Racecar dropbox

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A place where I can record small details about the racecar

Front outer CV's

- RCV719 26 outer spine count/24 inner spine count/56mm inner seal $50 trade  (repco 97r 75g, bnt 93+r, 50+t)


Halfshaft RH = 43470-19645

Drive Shaft complete (inc hanger bearing) RH = 43410‑12360


AE101 Front Rotors

//Macpherson Strut, N.B these are 3mm larger than 'standard' corolla disks//

258 x 22 x 55 = DR9241V (BNT,BZA.co.nz) and possibly TR2040 (Repco)



//Superstrut rotors//

275 x 25 x 48

if ID = 54 (ae82,ae92,ae111) 43512-12411

if ID = 55 (ae101) = 43512-12410 ($247 pair ex toyota)


//possible ss rotor// COROLLA/RUNX/ALLEX

ZZE 123 - Sportivo DBA759.

  • diameter: 275mm
  • height: 50mm - nb this is 2mm closer to the hub than a factory rotor
  • thickness: 25mm
  • centre hole:55mm
  • bolt holes: 4

Lambda

Rich < 1.0 < lean

Want between 12 and 13 on WOT for optimal Power.

Lambda Air/fuel ratio
0.8 11.8
0.85 12.5
0.90 13.2
0.95 14.0 Rich
1.0 14.7 Stoich
1.05 15.4 Lean
1.10 16.2
1.15 16.9
1.20 17.6
1.25 18.4
1.30 19.1
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Wiring of LM2 air fuel ratio + data logger

Possible... off a sticky note

  • TPS 0.8 - 3.25v
    • + Purple
    • - Black
  • AFM 1.2 - 3.7v
    • + Grey
    • - Brown
  • Crank Angle
    • + White
    • - Red


Fuel Delivery

The racecar suffers from fuel surge on long left hand corners when the tank has less than 3/4 in it, so I plan to run a swirl pot in the front of the car + external high pressure pump.

I have heard of some people using the factory pump as a lifter, but that doesnt sound good long term

Possible low pressure, high flow intank pump from msel.co.nz [www.msel.co.nz/epages/motorsportelectronics.sf/en_NZ/?Object Path=/Shops/motorsportelectronics/Products/FPLP]


and some Mazda 3 BK details

Wheel offsets

  • RX8 = 50
  • Mazda 3 = 52.5
  • Mazda 5 = 52.5
  • Mazda 6 = 60

17" x 6.5, 5x114.3 PCD


  • OIL Filter (cartridge) - R2604P
  • Cabin Filter - RCA119P