does anyone have an idea of how much power my 210 works mini has gained now that i have added the following-
gtt lighten +3% crank pulley
gtt / jcw hybrid air filter
minimaina 4-2-1 manifold
I would like an educated guess out of interest + my insurance company wants an approx figure.
i know i need a dyno to be sure but but an educated guess for now will have to do...
Depends on what you had to start with, this is where a before and after dyno is helpful. It's also a good indication of the condition of the vehicle before modding it.
Tell you insurance company that to the best of your knowledge assuming the car had no faults it started with a quoted 210 BHP and you can't be certain as to the power now but can give the details for investigation or ask them to advise you on a BHP test.
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it is a white yeah, but in the 1980's Rally colours and a set of white speedlines on it and roll cage, is a phase 1 too.
Does not have controller or anything is simple straigh shot .
My other mate used to have a 206 cc with a Longmans Race engine in it, used to rev to 9500rpm , that had a progressor kit using 100 jets. Used to be appalling on pull away but in gear it was amazing. It was 230bhp without the nos, but once all set up with the NOS, and that included the ability to set what gear it could be used in etc, with percentage against throttle and all of that. The controlling of it was unlimited. The controller could talk to his standalone engine management. Where as the Nova was just crude old fashioned NOS. The guy with the 206 used to get through so much NOS he ended up buying his own storage tank off ebay and then filled bottles for other people in the local area. but the costs seem really high now. Think when he first got his it worked out about 30 quid to fill a 11 lb bottle. now its closer to 60.
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