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Old 11-12-2012, 03:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default A Little Sneak View of CP-e Intake Manifold

Hi Guys,

While I was at CP-e, I caught a sight of what CP-e was working on. If they produce this, it will have provisions for port injection to supplement DI. I think there will be available port for water/meth. I'm hoping by next spring or next summer.









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Looks pretty sweet, and expensive.
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Sweet! Asking price: Your first born
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Nice looking plastic manifold.. LOL

CP-e is always working hard for us..
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Nice looking plastic manifold.. LOL

CP-e is always working hard for us..
But we work harder for their money lol

What is that made of? Looks like plaster on wood? It looks a lot like one I saw on msf made of sheet metal. I do like that they are aiming for extra injection, not that I will ever run it on my stock block lol
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But we work harder for their money lol

What is that made of? Looks like plaster on wood? It looks a lot like one I saw on msf made of sheet metal. I do like that they are aiming for extra injection, not that I will ever run it on my stock block lol
I believe this phase is just a model. Probably from the CAD drawings. I guess after this would be casting prototypes. I think CP-e has moved away from the sheet metal version. At the current phase, it may take them 6 months to a year to prototype, test-fit, test, modify (or adjust) and then finalize the the production configuration. Fuel management is the big thing.

I like where industry is going (not just CP-e) but looking at methods for fueling. DI was one break through. Now looking at port injection with DI. I asked about fuel management and they said they would control fuel for PI with a Standback and Profuel controller. (hmmmm I just traded in my Standback for an AP) I did see Sander, a while back, working on a fuel tank pump for dual injection.

All very interesting.
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This is interesting. Many car companies are looking at this combination to combat concerns of carbon and more economy.

Toyota uses it in the D-4S motor (FRS Scion 2013). Audi is jumping on board too.



the old MZR is catching up with the times it seems.


the 2014 mazda's will use this standard i bet.
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