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Old 01-27-2010, 04:14 PM   #1
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This was at 16 psi

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This is at 22 psi with Meth injection

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Phil...I'm going to get moving on that manifold...your dyno plot is speaking to me...it tells me your motor can't breath past peak torque.
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Phil...I'm going to get moving on that manifold...your dyno plot is speaking to me...it tells me your motor can't breath past peak torque.
Yea man, if that blox mani can keep torque above 240 at redline the car will be a whole new monster. I really cant wait to get my new mani/dp combo to see what that does. Those 3 things will determine if I'm going to jump up to a .86 turbine housing. I don't want to get to where my 5 speed becomes the weak link.
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Dude, you are already there...
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Is the afr on that plot accurate?
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No, not on that run.
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What boost was this run at? And was it with your funky intake manifold?
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26 psi I think, stock IM
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Yes 26 psi peak right at peak TQ then it slowly dropped to 22 psi at redline. IM was stock, what's funky about it?
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No I meant was that dyno with your funky blox manifold.

Did you ever actually dyno it? Or just seat of the pants?

I'm thinking of going with the same turbo, but I wouldn't run it much higher than 16-18PSI
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No I meant was that dyno with your funky blox manifold.

Did you ever actually dyno it? Or just seat of the pants?

I'm thinking of going with the same turbo, but I wouldn't run it much higher than 16-18PSI
You are ******* kidding, right? You change plans more than I change underwear...
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No I don't. I'm still all over the place. Once my engine is actually built I'll choose which way to go.
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PS you still up for selling your manifold/dp? :P
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No I meant was that dyno with your funky blox manifold.

Did you ever actually dyno it? Or just seat of the pants?

I'm thinking of going with the same turbo, but I wouldn't run it much higher than 16-18PSI
No, I never dyno'd with the blox IM. I'd like to but don't think its going to happen.
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PS you still up for selling your manifold/dp? :P
Everything will be for sale soon.
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nubbins will be rockin an NB like a tru playa

can't wait to see the badassery he will accomplish with a 1.8 and a superior head
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Man that's a fat torque curve. Must be a handful to drive in the corners.
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