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Jam Racing Glanza Specs

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you guys might have seen the vid in the news blog of the Jam GLanza vs Boss evo. its in the side bar of the blog.

ive been watching it a bit recently and im amazed at this car. its cracked a 1.02 around Tsukuba

now i have a cusin that stays in osaka. and he has agreed to decipher the text, and dialect.

he sent me this email of the spec from in the video here

JAM RACING STARLET

Engine ______1500 complete

Highcam ____Jam

Turbine______Normal CT9( High-flow )

Intercooler __Jam front-mount kit

Mission______Normal

Clutch ______AP twin

LSD ________TRD 15WAY

Final 4.3

Damper___TRD

Spring_____TRD Front: 14kg Rear: 12kg

Brake_____Front: WILWOOD 4POT

Pad Front: WILWOOD Rear: JamRC

WILWOOD Brake balancer

Tyre______YH A048

 

F225/ 45R16 R215 / 50R16

Car Weight______848kg

   

Horse power______250

now with that same power and setup it did a 1.02.886 seconds around Japans Tsukuba circuit.

food for thought here are some times of stock cars for comparision. it would put it next to this little lot

Nismo Skyline GT-R Z Tune 1 min 01.150 secs

Ferrari 360 Challenge Stra' 1 min 02.440 secs

Jam Glanza 5e hybrid ct9 1 min 0.2.886 secs ukstarblack.png

Lamborghini Gallardo 1 min 03.605 secs

Honda NSX-R 1 min 03.920 secs

McLaren F1 1 min 04.620 secs

Porsche 997 Turbo 1 min 04.730 secs

Murcielago 1 min 04.760 secs

Z-Tune 1 min 05.100 secs*(diff day diff driver)

EVO IX RS 1 min 05.528 secs

997 Carrera 4 1 min 05.980 secs

Corvette Z06 1 min 06.020 secs

Lancer Evo IX 1 min 06.060 secs

NA1 NSX-R 1 min 06.198 secs

Nismo GT-R S Tune 1 min 06.232 secs (340 bhp)

Ferrari F40 1 min 06.460 secs

WRX STI SPEC-C 1 min 06.651 secs ( Current STI)

NA1 NSX-R 1 min 06.80 secs (same race as F40)

BMW M5 1 min 06.560 secs

STI S204 1 min 06.800 secs

BMW M6 1 min 07.434 secs

350Z S Version 1 min 08.110 secs

BMW M3 1 min 08.200 secs

Audi RS4 1 min 08.368 secs

Supra Euro Version 330 bhp 1 min 08.460 secs

Mazda RX-7 1 min 08.70 secs

RX-8 A Spec 1 min 09.430 secs

Nissan 300ZX 1 min 10.70 secs

clicks of when it did that time are here.

ive watched that vid loads of times and looked at the revcounter, and it looks like an amazing low lag track setup.

in that tune hes getting 250brake from a high flow ct9 + 5e combo but the delivery of power looks so smooth

does anyone know of the engine specifics of whats actualy in a jam engine. or more interestingly the specs of the cams they put in this 5e.

or more importantly the spec of the hi flow turbo? it uses a jam actuater??

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I've got a few specs of it.. I'll put em up when I get home later.. It does run a jam actuator :thumbsup:

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that

is

sick!

i never would ave thought it was running a ct9 !!

anybody an idea how much boost it was running on? as known a ct9 runs out of air above 1 bar..

highflow ct9? other word for hybrid?

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I'm interested to know what sort of management it uses, I'm guessing a JAM ECU but mapped to that setup?

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shame they didnt race (evo vs JAM) sounds like the jam glanza had troubles with the brake cylinder master?? and from the look of the brake pedel he almost had no brakes lol!

either way that jam glanza is pretty mental, i'm sure the hybrid turbo has been worked almost to the max of the ct9 housing. so quite a big comp blade and perhaps a 360 trust bearing?

i'm sure you know marks glanza (www.glanza.co.uk) well he sold it onto my mate, and that seems to have quite alot of jam items and hks so can only imagine that the person who built the car in japan had influence from the jam beast. he has some high lift hks cams running is his but i'm sure jam would have put in some high lift variations of there own so the turbo doesnt spool so silly hard and die out perhaps shifting the delivery to around 4k full boost?

also the ecu my friends car is running is a custom mapped original ecu... so the stock 4efte has been chipped in japan (possible by jam) so again i'm sure jam had there own ecu in but mapped alot more aggressively then any other 'stock' jam ecu.

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Mad Car. Mad Spec.

Though if its a 5e, isn't it a 1497cc?

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Well hybrid lol, but I'd bet that's on special juice aswell..

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Hmm seems like it's gone few a few phases.. I have the specs when it was a 4e. Basically the same as above bar the engine..., but it was a ct9 @ 1.0 bar and it was 190 PS...

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yea i have starlet bible at home but its all in squigly writing.

highflow ct9? other word for hybrid?

i hi flow turbo is differnt to a hybrid in that only the waistgate gets board and compressor wheel modified to flow more air.

thats a hi flow turbo

a hybrid in the true sense of the word is when you start using different compreessor - turbine,shaft wheel combinations.

im thinking is this figure is possible on a hi flow turbo(like the gt spec) i wander what a td12 would be like on a 5e like that!

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Thats some starlet, one can but dream.

One way to find out Geo, do it :thumbsup:

Mark

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yea i have starlet bible at home but its all in squigly writing.

i hi flow turbo is differnt to a hybrid in that only the waistgate gets board and compressor wheel modified to flow more air.

thats a hi flow turbo

a hybrid in the true sense of the word is when you start using different compreessor - turbine,shaft wheel combinations.

im thinking is this figure is possible on a hi flow turbo(like the gt spec) i wander what a td12 would be like on a 5e like that!

thanks for clearing that up, keep learning things every day :thumbsup:

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Rob is right about the Jam Glanza going through different phases. Also when it had the 4E in it, it recorded a 1'04".865 round Tsukuba. Still awesome. It's definitely my favourite Starlet ever made, does anyone know what has happened to it? Do Jam still own it or sold it on?

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In my bordem today and interest in Jam cars I did some trawling of the archived files from the Jam site and came accross a whole host of stuff I never knew about them..... unfortunatly there site becomes unaccessable after Oct 04 due to a formatting issue i think, which is when pics of the 5e Glanza start appearing....there is a whole host of stuff hidden in the past of there website from magazine articles to them working on customers cars passed a good few hours it did....if i get chance ill bang it all together in a post.....but for now i did manage to pull this off though when it was 4e spec straight from the jam site when it was actually for sale

JAM RACING WORKSCARS

FOR SALE!!

For next term opening departure 輌 purchase, it cries, it cries, you release.

2,700,000 Yen in price

EP91 turbo

At 1999 Tsukuba circuit marking 1 minute 4 seconds 867

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Engine itself

4E−FTE base

Forging piston original lightweight [baruburihuta] piston and connecting rod balance taking

Deviation prevention process blow-by gas prevention processing inside oil pan

Turbine air cooled conversion processing

Trust 10 step oil cooler kit

JAM original preface [intakurakitsuto]

Blow off valve less

NGK plug cord

NGK racing 8th plug

The control with JAM original CPU

Turbine

Genuine reforming high flow

Strengthening actuator

[torasutopurohuetsuku] B specifications installation

Exhaust type

JAM original catalyst extension

JAM original TYPE2 muffler

Drive system

Mission itself normal

Only final 4.058

AP racing twin plate clutch

TRD mechanical cable type 1.5WAY LSD

Brake

Front carry per Will Wood 4POT carry per

4POT private brake pad

Rear JAM original type RC brake pad

AP racing adjustment type proportioning valve

APP stain mesh brake line

Suspension bushes

Front

The Cuzco camber adjustment type pyro upper mount

Height pitch for TRD race/lace

Series-wound coming spring 14K for TRD race/lace

Rear

TRD strengthening upper mount

Height pitch for TRD race/lace

Series-wound coming spring 12K for TRD race/lace

TRD suspension bush

TRD strengthening engine mount

JAM original pyro lateral rod

Interior

[buritsudojigu] you [hurubatsuketoshito]

3 inch [uiranzu] 4Ã?4 seat belts

[kusukokuromoriroruba] 7 point system

Trust 60φ boost gage oil temperature gauge

Crazy shit....it advertised on there site for a good year or so but im unsure if its actually this car that they 5e'd

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Thats a sick spec, JAM muffle never knew they did an exhaust system

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Also some info on their engine specs when buying one, im guessing there own cars ran similar specs

○ complete engine

[huruhuro] processed forging piston

Piston and connecting rod weight adjusting

Original lightweight [baruburihuta]

Oil deviation prevention processing inside [oirupan]

Turbine air cooled conversion processed thermo- housing

○ price (normal trade-in)

EP91: 280,000 Yen

EP82: 350,000 Yen

○ high cam specification price (normal trade-in)

EP91: 360,000 Yen

EP82: 430,000 Yen

Engine itself EP82

EP91 350.000 Circle

280.000 Circle

Engine removal and re-installation payment 50.000 Circle

Supplemental devices removal and re-installation payments 30.000 Circle

Motor oil BP20W-60 12.000 Circle

Plug NGK racing 9.600 Circle

Coolant Third SCC 2.000 Circle

Oil element 1.000 Circle

When it cannot take in trade the engine, 80.000 Circle

High cam KIT IN EX250°-8.5o lift 80.000 Circle 15.000 Circle

TRD strengthening engine mount set 25.500 Circle

Catalyst extension 38.000 Circle

[buritsutsu] K1-200V turbine 168.000 Circle

Strengthening fuel pump 22.300 Circle

Adjustment type [huyu] - l regulator KIT 22.000 Circle

76.5℃ low temperature thermostat 2.000 Circle

Original computer As for normal trade-in 125.000 Circle

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ah it mentions k1-200v turbine... so the high flow ct9 must be running one of blitz's turbine wheels making it it's hybrid variation or it's just running a blitz k1 which would make more sence :lol:

some crazy shiz those japs and some of the parts going in to those engines are mint! wish i had such a spec'd glanza <_<

edit: Also done some digging and according to the Aus site Toby (toytuning) ran a blitz k1 and made '202@ wheels with the pfc f-con, all at 1.3 bar'

so with a bit of a push and the 5e, high lift cams etc 250bhp i think is toatly achievable :blink:

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it ran a blitz k1-200v with jam actuater, its the same turbo that david is selling in the for sale section

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ive found a 5e block and im trying to replicate the jam engine but with the use of a td12, it would be mint to know the lift and duration on the 250ps 5e.

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This is fewkin amazing!! i remember watching this vid aaages ago thanks for ressurecting it! its one of them vids where you watch and think I WANT THAT!!! this guy and his brother i think do a series where they boot loads of tuned car down windy jap roads...ne one kno what its called?!

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ive found a 5e block and im trying to replicate the jam engine but with the use of a td12, it would be mint to know the lift and duration on the 250ps 5e.

I know nothing about cams but does this mean anything

High cam KIT IN EX250°-8.5o lift

from the above spec when JAM built customers engines?

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yea those are some specs, but those cam specs are pretty mild

with 250 duration and 8.5 mil lift, speedvison is 260 iirc with 8mil lift

id imagine the 250ps glanza had some where between 272 -282 with 8.5 plus lift on inlet and outlet but cant find the magical specs anywere

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