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 Post subject: Citroen C2 Code vts 1.6cc
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:47 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Citroen C2 Code vts 1.6cc
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:17 pm 
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Thought the pipes from the pulsoids were going on for ages until I saw the other pictures. :yes:

One thing though, I'd get a couple of grommets for the holes in the skuttle like you've done with the main fuel feed as the pipes may chafe through vibrations when the engine is running and/or going through the gears.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 6:15 pm 
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nice, love the c2 code. is the engine standard or have you high lift cams aswell

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:33 pm 
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nice, love the c2 code. is the engine standard or have you high lift cams as well
Hi Sam I watched your video against the 450 bhp skyline, Nice :yes:
I'm running standard everything just the 25 shot I only bought the car a couple of months ago. I no its the vts 125 hp engine but I have no clue to what hp the engine will take before it goes bang so I'm taking it slowly. I did look at a high lift cam kit but wasn't so keen on having a lumpy idle. I kinda like the idea of having a stock setup and flicking a switch for those special occasions. I've been really surprised at how well the won kit has worked with just a 25hp setup, I have plans for more, may go the cam route but only when I have the money to do the lot, cams, exhaust, head etc to get the most out of em.

I'd love to hear your penny's worth on what you think would be a good setup if you have the time.

What 1/4 mile times are you running now?


One thing though, I'd get a couple of grommets for the holes in the skuttle like you've done with the main fuel feed as the pipes may chafe through vibrations when the engine is running.

Thanks for the concern but the pipes are running through washer hose to protect them from the chaffing and the holes were filed smooth and then sanded.
So no chance of damage to the pipe :yes:


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:36 pm 
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All looks fine except I'd add some protection for the pipes as they come through the metal bulkhead.

Either grommets or some rubber tube sleeving.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:51 pm 
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We must have been writing at the same time Trev :lol:
I was just explaining that the pipes run through some see through washer hose and holes were filed and sanded smooth. The reason I didn't use grommets in those positions is because I wanted the pipe to sit naturally at an angle.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:11 am 
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would it be worth swapping the solenoids round so the fuel line is shorter than the nitrous line going to the crossfire nozzle


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:25 am 
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I cut both the fuel and no2 lines the same length 10" in the hope that both fuel and no2 get to the crossfire nozzle equally when first injected, I'm not getting any problems so please elaborate.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:35 am 
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the way i understand it is nitrous is at between 600psi -1000psi where as your fuel is at about 50psi so the nitrous will travle further in the same amount of time as the fuel so the nitrous will hit the crossfire first followed by the fuel

let trev confirm if im correct of not but im pretty sure its right hence having the nitrous only delay on the max extreme controllers


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I see what your saying and I might be wrong but the distance travelled is so short that I think we'd be talking milliseconds with regards to the time the engine could be running lean. I don't think it would be a concern unless I was running a high power setup.

Thanks though, :yes: I'd like to no for sure if you read this Trev.

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r6_yamaha wrote:
I see what your saying and I might be wrong but the distance travelled is so short that I think we'd be talking milliseconds with regards to the time the engine could be running lean. I don't think it would be a concern unless I was running a high power setup.

Thanks though, :yes: I'd like to no for sure if you read this Trev.

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