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  • gunda's Avatar
    Today, 01:17 AM
    If the sensor connections were swapped the car would throw codes right away when you start it up. Do you get these 2 codes immediately or under certain driving conditions?
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  • Traf's Avatar
    Today, 01:12 AM
    We should look into signle turbo a group buy for European, maybe we could work something out.
    16 replies | 1523 view(s)
  • SpeedLimit?'s Avatar
    Today, 12:25 AM
    Damn near Tesla levels of response! Would love to see what that torque curve looks like.
    1 replies | 41 view(s)
  • Redbeanbun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:58 PM
    You sure it's not caused by parameters in the com port settings ?
    81 replies | 7768 view(s)
  • titium's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 PM
    2x 6258s and 1 downpipe and you're already approaching the price of existing stage 3s. Then you've got install/fabrication costs, manifold, brackets, custom oil and water lines, some sort of inlet/ filter, custom outlets and the list goes on. Not to mention space constraints... You really sure you want to place that bet lol
    129 replies | 13105 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 PM
    A Mustang GT making 775 rear wheel horsepower on E85 courtesy of a Procharger at 14 psi is nothing to take lightly. Unless you happen to have an Arrow 9.0 liter stroked Gen V Dodge Viper V10 that also has upgraded heads and an aftermarket camshaft. The Viper is just brutal. It just takes off instantly and that is what you get with 9.0 liters of American muscle. A Procharger just will not offer that same instant throttle response and builds its torque toward redline. Just incredible how quick this naturally aspirated Viper is. The Viper is on NT05R tires and also has American Racing Headers, an underdrive pulley, and a titanium catback exhaust.
    1 replies | 41 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    A Mustang GT making 775 rear wheel horsepower on E85 courtesy of a Procharger at 14 psi is nothing to take lightly. Unless you happen to have an Arrow 9.0 liter stroked Gen V Dodge Viper V10 that also has upgraded heads and an aftermarket camshaft. The Viper is just brutal. It just takes off instantly and that is what you get with 9.0 liters of American muscle. A Procharger just will not offer that same instant throttle response and builds its torque toward redline. Just incredible how quick this naturally aspirated Viper is. The Viper is on NT05R tires and also has American Racing Headers, an underdrive pulley, and a titanium catback exhaust.
    1 replies | 22 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:28 PM
    Ok but will this fit in the same space? Regarding stuffing cartridges into housings they weren't meant to go into isn't that where they make they most of their money? Why would it be in their interest to stop doing this or providing a better alternative?
    129 replies | 13105 view(s)
  • levanime's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:48 PM
    Yes on the bench (I work on this stuff) I waited 30 mins, and cable light was blinking, Then i closed app and cable light stopped blinking I left dme in this condition for now, lmk if u want to test something
    21 replies | 1508 view(s)
  • TEC's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 PM
    The thing is...nothing you have mentioned is that big of a deal. Every platform that I can think of has to deal with pretty much these same issues. The biggest reason that I would want to go this route is that you will not be relying on some small company to properly stuff a cartridge into a housing they werent meant to go in. Not to mention, running two BW EFR 6258 would be beastly, they have almost insta-spool. Also, the turbo incorporates a "bov" and very good wastegates so no more having to worry about wastegate rattles, surging from improper bov setups, etc. I am willing to bet money that you could produce something and have a price point that is very close to cost of some of the existing "stage 3" turbos or single turbos.
    129 replies | 13105 view(s)
  • Rob@RBTurbo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:58 PM
    Last year as part of our alignment with industry standards we queried for all of the overseas cast wastegate offerings to offer as a "base" wastegate upgrade offering. This was a necessary cost cutting measure as our internal wastegates are 100% CNC'd out of USA high quality high heat anti-wear matched stainless steels which is NOT a cheap process even on our own equipment as it takes a lot of machine time. Anyway we found three offerings at that time and ordered them all and then categorized them to overall design including wastegate lever bushing to interface rod length and width along with clearance specs between all of the moving parts. The end result was that this wastegate solution was our least favorite while the first and second were very close to one another. This wastegate solution is not the version of wastegates any of competitors have used to the best of my knowledge, alongside this we have gotten several of them back installed in cores worn very badly over a short period of time (many are buying them as a DIY "fix" on Ebay). Ultimately the units we selected were still not up to our acceptance levels so we still make our own custom Bushing and Flapper to tighten up the clearances to what we feel are more ideal. Since the bushing and flapper are solely lathe operations and we are "only" using USA SS304, this isn't TOO costly of an addition and we feel it is for the best when it comes to WG longevity so we do it. So in short even the best units needed some help. Agree that an actual true Stage 3 Twin setup (ie. CP-e Atmosphere, VTT Stage 3) is going to be costly. However based on todays standards of stages- a setup like that should be considered maybe 4, 5, or 6... we are certain more of these options may come in time but the costs will never be what most consumers would hope. Rob
    129 replies | 13105 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
    Tuning for the 991.2 generation Porsche 911 9A2 3.0 models is not coming easily. The ECU is posing problems and only GIAC is doing any sort of flash tuning at the moment. They require removing the ecu and they also have a price point of $2500. With limited flash tuning options piggybacks have a place in the market at least early on. DTE Systems in Germany offers a tuning box with the following claims: A 991.2 Carrera owner in Bangkok tested the DTE box out. His car has the full Fabspeed exhaust including headers as well as sport cats and an IPD plenum so it will make more power and torque than stock. The dyno type is a Dynocom which in our experience reads slightly higher than a Dynojet: Apologies for the tiny graph but in the top performance mode the DTE box picks up 33 wheel horsepower and 44 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. Modest gains but close enough to the claims by DTE. BoostAddict has a VR Tuning Box for the Project 991.2 Carrera that has yet to be installed. It is a different hardware unit than the DTE box without selectable modes. Vivid Racing also claims greater gains. Expect dyno testing in the next few weeks. Note: Ignore the Carrera S badging in the dyno video. The owner added it along with the exhaust tips to make it look like an S.
    2 replies | 75 view(s)
  • trevorlee02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:08 PM
    Yes, I believe that most of this has been resolved. Just waiting for BT cable specifics, it will decrease the read/write speed to almost a few min...
    81 replies | 7768 view(s)
  • trevorlee02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    How long has this been going for? Your doing this from the bench, correct?
    21 replies | 1508 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:41 PM
    Pretty good performance here although we expect more out of the car based on some acceleration videos posted. A 12.3 @ 115 in the 1/4 mile is respectable but this was done during the summer and the vehicle should be capable of breaking into the 11's with the all wheel drive. The owner mentioned a shifting issue: Maybe the quickest way to get it down the strip is to hit the shifts manually? We'll get a better idea as more owners take delivery but it is odd to hear about a shifting issue like this that was not present in the video linked in the beginning of the article.
    0 replies | 151 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:33 PM
    Pretty good performance here although we expect more out of the car based on some acceleration videos posted. A 12.3 @ 115 in the 1/4 mile is respectable but this was done during the summer and the vehicle should be capable of breaking into the 11's with the all wheel drive. The owner mentioned a shifting issue: Maybe the quickest way to get it down the strip is to hit the shifts manually? We'll get a better idea as more owners take delivery but it is odd to hear about a shifting issue like this that was not present in the video linked in the beginning of the article.
    0 replies | 6 view(s)
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