anj Posted September 28, 2014 Report Share Posted September 28, 2014 After 2 years I have completed my stage 0 and ready to proceed with the upgrades. Three year plan is to first install VEMS standalone with the Bosch 2x3 coilpack, port heads, valve and cam regrind, build bottom of engine and final stage is forced induction. I purchased the VEMS unit from Lugtronics http://www.lugtronic.com/ with the Bosch 2x3 coilpack, wideband O2 sensor, 1 EGT input, internal 4 bar MAP, two knock sensor inputs, SD logging and USB port. The unit will come with a base tune and support. I chose lugtronics due to Kevin Black's reputation and his support with tuning/dyno after the install. First step for the install I need to either install a primary 60-2 trigger wheel or determine if the OEM crank sensor can be used with the VEMS. Determine if the sensors will need to be changed or use OEM. Unit comes with a unterminated harness and that will have to be wired. After the unit is running I will need to upgrade the injector nozzles The initial goal is to get the unit installed with stock motor. Goal of 200HP with heads and cam, and 300HP with forced induction. I may consider the Rotrex C30-94 SC with no intercooler after the ECU with low boost of 6 pounds and have the engine built if I push boost beyond that. From my research I think the drive drain can support 400 HP if the drive shaft is fixed as Steward has shown. Any advice and help would be greatly apprectiated. I specifically need to determine 1) can the existing crank position sensor be used 2) optimal cam regrind/profile. 3) Porting profile for the head 4) size and make of injectors that I will need. Interesting sites on other forums regarding this topic http://www.renaultalpine.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5612&sid=76b68d3813e0b19a7d8478d9fd47f2fd http://alpinerenault.free.fr/outils/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=28109 Check out the price of a Delorean PRV twin turbo http://www.deloreanindustries.com/spec-2-twin-turbo-intercooled/ Arun Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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