Civic Jordan 258 rebuild

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Jordan 258
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Man I cant believe what you've been through! I hope this is the one mate. Car looks great and awesome details!
Thanks, i sure hope so too!

Been far too long without this running for a job that should have only been a few months long. Cant complain though as I have found no end of cool and rare parts for the car during the time and even made some custom ones myself!
 

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Dyno date now confirmed for the 10th June :dance:
 

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So dyno went well :dance:

The car was actually too powerful for the dyno. Dyno was only rated to 400bhp.

Runs went well, but kept slipping on the rollers and jumping off them when coming on boost. Managed to get the runs in eventually though.

Made 396.6 at the fly at 13psi and only revving to 6750rpm. ran it at 9psi and made about 320 at the fly, so given theres plenty of boost left to add (limited at 20.8psi) the car has a lot more potential.

Only issues we had when mapping were 2 boost lines connected wrong way around, some boost hose that collapsed and small oil leak that was easily solved. Car is now just having boost hoses swapped for reinforced ones and then will be picking it up just in time to get on the stand for JDM Combe - just have a load of mods to add to it once im home from that now!

Steve, who mapped it, from Tipton Garage in Tipton St. John, did an excellent job mapping and was always wanting to get both myself and Jack from JDMRegiment involved and teach us the process. He has some awesome cars there too, Delta Intergrale, Escort hill climb spec, Elise, split screen VW panel van and a few evos. Steve said the car felt awesome and was really complementary of it, which was lovely to hear. He reckons at the rev limiter the car would be a 450bhp car on the current map. Tbh I dont want more than that due to traction issues, but I will run it for a bit and then take it to a hub dyno that can handle the power to see what it is actually running at present.

Enjoy some photos, couldnt figure how to add video on here





 
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