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PostSubject: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:19 pm

HOW THE CAR USED TO BE...[u]

The previous owner last dynoed the car at 307HP & 335TQ @ 17 PSI...since that last dyno the TRZ TMIC and turbo inlet pipe have been added along with a balance shaft delete and i turned the boost up a little...in a couple weeks i plan on doing my own dyno...and since i have owned it of course i have removed the ugly black vinyl stripe

These pics are how the car looked like when i got it about 1 month ago








Added the Mazdaspeed Sticker in the back windshield


The only TRZ TMIC made for the MS3...My car was the test car for this TMIC it has injection ports for C02, Nitrous, Meth, Water etc...along with a long chilling coil in the cold pipe


A little shot of my headers


My Reworked K04 turbo


Ported Exhaust Side


Clipped turbine..notice how it's done so slightly


Bigger, lighter compressor wheel
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:19 pm

Motor Still In The Car















Getting The Motor Out!

















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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:30 pm

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Car Ran a 12.8 1/4 mile at 300HP 300TQ B4 She Blew Up












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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:31 pm

Stock K04 Vs GT3071R


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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:35 pm

Holy fucking rod failure dude!! Did that happen after you turned the boost up and balance shaft delete?

Also, I know it seems backwards....but I've never seen one of these fuckers blow that was running a stock TMIC.

Nice Turbo upgrade...I like where you're going with this.
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:40 pm

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Holy fucking rod failure dude!! Did that happen after you turned the boost up and balance shaft delete?

Also, I know it seems backwards....but I've never seen one of these fuckers blow that was running a stock TMIC.

Nice Turbo upgrade...I like where you're going with this.

That is not the stock TMIC, it's a TRZ TMIC the only TRZ TMIC that is my car was the test car for it, it pulled better then the ETS TMIC...
I was fully bolted on stock internals (all bolt ons) Protege Garage Reworked K04 turbo at 18-20 PSI with stock tune with just CP-E flashes (dumb yes i know)
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:41 pm

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Holy fucking rod failure dude!! Did that happen after you turned the boost up and balance shaft delete?

Also, I know it seems backwards....but I've never seen one of these fuckers blow that was running a stock TMIC.

Nice Turbo upgrade...I like where you're going with this.

That is not the stock TMIC, it's a TRZ TMIC the only TRZ TMIC that is my car was the test car for it, it pulled better then the ETS TMIC...
I was fully bolted on stock internals (all bolt ons) Protege Garage Reworked K04 turbo at 18-20 PSI with stock tune with just CP-E flashes (dumb yes i know)

[i msg you peter on msf.org i am holeinmypocket over there] i still got that oil pan but it's on ebay at the moment
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:47 pm

that turbo should be a nice addition. what are you gonna do for fueling???

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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:48 pm

HAHA Holy shit you were running that on the stock tune!! I commend you on your balls and aggressive rebuild man, but don't even restart that car on the stock tune when it's done. I got my shit tunes at P&L in Chicago and so far so good. You are a lot closer to MAP up there, that's where I would probably tune when you're done.

Awesome build though....I'm pretty excited about seeing what you come out with. It's a perfect choice on the turbo..that's what the 400+hp guys on the mazdaspeed forums are running.

I think our cars were pretty similar, I put down 306whp on a dyno jet with a Turbo Back, Tune, Bigger CDFP and CAI. What are you going to go with for fueling? I saw PT-Performance just came out with their "Maxed Out" HPFP that is supposed to be able to support 550hp but they like to stretch the truth a lot.


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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 4:50 pm

i thought you said something about that peaches. me and matt were talking about even the fuel pump that you have not going much higher.

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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:05 pm

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HAHA Holy shit you were running that on the stock tune!! I commend you on your balls and aggressive rebuild man, but don't even restart that car on the stock tune when it's done. I got my shit tunes at P&L in Chicago and so far so good. You are a lot closer to MAP up there, that's where I would probably tune when you're done.

Awesome build though....I'm pretty excited about seeing what you come out with.

I think our cars were pretty similar, I put down 306whp on a dyno jet with a Turbo Back, Tune, Bigger CDFP and CAI. What are you going to go with for fueling? I saw PT-Performance just came out with their "Maxed Out" HPFP that is supposed to be able to support 550hp but they like to stretch the truth a lot.

Keep in mind this is Direct Injection motor not a typical Port Injection
For fueling i have a keene belle intank pump and a Mr.Lilguy Upgraded HPFP, will be running PTP injectors seals...stock injector can support up to 450hp...fueling won't be an issue with the Direct Injection
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:06 pm

Yeah, I wouldn't want to push much more boost than the 19 I'm running now with that pump. I personally think direct injection is a fail for boosted engines. E85 isn't even an option for us.
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:09 pm

agree with peaches ^. but if you get that new pump your talking about, run e85, tune again, burn cooler and go faster Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:12 pm

I plan on getting a pro-tune at MAP in the twin cities hope to hit 400HP+....i still need alot of stuff for my build

1. CPE Standback EMS
2. 2 New rims and tires
3. FMIC
4. Turbo inlet pipe
5. EWG????
6. New gaskets and bolts
7. Rod bearings
8. Pauter Rods
9. Wiseco Pistons
10. New oil pump
11. Block overbored to .020
12. Rebuilt Cylinder head
13. METH injection

doing all this while being unemployed for the moment...car more then likely will be lucky to run in the fall FINGERS CROSSED no hurry though i want it done right....


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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:15 pm

Peter MS3 wrote:
Yeah, I wouldn't want to push much more boost than the 19 I'm running now with that pump. I personally think direct injection is a fail for boosted engines. E85 isn't even an option for us.

E85 is an option MAP in the twin cities did an E85 tune for a CX7 see link ->http://www.mnmazda.com/forum/showthread.php?3769-e85-do-I-want-some

BUT i wouldn't want to do it personally it eats away at gaskets and seals
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:19 pm

do you plan on running meth/e85 at all or is this on pump gas?

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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:19 pm

PeterMS3 what fuel pump do you have? CPE, PG, KMD internals, Upgraded MAZDA FP?
i was having no fueling problems with my previous setup at 18-21 psi on the reworked K04 with only stock tune and CPE flashes...

tuning will play a huge role with my new 30R setup
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:20 pm

MAP is definitely a good place to go, especially since you plan on running the standback. I'm using the AP which is why I didn't tune up there. They can do it but most of Jordan's tuning experience is standback so it's a great option for you.

My issue with E85 on these cars is the ability to flow enough fuel. Considering you need to push an average of 30% more, I have doubts as to the abilities to get enough through at high RPM WOT.

You will have a more robust fuel setup though so maybe that would be adequate. I like the meth plan a lot better though Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:21 pm

Mclovin23 wrote:
do you plan on running meth/e85 at all or is this on pump gas?

yes 100% meth with pump gas for as of right now and hopefully in the future a tune for race gas (but unlikely)
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:22 pm

Meth seems to be the answer with our cars, not only to eliminate KR but for cooler combustion temps and lower BAT
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:24 pm

I'm running the hitachi upgraded pump from PT-p. Same thing as PG I believe.

http://www.pt-performance.com/showProduct.php?vID=3&cID=3&pID=262

I hold 2000 psi at max which I'm pretty comfortable with and my AFR's never dip low anymore. I was hitting MASSIVE fuel cut with my stock pump. There are plenty of people on here that can vouch for how awful and violent that was. The bigger pump made a world of difference for me.

Now I just gotta get that stupid restrictor bolt done for my turbo oil supply line to keep this piece of crap k04 from smoking.
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:26 pm

Peter MS3 wrote:
MAP is definitely a good place to go, especially since you plan on running the standback. I'm using the AP which is why I didn't tune up there. They can do it but most of Jordan's tuning experience is standback so it's a great option for you.

My issue with E85 on these cars is the ability to flow enough fuel. Considering you need to push an average of 30% more, I have doubts as to the abilities to get enough through at high RPM WOT.

You will have a more robust fuel setup though so maybe that would be adequate. I like the meth plan a lot better though Smile

it's pretty funny my DD (girlfriend drives it mostly) 07 Mazda3 HB looks just like ur MS3...black eyelids, black emblem and yellow fogs...except i have ms3 wheels on there and just a cobb intake
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:27 pm

yeah the B-Noon restritor bolt works real nice...r u running a catch can?
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 5:36 pm

No catch can yet, but it looks like everyone pretty much considers them necessary equipment for these things. I've just been lazy and haven't wanted to do it. Did you run one? Make a big difference?
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PostSubject: Re: Rebuilding MazdaFAILspeed3   Wed May 26, 2010 6:04 pm

wow, very cool build man. cant imagine the traction problems with the 3071 Twisted Evil
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