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Old 11-25-2009, 11:52 AM   #21
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With the BEGi S3 I made 251wtq on a dynodynamics at 16psi. It made 12psi at 4000 rpm, 15psi at 4500rpm.

I switched to Tim's ABSURDflow **** and on a Mustang dyno made 244wtq at 4000rpm at 11psi (in the shitty, fog and rain), it made 16psi at like 3500rpm with the same turbo and exhaust. I still have not made it back to the dyno to finalize tuning and make a real dyno after my boost controller died. I can't wait to see what this car does at 18psi if it doesn't run out of efficiency.

This car is faster at 11psi than it ever was at 15psi on the old log manifold.

This is a necro-thread, but there is no reason to run anything smaller than a 2871.
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:54 AM   #22
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Coming from some one with a 2.0L, you need to get ATLEAST a .86AR 2871R or 2876R. Both of those turbos would easily retain daily drivability with little to no lag. I wish I had gone with a 2871R and I am kicking myself.
And I will continue to maintain that on a built engine with IWG set up, the 3071 is the go-to turbo, and a 35r for EWG. The dyno charts don't lie.
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The second dyno is off. The torque and hp do not cross at 5252RPM so they are on different scales.
The second dyno plot attached to this thread is of my car, and it does cross at 5252. What are you looking at? Or what kind of crack are you smoking?
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Back when I had my old turbo kit, I suffered from severe premature ejaculation. I could hardly look at a woman without tossing if something brushed against my genetic legacy. After switching to Tim's parts, I now have ABSURDstamina where I can go for hours, satisfying 3-5 supermodels at a time.
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I can go for hours, satisfying 3-5 male supermodels at a time.
Corrected.

As for Tim's Absurdflow products: with all else being equal, my MSM with its Absurdflow 3" turboback dyno'd at 213 rwhp with 204 ft. lb., whereas most other MSMs with the standard FM/BEGI turbobacks dyno in the high 180s / low 190s. My car also spooled 500rpm faster than the bolt-on options.
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