6G75 camshafts-installed and running

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alscall
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State: International
Model: Mazda 808
Engine: 3.0-Litre 6G72 V6 24V SOHC

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by alscall » 16 Jul 2012, 23:20

No way to up the idle via the TB?

z80
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State: Victoria
Model: 380GT/VRX/TMR380/Platinum
Engine: 3.8-Litre 6G75 V6 24V SOHC
Location: Torquay

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by z80 » 17 Jul 2012, 11:47

alscall wrote:No way to up the idle via the TB?
It's drive by wire throttle...impossible, nothing to adjust, software only.

Temporary problem ...my new ECU will fix it in a few weeks.
Twin turbo Mitsubishi 380GT -16 PSI boost with 3.9 litres and LSD conservatively at ... 270Kw @ 710Nm at the wheels!
Supercharged TMR380 ....complete with custom Quaife limited slip differential.........191kw @400NM at the wheels
No virtual dyno here.

Andrei1984
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State: New South Wales
Model: Magna 2002 TJ Advance Supercharged
Engine: 3.5-Litre 6G74 V6 24V SOHC
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by Andrei1984 » 28 Aug 2012, 17:39

@ z80, have you advanced spark for lpg?

z80
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Model: 380GT/VRX/TMR380/Platinum
Engine: 3.8-Litre 6G75 V6 24V SOHC
Location: Torquay

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by z80 » 28 Aug 2012, 19:28

The 380 has a knock sensor, it advances and learns is what I am lead to understand.


I have removed these, complete with the heads, from my GT before the turbo's go in....decided it wasn't the "look" I wanted for this particular car.

So the heads, cams, etc etc are sitting waiting for a decision on which 6G75 I put them into....probably the manual with supercharger from the GT...want to see how a manual supercharged 380 dyno's anyway...

Image
Twin turbo Mitsubishi 380GT -16 PSI boost with 3.9 litres and LSD conservatively at ... 270Kw @ 710Nm at the wheels!
Supercharged TMR380 ....complete with custom Quaife limited slip differential.........191kw @400NM at the wheels
No virtual dyno here.

z80
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Posts: 1477
Joined: 24 Apr 2011, 16:24
State: Victoria
Model: 380GT/VRX/TMR380/Platinum
Engine: 3.8-Litre 6G75 V6 24V SOHC
Location: Torquay

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by z80 » 28 Aug 2012, 19:31

By the way....removing heads from a 6G75 is about the easiest i have ever done on any car....(having a hoist helps of course....:))


Put everything at TDC to start....(very important)

Drain water and oil...off with plenum crap etc...disconnect wiring and timing belts...manifolds...Stainless steel head gaskets just come off clean..too easy....

Torque head bolts to 108nm with new digital torque wrench...loosen off...back to 108nm in a spiral pattern from middle out and its perfect as per the book.

Timing belt is a piece of cake as long as you turn the cams in by a notch towards each other before releasing cam tensioner and belt.

Can do it with my eyes shut after this little job.
Twin turbo Mitsubishi 380GT -16 PSI boost with 3.9 litres and LSD conservatively at ... 270Kw @ 710Nm at the wheels!
Supercharged TMR380 ....complete with custom Quaife limited slip differential.........191kw @400NM at the wheels
No virtual dyno here.

Lukin
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State: Queensland
Model: 2005 TW VRX Magna
Engine: 3.5-Litre 6G74 V6 24V DOHC
Transmission: 5 Speed Tiptronic Automatic

Re: 6G75 camshafts-installed and running

Post by Lukin » 20 Jan 2020, 02:31

Any way to get a repost of the image, can't see it here. Takes me to image shack and cannot see it there either lol

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