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Old 04-12-2012, 01:46 AM   #1
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FM log mani + elbow dp
Custom 3 inch exhaust
Stock 99 head
Stock 99 intake
Weisco 8.8:1 pistons

282 HP
278 TQ
18 PSI



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stock rods?
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nah, bottom end is built. carillo rods.
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Doubt it, not many ppl would do pistons and not the known weak rods. If they are stock they wont be in the block for long . Looks awesome, any coments on how long that turbo will live at 18psi?
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Looks good.
I don't think the turbo will have a problem with 18psi though it does look like its near maxed out. Looks like a great daily driver/street car powerband.
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Cool, im wasnt sure if that whole 16psi thing was just people being silly or what not. Torque dropping off uptop on this size turbo is normal from what i read, but yours seems to be dropping off alot slower than oter dynos ive seen. Are you doing anything to "prop" it up like running a ton of additional timing up top / boost creeping a bit?.

Would be awesome to see a timing map if possible.

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Good power. Any chance you have a dyno chart scaled in RPM?

All you need now are some tubular hotside parts and an intake manifold, then you can recreate Paul's old numbers.
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Good numbers, time for a bigger snail?
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LOL I love the way MT members think :

turbo maxed out?

time for bigger snail and MOAR BOOST
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Looks like an awesome powerband. I'd love to see the spark map if you wouldn't mind sharing.

And +1 to the needs bigger turbo comments.
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