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      09-24-2012, 07:51 PM   #45
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I've got some updates for you.

Just after she came off the truck.



The old look of the engine bay.



The stock twins came off today.

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      09-24-2012, 11:29 PM   #46
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Your welcome!!

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      09-24-2012, 11:36 PM   #47
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      09-25-2012, 10:18 AM   #48
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Hey, nice hood I've got a similar setup w/o the vents. What make is yours? Any fitment issues with the hood being higher than the fenders? Any yellowing on the top edge where the CF is?

Great looking car, hopefully will be sending mine out west soon too
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      10-11-2012, 06:58 PM   #50
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      10-11-2012, 07:07 PM   #51
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With 93oct still in the tank, that car was a lion on the dyno. Super easy to tune and perfectly consistent, run after run after run. Dyno graphs to come soon....

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With 93oct still in the tank, that car was a lion on the dyno. Super easy to tune and perfectly consistent, run after run after run. Dyno graphs to come soon....

shiv
Can't wait.

That reminds me, I think I have some E85 left in the tank...but feel free to tune it for that
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How much boost to make 515whp on that 58mm?
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      10-11-2012, 10:47 PM   #54
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I've got some updates for you.

Just after she came off the truck.


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      10-12-2012, 12:39 AM   #55
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How much boost to make 515whp on that 58mm?
Approximately 23psi. And this is one a mustang dyno. Should be right around 580-590 on a dynojet.
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      10-12-2012, 08:19 AM   #56
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Approximately 23psi. And this is one a mustang dyno. Should be right around 580-590 on a dynojet.
What do you think a 58mm turbo on a 6MT would make at 15-16psi? 94 octane, no meth. How much more do you think the 62mm would make at the same boost pressure? I'm asking for road course purposes. Thanks
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What do you think a 58mm turbo on a 6MT would make at 15-16psi? 94 octane, no meth. How much more do you think the 62mm would make at the same boost pressure? I'm asking for road course purposes. Thanks
At just 15-16psi, at 58mm 6mt would probably make around 475whp. At full boost, around 600whp. Hard to know for sure since that is the one combination we have never tester. But I think a 58mm would be killer on a 6mt.
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At just 15-16psi, at 58mm 6mt would probably make around 475whp. At full boost, around 600whp. Hard to know for sure since that is the one combination we have never tester. But I think a 58mm would be killer on a 6mt.
More details on your 803 dyno run!
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At just 15-16psi, at 58mm 6mt would probably make around 475whp. At full boost, around 600whp. Hard to know for sure since that is the one combination we have never tester. But I think a 58mm would be killer on a 6mt.
Thats perfect, I think between 450-500rwhp would be the best for road course, above that its probably too hard to control. Not that I won't try.

But the low boost would keep the engine stress way down, and the smaller turbo would be more responsive. Might just be the ticket...
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Thats perfect, I think between 450-500rwhp would be the best for road course, above that its probably too hard to control. Not that I won't try.

But the low boost would keep the engine stress way down, and the smaller turbo would be more responsive. Might just be the ticket...
Yep... Would make a great track car. We have a customer who regularly tracks a 62mm 6mt with great success. The 58mm would be a sweet combo as well.
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chinoe92 - any updates? How was the drive?
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      10-14-2012, 11:21 PM   #62
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Just made it home from fftec to Arkansas yesterday, still recovering the tiredness of 33 hours of drive lol.will do a review write up in a few days!! So far this car just pulls like a beast!!!! It's just a whole new different feel compare to the stock twins, car just keeps on palling and pulling like it doesn't want to be stopped!
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Just made it home from fftec to Arkansas yesterday, still recovering the tiredness of 33 hours of drive lol.will do a review write up in a few days!! So far this car just pulls like a beast!!!! It's just a whole new different feel compare to the stock twins, car just keeps on palling and pulling like it doesn't want to be stopped!
Glad you made it home safe! Get some rest...although it might be hard knowing your beast is sitting outside
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Haha, that's a long drive. I drove from Portland to Moline IL last year. 1960 miles and took about the same time... Although I did hit 160 a few times going through IdaMexico, WyMexico, and NebraMexico... LOL Gotta love wide open road and nothing for miles...

Enjoy the ride... Single turbo changes the rule book... You just went from sports car to super car performance.

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Just made it home from fftec to Arkansas yesterday, still recovering the tiredness of 33 hours of drive lol.will do a review write up in a few days!! So far this car just pulls like a beast!!!! It's just a whole new different feel compare to the stock twins, car just keeps on palling and pulling like it doesn't want to be stopped!
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Congrats bro! You must be loving that power!

I love that front splitter! Where did yo get it from?

Cheers,

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Just made it home from fftec to Arkansas yesterday, still recovering the tiredness of 33 hours of drive lol.will do a review write up in a few days!! So far this car just pulls like a beast!!!! It's just a whole new different feel compare to the stock twins, car just keeps on palling and pulling like it doesn't want to be stopped!
Congrats on the safe trip home!
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