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Old 1st August 2013, 10:16 PM   #401 (permalink)
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Nice work I have the same dash in one of my other cars. Do they do a serial data converter for the syvecs ecu? It allows you to display a list of ecu parameters on the dash2 and is all setup in the custom screen setup all easy peasey. The quality of the dash is really good worth the money they are.

I need to address my coil wiring, to remove the ignition amplifier do you just need to run r33 type coils?
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Nice work I have the same dash in one of my other cars. Do they do a serial data converter for the syvecs ecu? It allows you to display a list of ecu parameters on the dash2 and is all setup in the custom screen setup all easy peasey. The quality of the dash is really good worth the money they are.

I need to address my coil wiring, to remove the ignition amplifier do you just need to run r33 type coils?
Yes, Race Technology have an adapter for the Syvecs range of ECU's. This, as you say, makes it a doddle to display whatever ECU parameter on the dash.

No, I am keeping my Splitfires. The Syvecs S8 has onboard coil drivers so can be connected directly to fire the coil.....

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Been busy again making up the new injector loom....




Again, utilised a 12-way Deutsch connector, a mixture of PVC and ETFE sheathed 16AWG wire and some of the great Raychem DR-25.
In the process of finding the stock power wire that feeds the injectors I removed the rest of the stock injector wiring that works its way around the front panel of the car.

Also of note is that I've purchased a new Turbosmart Race-Port BOV for a good price. Not on the list of things to buy this month but couldn't turn down the opportunity to save a few quid while it was there....
Bought another std plenum which I will modify to take the adapter stub for the BOV. Then I can just swap plenums over and voila!!

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Managed to answer a question I have been mulling over for a while now......keep handbrake or not.
Decision: Remove the handbrake

It had always been a point I had laboured over... If I junk the handbrake system I could have less complex rear bells made for my rear rotors BUT how would I secure the car on uneven ground after a heavy track session. Came to the conclusion that I could use chocks to stop the car from rolling and that it wouldn't be a problem.

Now I can get on with having some plain and simple bells made up for the rear rotors.


On another note, I decided that mounting the BOV on the plenum would not be too great an idea so I will fit it onto the charge pipe that resides on the drivers side...


I reckon it'll do just as good a job there!!


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Raceport BOV finally arrived!!...




Bought from an authorised Turbosmart distributor in the states so I can be assured its genuine!! It's smaller in the flesh than I'd anticipated but that's probably a good thing! However, I'm starting to reconsider mounting it on the plenum, just after the intercooler hose as this will keep vac lines to a minimum as well as keeping it away from any nasty water/FOD.
Going out to the garage in a mo so will have a mull over it and make a decision!!

Now have all sensors apart from Lambda and crank/cam wired and routed to the passengers footwell in readiness for the ECU. Once again, it seems that the list of jobs I can be getting on with is VERY small which means I must be doing something right

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Seeing as its just after pay day I decided to go a little bit daft..

Bought 2 brake pressure sensors (one for front, one for rear) so I can log whats going on brake-wise. Will be useful to hone my master cylinder arrangement should I need to. Working on the premise that more information is a GOOD thing.
Working on that basis, I have the opportunity to buy some cheap suspension potentiometers so I can log suspension movement. This will be slightly more helpful in car setup but I have a feeling that the pots on offer may not be physically long enough. Should I not buy these, suspension pots are definitely on the list of nice-to-have's.

Also picked up a big K&N (new) at a very good price for when I fit the GT4094. Not really needed RIGHT this minute but sometimes you have to jump on stuff when the prices are good!!

Other things of note have been the installation and wiring of a water pressure sensor. Again, really going to town on the instrumentation side of things but I think this will pay HUGE dividends later on. Also removed ALL of the handbrake gubbins so no going back!! .

Feeling evermore positive about the whole thing again. Will probably get the ID1000's next month and get them in. Then just Lambda and crank sensors to get and install and then NOTHING!!!!.......just ECU to save for.!!

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Pic of water pressure sensor installed...



Got it at a very good price from Auber Instruments . Considering that I was looking at spending around £110 for an AEM 5-BAR sensor, this one was positively peanuts!!!

Also got around to modifying my rear brake line to accept a tee for the rear pressure sensor...


Plugged it with a bleed nipple as I'm still waiting on the sensors themselves. Already sorted out the connectors etc from RS components. As they are common Bosch sensors (pt no 0 265 005 303) getting the right connectors was dead easy as it tells you on the Bosch spec sheet

Also got around to tidying some wires and stuff in the back, behind the seats so looking a good deal better. I REALLY would like to take it away somewhere and have it all rewired properly in a motorsport fashion but my main priority is getting the bloody thing going first. Luckily there is a company quite close by whose wiring services I can call on when the time comes!

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Been busy lately trying to get these back brakes progressed...
The brackets which I had made up previously turned out not to be suitable due to a problem I hadn't forseen. The distance between the rear caliper mounting lugs on the hub is 4.5" and the distance between centres for the radially mounted caliper pins is 4.75". Given that the brackets only need to be very shallow (around 25mm ish) it means that the bracket-hub bolts would impinge on the caliper-bracket bolts.....bugger...
So, decided to go back to basics and do some proof-of-concept initial studies to see what needs to be done.

Early attempt with machined steel bracket offered up....


However, undeterred I decided to make up a bell to mount the disc so I could find what the caliper fore-aft spacing needed to be roughly..


OK, its not glam but happy with the results. It was at this point that I realised the caliper doesnt need to be as far out radially as I had initially thought. It was here I had the lightbulb moment that my initial plan was somewhat flawed

Here it is mocked-up with caliper....



Have decided that I will need to mount the caliper slightly lower than where the std mounting holes are on the hub. I shall utilise a bit of 20mm sqaure bar I have lying around and get some more precise measurements of where the caliper needs to be.
Next step will be to get caliper mounting sorted and then measure my bell requirements and have them made up. Hopefully that will be the rear 2-piece disc conversion sorted....

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Blimey! I was impressed with your Moonface roll centre kit but this is scary shit - an octagon inspired disc bell with odd screws!
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Yeah, its genuine Rays...its just that the stamp is on the back so you cant see it in the pic!!



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Please tell me that is just you making a mock up and the final version will be somewhat better designed?
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Please tell me that is just you making a mock up and the final version will be somewhat better designed?
Yes indeed...the text does say its only a mock-up . I might push the boundaries somewhat with parts but even I'm not that cavalier

I'll be getting some bells custom made, hopefully in titanium for the rear. If I'm lucky I'll be able to use an off the shelf Wilwood bell for the fronts but TBH, this is looking increasingly unlikely...

The idea is to concentrate on getting the ECU bought and installed, run the car on track using the braking kit that's on it at the moment and then, once that's buggered, have the Wilwood stuff ready to chuck on and go...


BTW..I'll sell you my amazing 'genuine' Rays alloy octagonal brake bells for a Grand if you fancy!!


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Received the two brake pressure sensors so plumbed them in...




Will be connecting these direct to the logger as the ECU doesn't need to see what's going on with the brakes . Will have the ability to call up the values on the dash should I need to but I can see this only being necessary for setup.

Not much going on this weekend so will probably lend a hand to my mate and his FRST.

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Great stuff TT

Brake pressure front and rear is a must have, steering pos sensor is also useful. Are you have suspension pots? Like these? AiM Suspension Potentiometers - Race Data Systems
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Have been looking at suspension pots recently TBH (although I tend to get my stuff from M-cal)....some used ones came up recently but the seller has gone quiet .
I agree, steering angle is fundamental to analysis....I've got a good idea of how I would make a sensing system but I've not really devoted too much thought to it at the minute. Once I get the critical things out of the way I'll return to it. A rotary pot , a couple of gear wheels and a small toothed belt should do the trick

Probably getting a bit too carried away with all the data gathering....although I work on the premise that more data is better then no data. Will be pitot sensors next

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I worry enough by having an AFR gauge!
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Do you have any idea when this may be hitting the track bud?

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Could you adapt a standard Skyline steering sensor?
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Probably not. I removed it as it wasnt required and hacked all the mounting tabs/flanges off

Im sure i'll be able to whip up some sort of sensor come the time.


Bob - probably this time next year TBH....need to get a few grand together first for ECU, fitting and mapping. All this while I'm still channelling funds to a few other projects. . It WILL happen, just dependant on how quickly i can get the cash together...

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Got home today to find a little box...well, not so little

Containing a K&N filter.....


Its a MONSTER!! I put it on the bonnet for a bit of context but even then it doesn't do it justice!. Its an RD-1460 and its certainly the biggest filter I saw in the catalogue I have!!

Bought it for such times when I convert to the GT4094. Got it VERY cheap considering it was brand spanking new and so couldn't pass it up. It'll stay all wrapped up and safe until its needed....whenever that'll be

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Have been looking at suspension pots recently TBH (although I tend to get my stuff from M-cal)....some used ones came up recently but the seller has gone quiet .
I agree, steering angle is fundamental to analysis....I've got a good idea of how I would make a sensing system but I've not really devoted too much thought to it at the minute. Once I get the critical things out of the way I'll return to it. A rotary pot , a couple of gear wheels and a small toothed belt should do the trick

Probably getting a bit too carried away with all the data gathering....although I work on the premise that more data is better then no data. Will be pitot sensors next

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This is the rotary pot I am using on mine, fits into the top of the steering rack but for proper data analysis of steering inputs and getting an overall picture of the handling of the car ie front to rear balance and how much correction is needed on entry mid corner and exit its a valuable tool.





I have also seen a geared rotary pot setup as below which would be a better option for the Skyline, just mount it below along the steering wheel column.



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Yeah, that's the sort of thing I had in mind. Have a Bosch Motorsport catalogue and have been eyeing up some suitable pots....
As the GTR column is sheathed I think it will be challenging to get a gear wheel slipped on. I reckon I may have to find a suitable sized split gear wheel and do something creative!!

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