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Old 10-17-2018, 05:39 AM   #861
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This Duramax Diesel V8 project is so Cool. What is it? Petrol or diesel engine? Great job done by one of our customers running this Duramax Diesel V8 running it on one of our diesel ECU systems.
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Old 10-29-2018, 02:11 PM   #862
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Loads of new thing Im working on. Hope to post some soon.

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Old 11-05-2018, 11:44 AM   #863
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Brands Hatch last semi truck race 2018. manage to get all the trucks we done on the podium.

The newcomer Flying Dutchman Race team running the Volvo truck with the D13 engine manage to get 3e place and first time podium for this team as well. We changed the final drive on this truck so it run max speed @ lower RPM as this still stock engine dos make a load of torque @ low end so no need to chance gears if your engine will pull it easy making faster track time as well.

Detroit 60 series of CMG bint racing still running strong but its getting old so looking into a low weight modern power house producing less smoke. Dont get me wrong plenty of power if you turn up fuel but it will smoke a bit more.

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Old 11-06-2018, 03:13 AM   #864
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What can you say. It almost looks to easy. Almost no smoke and easy from the start hitting power exactly on the spot pulling away towards a 12.7 sec mile.
What is this creation? Its a Volvo truck with a D12A 12L engine 3 turbochargers and a automatic gearbox. The control of this all is done by one of our diesel ECU systems. Boost torque and even shifting the gearbox is done by the ECU and the good thing is they done it all them selves. All I gave them is a base setting for there engine making good power and some pointers on how the shift gears.

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Old 11-06-2018, 06:50 AM   #865
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What can you say. It almost looks to easy. Almost no smoke and easy from the start hitting power exactly on the spot pulling away towards a 12.7 sec mile.
What is this creation? Its a Volvo truck with a D12A 12L engine 3 turbochargers and a automatic gearbox. The control of this all is done by one of our diesel ECU systems. Boost torque and even shifting the gearbox is done by the ECU and the good thing is they done it all them selves. All I gave them is a base setting for there engine making good power and some pointers on how the shift gears.

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How much does the truck weigh?
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Old 11-06-2018, 01:19 PM   #866
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How much does the truck weigh?
Good question. No idea. A FIA race truck is 5200Kg min weight so maybe 7000Kg as for more weight on the rear.
Also they make the runs with only 1100Hp so wonder what will happen if they use the full 1600Hp but OK this truck is new so they take it slow for now.
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Old 11-08-2018, 06:55 AM   #867
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Onboard the race truck of team Flying Dutchman. It’s a new team and fist time out in the UK and as you can see B class racing is very competitive. One mistake and you can start all over overtaking but that’s racing.
What we have done is chance the final drive so they hit 100 Mile hours @ lower RPM getting better acceleration from 140 to 160Kmph now pulling a flat line up in RPM as before in bend down a bit after 140Kmph in all this can take 10 meter more to get to max speed where the speed limiter kicks in governing speed @ 0,2Kmph using GPS speed in the process.

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Old 11-09-2018, 04:36 PM   #868
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How much does the truck weigh?
Maybe 4500 kg like drag trucks from Malta.
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Start working in the wire loom for the CAT C15/18. Thing is we only run them as a marine engines and I think and hope that some of the 2 pin plugs like for timing and temp sensors are different as I get 2304011 parts number on a marine engine and according to the information on a truck engine I get the 1552069 part number for the same sensors conector/plug. Hope to get some info on this.

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Start working in the wire loom for the CAT C15/18. Thing is we only run them as a marine engines and I think and hope that some of the 2 pin plugs like for timing and temp sensors are different as I get 2304011 parts number on a marine engine and according to the information on a truck engine I get the 1552069 part number for the same sensors conector/plug. Hope to get some info on this.
You may be seeing that the marine engine has dual cam sensors, or at least they are listed like that in SIS.
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You may be seeing that the marine engine has dual cam sensors, or at least they are listed like that in SIS.
With marine engines there is an extension on the timing sensors the 1552069 is on the sensor but cannot be removed as a thing they use glue and on the extension there is the 2304011 plug so is this the same on CAT truck engines?
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