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Thread: My SR20VE/32V Build. Pictures, Part Numbers and Practical advise .

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    1.2mm SR20 head gasket volume = 6.965cc (0.425 cu inch)
    Deck clearance volume(stock value) = 0.737cc (0.045 cu inch)
    SR Deck Height = 211.3mm

    SR16VE piston crown volume = 9.6cc (0.586 cu inch)
    SR16VE N1 piston crown volume = 7.5cc (0.457 cu inch)
    SR16VE piston crown volume = 9.6cc (0.586 cu inch)
    SR20VE piston crown volume = -4.6cc (-0.281 cu inch)
    SR20VE 20V piston crown volume = -2.4cc (-0.146 cu inch)

    SR16/20VE (inc. 20V) combustion chamber volume = 41.8cc (2.55 cu inch)
    SR16VE N1 combustion chamber volume = 37.4cc (2.28 cu inch)


    Connecting Rod Weights

    OEM:
    SR20DET - 621g (772g 19mm GTiR Rods)
    RR20DE - 637g
    SR16VE - 624g
    SR20VE - 637g

    Aftermarket:
    Eagle - 530g
    Tomei - 560g
    Manley H-Beam - 512g
    Manley I-Beam - 574g
    Carillo Pro A-Beam - 511g
    Brian Crower BC625+ - 580g
    Brian Crower Sportsman - 579g
    Brian Crower I-Beam - 587g

    Crankshaft Weights



    SR20VE 4CW - 14.3 Kg
    SR20VE 20V - 17.2 Kg
    SR20DE 8CW - 17.2 Kg
    SR20DET RWD - 17.2 Kg
    SR20DET FWD - 17.1 Kg

    Piston Weights

    OEM:
    SR16VE - 331g
    SR16VE.N1 - 341g
    SR20DE - 410g
    SR20DET - 480g

    Aftermarket:
    CP 90mm - 338g

    Misc:
    OEM Pins & Clips - 100g

    FLYWHEELS.
    N14/15-8.4KG
    SR16VE-6.8KG
    FIDANZA- 143621-4.6KG
    143201-4.5KG
    PAR- 4KG
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    some photo's of the gato going on.



    needed some arp bolts to fit it



    cut to cut some to fit around the brake booster

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    iacv mounted to the underside



    had to make up a spacer for the t/b to open fully



    all fitted...

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    After fitting it up, it wouldn't fire up. Freighted the car back to the tuners, and had the haltec fitted, and it finally fired up. At Chequered Tuning, and trent spent all day tuning and playing with the cam gears again, but the final results were no better than before (other than the sound) . with the shorter runners, the low down torque and hp was lower til 6k, without the hp being any better up high.



    both the max torque and max hp rpm point was raised as the result ( i figure ) of the shorter runner manifold, however its a bit of a no tuning back point from there. if you are going to sacrifice a lot down low, big cams and lower final drive are gunna be needed to make use of the higher flowing manifold.

    time for a few more mods to suit...
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    Courtesy of Brendan Parker (again) and Kiel @ Kelford cams has come some more upgrades.







    fully ported head with +1 intake and exhaust valves, new guides,springs and retainers. 295cfm @ .550 lift
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    Shouldve bought the house instead man ! (seriously though, holy crap!!)

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    Very very nice.
    Custom engine harness to ecu?
    Can you just get a threaded type intake temp sensor and hook it up before the T/B?

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    ****'s serious down in the Griff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leroy Peterson View Post
    Very very nice.
    Custom engine harness to ecu?
    Can you just get a threaded type intake temp sensor and hook it up before the T/B?
    using a gtir harness for the haltec. tuner wants the air intake temp sensor in the plenum, so its easy enough to mount it there. got one from haltec to suit.

    cozzmo and friends tell me to run the smallest yet hard (so it doesn't pinch/crimp) vacuum line back to the ecu for the map tuning. this will mount into the plenum as well.
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    Let us know what sort hose/line you use. I only hooked up a standard 4mm hose to suit the vacc ports at both ends, upgrading it would be a good idea

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    To compliment the new head, i have this time gone with a slightly smaller runnered gato intake, with a slightly higher fall into the head. purpose built for rhd applications



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    also have bruce @ protech knock me up some new headers. tri-step this time ( 1 3/4 - 1 7/8 - 2") over the same 23" primary length with the same 2 1/4 choke point.

    great quote to remember " if you dont change the stroke (engine) you dont change the choke (header choke diameter)" 2 1/4 is it! for the sr20.

    i recently put these headers on, after matching the ports to my new head. i think i may have lost a little down low again doing this, but confident the new setup will produce the top end i want






    they still have ok clearance for a 4-1 header too

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    Spring Pressure Talk To Make Life Easy
    N1 SR16VE
    Closed = 45 lb
    Open = 150 lb
    P11 SR20VE
    Closed = 64 lb
    Open = 145 lb
    P12 20V
    Closed = 47 lb
    Open = 158 lb
    P12 20V with P11 inner springs
    Closed = 65 lb
    Open = 200 lb
    Supertech SPRK-2035-2022
    Closed = 93 lb
    Open = 187 lb
    Supertech SPRK-H1022D-VE
    Closed = 123 lb
    Open = 238 lb
    Supertech SPR-H1021D-VE ( way to stiff for everything don't buy )
    Closed = 138 lb
    Open = 270 lb
    Brian Crower BC0240 kit with retainers ( just springs BC1030 )
    Closed = 90 lb
    Open = 220 lb

    Kelford KVS10 SR20VE VALVE SPRING SET
    85lb seat pressure at 37.00mm installed height. Coil bind is at 20.00mm

    Kelford KVS10-BT SR20VE VALVE SPRING & TI RETAINER SET
    95lb seat pressure, 15.00mm Maximum lift.
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    decided to try a 184c intake / n1 exhaust setup for the new head. these will be both custom shimmed and degreed to my specs. more about this later. this is a second one..



    after the first try didnt quite make it ( in one piece )

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    So many images I always just host locally or use something like imgur which has no interest in retaining your photos, purely designed for things to be shared...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mezje View Post
    So many images I always just host locally or use something like imgur which has no interest in retaining your photos, purely designed for things to be shared...
    its only recently the forum has allowed photo's straight from the members records,before you needed a photo publisher of some sort.

    i have full intent to replace the photo's. got a new imgur account. the pga mods just have to increase my quota (whatever that means!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sss4me View Post
    its only recently the forum has allowed photo's straight from the members records,before you needed a photo publisher of some sort.

    i have full intent to replace the photo's. got a new imgur account. the pga mods just have to increase my quota (whatever that means!)
    You're using up all the storage mmmmk

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    mazworx head hardware kit fitted last week.

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    Nearly 5 years after it started, it has finally finished. After an eternity, the new head and intake was fitted, and the new n1 exhaust cam to compliment the 184c intake. The head was properly shimmed, which proved somewhat difficult when the exhaust shims needed were all bigger than 3.25mm, and degreed properly to 104 centreline on the intake (which was actually -6 on the cam gears), and 0 on the exhaust.





    Ingrams also helped out with a bigger battery and a custom stand that doesn't get in the way of the fuse box or the intake.



    New intake pipe finished to new setup, with the intake now running down into the lower front bumper



    Shortly after it was fired up, it encountered a cooling issue, so a new 26mm natrad radiator was put in

    Then the trip back to Chequered Tuning, and Trent again weaved his magic on the haltech. Shortly into the tune, he smiled and asked " whats the new redline gunna be, its still making power up there" , so we dialed in 9k as the new ceiling. No more restrictions were found, and really good power was made right up to the redline and beyond. A very high 6800 cam switch point was needed to keep the curve right, and trent ended up at +4 on the kelford intake (100 centreline) and zero on the n1 exhaust (110 centreline).

    It ended up @ 148.8kw, but more importantly is making most of the power and torque up high now, which was the wish after the 4.78 final drive was put in.



    here's some video's of a couple of runs. i suggest you turn up the volume

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBG9ez0L7rY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnvy1MjsoUI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUGFnVwsr9k
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