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We finished up our twin turbo system and made 439WHP / 449TQ at 8.5 PSI, with no additional modifications, on 91 octane. This is a modified version of our current twin turbo system with upgraded 60-1 Hi Fi Turbos (instead of T3 Super 60s) with 1000WHP Potential, great streatability, and reliability. Soon enough we will be testing the kit with more aggressive tuning and higher boost to try to reach 500whp on a stock motor.

Here are the dyno graphs,

 

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do u have pics of the setup?
 

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Originally posted by ayman350z@Aug 14 2005, 11:07 PM
with no additional modifications???
you mean on stock engine?

Keep in mind, the stock internals don't limit other kits from achieving over 400hp. The stock internals limit all kits from running reliably over 400hp
 

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Originally posted by DiRN+Aug 15 2005, 08:35 AM-->
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with no additional modifications???
you mean on stock engine?

Keep in mind, the stock internals don't limit other kits from achieving over 400hp. The stock internals limit all kits from running reliably over 400hp
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Agreed. Even if you reach 500whp with stock internals, how long would you actually be able to run that for without blowing something up?
 

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Originally posted by Napoleon@Aug 14 2005, 11:48 PM
do u have pics of the setup?
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The original post was deleted, so were the pics and video because of "advertising".


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Since, as you were told, the original post was suspended, not deleted, it has been unsuspended after further review
 

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Originally posted by DiRN@Aug 15 2005, 09:28 AM
Since, as you were told, the original post was suspended, not deleted, it has been unsuspended after further review
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Dirn. :yourock: I will be more careful in my future posts in the future.



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Originally posted by aps+Aug 15 2005, 04:55 PM-->
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Good work. :clap: Hey nice peak power at just 7 psi though the power/torque curve looks very weak in the low to mid rpm range, do you have a graph of power versus rpm (not road speed)? :cheers:

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We had some problems with the tach signal.Our tach loop was acting loopy :doh: The peak torque comes in at 4100 rpms so that should give you an idea of where the power band is.The turbos we used were quite large for this application which is why the low-end is not as good as it could be. However 449 ft/lbs from 4100 to 428 ft/lbs at redline is pretty impressive if you ask me.There is alot more to be had.We will be dynoing the car real soon again and see if we can break that 500 WHP mark on stock internals,heads,cams,etc.......... :OMG:


If you guys want to see pictures and dyno video look in the other thread titled SFR 60-1 twin-turbo 439hp, 449 ft/lbs
 
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