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Old 3rd January 2014, 08:52 PM   #441 (permalink)
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Will this car ever see the track or will it be an eternal work in progress?
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LOL...thankfully with the purchase of the fan and the injectors, its ONLY the ECU to get now and have it mapped.

Funnily enough I had toyed with the idea of fitting the GT4094 while it was off the road but I think its better to wait, get the car finished and on the track THEN think about fitting the turbo.


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Nice work Scotty!
Just a quick thought, wouldn't it be better if possible to have the cooler the other way around? (Rotated 90degrees) so that the cold return was at the bottom hot feed at the top etc?
For better thermal flow?

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Hey Bob!

I felt that it was 6 and half a dozen TBH.....the pump should easily cope with pushing the oil through the cooler and back up. Its been run up a few times in this configuration with no obvious problems. If I notice temp or pressure issues on track (eventually!!!!) then I will revisit it.

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A bit of tinkering today and the fan is fully fitted!! Just need to wire it up......unfortunately it's a 2-speed fan and there were no wiring instructions so I will contact Kenlowe tomorrow. Normally an electric fan would be a no-brainer but there are 3 wires from the motor, a black (pretty obvious), a grey and an orangey one. Again, it doesn't take a genius to work out that one is low speed and the other is high. A quick battery test would show it but I'd rather have the proper wiring diagram in front of me just in case there are any surprises!!

Picked up the injectors.....


During trial fitting I noticed that the lower seals that come with the injectors are too big to fit into the recesses in the inlet manifold. They LOOK the same as the OEM ones and I originally thought that they would be a snug fit but they are a good bit bigger after careful measurement. You can see them in the pic above.
Looking at some images of ID1000's I see that some come with a fat lower o-ring....



I suppose that could work on an RB26 but I'd personally prefer the thicker rubber seals.

What I then did was use the OEM seals I had which seemed to work out fine. They were tight around the injector body and snug in the manifold. Some of the originals were a bit worse for wear anyway and the rubber had become a bit brittle. I shall order a set of OEM lower seals and go from there..

Anyone who has used ID1000's on RB26 care to tell me what they used on the lower part of the injector?? OEM seals or O-rings??

Surprisingly, the injectors came with plugs (which I hadn't read in the advert)!!. While this was welcome, I had, unfortunately, already bought the correct USCAR connectors months ago in preparation so if anyone would like a set of brand new plugs, pins and seals then get in touch.

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Scott I lost a seal off mine, I emailed the guys at ID and tgey said just use the oem seals!
I did and there's no probs!

Great injectors!
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Ah, cool...thanks for that Bob!!

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So, fitting the fan turned out to be a drama......surprise, surprise! Every job seems to be a nightmare at the moment....

Turns out I had a bit of a brain fart with the fan. The one I had ordered previously was a tapered design with it being 35mm at the edge and increasing to 60-odd mm at the centre. The NEW fan I ordered, the Kenlowe one, turns out to be around 60-odd mm right across its diameter. this meant that there was NO WAY that it could be accommodated behind the radiator which was where I wanted it. On the plus side, with a little fettling, it JUST fits in front beside the oil cooler!!..

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rather tight but they both fit. The fan is touching the rad so the spill is reduced.

Just need to secure the top of the fan (which I'm in the process of making brackets up for) and the oil cooler and I can get it all connected and refilled with water. Then I have the joy of wiring it all up!!

Missed the courier today so I shall pick up my injectors tomorrow too. If I'm feeling motivated I'll have both jobs done!!

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What way is that fan going to blow?
Based on the pic it looks like it is going to suck air through the radiator, in a forwards direction with respect to the car.
This might adversely the airflow through the radiator if it operates when you are moving forward.
Of course it is more for when you are stationary, it should be ok then.

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What way is that fan going to blow?
Based on the pic it looks like it is going to suck air through the radiator, in a forwards direction with respect to the car.
This might adversely the airflow through the radiator if it operates when you are moving forward.
Of course it is more for when you are stationary, it should be ok then.

Just something to think about!
That was my thought also... either flip the fan itself, or flip the entire assembly.

Looks like a well designed fan & given your space constraints, I hope that push setup works well for you
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What way is that fan going to blow?
Based on the pic it looks like it is going to suck air through the radiator, in a forwards direction with respect to the car.
The fan is universal (push/pull) . There are clear indications on it which way the air flows so I'm in no doubt about how it will work.
The original and best idea was to mount the fan behind the rad in a pull configuration. Unfortunately due to the drama with fan ordering and the fact that I had to get a different one than I originally wanted, it ened up being too thick to mount behind rad. Rather than send it back and get a smaller one, I opted to fit this one in front of the rad in a push configuration. Yes, ram airflow will be less but I will see how this fares first before I go down another route.
Bear in mind that LOTS of cars and trucks have front mounted fan(s) and work perfectly well so its not the end of the world. Hell, even the R32 air con fan is a pusher!!!



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Replacement OEM injector seals arrived today so really gagging to get stuck in and get the injectors in, fuel rail back on and fuel hoses attached. Theres a good bit of oxidation under the original seals on the alloy manifold so I'll have to spend a bit of time cleaning that up and making sure the seats wont give any sealing problems.

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I was thinking about your wire-hell the other day when i was redoing the harness on an old BMW im restoring for a friend.

You Can see it in the album below.

Looks very factory, very clean and is a simple job to do (did most of it yesterday evening but forgot photos). I just use 19mm fabric tape from colorplast ... Like this one Fabric adhesive tape (L x W) 10 m x 19 mm Black Acrylic coated rayon fabric 16781 Coroplast from Conrad Electronic UK

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I was thinking about your wire-hell the other day when i was redoing the harness on an old BMW im restoring for a friend.

You Can see it in the album below.

Looks very factory, very clean and is a simple job to do (did most of it yesterday evening but forgot photos). I just use 19mm fabric tape from colorplast ... Like this one Fabric adhesive tape (L x W) 10 m x 19 mm Black Acrylic coated rayon fabric 16781 Coroplast from Conrad Electronic UK

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Thanks for the links....very useful!

Have to say though, after speaking with Max Mosam (of Bremax) at Autosport at the weekend about PDU's and suchlike, I can see me going down this road sooner rather than later. I reckon a Motec PDM30 would fit the bill nicely!!. Its pricey but when you take into account the parts and labour of having it professionally rewired with fuses, relays etc then it all starts to make a bit more economic sense not to mention the whole host of other benefits a PDU solution offers!!!

Was out at the garage earlier doing some tidying and decided I couldn't wait any longer so got stuck in fitting the injectors and rail.....


Injectors in along with new OEM lower seals.


Rail on and tightened.

Just need to reconnect the rail feeds and return and terminate the injector plugs and that's another job put to bed!!

Next item is the fan!!
Spoke to the guys at Kenlowe the other day and they were very helpful indeed! The 3 wires (Black, Grey and Orangey/Brown) are wired in such a way in that black is earth (obvious!), Grey feeds the low speed circuit and Orange brown feeds the high speed circuit. Thing is though that for the high speed to work, the low speed still has to be energised. As I ONLY want high speed operation, I will need to join the Grey and Orange wires and connect them to the relay with 8AWG wire. Not a massive sweat as I had purchased a 30A fused relay. However I bought a relay holder and the uninsulated terminals wont accomodate the 8AWG wire!! Will have to have a look and see if someone does compatible terminals!!

Im starting to feel like I'm making progress again at last!!!

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Are your injectors high or low impedence Scotty?
If they're are the same as mine I has to delete the injector resistor and join up all of the wires to complete the circuit.
Just worth checking bud.

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They are high impedance Bob..

I have already removed the ballast pack and rewired the entire injector loom (keep up!!! ) so hopefully there should be no dramas in that respect.

However, I reserve the right to make monumental ****-ups when it comes to wiring just to cover myself

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Power modules is deffo a very good Way to go, if simplicity (once setup) is needed.
And it look cool
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Managed a bit of garage time today which saw the injector plugs terminated, the intercooler and the bumper back on....

Glad the fuel systems all back together again! It seemed like a backward step removing the rail etc but now I have some nice new 1000cc injectors, plugs and wiring so I'm in a much better place!.....



A small modification to the wiring cover to allow new wiring some extra protection...



Replaced the breather and fuel return hoses and voila!!, back to some sort of normality under the bonnet.....



Once I had sorted all that lot out I finished repositioning the oil cooler (slightly right of where it was originally due to the new leccy fan) and refitting the intercooler...



Looks a bit busy down there but I reckon I shouldn't have any cooling issues on track! Got the bumper back on and just have to fabricate a centre stay for the intercooler seeing as the original centre support is now gone. This also meant that I had to reposition the horn which now lives under the radiator drain plug
All looks back to normal!.....




Next few jobs are just silly things really like wiring the fan, sorting out a new fuel cooler air feed scoop (as the alloy bell-mouth I got sits too low). Will get a low-profile rectangular one like this.....




At Autosport I caught up with the guys from Race Technology...have been having slight issues with my dash and logger so will have to send them both back for diagnostics. Having cast an eye over the new Dash2 Pro, should my dash and logger be deemed as U/S then I might get a Pro which has logging on board as well as a CAN link for ECU. Very nice bit of kit but we'll see what's wrong with my current stuff first.

Lastly, I have bought myself a steel single-piece prop. Its something I've toyed with for a while now and I'm glad this one came up when it did. Should get that picked up next week and fitted soon after. Shame its not carbon but I'll see how I get on with this one..

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Plywood, 5 or 6mm IIRC sealed both sides with polyester resin. Turned out really well. Had toyed with making one from carbon with a coremat core and had bought the materials. Decided to go plywood at the last minute but might get around to making up that carbon one eventually...

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Picked up a nice single piece prop today from Nat (Natbrat)...nice meeting you BTW!!.


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I will hopefully get this popped on tomorrow and see what's what! Depending on time I may also wire in my 'leccy fan and get that job finished.

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