Car feels fine to me. But i must admit im not that of an driver purist or what ever you call it that i would notice. Im more of a powwwwerr! guy.nice , how does it feel weight wise?
as i'm sure several people are, i'm jealous
Thanks! Cant wait to it allready has good power! But it wont be very soon as i have to get the engine legal registered and that takes a wile :blue:Awesome! Now to get it tuned and see some numbers!
Thanks!Cant wait to see this tuned. One of the best mods I've seen on here
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Thanks! Cant wait to it allready has good power! But it wont be very soon as i have to get the engine legal registered and that takes a wile :blue:
Thanks! Do you know when the first big MR2 meeting is? I'm probably gonna be there if i know a date :beguiled:!So nice, I'm very jealous
I was just discussing that you don't see the Mr2 that often on the Dutch roads. And then this "special" edition comes along.
Let me know if you are gonna display it somewhere sometime, i'll definitely pay a visit with my *cough* stock mr2 *cough*
ps. Kreeg je auto ook al doorgestuurd via een vriend op een NL forum, echt geweldig
Thanks!Can't believe I never saw this thread before... This is amazing. I'm truly envious of this build and your skill level. Can't wait to hear it with the right exhaust.
Not had it weighted yet. I really need to get that done :miserable:Those numbers compare well with 2GR. What is your total car weight with 1/2 tank of gas, and spare tire?
The R32 manifold is plastic to and it doesn't have veriable-lenght but some kind of air pulse system.This engine looks more compact than a 2gr yet same weight as an 3sfe at 143kg
exhaust comes out the back saves on double sided fabrication of normal v6 exhausts
The 3.6 FSI inlet is found in plastic sure theres 10kg savings there alone!
A well carried through and very fast build. The ultimate compact v6 conversion.
This manifold is from 3.6l Skoda SuperB, same part no. as Passat R36 intake - without variable-lenght system.
I don't discuss dyno numbers as its pointless. But i agree with you and asked my tuner about it he said it was because of the vvti and spacial intake manifold.That torque number is really, really high for 3.2L. I would expect that dyno reading to have some significant "correction" in it, compared to the "270hp" 2GR dyno.
Well, not really.That torque number is really, really high for 3.2L. I would expect that dyno reading to have some significant "correction" in it, compared to the "270hp" 2GR dyno.
Rob is that the FSI model you are talking about, I didnt know the direct injection using aftermarket is now possibleWell, not really.
Stock, that engine either was 250hp/236 tq (2008) or 240/236 (2004) at the crank.
he has opened up the intake a bit, so the tq figure is about where I would expect it to be (APR ECU will bring in 264, and that wouldnt be fully optimized for the shorty exhaust and better (3.6l) intake system.
That little engine is a torque monster.
The 3.6 with only an ECU will go over 300/300 at the wheels!
Both the MK4&5 R32 show to be the CBRA code, which was standard sequential fuel injection if WIKI is correct.Rob is that the FSI model you are talking about, I didnt know the direct injection using aftermarket is now possible
Im behind times but last time I checked it was not possible also read 3.6 fsi motor has oil pump issues due to defective bolt
Theres even one or 2 miatas with these engines a 12v turbo and 24v NA if Im not mistaken, also Nissan silvia drifter 12v turbo.
What an incredible engine choice this has been, would have never throught it was so light and compact with such a strong 6 spd.