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post #21 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-09-2011, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

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What about the gauge cluster? I am interested in seeing how it is mounted and what it is from. I would love to make my bike a streetfighter and have been looking at headlight/handlebar/gauge set ups and yours is exactly what I am looking for.

On another note, I bet that thing is slow!
yea real slow
the guages are motogadget lite the mount is basically stainless steel
cut to shape and mounted under the top yoke simples
need some pics let me know
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post #22 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-17-2011, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

carls been busy got him to make me up a carbon
lightcover heres the mould cant wait to see how it comes out
playing with one or two or possibly 3 ideas after our last chat on the phone
cheers mate





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post #23 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-30-2011, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

some help guys
loads of niggly probs all now sorted
was up at bills for a couple of days utilising his dyno
got the leads for the ecu, software, holeshots mapping ect
try to keep this short
mapping is pretty spot on tick over is now spot on not hunting for fuel
running rich at approx 8k revs
the problem is not boosting
using an eboost 2 which is set to 8psi but when on the dyno only getting about 3.5 psi
wastgate is working blow off valve working no cracks in plen chamber headers not cracked all plumbing checked and correct turbos running
mappings correct
any ideas ?
have been told what it possibly could be but before i post it wanna see what you guys think

heres the spec
fully stripped and rebuilt new mains and big ends
cylinder head had the valve seats re-cut and lapped and some minor porting
bearings and seals heavy duty headstuds
heavy duty clutch springs
forged je pistons, barrel spacer
modded clutch basket billet clutch slave support bracket
garrett gt25 turbo charger
tial 38mm wastegate
small dump pipe k&n cone filter
alloy plenham chamber
fuel m,ment MBE 9A4 ECU
MODIFIED HARNESS TO SUIT ECU
3 BAR MAP SENSOR
h/d FUEL PUMP
HEAVY DUTY FUEL INJECTORS
TOP HATS AND CLIPS
EBOOST 2 BOOST CONTROLLER
NEW REGULATOR/RECTIFIER

ohhhhh yea and a vid of bill giving it some

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post #24 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-30-2011, 03:54 PM
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

Very nice bike, I think I have seen you on Custom Fighters a while back with this.
post #25 of 38 (permalink) Old 10-01-2011, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

mate carl just made these up for me
mto3 carbon headlight covers
and the carbon inserts for the frame
wot you recon
i think the first two look spot on





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Is your turbo maybe leaking? Possibly loosing the boost?
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post #27 of 38 (permalink) Old 10-02-2011, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Is your turbo maybe leaking? Possibly loosing the boost?
apparantly not we thing the 3 bar map sensor is faulty or the fpr on order will know in two weeks
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post #28 of 38 (permalink) Old 12-26-2011, 10:17 PM
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when that monster is done it will be killin it. nice stuff man.
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post #29 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Hi guys
aint posted for a while because all weve managed to do is find problems but we are getting there
last post we had the bike boosting pushing 242bhp @ 8 psi bill (Mustapha dump to you lot)
couldent get the bike to boost higher than 8 psi so reckoned since the wiring loom has been hacked about so many times could be creating an issue with the eboost
his answer redo it he got rid of the over complicated eboost i got hold of some new guages
and sorted them to fit bill rewired them and cut another hole in my tank









result was 288bhp 160lb/ft at 12 psi.
bill says "This was the first test of the new boost control system.
The new spec is
1st stage 8psi on the wastegate spring alone 240bhp, push the button and 2nd stage is engaged which sends boost pressure to the top of the diaphram, when the boost pressure reaches the desired level the adjustable boost pressure switch in the plenum





switches the 3 way air solenoid and the wastegate opens, the new system allows boost pressure from 8 to 18 psi, simply by winding in the adjuster on the pressure switch in the pleneum. The system is designed that in the event of power failure or component failure the boost will default to the low setting



A latching push button is mounted between the new digital boost gauge and matching digital temp gauge supplied by Visual Performance, when the 2nd stage is active a red warining LED in between the gauges illuminates, this LED goes out when the wastegate opens.

seperate subloom was built for the new boost control to avoid having to do anything to the existing wiring system. The valve clearances on several of the intake valves were far too tight and the intakes were holding open slightly when the motor got hot.

The graph attatched was the first test of the new system and managed 288bhp and 160lb/ft of torque at 12psi.



on high boost, bill was going to turn the boost up and get it to 300bhp but the fucking wiring gremlins have raised there fucking heads again bill managed a couple of runs but the ignition keeps breaking down one minute its fine next not
result you touch the wiring loom you dont know if the bike will start or not or how its going to behave and to give bill his due his worry is it fails me whilst im overtaking or mid corner ect ect
the other major point is we want realiability so got to bite the bullet
pretty sure bill will add his two pence worth at some stage

so blasted off an email to jack at holeshot with the issues and the result
a full wiring harness for mbe ecu
Injector Sub loom
Map sensor input loom
and bill is going to build a seperate loom for the lights ect
hes already built a subloom for the boost control part of system
so when we get this sorted bill can finally map it in and fine tune it
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Re: uk busa turbo fighter

It kind of looks like your spark is being blown out from that graph. Have you tried gaping the plugs smaller? Are you running stock/OEM ignition?
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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 03:31 PM
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It kind of looks like your spark is being blown out from that graph. Have you tried gaping the plugs smaller? Are you running stock/OEM ignition?
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A friend of mine had similar issues,he regapped his plugs to .020 and it ran fine after that
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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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A friend of mine had similar issues,he regapped his plugs to .020 and it ran fine after that
cheers guys il pass it on to my mate whos doing the engine work
if you saw the wiring loom condition youd understand why it needs to get sorted bike was running perfect till the rebuild but the loom has always been its weak point
so get it sorted so i can play
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This will help with your ignition issues. I have one of these on mine, and they are bad ass. http://www.nlrsystems.com/2009/catalog2010.html and look for Smart Ignition Module
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Sweet ride...
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No conclusion ?? - obviously got fed up with it😥
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No conclusion ?? - obviously got fed up with it😥
Yeah I wonder what happened,Sparta hasnt posted since 2014. Seems like he had an awful lot of problems,more then he should have.

Building a turbo Busa is simple these days since they have been doing it for so long;all the bugs have been worked out if you use a kit from a reputable shop...it's basically plug and play.
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Damn good looking bike though. Never saw this thread.
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pure sex. nice build bro
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