ported (Y)yes it's an ma09ert.... I don't know which is the fastest, but my K10 ma10s runs in arround 10 or less seconds 0-60 (don't really know, because I don't trust my gearbox).
I have never messured top speed, but should be arround a real 185 -190 km/h (114 mph) the air resistance is the biggest problem and I don't trust my gearbox anymore.
hp i didn't messure too but arround 90-100hp I will messure it next year.
- twin 36 dcnf weber with custon inlet
- custom exhaust manifold
- 296° cam
- skimmed cylinder head with wider in and outlet canal (don't know the english terms)
Now the winter in coming and I decided to put my regular carb in, because I won't need the power in the winter and the standard carb uses less fuel
assuming power doesn't drop suddenly, so the next gear drops straight in the power zone. no different in a mx5, OC's recommend reving the nuts off.the ma12 is a longstroke engine, which means that it has nice torque but doesn't like high revs.... My ma10 has the most power at 6000rpm so why should I rev to 7000 or more?
Sure, but you have a drop of arround 500rpm if you shift, so why torture the engine with high revs? I think it depends on the drivers profileassuming power doesn't drop suddenly, so the next gear drops straight in the power zone. no different in a mx5, OC's recommend reving the nuts off.
Hands down Ed's would win on a 1/4 mile but on a track I wouldnt think so (Sorry Ed) , power isnt everything especially on a tight track like Mondello in IrelandBaz would win then! I think his car is set up for track use with semi slicks and all that stuff. He took me out in it and it cournered like a fly.
(Y) Man definitely it would do well ,high compression (ish)high rpm, go kart style handling ( I'm 100% Johnny can get a great turn in for you) get all the weight out, but maybe go Ma12 ?well ive a ma10 engine sitting at home with 53k on it and im thinkin on the lines of head work and decent inlet and exhaust and staying N/A a power gain of 20-30hp would be unreal to have
and to baz
mondello is 1 of the greatest tracks ever (Y)
like a 75hp ma10 with a decent suspension set up would be class round mondello
I want to get a k10 N/A noticed up there :glare:
I think it will have arround 105hp or a bit more, depends on the skim. Also if this car should be your daily drive and you use the lightened flywheel your cam should not be more then 296° otherwise ist would be undriveable. It would be idling really bad.Im hoping my ma10 engine im building should be a quick one.
Dave walker head:
#kent valve springs
custom cam (dunno duration)
cbr600 bike carbs
4 branch exhaust manifold
It doesnt idle atm with the kent cam and non existent auto choke lolI think it will have arround 105hp or a bit more, depends on the skim. Also if this car should be your daily drive and you use the lightened flywheel your cam should not be more then 296° otherwise ist would be undriveable. It would be idling really bad.
Just gotta find some pipe for my inlet manifold and then an exhaust manifold and it will be going inWell it's about time we found out then
Go For It!! (Y)
Well its going in my daily so will have to see how many it will do. the engine ive built had 150k on the clock and the bottom end is untouched! just checked lol!It's possible. But the engine will not last 60,000miles that's clear.
I got the cylinder head of a grass track racer and he said with an SU carb on they saw over 100bhp on the dyno :blues:The fastest K10 MA10's i think are those autograss boys they get their 1.0l K10's over the 100bhp for racing
"car weighs 490kg and has more bhp per tonne than a mitsibishi evo 10"
Not sure how long the engine would last but it would fly