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A12iR Project (i = single point injection, R = supercharged)
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Hey guys anyone got some pics of supercharger setups to give me ideas of how I'm going to mount mine?

Bits I've got so far
-89 Astra 48mm throttle body with TPS and ISC
-89 Astra throttle linkages
-89 Astra coolant sensor
-89 Astra IAT sensor
-90 Daewoo Matiz MAP sensor
-90 Matiz knock sensor
-AMR500 SC from a Subaru apparently
-Mount for AMR500 from a Suzuki Sierra
-3-belt pulley from Nissan/Datsun forklift and other random pulleys
-GSXR C.O.P's



Having some trouble choosing an ECU that will support the COP's and the 4-wire stepper motor ISC, and finding a 550-600cc cone spray injector that won't break the bank.

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Posted on: 2014/2/21 13:42
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Re: A12iR Project (i = single point injection, R = supercharged)
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You can check my old photos. My old A15 setup used the alternator bracket to hold the supercharger on the right side. Move battery to trunk for more room.
Just be creative. Anything is possible.

Posted on: 2014/2/21 19:26
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Re: A12iR Project (i = single point injection, R = supercharged)
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Re: A12iR Project (i = single point injection, R = supercharged)
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Forgot to mention it's going to be built on a late model A12

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Haven't done anything on it in 2 or 3 years.

Now has gilmer pulleys from Kemotorsport in Adelaide.

I bought a new pair of injectors from CAPA Performance which are from the supercharged V6 (L67?) VT commodore, correct cc's with a little headroom according to the online calculator I used. Can't remember if the spray pattern is correct though.

Got an SR CAS modified to take an A-series gear and fit the hole. But after all that got done I realised the shaft has helical grooves in it which keep the oil out of the top section of the sensor. Too much money and messing about to make a new shaft with grooves in it the correct direction for the direction of rotation of the A-series (opposite direction of the SR). Instead I'll gut an A-series dizzy and make a 4 tooth trigger wheel to fit inside with a CAS inside or outside, and make an adapter for the crank to bolt a trigger wheel and the gilmer pulley to.

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Use the SR sensor. It won't foul with oil, at least peeps have been running them for years

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If you want to sell the modified SR CAS please message me. Im keen to modify it to make it work. I was going to do one but yours would save me time

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Having some trouble choosing an ECU that will support the COP's and the 4-wire stepper motor ISC
MegaSquirt 2 /MicroSquirt 3 will do it all. The only problem is finding the exact information on how-to (there is waaaay too much info on the various MegaSquirt versions). It is very capable and costs about $840 AUD or $400 USD. The MicroSquirt V3 is basically a pre-built MegaSquirt 2 in a smaller package so you can use either documentation. Also see our COP tech article -- on an A12, you can use a CA18DET, SR20 or VW COP ignitor with MegaSquirt

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I was looking at the microsquirt but it seemed very limited in what it could do. You use their Quadspark module to drive the COP's and other individual coil setups.

Posted on: 2018/4/25 5:11
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And as for the idle control, I ditched that idea, I'll probably just run a solenoid or two off some ports on the manifold with some metering holes of different sizes on the open side and drill them to get the idle speeds needed.

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