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Previously josh4444

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so i have a 1100 3 year old motor and want more power.. but cheep
what could i get away with on the stock block,rods,pistons,crank,head
only things ive changed are the cam to a mild street and a DGV 32/36 i can get the cam specks it u guys like to help tell me if its use full on a turbo?

im thinking draw throw? would i have to change the DGV?
i don't really know carp about turbos and that i just want cheep thrills for now im not worried about it going bang.. i have more 998s and 1100s..


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This is a common fit in small bore turbos

http://www.kentcams.com/product-details/17.../500-Mild-Road/

Engine will be fine as long as CR is 9:1 or lower.

Personally, i'd go blow through. Internals should be good for 120bhp, but you'll need a decent diff.

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On 2nd Jan, 2013 fastcarl said:

the design shows a distinct lack of imagination,
talk about starting off with a clean sheet of paper, then not bothering to fucking draw on it,lol

On 20th Apr, 2012 Paul S said:
I'm mainly concerned about swirl in the runners caused by the tangential entry.


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wasnt the 1100 engine around 8.3:1 cr standard? or 8.8:1?

one day boost will be mine!

On 10th Mar, 2012 Joe C said:
TBH peple stick it everywhere... and theres merits to each...


Turbo This..

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Previously josh4444

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Sounds good the gear box needs to come out for new bearings any way I found some barring cage stuck to the sump plug! what should I expect from it?
What's a common turbo to use for my application?
can a webber do draw thro ?


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Turbo wise, I guess it wouldn't be of much help recommending the one of a Renault 5 GT turbo (wich is a Garrett T2) or anything from a 100hp turbo diesel car ...

Look out for turbos form similar capacity petrol engines or identical target output diesel cars, something in the 120 hp range maybe ?

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On 23rd Jun, 2008 paul wiginton said:

They said "That sounds rough mate." I said "Cheers it cost me a fortune to make it sound like that!"


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Ho and you can convert any HiF44 to turbo spec, there is a a guide here somewhere

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On 23rd Jun, 2008 paul wiginton said:

They said "That sounds rough mate." I said "Cheers it cost me a fortune to make it sound like that!"


Turbo This..

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Is it posable to use my 32/36 progressive down droughft webber? On a draw throw set up With out mods to the carb it's self if I can I only want to buy minamal parts


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For blow through, without building a box to pressurise the carb from the turbo, then no, as the turbo pressure will prevent the fuel being drawn into the airstream, as a guide fuel pressure should be about 3.5/4psi higher than boost pressure. You'd be better off selling the weber and buying a HIF44 turbo carb, job done!

Unless you really want a suck through setup, which you could use the weber for, it wouldn't be amazingly economical, pretty limited and i 'think' you're going to need a specific type of turbo, again not ideal if you have to try and find one.

It would be far easier and probably cheaper to get a hif44 converted from n/a or the metro turbo hif44.

Edited by Carlzilla on 30th Nov, 2011.

On 26th Jan, 2012 Tom Fenton said:
ring problems are down to wear or abuse but although annoying it isn't a show stopper

On 5th Aug, 2014 madmk1 said:
Shit the bed! I had snapped the end of my shaft off!!

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I would trade the Weber for a HiF44 and a better head / head work ...

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On 23rd Jun, 2008 paul wiginton said:

They said "That sounds rough mate." I said "Cheers it cost me a fortune to make it sound like that!"

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