So true to my constant egging on of you other faggettes on here, I turned my boost up to 25psi just for the hell of it and holy **** its just too much for even my brand new goodyear eagle F1s to handle. Zero traction in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and some of 4th.
After doing that and my motor surviving it, I can see that there is no point to 25psi on this turbo without some seriously sticky tires. I think 21 psi is where its going to stay for a while even after the other motor is put in.
What turbo are you running again?
I say turn it up to 30psi and do a dyno pull and set the stock block record.
The bottom end is completely stock with about 137k miles on it now. Its from a 94.
Now ladies and gheys, we had the dyno day today and it was a mustang dyno we were on. I looked at my ecu tonight when I got home and realized that my boost gauge is off a bit. Ive actually been at 19psi all this time, not 22 but lets just say that tonight, I remedied that and then some.
First here is what a manly miata looks and sounds like on the dyno
With that being said, I ended up making a paltry 290rwhp, 248tq. at a legit 22psi. I should've turned it up more but oh well. The week that I put my new block in, Ill turn the boost up way more on the dyno and shoot for a really nice number but for now, this was my base line run as I came off of the street