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Patrick Lipp
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Originally posted by DDPR

New record on Kortik's 1.8L NA MR2 Spyder this morning - hit 227 WHP (229 uncorrected) on Flex fuel (E80 but we are just saying E85). Video and pics below. 

Build is:

DDPR custom short runner intake manifold
DDPR custom header
DDPR custom 3" exhaust

DDPR built motor including:
DDPR ported head
RMR CNC TB - 82mm
Piper Stage 3 cams
Mahle 12.3:1 pistons
Crower rods
Ferrea valvetrain
ACL bearings
ARP head studs
TODA oil pump gear
Hydra EMS 2.7 with full flex fuel support
Injector Dynamics ID1000 injectors
OS Giken super single clutch and ultralight flywheel
C60 trans
DDPR custom short ram intake tube - 3.25"
Stock Crank and block
MWR upgraded rockers
MWR fuel rail

 

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Posted : June 20, 2019 12:43 pm
SLBit
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Active Member

Impressive but I have to wonder if that car will ever leave DDPR.

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Posted : July 1, 2019 1:25 pm
Triz
 Triz
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I believe that car hit 231 whp. It is also getting a dry sump as well. I don't think that will help HP though.  

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Posted : July 7, 2019 1:30 am
Not 2 Old For 2 Seater
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While I find it an intellectually satisfying exercise when DDPR does this sort of builds, I always wonder how expensive and applicable they are to cars that are actually driven on a day by day and/or week by week basis.

Seems to me, that nearly 10 years ago DDPR built a 1ZZ engine with almost 200 HP.  Later, they offered (as I recall) to build similar HP engines for their Clients for around $5,000.  I always wondered what became of that offering and/or if any/many of the builds were driven on a regular street basis.

By my way of thinking, a $5,000 200 HP 1ZZ trumps a: 1ZZ turbo; 2ZZ; and possibly even a K swap.

Inquiring minds want to know.

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Posted : July 13, 2019 11:50 am
nocoolname
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Posted by: @slbit

Impressive but I have to wonder if that car will ever leave DDPR.

I don't think the owner of that car has even driven it in his over 10 years of ownership.

 

Posted by: @not-2-old-for-2-seater

While I find it an intellectually satisfying exercise when DDPR does this sort of builds, I always wonder how expensive and applicable they are to cars that are actually driven on a day by day and/or week by week basis.

Seems to me, that nearly 10 years ago DDPR built a 1ZZ engine with almost 200 HP.  Later, they offered (as I recall) to build similar HP engines for their Clients for around $5,000.  I always wondered what became of that offering and/or if any/many of the builds were driven on a regular street basis.

By my way of thinking, a $5,000 200 HP 1ZZ trumps a: 1ZZ turbo; 2ZZ; and possibly even a K swap.

Inquiring minds want to know.

 A 200hp NA 1zz is nonexistent, a 200hp boosted 1zz is either quite a bit of money, or quite a bit of headache, sometimes both.  A 200hp 2zz is a little more than quality bolt ons and a tune.  A 200hp k series is a stock engine with a tune usually.

The less you can do to get your desired power curve the better in my opinion.  If you can use OEM parts, it's almost always going to be more reliable as well.

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Posted : July 22, 2019 9:29 pm
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