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F24C Long Rod Engine Build 2.4L

 
Old 01-27-2018, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
Yeah it almost makes you wonder if they use a different kind of spring rate unit
I converted the rates before posting
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Old 01-29-2018, 11:59 AM
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
Yeah it almost makes you wonder if they use a different kind of spring rate unit
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7800 rev limit, interesting.

Seemed like they limped the M3 around. Then again, they are running 900/1400lb springs, which is kinda insane. I don't know why Japan tuners seem to go ****ing insane spring rate wise compared to the rest of the world. 700/1000lb is more normal on the E90 M3.
the motion ratios on e92 basically means the wheel rate is 2.5x less than the spring rate. Wereas our motion ratio means our wheel rate is much closer to the spring rate.
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Old 01-29-2018, 12:35 PM
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E92 uses Macpherson struts in the front so that should be very close to motion rate of 1.
Quick google search says 0.96 front and 0.58 rear.
As for the S2k it's 0.589 front and 0.578 rear, at least according to Sakebomb

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Originally Posted by Mike RT4 View Post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3t742T1GwUs

If you scroll to 12:22 in the video, you will see that the 2016 iteration of the J's Racing S2000 "F20C" is 2,670cc ! I wonder what they did to achieve that.....????
There is a forum member with an F27, it's been done before and costs money.

I believe the block is sleeved to accept a larger bore with a 2.4l stroker kit for ~ 2700cc of all motor goodness
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Originally Posted by Aurex View Post
There is a forum member with an F27, it's been done before and costs money.

I believe the block is sleeved to accept a larger bore with a 2.4l stroker kit for ~ 2700cc of all motor goodness
Yep, I believe he got his engine built my inlinepro.
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Old 01-30-2018, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Slowcrash_101 View Post
the motion ratios on e92 basically means the wheel rate is 2.5x less than the spring rate. Wereas our motion ratio means our wheel rate is much closer to the spring rate.
Originally Posted by flanders View Post
E92 uses Macpherson struts in the front so that should be very close to motion rate of 1.
Quick google search says 0.96 front and 0.58 rear.
As for the S2k it's 0.589 front and 0.578 rear, at least according to Sakebomb
​​​​​​​What I said has nothing to do with motion rates though
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Grave diggers on site!

WE NEED MORE INFO!
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