Sunday, 15 July 2018

Cam comparison BC 272 vs BC 276

BC came up with a cam that is comparable with the GSC S2 and Kelford 272, they called it BC276 This is the dyno i found comparing it Source :

Monday, 21 May 2018

Connecting Rods , Tuff ?

Pics by Real ST

Comparison of
Eagle H Beam , Manley H Beam , Manley new series of H Tuff , BC rods

This is Manley's new H-Tuff H-Beam rod. This is a stronger beam construction, allowing you to make more power safely on an H-Beam than before. This H-Beam's construction can handle more power without adding considerable weight to the design. This rod bridges the gap between the previous h-beam design and the turbo-tuff I-Beam design which is considerably more expensive.

This is a great option for someone who is worried about maxing out the hp rating of the h-beam but not looking to step all the way up to an I-Beam.
Manley "H Tuff" Beam connecting rods are manufactured from 4340 forgings to the same exacting standards developed and approved by our original equipment customers. There is a vast difference in quality between a Manley "H" Beam and the "other" inexpensive H-Beams on the market. Weight matched to +/- 1.5 grams. Perfectly round big and small ends. Bend and twist is tightly controlled.


  • H-Tuff Series with heavier beam for higher boost applications
  • Manufactured from 4340 forgings
  • Heat treated, stress relieved, shot peened and 100% individually magnafluxed
  • Weight matched sets + 1.5 grams
  • Cap fasteners are 3/8" ARP 2000 for the”H” Beam and 3/8" ARP Custom Age 625+ for the H-Plus

New Bosch Injectors , All fuel compatible

The ID1050X (P/N: 1050. is an all new injector, designed in partnership with Bosch Motorsport to replace the ID725, ID850 and ID1000. This collaboration has given Injector Dynamics the ability to design a high flow injector with characteristics specific to the needs of the motorsport tuner looking to push the limits, safely!
- Nominal Volumetric Flow Rate – 1065cc/min @ 3.0 Bar (43.5 psi) Using Gasoline at 52 Degrees C (125 Degrees F)
- Maximum Differential Fuel Pressure – 10.0 Bar (145.0 psi)
- Fuel Compatibility – Compatible With All Known Fuels – (Designed Specifically for Alternative Fuels)
- Electrical Connector - USCAR (Also known as EV6)
- Set of 8 Injectors

While the ID1050X is compatible with all fuels, it is exceptionally capable of extended service life with highly corrosive alternative fuels. The ID1050x also features a replaceable inlet screen, unlike the standard captured non replaceable filter that does not always respond well to ultrasonic cleaning. Showcasing an improved magnetic circuit that allows for stable operation at high pressure, this has extended the useful flow range of the injector and even allowing them to run as high as 10 bar (145 psi). With an improved flow path, increased flow of approximately 5% over the ID1000 with no reduction in low flow capabilities, the ID1050X will be the perfect solution for enthusiasts looking to make serious power!

The ID1700x is the most recent offering from the partnership of Injector Dynamics and Bosch Motorsport. The ID1700x was designed to fill the gap between the ID1300x and the ID2000, and like the ID1300x, it features corrosion resistant internals making it compatible with all known automotive fuels.

A unique magnetic circuit, resulting from a lengthy development program, makes the ID1700x immune to voltage and pressure sensitivity problems that plague other high impedance high flow injectors. The ID1700x excels at high pressures typical of current automotive systems, and will perform flawlessly in these applications.

The ID1700x was designed to be an all fuel compatible injector, capable of very high flow rates. As such, it will most often be used to deliver E85 to boosted engines, or occasionally, gasoline in extreme high horsepower applications. Neither of these applications requires extended linearity at low flow rates, and so this was given a proportionately lower priority during the design process.
The ID1700x will deliver flawless stoichiometric idle and cruise mixtures on E85, but like the ID2000, should not be expected to do so on gasoline.
If you need flawless drivability on gasoline, the ID1300x will provide this, and is capable of approximately 150hp per injector on E85.

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