Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
08-23-2005, 10:10 AM
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Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
mux213 Wrote:Its really funny how many people on Club4ag think Holland is within the USA,
Lol! Why am i not surprised?

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08-23-2005, 12:40 PM
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Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
mux213 Wrote:
Miguel - Newera Wrote:Hmm, to be honest I don't like the attitude of some of the "other" 4AG members... I'm no fan of the "Your car is Sick" comments & such, either... The other forum's a bit packed with idiots, IMHO..

Its really funny how many people on Club4ag think Holland is within the USA, that was probably the biggest reason for me to start this together with ArtSmile

Only 9% of the US Population have a passport.... Most therefore have very little idea about what goes on outside of the States, I guess.

I have some other pics of the engine now fitted, so I'll post them in a few minutes... Just need to upload them...!

For sure we'll be including this car in a future Newera Productions DVD.
It's the only way to show what it'll be like... I have every intention of thrashing it regularly Evil Cool Evil

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08-23-2005, 12:58 PM
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Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
Miguel - Newera, you know that you can also upload pictures directly to this site if you first press the post reply button?

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08-23-2005, 12:59 PM
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Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
Here's some pics received in the last few days from Techno Pro Spirits...

I'll need to do a little more tidying of the engine bay... More braided hoses, tape loose wires to existing wiring harness / cable tie better, etc.
Will also need to get some special engine bay cleaner, then polish it all afterwards....Maybe get some alloy pulleys too.

The Defi gauge cluster I made is now up and running... I fitted a shift light into it too, which is settable with the Defi Controller.

TPS have also fitted a neat (used) electronic unit which gives A/F Ratio as well... Might relocate it.

I'm a fan of function but form as well. The engine is the best part of this car, so I want it to look outstanding.. !

Anyway, I'll post some more pics of the car in action once I've finished running it in.....(1,000 km of pure torture, as I won't be able to open it up!!!) After that it'll need to be remapped again (Freedom ECU), then I can make it sing!

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08-23-2005, 01:15 PM
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Looks incredible, Miguel!

If you need someone to help you run them 1000 kms, call me. Wink Wave

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08-23-2005, 01:59 PM
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Techno Pro Spirits 4AGE Engine Build. It's finally READY!!!
Welcome! Wave
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Miguel - Newera Wrote:Only 9% of the US Population have a passport.... Most therefore have very little idea about what goes on outside of the States, I guess.
Even less Japanese have a passport, but they appear to be even more clueless from time to time. Wink

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08-23-2005, 02:52 PM
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Hey Miquel,

looks sweet enough to me. Thumbs up!

few questions for you:

1. did pro spirit reveal to you what cam durations and lift the engine is running ?

2. Did they use different fuel injectors - if so what ?

3. I too run Freedom ECU on my car - I have no interface cable or mapping software for it and it seriously needs a re-map. You have any contacts ?

enjoy it m8 - or at least in 1000miles enjoy it.

Regards Ian.
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08-23-2005, 03:52 PM
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The head's been reworked fairly seriously, with 2 angle cuts on the exhaust valves, 3 angle on the inlets. Lots of experienced gas flowing going on there too..!

The cams are Toda Racing with 11mm lift and 304 Degrees of rotation each. They'd wanted to use TRD cams of much the same profile, but TRD have stopped making them, which is understandable considering how long the engine's been out of production now!

The mapping's done by TPS, but all the software is in Japanese anyways...It's unlikely you can map it, even if you get the Jap software.

I'd suggest changing the ECU for an Apexi PFC or something else that you can remap (£545 through Newera Parts.com) As a guide, the biggest differences to power are given not only by breathing, but also from higher compression. 11.5 : 1 is the ratio my engine will run. More bang per stroke...

I believe they may have uprated the injectors too, but I don't know to what spec.

If you're thinking of some serious tuning, you can do this in the UK with a full 200 bhp kit available from Toda Racing (Again, http://www.neweraparts.com can supply this, at lower prices than available from their UK distributor).

May be worth double checking to make sure you do have an AE92 engine, as this would be essential to allow high power tuning...

On the AE92 head, on the inlet side - there's 3 lines cast between each strengthening rib. On the AE86 standard head there isn't.

An AE92 engine has greater internal strength and a more "tunable head".
You would also need some AE101 con rods (Balanced!) and AE101 crank too, to be able to run to 9,000 rpm in addition to the Toda Racing kit...

Reason I mention the Toda Racing kit is that it comes with a mapped ECU too...For Jap fuel, but being an N/A Engine, you should be OK on 98 RON with Japanese mapping, although it's best to map for UK fuel, hence an Apexi PFC may be best.

As a final note, the throttle bodies that come with the Toda Racing kit are really for race use... Their design works very well for high engine speeds, but at idle as the injectors are close to the edge of the bell mouths, fuel dribbles out. Not ideal for a road car and possibly an MOT failure... Hence the reason why AE101 throttle bodies are favoured for tuned AE92 lumps.

I've probably given an info overload here, but hopefully it's of some help.
I'd love to see some properly tuned 'Rollas in the UK too!

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08-23-2005, 03:56 PM
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banpei Wrote:Welcome! Wave
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Miguel - Newera Wrote:Only 9% of the US Population have a passport.... Most therefore have very little idea about what goes on outside of the States, I guess.
Even less Japanese have a passport, but they appear to be even more clueless from time to time. Wink

Yeah, but the Japanese are just so much more humble.... :wink: :wink:

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08-23-2005, 04:40 PM
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Miguel - Newera Wrote:Yeah, but the Japanese are just so much more humble.... :wink: :wink:
Atleast they make apologies when they make a mistake. Big Grin

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