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A14T performance dyno
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Anyone know the hp/tq 0-60 and 1/4m times,
Possibly a dyno sheet of a 80mm bore out of an A14T?

I was thinking about turning my B310 into an original powerhouse
with the A14 motor, by getting the twin carbs and intake.

Otherwise it'll be swapped out for a KA24DE.

Anyone got some figures for me before I make that descision?

Drifting or road racing, if it'll kick out the rear with the A14T,
I'm all about showing up some fools in my 1979 B310.

Posted on: 2012/11/28 18:07
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Hey build310 I hav just had my b310 a14 twin 40mm weber dcoe motor tuned,
It is STD bore with new STD type pistons fully ballanced lightened flywheel
1mm over size inlet valves STD exhaust valves double valve springs lightweight push rods big port job on the head Which is a h75 head wade 446 camshaft arp head studs so fairly mild I guess it made 65.3kw -89hp pulls pretty good lots of fun my dyno tuner said I would get more out of it with bigger chokes in the carbs but for now I'm happy

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ka20de with reground Ka24de cams and headers for the win

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Well done, that is well over 100 HP net. Good for a little 1.4 liter engine.

80 mm overbore A14 adds 160cc or 12%.

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KA24DE is a fine motor. A turbo A series is cool though. Just think about what you plan on doing with the car and if the words 'daily driver' or 'reliable' are included you should steer towards the KA.

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To clarify if your talking A14T as in twin carb then the 75HP at the wheels won't exactly move your 2000lb car rapidly, we're talking 17 seconds. If you are talking A14 Turbo then that would go pretty decent, high 14 seconds. For drifting I'd expect you'll want 130HP at the wheels or more and that will be a pretty stoutly tuned A-series that likely won't be streetable.

As for road racing.................you can have a lot of fun for not a lot of bucks using the A-series UNLESS you plan on the car being a giant killer................you can get 150 RWHP with an A-series but it will be running 14-1 compression, 9000 RPM redline and really wild cams, it will need a close ratio 5 speed as the standard box drops will cuase it to go off the cam...............AND you'll be going through the motor for every 5-6 hours of run time.

Tom

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