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Old 04-09-2008, 06:02 PM   #81
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Old 04-09-2008, 06:26 PM   #82
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if that were the case, then why have i been arguing that all day.

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Old 04-10-2008, 01:25 AM   #84
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yep, youtube videos for all your turbo information. There are plenty of hondas making 650rwhp with a Stage I .63 A/R T3 turbine.



no. because the a/r has a lot to do with ultimate power output, like i posted the graph of previously. If i wanted to make **** tons of power, I'd choose a larger A/R and possible go with a stage higher turbine wheel. This lessens the overlap of the blades on the wheel to further reduce backpressure and increase the velocity. It's all a compromise. Since I chose overall performance me T3 utilizes a .48 A/R, if I want top end only for that 2000RPM powerband, I'd go with a .63 and make more power per psi. If I went with a larger turbine and a larger a/r, chances are it may not spool at all.
See if you can find one Honda flowing 650whp through a stage 1, t3 turbine in a .63 housing.
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Old 04-10-2008, 02:08 AM   #85
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I walk around sucking this guys dick, he has more experience and knowledge, has referenced more books and given me more academic and peer reviewed material to read than I have figured out what to do with.

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I sprayed a 100 shot of nitrous across a stage 5 wheel with .63 housing, it started choking in the low 600 range and the car went full rich since the engine couldn't breathe enough air to burn the fuel provided by the injectors and nitrous jet. If I'd had the time I could have set up secondary mappings to pull fuel past 7500 rpms (where it went rich) when the nitrous was flowing and might have hit 650+. Probably wouldn't have been worth the time it took, though.
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