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rvengineering

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I?m Ruud Visser from the Netherlands. I have a small engineering company mainly working on industrial projects.
Playing about with cars is my hobby. A year ago we started with the G13B Turbo project. This is an engine coming out of a Suzuki Swift GTI MK2/3 and we build it into a SJ4.13 4X4 car.
The goal of this project is to build an engine that can run 180Hp or more for less than 2000Euro all in using second hand parts and the original internals from the engine like pistons and head gaskets.
We were able to produce 150Hp @ 160Kpa boost with the standard ECU and lowering the compression ratio to 8.5:1 simply using 2 head gaskets.
We were able to monitor the engine for damage thermal wear. And to our surprise the G13B engine is very robust build.
Using the standard ECU gave some limitations in the lower RPM range.
After investigation what?s for sale on aftermarket ECU systems we made a choice to us the Adaptronic.
The rezone for that choice was that the ECU has all the options for a total engine control system and Andy was very responsive to the mails I send him about new options like close loop boost control.
Also the tuning soft ware WARI is very easy to work with. In just 30 minutes I had the car running Ok up to 160Kpa.
At the moment we are beta testing the close loop boost control system also including as best expanded as smart boost control based on manifold pressure and TPS.
We are using a 3/2 boost control valve of a Volkswagen TDI engine.
With this valve we can governor the pressure as hi as we want is. I must admit this valve is not easy to control compared to a bleed valve that?s more common used for this function.
Beta testing so far gave very good results on the close loop boost control system. Andy is doing a good job. :wink: ;D
« Last Edit: April 25, 2010, 09:39:19 PM by rvengineering »
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Hi let me introduce my self.
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2006, 04:37:25 PM »
Hi Ruud, thanks for signing up and your comments!

As I said we'll probably be moving to a new server once it gets sorted out, but we're here for now.

Thanks again for your feedback!

Andy

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Hi let me introduce my self.
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2007, 05:16:44 AM »
It has been some time ago that posted on this forum.

We done a lot of good projects with the Adaptronic C version ECU working well for us.
The H version firm ware came just in time running 440cc injectors on a small 1300cc Swift engine spot on 14.7 AFR during idle with the two step AFR PI settings. Thanks Andy I?m happy that you implement some more of the ideas we have.
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« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2007, 07:44:39 AM »
Cheers Ruud!

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Hi let me introduce my self.
« Reply #4 on: April 12, 2007, 04:14:17 AM »
New GT1549 turbo kit.

This is our new turbo kit based on the GT1549. This turbo is from a 130 Hp diesel engine.
The one we used before was from a 90 Hp diesel engine making 205 Hp on the crank.
The turbo we use now has a bigger AR on both turbine and compressor.
We hope the get the same low-end torque and more top end power out of this turbo.

The engine we going to build it on is still stock so we are going to set it @ 9 to 10 PSI.
Planning is to run it on an Adaptronic C version ECU an upgraded pressure platen for the clutch and 9:1 Cr pistons and O-ring the engine block and also a 60mm exhaust system and flow the cylinder head. Planning is to get 235Hp on the crank or so.

This is what we get on the last dyno run on 195Kpa boost with the 1.3 Swift GTI turbo engine and the 90 Hp diesel turbo.



some pictures :mrgreen:





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« Reply #5 on: April 12, 2007, 07:14:26 AM »
Nice manifold Ruud!

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« Reply #6 on: April 13, 2007, 07:46:49 PM »
Some Cultus engine dyno runs.

Yesterday we did some test with a Cultus engine for competition purposes.
The goal was to get good engine data so the customer can set the engine up for max performance. He can go for top end power using the Ciltus cams wit 0.5mm more lift or he can use the low and mid and power by using the stock G13B swift cams with make the best avarice power of all when the whole RPM range must be used.

The best result we get with the Cultus cams was 107whp and with the stock cams 104 whp.
We did not fit the Cultus exhaust manifold be course we were trying to get a flat toque curve.

We even did a run with the stock exhaust system on the engine making almost 100 whp so 115hp on the crank looks OK from what Suzuki clams.

The curves on the dyno shard a bit lower. They were taken after every heat load test running the engine WOT for some time running with almost 40 degrees intake air temp.
We do this to make sure the power dos stay on with 80% WOT.
We run the engine on an Adaptronic Standalone ECU making it possible to tune out all the bums we have running a stock ECU with has been remapped.
The advantage is also that we can change maps by putting a link in to the fuse box so you can change cams without having to upload a new ECU mapping. Not everybody has a laptop these days.



A dyno curve of a group N G13B swift engine to compare with the Cultus engine.

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« Reply #7 on: May 05, 2007, 01:59:02 AM »
Some time ago we did a 1300 Suzuki Cultus engine tuning for max avarice power. Well it turns out the be a winner winning two auto cross races in a row.
As our customer explains the car pulls really good in low and mid RPM outperforming car up to 1600cc.
Before we use the stock ECU and remap it. Now we use the Adaptronic ECU and we get more power from low to mid RPM.
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Re: Hi let me introduce my self.
« Reply #8 on: August 15, 2007, 05:02:30 AM »
A Suzuki Swift GT1549 turbo toy running @ almost 15PSI. when we have fitted the 440cc injectors it will go on the dyno.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MmmoYvexDQY
 
Some pictures http://mustapha84.spaces.live.com/default.aspx?partner=Live.Spaces&mkt=nl-NL
« Last Edit: August 15, 2007, 05:17:02 AM by rvengineering »
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« Reply #9 on: February 09, 2008, 06:08:19 AM »
Today we dyno tested the GT1549 turbo kit. The snow tyres we not the best ones to get some grip but in this time of the year they are mediatory on cars in Germany. So the dyno curve is a bit bumpy even do we could only run bull boost in 4e gear.   
We used 0.85bar (12.3 PSI) boost and did not want to go to the limed being a car that is used as a day to day drive so we stop @ 180Hp @ the wheels or 208Hp on the cranck.

To compare the older build GT1549 turbo kit marked as the green line in the dyno sheet with run @ 0,95bar (13.7PSI). The engine with the old model turbo has Cultus cams as well.

So with the new type turbo and manifold we gained more torque even @ a lower boost using the stock cams.



The new project to come. ;D

Some pictures of the EVO3 NOX6 turbo project with the GT2256V turbo.
We hope to get the boost control in place coming Sunday.
We have to run some test to find out how to set up the VNT and external waste gate.
Goal is set @ 250Hp on the crack and a flat torque line.





« Last Edit: February 09, 2008, 06:20:45 AM by rvengineering »
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« Reply #10 on: January 25, 2009, 10:37:06 AM »
This test was only to get a good inside on what we need to drive the injectors.
The white smoke after deceleration us due to the fact that the fuel pressure builds up and the RPM hits idle RPM. We clear this with the throttle off function in de power cut menu.

http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=U717dT6vGQo
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« Reply #11 on: April 09, 2009, 11:10:56 PM »
This is our new toy for 2009.  ;D

Gert placed the engine in the back after having problems to get the power on the gravel track.
The 2008 for this car was very successful but we wanted a bit more this year.

Specification.

Engine: G13B 1298cc 205Hp/270Nm torque running @ 0,95bar boost
CR: 9.2
Turbo: GT1549
Intercooler: yes air cooled by fan
Injectors: 440cc
Motor management: Adaptronic with boost controller installed. Launch and traction control optional.
Drive train: standard gearbox with LSD (soon we hope to get a close ratio)
Suspension: Proflex

The big question mark will be the gearbox as the car can transfer the power a lot better on the road.




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Re: Hi let me introduce my self.
« Reply #12 on: April 11, 2009, 04:27:29 PM »
This wil be an very nice project. expecialy with the engine in the back.

Keep up the good work.

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« Reply #13 on: April 21, 2009, 10:51:52 PM »
Today we dynode the Suzuki Swift GTI Turbo cross car with the engine in the back.

Firs we had to deal with a faulty ignition wire so we had to go shopping to get new ones.
After that all went fine and we went 14 PSI boost or 0,95 Bar.

Now we are up to do the first race and I hope the gearbox is up to it.

Some pictures.




the movie ;D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qoBxBEPOas
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk2uTSElcTE
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« Reply #14 on: April 22, 2009, 12:52:22 PM »
Thats nuts - keep up the great work