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Old 08-14-2011, 11:23 PM
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Nope, just the truth. Seems i'm the only person a round that can get power out of a charger.
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I think you're the only person who realized that a supercharger (like a turbo) is best ran with out pow-pow-POWERCARDZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

Way back when, I ran my M45 hard and squeezed 168whp out of it. No easy feat 7 years ago. I was so proud.

Now that you're on par with average turbo setups you need to step it up and really spin that blower. Stock engines are for turds. I remember reading that TDR had a MP62 over 280whp, don't remember the engine management though. I'm sure with a built short block you could squeeze all the power you'll ever need out of the blower.

I thought I read somewhere that you un-throttled your MP62, or am I just making **** up?

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The tdr nb is 280hp with a built motor, a greedy piggy back, ported intake and ported blower. The owner thinks there is no way my car is putting down 250 even with a dyno sheet. I could make well over 300 with his motor/blower/intake.

Car is down tuned 10 to 15hp to make it 91oc safe and is getting a 3 psi cut to keep from braking a rob.
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What are you making? The MOAB I just bought was dyno'd at 248 whp if I remember correctly. Not planning on leaving it at 19 psi, however.
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Old 08-15-2011, 02:13 PM
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all on a 10th anniversary miata on powercardzzz and an intake
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Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
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all on a 10th anniversary miata on powercardzzz and an intake
Pics or it didn't happen, this is more to this story then you say.

And my numbers are still better.
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Pics or not, it still didn't happen. 200HP from an M45 on a PC-Pro and otherwise stock motor and pullies?
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I am not on much, but I am still around
i could do sexy thing with your car.

but again no one has yet to show me a set up that does not include modding anything past the fmic out tube that makes both good low end go go gadget torque and good hp.
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all on a 10th anniversary miata on powercardzzz and an intake
hahah i saw that on my phone and didn't couldn't see it was not in hp/ftlb
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You are a *******. Lord of the gayz.
Was looking at what it would cost to register **** Trey Racing today. True story.
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Originally Posted by jeff_man View Post
Nope, just the truth. Seems i'm the only person a round that can get power out of a charger.
Really? You sure about that?


91 Oct. 14.5PSI peak, lifted early.
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Yeah, but those are Canadian ft/lbs. You have to multiply by 0.82 to get SAE.

(ducks)

That's actually some pretty impressive work for a Rotrex. Torque ramp is sadly characteristic of most centrifugal blower setups, but a very impressive top end.
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Yeah torque sucks and I fully agree. I am considering dropping the RPM limit more to spin the blower faster, earlier. If I drop to 7200RPM I should be in the 210-220ft/lbs area and likely break the 300whp mark.
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Have you ever considered using a form of active boost control, such as a servo-controlled bypass or variable inlet restrictor? It seems that, within the RPM and compressor efficiency limits of the supercharger, this would give a more favorable torque curve as compared to a static inlet restriction.
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