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Old 05-06-2010, 09:33 PM   #81
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Oh, I thought you were talking about someone else. I got rid of that SC61 a long time ago and have been running a 3076 for over a year now.
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That's what I thought. And exactly why I've been looking through your thread (and other 30r+ owners threads) with a fine toothed comb trying to figure out EXACTLY what I want.

What do you think I'll put down on 15-17psi with my planned setup?
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Figure around 325-355 whp with a solid tune.
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:06 AM   #84
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So is my goal of 320-330whp on this setup + e85 and 15-17psi unrealistic?
my 3076 gave 288whp at just 10psi so i think the numbers above should be acheivable. 23 psi was roughly 400whp, with a VERY safe tune. id rather have peace of mind, than the last few hp. it is already silly fast.
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Old 05-07-2010, 09:56 AM   #85
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Thank you for your input kind sir. It is much appreciated
You're on a 3076 just like JayL correct?
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355 whp with a solid tune.
This is what I would say with a pretty aggressive timing map you can have running the alky.

You better get those 1000s and the 255 walbro. This is a repeat, but I needed 700cc of flow to get ~290 whp on E85. You are going to burn the everloving **** out of that stuff at 355 wheel. Buy a corn field or corn futures on the commodity market, you will be supporting the local ag community with that setup. Not trying to steer you away from it, just be prepared.
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This is what I would say with a pretty aggressive timing map you can have running the alky.

You better get those 1000s and the 255 walbro. This is a repeat, but I needed 700cc of flow to get ~290 whp on E85. You are going to burn the everloving **** out of that stuff at 355 wheel. Buy a corn field or corn futures on the commodity market, you will be supporting the local ag community with that setup. Not trying to steer you away from it, just be prepared.
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yeah.. 3076
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:55 PM   #89
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Old 05-13-2010, 11:01 PM   #90
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lol @ internal gate. I suppose that 400whp means you won't need much gate if running a large AR turbine.
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Old 05-13-2010, 11:04 PM   #91
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I've gotten away with internal gated 30r's on subaru's quite a few times. Zero creep.

Its not exactly the same but then not too different either.

If need be I can easily port the **** out of that hotside and wg flapper hole.

Plus even if it does creep it will spool slow enough for there not to really be much time for it to really creep high.

I know this all just sounds like hopes and dreams LOL

We shall see
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(Starts packing bag and black clothing to go to CA and pull some Mission Impossible level cat burglary.)

That's some awesome hardware. If you do want to go external gate, you can just do that porting and put the EG on the down pipe
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Old 05-13-2010, 11:29 PM   #93
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Is that a BEGi manifold? T3 flange?
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Old 05-14-2010, 04:57 AM   #94
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begi s4
t2

I'm pretty sure they don't offer it in t3 unless its a custom 1off or something.
I got a decent deal on it and its brand new so I wasn't going to pick and choose
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I'm so jealous, that thing is gonna scream.
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A little boost creep at lower boost levels, ~10 psi helped flatten out the torque curve up top on that pull. And I was still making 265 wheel, even with the tiny turbo.
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Hurry up! I cant wait to see what your mild built motor can do with e85.
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Me too
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