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GT2554R VS GT2560R VS GT2860R VS T3 50 Trim

Old 11-26-2016, 11:26 PM
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And the 6258. As long as we all are in agreement that you are bored and have too much time on your hands. Stock 1.6 equals 2554. I almost went 2554 myself then realized I am not a poor and bought a EFR like and adult.

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Old 11-26-2016, 11:44 PM
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Originally Posted by farpolemiddle View Post
And the 6258. I almost went 2554 myself then realized I am not a poor and bought a EFR like and adult.
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Originally Posted by farpolemiddle View Post
I almost went 2554 myself then realized I am not a poor and bought a EFR like and adult.
lol. My excuse is that I went and got drunk
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My girlfriend told me to.
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I admit I was high on pain killers post surgery when I clicked "buy now." My original opinion still stands though.
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Originally Posted by farpolemiddle View Post
I almost went 2554 myself then realized I am not a poor and bought an EFR like an adult.
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Basically I've come over to the camp of "If something is a reliability problem on the track, just ask Andrew and do what he says".
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Old 11-27-2016, 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted by hi_im_sean View Post
If you're bored, Id ask that you include a TD04L-13T from an WRX on your next evaluation.
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I'd ask that you include an efr 6758 overlaid on the TD04
Originally Posted by farpolemiddle View Post
And the 6258. As long as we all are in agreement that you are bored and have too much time on your hands. Stock 1.6 equals 2554. I almost went 2554 myself then realized I am not a poor and bought a EFR like and adult.
Well, maybe I should make a new thread then, because the first couple of pages is utter crap with old data and calculations. And since I will probably introduce the EFR's into my graphs/calculations then it would probably be a good idea to post it in a fresh thread. Just to keep it more clear to everybody.

Would like to hear everybody's opinion about that.

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If we're all being needy I would be interested in a theoretical boost curve that would be needed to maintain 225 ft/lb of torque throughout the rpm range, on a 1.8 with a GT2560. I assume you'll run out of flow needed to keep raising the boost at higher RPM, but the shape of the curve would be a huge time saver on the dyno once I get my pile together.
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Old 11-27-2016, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Bronson M View Post
If we're all being needy I would be interested in a theoretical boost curve that would be needed to maintain 225 ft/lb of torque throughout the rpm range, on a 1.8 with a GT2560. I assume you'll run out of flow needed to keep raising the boost at higher RPM, but the shape of the curve would be a huge time saver on the dyno once I get my pile together.
a static level of 17psi of boost:

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Well that's easy enough.......
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Originally Posted by Bronson M View Post
Well that's easy enough.......
to be fair it required an IM and larger TB, but that was the only change between the bottom plot and the two above:

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I assume this is with a full 3" exhaust as well right?

I have the intake covered....,.
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Old 11-28-2016, 07:31 AM
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yeah, with an absurdflow turbo manifold. pretty sure otherwise it was a stock 99 block.
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Comparing requested turbos. Thanks all for your interest in this thread.

https://www.miataturbo.net/diy-turbo...6/#post1377902

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