Law Break celebrated their 30th Anniversary at Suzuka Motor Land with the company of Team Wharp, No Good Racing, ACROSS, and Zero Fighter
I forgot to mention in the previous post of “A look at Impact Ltd” about a EG that was built by Impact Ltd.
It appears at 2:03
I been chit chatting with Law Break member and Chief Executive Officer of Impact Ltd for awhile now. Here’s some of their motors they have built.
B20V: 86mm DC5 Pistons + B20 crank and rods equivalent to 13:1 C/R
TRUST camshafts (never released in the US). He swears by these cams and enjoys the power they provide.
He even uses them in his personal EK.
Here’s some other motors they built and a line up of some of the Impact cars
Toda Racing V-Tec Killar
Toda Racing ITB 44
Tuned on Haltech PS Sprint 500
Here you can see they have converted the motor to a coil on plug set up.
And they also hit the loop occasionally
He told me he plans on visiting America soon. I look forward to meeting him in person. Cheers/Kampai
Kanjo runners have mildly tuned motors. Mostly stock with bolts ons that make it breathe very well. Some use ROMtuned ecu’s, and it’s not surprising to see Spoon Sport and Mugen ecu’s as seen here:
Which is inside of this:
And when it comes to engine management some use Haltech:
Looking back at the Tactical Art EG6, they were tuning it with a APexi Power FC, which is a good engine management system but there are better stand alones out there to fine tune their cars; AEM EMS and Hondata just to name a few. After chit chatting with some active Kanjo racers that also participate in circuit racing, they took a picture of what they are currently using: