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Old 02-25-2018, 11:11 AM   #8135
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I'm running meth and have not had any trouble at all. In fact it has keep my oil Temps below 180. And on wot it pulls harder and is more responsive in all ranges of boost. I drive in traffic everyday no heat problems at all. 2nd best mod I have done.
Core temps and intake temps were what I was referring to. And it will get toasty without an intercooler. Results are variant based off of pulley size. Larger pulley, less heat.
Also, if you run just water, you will lift your heads.
Meth injection also aids in engine cleaning, more stable combustion cycle, more power, etc. Its up to you if you want to join us in the world of injection. Looking back at it, I wish I went with the intercooler. Looking way back at it, I wish i got a turbo.

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Old 02-26-2018, 11:33 PM   #8136
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I'd like a Methanol intercooler. Wonder if that's possible.

*pours methanol into reservoir
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Old 02-28-2018, 02:52 PM   #8137
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hmm, I'll just leave this here...

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That tip in load has got to be absolutely brutal on the motor. Especially with the 335.
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:31 PM   #8139
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That tip in load has got to be absolutely brutal on the motor. Especially with the 335.
Yeah, I'm sure it's tough on the motor lol.

I was pretty cautious with the kit.
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Old 02-28-2018, 11:23 PM   #8140
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That tip in load has got to be absolutely brutal on the motor. Especially with the 335.
I recently went to a local shop to have my car tuned on the dyno with my 335 and unfortunately they tuned improperly and pushed the car too hard blowing the engine throwing a rod through the block.

Currently looking at a salvage motor with 40,000KM
Might have to go back to NA.

What do you think?
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Old 03-01-2018, 12:02 AM   #8141
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hmm, I'll just leave this here...

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Did you build your motor for the 335? If not how long have you had it on and any problems yet?
Fucking sounds great brother.
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I recently went to a local shop to have my car tuned on the dyno with my 335 and unfortunately they tuned improperly and pushed the car too hard blowing the engine throwing a rod through the block.

Currently looking at a salvage motor with 40,000KM
Might have to go back to NA.

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Ugh, that sucks. They really tune wrong or was that just when the motor went? If you can swing it, I'd try and do a cheap build on it-but I know there really is no such thing. Going from the 210 to 335 is a price tier, and building with the 335 is another. Let us know what you do.

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Did you build your motor for the 335? If not how long have you had it on and any problems yet?
Fucking sounds great brother.
No on the built motor, I had this mentality: "If it blows, that sucks, but rebuild with improved parts." However, I sold the car before that. I only put a few thousand on the 335+motor, and had it tuned as safe as you can, along with only e85. Only time it was ever really pushed hard was at a trackday, it was 75-95 that day.

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Ugh, that sucks. They really tune wrong or was that just when the motor went? If you can swing it, I'd try and do a cheap build on it-but I know there really is no such thing. Going from the 210 to 335 is a price tier, and building with the 335 is another. Let us know what you do.



No on the built motor, I had this mentality: "If it blows, that sucks, but rebuild with improved parts." However, I sold the car before that. I only put a few thousand on the 335+motor, and had it tuned as safe as you can, along with only e85. Only time it was ever really pushed hard was at a trackday, it was 75-95 that day.

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Everything was running fine on the Moto East tune for 1-2,000KM. The motor only had about 11,500KM on it when it blew. Bad tune, over revving, and overextended dyno runs by the local shop. I had @moto-mike review the logs from the dyno tune and they ran the car lean at AFR 15+

My mechanic says there might be metal blown into the supercharger and other lines from the exploded block. I hope this isn't the case as it would be more ideal to stay supercharged and go back to the Moto East tune.

I will post up pictures and video soon. I plan to take legal action once everything is fixed and hopefully I will be able to recover some of the cost.

Who did your tune and what fuel were you running, mods, etc.?
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Afternoon all! I've put on a new belt (due to a squeak at startup, and just because I figured the belt needed replacing) and the squeaking is now constant. The idler pulley that came with the kit seems to be the culprit (when I spin it there is a spot in it's rotation where it squeaks).

Does anyone run an aftermarket pulley here, or know of a replacement? I contacted Sprintex, looks like they offer 60 or 70mm replacements for $40. Figured I'd shop around to see if I could find one locally first.

Also - wonder why the non-intercooled would come with 60mm, and the intercooled 70mm? Maybe because intercooled puts out a bit more hp and needs a tighter belt to avoid slippage? Seems weird that they wouldn't just give everyone 70mm then...

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Old 03-03-2018, 04:11 PM   #8145
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Ok..... I tried searching for the information. However, if it is listed I can't find it. Regarding the plastic fittings on the Sprintex SC; does anyone know any part numbers for brass variants to replace the two plastic fittings? If not, does anyone know the thread sizes that are on the intake elbow for those 2 fittings?


I know, I can take everything apart and bring the fittings to the store and try to match them. However, before I do that I thought I'd ask. After all, are the threads an NPT type thread or are they a metric equivalent or even a straight thread like M8 or something?


If anyone knows please post.


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Ok..... I tried searching for the information. However, if it is listed I can't find it. Regarding the plastic fittings on the Sprintex SC; does anyone know any part numbers for brass variants to replace the two plastic fittings? If not, does anyone know the thread sizes that are on the intake elbow for those 2 fittings?


I know, I can take everything apart and bring the fittings to the store and try to match them. However, before I do that I thought I'd ask. After all, are the threads an NPT type thread or are they a metric equivalent or even a straight thread like M8 or something?


If anyone knows please post.


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Check post 2532 on page 181 I got the info there for my kit.
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I took a look for clearance before I ordered them. I believe that there is sufficient clearance but I ordered 90deg brass couplers "just in case". From what I saw neither hose will come into contact with the IC output from the manifold.
What is the part number of the 90 degree brass fitting and where did you get it? McMaster-Carr doesn't seem to have 90 degree 1/4" BSPT male end with 3/8" barb.
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What is the part number of the 90 degree brass fitting and where did you get it? McMaster-Carr doesn't seem to have 90 degree 1/4" BSPT male end with 3/8" barb.
The 90 degree brass parts I was mentioning were 3/8" barb on both ends.
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