Hayabusa gen2 turbo stage 1

Discussion in 'Turbo' started by gregbusaturbo, Oct 31, 2013.


  1. gregbusaturbo

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    Hello My name is Gregory .I am from Greece i am new in this forum.


    I have recantly build my bike to turbo.I use the proboost kit.

    Well the motor is stock 0.5 bar and made 242.50 rear wheel

    But i have problem after a good strong ride it loses water from water cooler...
    my mechanic says that is leaking from head casket.

    Anyway he suggested so to fix the problem i need to lower compression ratio because stock motor cant handle this pressure!

    So we need:
    cylinder bolt
    cylinder nut
    2mm spacer under cylinder
    Cometic head gasket

    And because i will go up to 0.8-1.0 bar
    I also bought Fuel pump Bosch 0580314068 for 350ps
    & Gen II Hayabusa ECU Flashing Boost Control Kit.

    What is your ipinion about these? i need something more ?

    PS THe bike is for everyday use only! Not drag or anything else!. l want to make good strong rides without having problems!
     
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  3. Lillblack

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    Welcome to the org:welcome:

    Can we see a few pics of your bike
     
  4. OZBooster

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    Welcome
    seen the proboost kits lately on ebay , usually old school bike kits advertised
    What comes in the proboost kit ?
     
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    :welcome: to the oRg :thumbsup:
     
  7. gregbusaturbo

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    -modified turbocharger TD05H-20G
    -stainless steel SS304 exhaust manifold
    -stainless steel SS304 down pipe 3"
    -alloy plenum
    -blue silicone hoses for pressure lines
    -clamps for pressure lines
    -oil lines
    -boost gauge and lines
    -air filter
    -heavy duty clutch spring
    -GM map sensor
    -turbo softare and installationCD

    everything needed except mufler
     
  8. gregbusaturbo

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    here some photos not so good didnt had the chance to take good photos yet!

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    Headers look real nice, rest good except i realy don't like internal wastegates,

    you will need to check if you have boost creep, , if you have a hp and torque printout from the dyno runs it would be easy to pick

    often it is a cause of head gasket or piston problems in stg 1 kits esp where just bolted onto standard motors
     
  11. badass1000

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    put a set of valve springs in it, head studs, and wossner turbo pistons. You don't need a spacer with wossner turbo pistons so you don't need cam sprockets to run stock cam timing. I would also recommend a set of gen one or stainless valves. Not really required though.
     
  12. gregbusaturbo

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    thank you for comments

    how can i check if i have boost creep?
     
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    Mine lasted for a day before blowing a head gasket on a stock motor. Get some studs and a spacer.
     
  14. OZBooster

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    Boost creep will show if you have a boost gauge capable of recall , or put a check valve inline to record maximum boost
    or on your dyno graph it will show as increasing or level torque line , the torque should top out at about 8-8500rpm and slowly drop

    very hard to recognise while riding as your hanging on tight at that rpm
     
  15. gregbusaturbo

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    i think boost creep will fix with boost controller
     
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    Boost controllers don't change the characteristics of the wastegate setup, with internal wastegate they only bleed off some of the air going to the wastegate so it takes more plenum pressure to get the same signal to the wastegate
     
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    so the only way to put an external
     
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    external gives you options on wastegate size and position , so you can set it up to flow better and not get boost creep, but i have also seen poorly setup external gates giving problems too

    i know the tdo4 boost creeps , not sure about the tdo5 , thats why i say check it
    you mentioned the hp figure in your first post, do you have access to the graph generated from the dyno session
    be real easy to pick
     
  19. gregbusaturbo

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    bike opened today and i have problem with my pistons...

    can anyone advice what pistons i must install put ? and must use spacer also or.. ?
     
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    Wossner pistons, no spacer needed with Wossner Gen-II pistons... ;)
     

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