Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build) 400Hp

Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build) 400Hp

Postby Screma » Thu Aug 23, 2012 5:49 pm

Hi all.

Its been a long time since ive had the chance to get onto the forum and post progress pictures of my tarmac CUDA. (Cuda-T)

The plan is to run a turbocharged Hayabusa powerplant and produce around 400hp. with full slicks and run nothing but tarmac hill climb, sprint and circuit events.

Still alot to go but here it is.


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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby 14WRC » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:02 pm

Nice looks the goods
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby MRT » Fri Aug 24, 2012 1:44 am

HI Screma. If it's as half as good as your Piranha build, It's gonna be a beauty.
By the looks of the pics. Your on the way there.
400 horses!!!!!!!!!!! Bloody heck. Mind the #%@*!!!#$*.

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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby 14WRC » Fri Aug 24, 2012 6:31 am

Have you considered shorting the arms since you won't
need long travel ? I guess the track width would suffer to much unless the frame was widened to compensate . Are you going to use the sway bars
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:39 am

Yeah sorry guys for being brief but i like to keep the details of the build a little hush hush =-)

a rear swaybar is definately on the cards, but i just want to have a play with it with just the shocks first. The shocks are piggyback king's and are 8" on the front and 12" rear. The valving, compression and rebound settings have all been changed to suit tarmac as well as the spring rates.

Engine has a load of internal mods such as Carillo Rods, CP Turbo pistons, titanium valves, heavy duty 65lb valve springs, APE clutch, APE case and head studs. All engine work done by APE.
Transmission has all been race cut, heavy duty output shaft, lightened and tested crank to 14000 RPM! All work done by R&D Transmissions

Enough secrets for now.

Stay tuned.
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby gunxw351 » Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:26 pm

thats crazy.. has anyone ever raced a buggy down the qauter??
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Dylan_ZX-Cuda » Wed Aug 29, 2012 7:55 pm

gunxw351 wrote:thats crazy.. has anyone ever raced a buggy down the qauter??



I dont know pal, but I can tell ya once mine is cams approved it is on the todo list!!
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby DeRat » Wed Aug 29, 2012 9:54 pm

I've been asked several times to take my Cuda to Willowbank & see what times it runs..... I'm guessing mid 10's. Is achievable........


Be a lot of fun having a go at that all the same
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby rossco » Fri Sep 07, 2012 11:54 pm

Thats awesome Reid. Always impressed with your quality work.
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:13 am

Back from Powder. The assembly begins....

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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:31 am

Engine has arrived and been completely built to handle 750hp!!

Full gearbox has been race cut and dog engaged from R&D Transmissions incl Heavy duty output shaft.
Carillo H beam Rods, CP Forged pistons, ARP case and Head studs, Larger oil gear, Adjustable cam gears, Titanium valves & retainers, HD 65lb valve springs, 0.080Cylinder spacer, APE track King Clutch kit with quick access cover, Koneig flat 2"sump with swinging pickup, ported head and prepped cylinders, APE cam chain conversion Kit. Crankshaft lightened and ballanced to 14000rpm with .02 left and .02 right balance. Oh baby. I cannot wait to match this with the Haltech PS1000 Platinum Pro with Racepak Dash.

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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:35 am

This is the standalone ECU and data logger i will be running to power the beast

Haltech Platinum PS1000 IQ3 Race Kit
Comes With ECU, Harness, IQ3 Logger Dash, Wideband and Sensor)

PS1000 Ecu Features

9 configurable inputs
Closed loop O2 control
Anti Lag & Launch Control
8 configurable Aux outputs
Exhaust gas temp fuel correction
4 injector channels (configurable)
4 ignition channels (configurable)
Sequential ignition up to 4 cylinders
Sequential injection up to 4 cylinders
Configurable 1024 load sites 32 x 32 map
Built In 2.5 Bar Map Sensor Optional External Map Sensor
Logging data logger dash features

GPS
2GB Memory
G Meter ( 3-axis)
32 Channel Logging

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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby itchyback » Tue Oct 16, 2012 11:39 am

That engine sounds badass, but i think it needs some flames, the reaper or skulls painted on it so it looks badass.
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:20 pm

Haha badass. It's certainly going to be a handful
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby chopper » Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:44 pm

this is awesome but you seriously have lost the plot, lol, i love it, 1hp per kg or so, i think the power to weight problem isnt a problem anymore
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Tue Oct 16, 2012 8:09 pm

Lol. I know chopper. I'm crazy. 1000bhp per tonne! Haha ;-) getting it to handle will be the key. I'm sourcing ally forged rims and Avon slick tyres at the moment. Plan to run 225 front and 275 rear. I'm going with 300m 930 axles to transmit the power as well. I don't want to snap a shaft. There will be a lot of power transmitting through everything, so anything I can make lighter now without sacrificing strength is critical.
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby DeRat » Tue Oct 16, 2012 9:46 pm

So Dead Sexy........ Lets have a beer in you shed & drool....'bout time, Knuckles & Greg when are we good for Beers @ Screama's?
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby MRT » Wed Oct 17, 2012 2:10 am

Hey Screma, I don't think power to weight ratio is going to be the problem.
What I'm wondering is, How the hell!! are you going to change your JOCKS!!! on the move?.
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby DeRat » Wed Oct 17, 2012 10:02 am

Going to be a Kick Arse ride, that's for sure...... can't wait to put this 'round lakeside or Mt Cotton..... Hint Hint
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Re: Screma Reborn (Tarmac Cuda Build)

Postby Screma » Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:46 pm

Haha MRT! I don't want a power curve as steep as Mt Everest so turbo choice is critical to getting the power to the ground. I'm thinking a Garrett GT3076r will be the go. I've been viewing a lot of 400hp turbo hayabusa powered Dax going around Tarmac on YouTube and the power delivery is brutal. They only weigh around the same as a cuda so it's good to compare.

YouTube Dax rush or turbo hayabusa Dax to see what I mean.
http://youtu.be/k3eXMIdJD-w

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