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Old 11-27-2015, 04:10 PM   #57
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I actually like the look of it with the foglights gone like that.
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Any updates? How was your track day? How were you times/temps throughout the day? Noticeable heat soak? What kind of brakes are you running?
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Any updates? How was your track day? How were you times/temps throughout the day? Noticeable heat soak? What kind of brakes are you running?
The track day went very well. My times for grand course were 3:19-3:20 pretty much the entire day, with a few 3:22s mixed in. So the supercharger setup and oil cooler setup did very well throughout the day.

Here are my temp logs from the first afternoon session:


Heat soak (read: the retention of heat in the supercharger assembly between sessions) was definitely there. However, the the heat exchanger was within its efficiency range the entire track day, as evident by the temperature data above.

My build thread is in my signature if you'd like to see details of my setup. But, in regards to brakes alone, they are as follows:

Stoptech Trophy Kit Front BBK
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I'm working on video uploads, currently. But my hands are kind of tied. I have the videos, I have them edited, I have them ready for upload...I just happen to live 'in the sticks' where my upload speeds are <1mbps and are never stable long enough to complete an upload it seems. I have to time it just right!
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Great thread, thank you. Looking forward to more info...some of us may use the 'off season' to really nail down which FI kit they're going to commit to!
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Here's a video from my event at VIR.

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^^ looks like your having a good time!
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^^ looks like your having a good time!

Grand course is always a great time. Hopefully by the next event I'll have the mic situation covered lol.


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The track day went very well. My times for grand course were 3:19-3:20 pretty much the entire day, with a few 3:22s mixed in. So the supercharger setup and oil cooler setup did very well throughout the day.

Here are my temp logs from the first afternoon session:


Heat soak (read: the retention of heat in the supercharger assembly between sessions) was definitely there. However, the the heat exchanger was within its efficiency range the entire track day, as evident by the temperature data above.

My build thread is in my signature if you'd like to see details of my setup. But, in regards to brakes alone, they are as follows:

Stoptech Trophy Kit Front BBK
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ATE Type200 Fluid

I'm working on video uploads, currently. But my hands are kind of tied. I have the videos, I have them edited, I have them ready for upload...I just happen to live 'in the sticks' where my upload speeds are <1mbps and are never stable long enough to complete an upload it seems. I have to time it just right!
127*F average IAT.. what were there ambient temps at the track? Maybe an addition of a ram air scoop can help bring a down a few degrees.

edit: NVM i see it's 75* peak ambient temps.
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127*F average IAT.. what were there ambient temps at the track? Maybe an addition of a ram air scoop can help bring a down a few degrees.

Ambient is 75F


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127*F average IAT.. what were there ambient temps at the track? Maybe an addition of a ram air scoop can help bring a down a few degrees.

I should add I didn't have any factory ducting at this event. I lost them when I hit a tire on the highway.


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127*F average IAT.. what were there ambient temps at the track? Maybe an addition of a ram air scoop can help bring a down a few degrees.

edit: NVM i see it's 75* peak ambient temps.
Negative; pre-IC temps will have minimal effect on post-compression, post-IC temps.

The Edelbrock kit already pulls air from the stock airbox inlet, and most of the air going in is air that bypasses the LTR. If anything, figuring out a way to make the IC work better would have a more dramatic effect.

If anything, this is pretty low IAT compared to say... a C7 Z06 or a GT500.
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Negative; pre-IC temps will have minimal effect on post-compression, post-IC temps.

The Edelbrock kit already pulls air from the stock airbox inlet, and most of the air going in is air that bypasses the LTR. If anything, figuring out a way to make the IC work better would have a more dramatic effect.

If anything, this is pretty low IAT compared to say... a C7 Z06 or a GT500.
Are you referring to the internal bypass valve that closes during full throttle? For some reason I thought that still passed through the intercooler, just not compressed by the rotors
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