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Congrats on the times and great vid!
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GEEZZZ!!!!! That was only at what...7psi?
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Yup..About 6.5-7psi..stock 91 octane map..
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[b] Yup..About 6.5-7psi..stock 91 octane map..
Incredible!!!

I thought I heard the rev limiter hit on the 1-2 shift as someone mentioned before also. That is probably what added the .05 as well.

I'm wondering...the aps time that is posted of 11.97 @ 9.2psi...was that run on the stock tires?
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Hey do you have any dyno numbers yet??? I am very interested in the APS kit, as I am sure many others are.

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[b] Yup..About 6.5-7psi..stock 91 octane map..
Incredible!!!

I thought I heard the rev limiter hit on the 1-2 shift as someone mentioned before also. That is probably what added the .05 as well.

I&#39;m wondering...the aps time that is posted of 11.97 @ 9.2psi...was that run on the stock tires?
As far as I know, I think that time was on stock tires!!

Makes you wonder what Jay at MRC will be capable of when the car is tuned
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As far as I know, I think that time was on stock tires!!

Makes you wonder what Jay at MRC will be capable of when the car is tuned¬* ¬*
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No kidding!! They&#39;ve got to be putting over 400 to the wheels already. Someone else was running a Greddy TT with 780 hks injectors putting 467 hp to the wheels and only ran a 12:12 (street tires though). I think he was running over 9psi on the boost as well. That right there shows you (me anyway) the difference in performance between the two kits.
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As far as I know, I think that time was on stock tires!!

Makes you wonder what Jay at MRC will be capable of when the car is tuned¬* ¬*
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No kidding!! They&#39;ve got to be putting over 400 to the wheels already. Someone else was running a Greddy TT with 780 hks injectors putting 467 hp to the wheels and only ran a 12:12 (street tires though). I think he was running over 9psi on the boost as well. That right there shows you (me anyway) the difference in performance between the two kits. [/quote]
You cannot compare slicks to a car on street tires. Im not surprised 7 psi gets them a 12.1 compared to Phunks car who your thinking of who runs 12.1 @ 118 on street tires. Phunks car is running more boost and makes slightly more power, as you can see by his 4 mph higher trap. Give him slicks and he&#39;s 11&#39;s easy. Give the APS kit 9 psi and street tires and the times will be similar to the Greddy-Id say slighly quicker, but at the cost of a few thousand $$. BTW I am in no way knocking on the APS kit, I think its an awesome out of the box kit, and if I had the $$$$ for it I would get it over the Greddy kit.
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As far as I know, I think that time was on stock tires!!

Makes you wonder what Jay at MRC will be capable of when the car is tuned¬* ¬*
No kidding!! They&#39;ve got to be putting over 400 to the wheels already. Someone else was running a Greddy TT with 780 hks injectors putting 467 hp to the wheels and only ran a 12:12 (street tires though). I think he was running over 9psi on the boost as well. That right there shows you (me anyway) the difference in performance between the two kits. [/quote]
You cannot compare slicks to a car on street tires. Im not surprised 7 psi gets them a 12.1 compared to Phunks car who your thinking of who runs 12.1 @ 118 on street tires. Phunks car is running more boost and makes slightly more power, as you can see by his 4 mph higher trap. Give him slicks and he&#39;s 11&#39;s easy. Give the APS kit 9 psi and street tires and the times will be similar to the Greddy-Id say slighly quicker, but at the cost of a few thousand $$. BTW I am in no way knocking on the APS kit, I think its an awesome out of the box kit, and if I had the $$$$ for it I would get it over the Greddy kit. [/quote]
Last time I checked I thought Phunk was having engine issues was he not? He lost something like 60whp on his last dyno..did everything work out for him??
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He had a slight crack in one of the pistons and was burning oil....I havent heard any progress on his new block going in the car. Did you guys get to dyno the APS kit or no?
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