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Old 02-15-2019, 08:13 PM   #1
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I put my 245T on the dyno, as I needed a laugh!





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Old 02-15-2019, 08:33 PM   #2
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K-Jet is awesome! 197hp @ 16psi on what looks like an original B21FTi.

You just need to breathe hard on your MBC or disti, or hose down the intercooler, and you'll break 200. Very nice

What's the scale on the black AFR line (it's chopped off of the picture), or what is it from 3K to 6K rpm?
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:34 PM   #3
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That's pretty cool.

Showing once again - forced induction is a wonderful thing
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:24 PM   #4
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Not bad. Is that actually measured AFR?
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Old 02-15-2019, 11:27 PM   #5
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Not bad. Is that actually measured AFR?
Yes, measured at the tailpipe, sans cat. Seems a little lean to me.
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Yes, measured at the tailpipe, sans cat. Seems a little lean to me.
Max is 14.47, what about min and average?
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What cam?
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Old 02-16-2019, 12:47 AM   #8
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Props to the kjet! Good one.
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Old 02-16-2019, 01:56 AM   #9
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Max is 14.47, what about min and average?
Iíll look again when I fire the dyno up next time.
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What cam?
Iím assuming itís stock.
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Iím assuming itís stock.
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Yes, measured at the tailpipe, sans cat. Seems a little lean to me.
Itís hard to tell from the graph.

What are the specs on the car?
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Itís hard to tell from the graph.

What are the specs on the car?
Car left Sweden as a 245 diesel and has spent its life here in California. Some one has swapped in b21ft engine at some point.
If the odometer is original, the car 426k miles on it.
All Iíve done to it is baseline it: changed all fluids, filters, tune up, and added the yoshifab wow kit and the a intercooler.

Next is to swap all the ipd suspension parts from my crashed 85 245 and install this engine:



Iím deciding on exhaust manifold and turbo for the 16v, and will convert it lh2.4 or Link.
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Old 02-17-2019, 08:54 PM   #14
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What is a yoshifab wow kit? The group A intercooler?

Are you using the terminal 11 trick? 16psi seems like it would need more fuel than just stock boost enrichment.

That next level engine is going to be breaking the Volvo trans. The one you have in there now may even break it. lol.
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What is a yoshifab wow kit? The group A intercooler?

Are you using the terminal 11 trick? 16psi seems like it would need more fuel than just stock boost enrichment.

That next level engine is going to be breaking the Volvo trans. The one you have in there now may even break it. lol.
ďWowĒ kit shouldíve been ďaosĒ kit; his crankcase breather kit.
Not familiar with terminal 11 mod, but Iíll search for it.
It is on the lean side, I just wanted to see where it was running.
I have WC T5 I can use on the 16v engine, but might skip it and go straight to a T56 or CD.
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Old 02-18-2019, 10:59 AM   #16
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TERMINAL 11 TRICK FOR 240 TURBOS
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Thanks!!
I assume this is the boost enrichment switch?
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yes, that is the boost enrichment switch. It grounds terminal 7 in the lambda computer at about 2.9psi. An 82 won't have any wiring for terminal 11 so you'll have to get a contact and short pigtail of wire from another car. The contact is the same as on the newer efi injected cars so you just need to get the piece of wire with the ternimal on the end.
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The chassis is an 82, but it has the engine, wiring, etc, out of an unknown turbo car.
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Old 02-18-2019, 03:29 PM   #20
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OK. In 84 and 85 the cold enrichment circuit was changed to a pressure switch wired to terminal 11. So if your firewall has a gold round pressure switch then terminal 11 should be wired. If it doesn't and you have the control pressure regulator with the vacuum hoses on the bottom section. Then it probably isn't wired up.
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