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Old 02-27-2010, 12:30 AM   #1
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I would like to start a post comparing the dyno graphs of the basic supercharged setups all the way up to custom ones to basic and custom turbocharged engines at similar power levels.

I think it would be a good reference. I'll see if I can find a SC dyno that compares to mine. However the large compressor and log manifold on my car are far from optimum. There will be better optimized systems than mine.

I guess excell graphs are ok?

If this has been done already in a comprehensive thread give me a link and I'll not go to so much work.

Best comparison I could find was the KB 12 PSI IC kit. Nice curves.


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300rwhp 2560 setup vs. 300rwhp rotrex setup






'94 SR20 T25 setup (stock exhaust) vs. Heavily modded 96 JRSC BBK setup





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Holy **** Brain. You got this covered lulz
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I figured he had a few of these laying around. The centrifugal SC's will probably almost always show less TQ at a similar peak HP level because of the mechanical link to engine RPM which is a failboat.

The only ones that will show similar to favorable numbers are the positive displacement SC's and they better be quite efficient. That Kenny Bell unit is very nice.

I have a 1.2L Whipple comparison to the GT2560 dyno ready to upload but I was wondering how many PSI the GT2560 is and what engine size? The Whipple is Chris's SSM car which I am unsure on engine size, but assume 1.8 or 1.9

I'll upload it anyway. I can edit later.


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Whipple SC's seem to offer the best of both worlds as far as down low torque and top end power.

Makes me want to keep my whipple and use that... :-)
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Whipple SC's seem to offer the best of both worlds as far as down low torque and top end power.

Makes me want to keep my whipple and use that... :-)
If I had one I would fix that bracket and use it. ;P
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it's paul's aburdflow. 14psi on a 99 block with BEGi IM.
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