Posted 15 June 2015 - 02:48 PM
Edited by iTRiP, 15 June 2015 - 03:15 PM.
Just as said in the PM, I did not know the correct wording or translation, but anyways
thanks for posting that, here is the rest:
Yeah your right sivispacem, but only partly because you knew how to write all
those down properly, I never had to do that, thus the laughable silliness.
I can clear some things up now that you pointed it out, but the
rest I just did not have anymore details than this from the receipts and actually
seeing the parts before they where installed:
I will use some of your words to read it better.
76mm exhaust system handmade, 4-2 from the [manifold] both pipes through 76mm
each strait to rear, hence the rubberizing. Right thats what you all call
it, I highly doubt that it was steel, alloy nor titanium. Some dude was
specialized in this and he needed a test subject.
Custom Fuel Management Classified, I did not get the
details, it was part of the agreement or I could not
get it. Know it was some sort of computerized thing, no
more info on this. it is what it was.
Customized Fuel Rail & larger more Efficient Injectors, Fuel
lines, Lighter Larger Fuel tank, standard 101 octane. Yes ok, the
fuel pump was probably in there somewhere too, no specs listed here.
It is the type of standard fuel we put in every car here, not a special mixture.
Custom Gearbox: it was built tested rebuilt tested throughout the
years, some more info here, it was long 1st, short 234, long fifth,
there was also a clutch system classified in there somewhere.
Modified starter and alternator, I do know what I'm speaking
of here, the starter had failover so it where never to
not start, and the remote electronics also had some play in this.
The alternator, funny! the component that generates the electricity, was
made this way to allow easier and faster charge for the battery, because
of the pull of the sound sys, and to cover all the other electronics, there
where even power outlet ports for the equipment they used when mapping and
adjustments on the inside of the car.
Yes your right I wrote that wrong and should
have used better words describe those:
Ported piston sleeves, meant to say enlarged bore, don't know the specific diameter.
Ported valve sleeves, meant to say enlarged bore, flowed, don't know the specific
diameter, don't have specifics about the seals, retainers, springs used,
Don't know anymore details, it did limit @ 13k high revving indeed, that was the
best part. I did say etc., because I did not get, nor have any more info about
those finer detailed parts and how exactly it was setup, but they where
altered, modded in some way.
The displacement was closely from 2litre to some where near or above 3.
All things stated at first match with this.
The injector where around about 1000cc.each.
The mapping, and what unit they used, no idea, never got the details
or would not have happened in my car, that was their deal, I do know
they did it without ever putting it on a dyno, I did the drive in
tests every time. It made one hell of a difference, and it was
adjustable on the fly.
Induction: K&N Modified Air intake System. the only part bought
was the actual filter everything els in that system was custom
hand made. no details.
It is what it was, the sound audible output was 147dB's at that
time, no dyno, no known top speed nor quarter or mile times and
speeds, no known power output = no leak able knowledge for
opposition, this is car mod professional style, anyone knows a
dyno can be hacked, even more so for a mapping suite.
You have to come to some sort of understanding here these
type of things aren't easily spoken of for free, this is the
kind of stuff they win races and competitions with, the info
is worth more than what the components are, and even I the owner was kept in the dark.
Bottom line and facts: I wasn't the specialist, mechanic, programmer in
any of the mod projects on this car, I simply made the liaison's and put the
research ideas forth, drove & tested and owned the car and put the money for these
projects on the table.
I know its sounds impossible, unbelievable just like most other things I have
stated but it is what it was and the proof is right here in the receipts I also
have that little thing you might have forgotten regarding this car and that is that
I drove it before and after each project mod, everything I did made some difference
whether it be believable, differential, graphically provable when looking at the
drive in test results compared to the pre project data.
The injectors where probably electronically adjustable.
I never said anything about the Block used, I don't have any information on that.
It doesn't sound believable even to me, these specialist where and if they
still do business are magicians.
Regardless of what was done in the alternator project, the alternator produced
more electricity at a even faster rate without hindering the engine. You can make
the assumptions by known knowledge I'm simply stating the facts of the car
I drove once.
13K, 100% sure it was 13K, used that in every race, and that was what
nobody expected, some times I would intentionally short shift
at seven, eight, nine or ten when I knew the opponent was a talker and would
spill the beans after the race to his gang, club, team, project just to fool them
in never really knowing the golf capabilities.
Ah` this kind of talk makes me want to go drive again...
The reason I gave it away and some of the reasons I was in court about
this car was clear, most of these parts where stolen out of the car right
under my nose when I took the car in for repairs, service or additional
alterations, some of the workshops could not figure how the other workshops
work was done, and this caused more harm than good, they even test drove
without permission and without 100% triple checking their labour beforehand.