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  1. Was more meaning like in this picture rather than number 2. not the scratches but the textured look. should be able to look up and compare to some pictures what it means. this is one of the mains i assume? number 2 looks like something else again Either way it looks like it was knocking right up until failure, the way the piston is so clean in damaged areas. weather that was due to some previous damage. causing oil contamination in that cylinder. or a fuel/ignition advance issue is the question I'd do a roman dave milk bottle injector test. That will test the ecu, injectors, wiring at the same time. give the loom a good jiggle around in the process, see if any injectors play up. would work just as well / better than sending everything away to be tested Any chance we can get a screen cap of the ignition map?
  2. Nar nothing like that on this engine. the throttles are cracked open for idle speed. which is a little more than usual due to cams. I could probably run an isc and shut the throttles completely. make sure the isc is locked out at high rpm. but rather avoid any extra stuff on this setup. also seems to be more something that happened to the box or engine thats in it atm. as wasn't as bad on the other engine. i dont recall having issues changing at 9k before, now about 7k is best it will do without waiting for revs to drop wayyy back.
  3. so helpful haha. But yeh some tuning stuff is sure to help to a point. Swapping engines soon, so will throw the new parts in box at same time. maybe a combo of things is making it trash. kinda hoping the spigot bearing is screwed in the junker engine too.
  4. yeah few places do them, but would rather try a j160 than spend 3k on close ratio gearset for t50. I did come across another issue related to the junk engine in it. It real sloppy on deceleration, due to poor ring seal. its like popping neutral on overrun compared to the good engine. So revs will be hanging longer than they should. Also looking into super light clutch/flywheel combo.
  5. weird texture on the bearings can be signs of knock. i assume number 4 big end bearing is a pretty beaten up? what do all the others look like?
  6. Yuck ^ Number would be up there if it logged how many liters of oil it used
  7. Takumi still using it bro
  8. Unsure how often it reports a "rpm limit" I shall do some testing next time its running and report back. in the meantime here is a more recent one /spam
  9. The ecu stats on link is fun game, this is off my starlet a few years back
  10. Its just a G4 ecu. The gear cut control looks pretty basic Pretty sure its a mechanical issue. as never once got it to change at high rpm. but yeh that would be a good setup to have, to take bit of human error out. Have some new parts on order to throw at it, hopefully will make it better
  11. Possible has had some previous damage. and has been your misfire issue all along. if that hole was burning a bit of oil. which looks like it has been, would be more prone to knock. Which will have been what ended it for good, you'll probably find the ringlands just floating around in there when pull the pistons. you can get all fancy and egt every cylinder. but making sure isn't set on the edge of knock when tuned is the main thing. checking the plugs after few pulls is good idea also. Not saying it was a tuning issue. but also make sure you tuner is using knock detection and not just using ign map numbers that worked on another engine the same.
  12. I tested it with a crappy supercheap compression tester awhile back before put the trd head gasket on it. 130 , 130, 100, 130. can only assume its worse now. with factory cams, no body home on 3 at idle. with the bigger cams idles like junk anyway so easy to ignore. end game is to build the long rod engine properly. with the head off the 150kw engine along with vvti. around atlantic 4age numbers but with a massive power band and reliable is the goal. looks doable at this stage turd will be coming out soon, and in the meantime will be putting 150kw engine back in. probably put a vvti setup on it also Too many bits of pistons and rings coming out the exhaust, might break my camera
  13. Yeah found the same thing. looks like couple of them maybe the same was w/g box. but not much coming up for them either dog box way out of my budget. Think i'll throw some new oem parts at it if cant find anything else. I probably didn't put a new spigot bearing in the end of crank, when put the junk engine in. so probably a suspect worth looking at that could be causing some drag if its toast. It used to work fine with 9k limiter and bigger 212mm clutch. so thought another 1000rpm wouldn't be too much to ask.
  14. Only oem by the looks
  15. ^ clutch was adjusted like that, to the point thought may have not quite been releasing. so gave it a little more, no dice It has the small 200mm friction plate. but will see if anything "light weight" is available without going too silly. Maybe will throw some fresh syncro rings and sleeves in it
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