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Has anyone here built a 10,000-11,000 rpm 4e-fte? Or do I have to be the first that is going to build one?

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I’m fitting titanium pauter rods. Custom ti valves and springs. Custom dry sump. I’m running a Garrett gtx2860r gen 2 turbo atm. I’ll change and make tweaks as I go. I’ll changed the cans if needed after testing

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you going to have to get a custom cradele made to hold the crank in place or she will walk out of the block 

instead of 5 caps holding the crank 1 solid custom machined unit to keep her tight  youd be max porting the head  for sure 

 

plenty more that needs doing  tbf 

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Yeah I’ll build it no mater what it takes.  Why do I want that high rpm. For a wider power band and that sound. Nothing beats that sound

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On 12/03/2018, 4:35:57, Calum122 said:

Tidy, why do you need the high RPMs?

Is there any power to make it in that region?

 

On 12/03/2018, 4:35:57, Calum122 said:

Tidy, why do you need the high RPMs?

Is there any power to make it in that region?

Well there is if I build it right. 

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On 12/03/2018, 15:50:56, ChaseWheatley said:

I’m fitting titanium pauter rods. Custom ti valves and springs. Custom dry sump. I’m running a Garrett gtx2860r gen 2 turbo atm. I’ll change and make tweaks as I go. I’ll changed the cans if needed after testing

Interesting! How far along in the build are you? 

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On 3/12/2018, 3:50:56, ChaseWheatley said:

I’m fitting titanium pauter rods. Custom ti valves and springs. Custom dry sump. I’m running a Garrett gtx2860r gen 2 turbo atm. I’ll change and make tweaks as I go. I’ll changed the cans if needed after testing

That setup won't make any power beyond 6500rpm. 

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On 06/05/2018, 21:52:11, AdamB said:

That setup won't make any power beyond 6500rpm. 

Yeah Adam knows because he had a 20,000rpm starlet...

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1 hour ago, Patches said:

Yeah Adam knows because he had a 20,000rpm starlet...

Sure it was a shell that remained a shell 

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7 hours ago, daniel_g said:

 

Sure it was a shell that remained a shell 

It was the best high power starlet build I ever almost seen

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Good luck if you plan on using the stock main caps. 

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On 07/05/2018, 6:52:11, AdamB said:

That setup won't make any power beyond 6500rpm. 

Lol that is the most accurate comment I have see. Some things will be different to what u have said above.

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On 09/05/2018, 7:21:27, H_D said:

Good luck if you plan on using the stock main caps. 

I’m having custom ones made my friend and a one off forged crank.  But I may not use ti rods but a light rotating mass would be better just shitty about the ti fatigue life

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On 05/06/2018, 8:48:30, akyakapotter said:

Custom mains and crank that's gonna cost £££s good investment imo 

Cheers nick. 

Yeah I already go a quote. I could buy a full turbo kit for the same price

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On 05/06/2018, 8:48:30, akyakapotter said:

Custom mains and crank that's gonna cost £££s good investment imo 

Cheers nick. 

Or a car actually 

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Custom crank for the price of a turbo kit sounds cheap to me! Who’s doing the work?

You can already buy billet caps off the shelf in America. 

What ecu are you planning to use that can cleanly trigger to 11,000-11,500 rpm?

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On 09/06/2018, 10:01:09, RobSR said:

Custom crank for the price of a turbo kit sounds cheap to me! Who’s doing the work?

You can already buy billet caps off the shelf in America. 

What ecu are you planning to use that can cleanly trigger to 11,000-11,500 rpm?

And engineering company in NZ. 

I know I can but I might as well just get it all made at the one place. 

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