune, odd cars appearing now with rod issues etc
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Old 31st August 2017, 07:53 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Only the abused ones.......
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Old 31st August 2017, 08:04 PM   #8 (permalink)
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You can't expect a cast rod to take big numbers
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But you can expect it to live a long life if treated correctly within its limits
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Old 31st August 2017, 08:36 PM   #10 (permalink)
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How do you define a limit on a Conrad?
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easily, you work within its design limitations, they didn't just pop any old condos in to the engine without first stress testing and finding its limits!

Plus the car has been through many tuning iterations by various tuners and they have found the "safe limit" for most of the components
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easily, you work within its design limitations, they didn't just pop any old condos in to the engine without first stress testing and finding its limits!

Plus the car has been through many tuning iterations by various tuners and they have found the "safe limit" for most of the components
Define safe limits, Brad Jepson is running 9.6 quarter miles @ 144mph on a stock block, turbos and IC's with E85 and Nitrous and has been for over a year with many passes !!!!!!!!!
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Surely it has to be in the mapping ? Am i right in that e85 and nitrous cools as well as adding power guessing that helps
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Hes running 720 ft lbs torque
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see how long it lasts I guess, the e85 and nitrous will help keeping it cool and running more power with the same timing etc I'd guess...... I'm no genius
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Its actually 740+ ft lbs and has lasted well over a year with regular runs on slicks, so its luck of the draw !!!!! Stage 4's exploding and vastly overtuned cars not !!!!!!
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I think for a majority of people std fuel is the norm.

Would expect a road legal car be doing more miles than a strip car but probably less abuse.
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I think for a majority of people std fuel is the norm.

Would expect a road legal car be doing more miles than a strip car but probably less abuse.
E85 is on the pump in the USA

And its his daily driver
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It's a long way to go just to fill up at the pump with E85
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Define safe limits, Brad Jepson is running 9.6 quarter miles @ 144mph on a stock block, turbos and IC's with E85 and Nitrous and has been for over a year with many passes !!!!!!!!!
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Hes running 720 ft lbs torque

...................and my pampered , but used properly R35 my09, running stage 4.25 for 2 years, approx 20k miles, did about 4 track days, approx 650lb/ft / 660bhp blew. Personally I think maybe the rods on some are slowly bending, as mine lasted a long time, NO indications, then one day KaBOOOM! (15k bill)

But now She's acspeedtech fully forged (Carillo/CP) + HKS cams, been running sweet for 6 months, engine feels rock solid and is good for 1200bhp, I was contemplating running EFR 7 series turbos but seem to be chatting/reading about some 1000+ bhp cars having issues , as in chasing issues around the car, which i don't need the hassle of! After chatting with a few people the consensus I'm gathering is that to retain some R35 reliability, the max power for that seems to be about 850bhp, so looking at EFR 6 series territory......

Whats your thoughts folks? As I'd like to have 1000bhp one day, wouldnt we all!.. but don't wanna be chasing faults every few months etc around the car!?...
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