1UZ TT MK3 from Germany Dyno

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  1. Speeedy

    Speeedy New Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I'm Alex from germany and I have built a MK3 with 1UZ twin turbo.
    Last weekend I was on a DynoJet first time and I want to show you my results if you are interested.

    In advance here some specs:
    (At this point many thanks David (Lextreme) for your help and support!!!)

    - 1UZ with Ross Pistons (ceramic and teflon coated) Lextreme
    - H-Beam rods with L19 ARP Bolts (Lextreme)
    - ARP Head- and Main Stuts (Lextreme)
    - ACL Bearings (Lextreme)
    - Stock Heads and Intake (except valve springs; 2JZ-GTE valve springs)
    - 550cc RC Injectors
    - Stock fuel rail
    - Fuelab FPR
    - TIAL 50mm BOV
    - Custom Manifolds (mild steel) T28
    - 2x GT2871R turbos (int. Wastegate)
    - Custom Turboback Exhaust (3,5")
    - R154 Tranny with 1UZ Bellhousing and custom adapter
    - 2JZ-GTE HKS Twin-Plate Clutch (custom hub that fit the R154 input shaft, 1UZ starter ring)
    - Fuidyne radiator
    - Custom Intercooler (Bell Intercooler Core 27.5"x12"x4.5")
    - AEM EMS (Universal)
    - MSD Blaster SS Coils (8207)
    - M&W CDI


    There are two runs. The first run is with 0.9 bar of boost. The second with 1.2 bar.
    Fuel: 100 octan (ROZ), I think it's like your 94 octan in the USA ((ROZ+MOZ)/2).

    @0.9 bar: 483 whp @ 5.3k rpm; 704Nm @ 4k rpm
    @1.2 bar: 515 whp @ 6.2K rpm; 800Nm @ 4.2k rpm

    I had problems with knock between 4.2k and 5.8k in the second run with 1.2 bar. But I'm not sure if it was really knock. I run the engine very rich (10-10.5 AFR) so it could be that it was rich knock. I can add a picture of the AEM log if you are interested.
    Because of knock retard (8°) the result isn't what it should be. Theoretically I should see 550whp @ 5.3k @ 1.2bar without knock.

    If somebody is interested in the DynoJet file (you can open it with WinPEP7) I can send it via email...

    I think (or hope ;) ) with some fine tuning and with a leaner AFR there are some hidden hp.
    Maybe we can discuss my ignition map, too. (I'm very interested in your IGN Maps! ;) )

    Next year we should see some higher numbers after I upgraded the fuel system and can turn up the boost. Then with E85...

    Reviews, objections and suggestions are welcome!

    Alex
     

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  2. cribbj

    cribbj "Supra" Moderator Staff Member

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    Alex, welcome to Lextreme and congratulations on some impressive engine work!

    What's the story with that first photo? It was posted in the past by another member named Jibbby.
     
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    Sorry guys,

    but there is something strange with that first picture. :eek:
    I never add it to my post. Very strange! Is it possible to clear that picture?

    But many thanks cribbj!


     
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    Lextreme Just call me "Lex"

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    WOW impressive and thanks for the props.. Those are great street numbers. Drooling.....

    Now why Jibbby in this thread? :)
     
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    Hey David,

    no problem. This forum inspired me to do that 1UZ TT swap instead of a 2JZ-GTE. And you, David, were the first person I asked for help and I got the address of Gazi Ali and the story goes on.
    It was a long long way and a lot of work but today I'm very happy that I did it. ;) I love this low end torque monster!

    Is there somebody who can tell me how much torque can handle the R154 tranny?
     
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    Lextreme Just call me "Lex"

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    Man your setup is beautiful.... Congrats and enjoy... and much thanks for keeping us posted...
     
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    sniper Super Moderator

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    Fantastic craftsmanship, any photos of the build?
     
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    Many thanks gentry!

    Should I open a new thread to show the build up? If yes where?
    Maybe here: Swap Projects/Worklogs/Diary ??
     
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    Oh, I think this would be the correct place to open a new thread:
    V8 Supra Swap ;)
     
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    Speeedy great work! Welcome to the forum and I love your numbers. Looks like Lextreme hooked you up well, and you put it together well. Lets see a video....:)

    Ryan
     
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    Hey Ryan,
    many thanks!
    I only have a video of the dyno at the moment. I have to cut it and then I will upload it. I let you know...

    Alex
     
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    sniper Super Moderator

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    Yes, please do open a thread there and share your project, I'm sure many members would love seeing the work that went into this fantastic build :D
     
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    ...nice numbers and build !
    Good to see that with upgraded springs 7000+ rpm is possible...
    Stock cams seem to perform until 4500 rpm (as in other boosted 1UZ graphs) and somehow 550 rwhp (given the % lost in the gearing) is a max value.
    More info please....:D
     
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    Lextreme Just call me "Lex"

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    That is one monster from Germany! 515 rwhp is a beast......
     
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    ...care to share your ignition map ?....we are using the AEM aswell...
     
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    yeah, no problem. Maybe via email? I'm very interested! ;)

    Alex
     
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    ...why not post it here...i am sure many in this community can benefit from it...We havent got our final ignition map ready, just on the safe side until I did the running in...
    Screenshots will also do...

    Thx !
     
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    ok, you are right. I will post it in the forum. But is this thread the right one? Shouldn't we open a new one where we all can post our maps, so everyone who is interested can find them? My map is still a startup, too. I think there is some potential. ;)

    Alex
     
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    cribbj "Supra" Moderator Staff Member

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    Here's a good place to put maps: http://www.lextreme.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=54

    When you post up a map, please include the following data:

    Engine:

    Injector Size:

    Fuel (pump or race gas?):

    Cams (Stock or ??):

    NA / Turbo / Supercharged:


    I also have some AEM mapping for the 1UZ that I need to post up.
     
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    Great setup.

    Do you have any boost vs revs dyno plots?
    Send me a pm and we can exchange emails if its any easier.
     

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