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Thread: Vec B GSI 3.2 272.8 bhp

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    Default Vec B GSI 3.2 272.8 bhp

    Well finished the conversion and went to Ric Woods stockport yesterday for the live re map, spec 3.2 using the 3.2 plenum, converted fly by wire TB to cable, lightend flywheel, Piper cone, Dastec ECU and tubular manifolds. Cant believe how well it pulls goes like a bullet.

    This is the thread in VVOC
    http://www.vvoc.com/forum/showthread.php?t=285412

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    Thats cracking news mate, well done

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    brilliant mate good output there

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    Spot on! Would love some tubular manifolds!

    (I bet the vxr's are still quicker )
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    Spot on! Would love some tubular manifolds!

    (I bet the vxr's are still quicker )
    Some time ago I checked in the TV mag and the 3.2 quoted 0 to 60 7secs, VXR 6.5 so I think I would give a VXR a good run for the money. Would like to do a 1/4 mile race with a VXR just out of interest, naturally on a race track.

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    What are the respective curb weights? I'd imagine you'd have a good advantage on that front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveymoll View Post
    Some time ago I checked in the TV mag and the 3.2 quoted 0 to 60 7secs, VXR 6.5 so I think I would give a VXR a good run for the money. Would like to do a 1/4 mile race with a VXR just out of interest, naturally on a race track.

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    Naturally (although i was just poking a bit of fun at a few members )
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    What are the respective curb weights? I'd imagine you'd have a good advantage on that front.
    Not sure, but will find out, as you say I suppose the B has the advantage

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    Cracking results Davy bud, read the thread on vvoc and my first thought was ****** hell i wont be able to keep up with him in that lol.

    Anyway you can now get the torque figures up? Are you getting the power down ok?

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    Speaking to a good contact, I was informed that this engine is very tuneable with enough money, plus there is not a supercharger kit available!
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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