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Old 09-24-2014, 07:37 PM
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Yes, I'm wondering about updates also, before I dyno this fall. I'd really like to see timing effects on this!

We us OSIRIS at work and we mount an encoder motor on the front of the crank that hits 1080 times in on crank rotation, for 1/3 degree precision...
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Old 09-24-2014, 08:05 PM
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I still have the stuff to look at pressures. I refer to the data frequently as do others. Only recently I have started looking at the old data, and new, to determine crank velocity changes. (new project)

Ultimately, the rig, as a product, has been a failure. For me, it has been a wealth of information.
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Danville 68mm VVT Turbo
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Old 09-25-2014, 05:36 AM
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I still have the stuff to look at pressures. I refer to the data frequently as do others. Only recently I have started looking at the old data, and new, to determine crank velocity changes. (new project)

Ultimately, the rig, as a product, has been a failure. For me, it has been a wealth of information.
I agree whole heartedly and still want mine that I ordered like two years ago...
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Old 09-25-2014, 05:40 AM
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Jon, do you mind saying why the product has been a failure? Obviously I understand you haven't sold any and that would be considered a failure, but why didn't you finish it.
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:03 AM
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Never even came close to recovering the development costs. --failure

The installation is less than smooth on Windows 7, and later computers. As a result, I have to go and install the software and drivers manually. I could wrap it all in an install package, but that would be more work on a losing cause.

The pressure probe, as it is now, has a very finite service life.
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'04.5 EC/LB 4x4.
Howard Rods w/ oiler hole.
Oval Chambers and valve reliefs cut in Mahle Cast Pistons. 17.5:1
SoCal Stage 2 heads, 3388 Cam, Billet Flywheel, and harmonic balancer.
Danville 68mm VVT Turbo
100 over injectors.
PPE Dual CP3s
ProFab Castflow headers and uppipes.
100 PSIA MAP Sensor
Kennedy dual lift pump.

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Old 09-25-2014, 10:40 AM
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Never even came close to recovering the development costs. --failure

The installation is less than smooth on Windows 7, and later computers. As a result, I have to go and install the software and drivers manually. I could wrap it all in an install package, but that would be more work on a losing cause.

The pressure probe, as it is now, has a very finite service life.

This is true but a glimpse through a foggy window is still better than a lead lined brick wall! I just want to see some info on the upper end builds on the engine dyno to verify the rest of my info.
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Current fastest pass 1.520 60ft 6.705@108.95mph 1/8th 10.242@140.11mph
Current Standing 1/2Mile record holder for Diesel Pickup @ 159.8mph
Made it on fastest DMax list with Single VGT and single cp3 fuel only! 1.589 60ft 6.9291@103mph 1/8th 10.96@127.76mph
Stock motor best 11.277@119mph B68mmStg2R 250%inj 12mmcp3

Wife's tow rig-08 LMM SierraHD SLT2 "Stormy" CCSB murdered out 68mmSTG2R Exergy 12mmcp3 1/8th 7.93@88mph 1/4-12.408@109.18mph
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Old 09-25-2014, 09:15 PM
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The pressure transducers we used at CTC were water cooled, from AVL. I don't know if the kind you're running has water, but the ones we ran rarely went bad. They ran day in, day out. You could kill one fast if the water flow was stopped.
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Old 09-26-2014, 07:09 AM
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It is just a limitation of my manufacturing abilities. The chamber side of the conduction rod is sealed with an O-Ring and should be a metal bellows to stand up to the heat. I can't make the bellows and they are not available as a part. The Sensor itself is fine as long as the mechanical portion holds up. That is, no need for water cooling.

The other limitation is the pressure sensor itself. The latest engines are running over 5000 PSIA which is the limit on the sensors I can get. Normal pressure sensors will not capture the pressure pulse because they are not fast enough.
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'04.5 EC/LB 4x4.
Howard Rods w/ oiler hole.
Oval Chambers and valve reliefs cut in Mahle Cast Pistons. 17.5:1
SoCal Stage 2 heads, 3388 Cam, Billet Flywheel, and harmonic balancer.
Danville 68mm VVT Turbo
100 over injectors.
PPE Dual CP3s
ProFab Castflow headers and uppipes.
100 PSIA MAP Sensor
Kennedy dual lift pump.

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