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Author: Subject: 3.0 v6 duratec tuning or up grading
MootchA

posted on 24/4/19 at 08:45 PM Reply With Quote
if the different inlet runners are now redundant and it's an open house, surely more air would flow if you took out the middle land area, the jag has no middle land at all. this may allow more fuel to be injected . ie. bigger bang etc !!
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CosKev3

posted on 24/4/19 at 09:47 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by MootchA
if the different inlet runners are now redundant and it's an open house, surely more air would flow if you took out the middle land area, the jag has no middle land at all. this may allow more fuel to be injected . ie. bigger bang etc !!


That would be a massive job,if you were going to do that it would be easier to fabricate a one off inlet from scratch!

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RWD Focus

posted on 25/4/19 at 06:16 PM Reply With Quote
Anyone know of a tin/steel sump that will fit the AJ30 engine? Easier to make steel fit in my project than the aluminium one fitted as standard.
Or does anyone have any idea how much the rocketeer sump is? Ive asked them twice now and not got an answer.
If not it looks like tig welder is coming out.





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sdh2903

posted on 25/4/19 at 06:33 PM Reply With Quote
Bought my rocketeer sump a while back now so prices may have changed but was £350 with the baffle plate and oil pick up.
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RWD Focus

posted on 25/4/19 at 06:36 PM Reply With Quote
Thank you, that's not as bad as i expected to be honest.

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RWD Focus

posted on 14/5/19 at 06:55 PM Reply With Quote
Anyone running a remote oil filter what size pipes are you running? i was thinking -10 (dash10) but didn't know if -12 would be better.
Anyone any ideas?
Thank you





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Oddified

posted on 14/5/19 at 07:48 PM Reply With Quote
I have a remote oil filter and cooler fitted, using 5/8" hoses which is near as makes no odds an10. No issues at all.

Ian

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CosKev3

posted on 15/5/19 at 05:56 AM Reply With Quote
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I have a remote oil filter and cooler fitted, using 5/8" hoses which is near as makes no odds an10. No issues at all.

Ian


Yeah I've gone for AN10.

What have you done at the engine end to pipe it up?

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RWD Focus

posted on 15/5/19 at 06:22 AM Reply With Quote
Iíve modified the jaguar housing, just going to weld an10 fittings into it, what bore of hose are you using? I was advised 9/16.





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CosKev3

posted on 15/5/19 at 07:13 AM Reply With Quote
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Iíve modified the jaguar housing, just going to weld an10 fittings into it, what bore of hose are you using? I was advised 9/16.


AN10 Teflon,so 9/16 yeah

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RWD Focus

posted on 15/5/19 at 07:28 AM Reply With Quote
Just ordered some thanks for that





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40inches

posted on 15/5/19 at 07:54 AM Reply With Quote
I used 1/2" npt fittings with 13mm bore rubber hose. Working well.
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RWD Focus

posted on 15/5/19 at 04:24 PM Reply With Quote
Thank you





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