MWR Stroker kit

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hogarth
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I'm going over on Tuesday morning as they are going to look at it again... shame, as I'd entered it at Loton Park Hill Climb tomorrow just to try it out!
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matt447
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Reading old posts on the topic, it sounds like 205WHP is achievable from this stroker kit without DDPR inlet… https://www.spyderchat.com/threads/mwr- ... 968/page-3

I’m not sure I 100% believe all these numbers, but you should certainly be over 205bhp at the flywheel if everything is working….
hogarth
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Hmmm.... thanks for that link, several different lines of thought there, perhaps the high power output itself is not what the stroker idea is about, so low/mid torque will suit me nicely for hill climbs if that what I get!
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matt447
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Definitely lots of conflicting info on strokers generally - but with the same top end as mine (nearly) I’d expect a similar output even if the stroker just gave you a bit more low-end grunt?
hogarth
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Anybody know of a rolling road / mapping place .... with a free diary date .....that I can get this Black ECU sorted?

I don't mind travelling as I have been let down by my normal place as the chap was rushing to get off on holiday!!!

I have the car booked into Loton Park Hill Climb early August, just to compare times to my Elise and have tried specialists RRR Engineering of Kimbolton, but earliest they can do is mid September!

Any suggestions please?

Also, looking ahead, I think my Lotus days are numbered ... (I've been offered a fast/road Porsche Cayman) ..... so this car is now for sale and I have two or three people seriously interested in the Elise at the end of the season.
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Fonzey
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There's a dealer finder on the ECUMaster website somewhere. All those listed are supposed to be capable of providing technical support and mapping, but I know the odd drop-shipper has snuck in, and not all will have dynos - but it at least gives you somewhere to start.

https://www.ecumaster.co.uk/dealers
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