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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Meh, looks like this was 100 oct plus meth, not even 91 ACN piss fuel.
    Pffffffffffftttt. Horrible results, in that case.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    with 550+rwhp and Tq to match, it better run at least 11.108 @ 127+ mph Click here to enlarge

    only 500wtq.

    Same thing my stock turbo's made.




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    What are the 60-130 times from a single turbo automatic trans?
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    I agree... Terrible results. Only ~100whp more at 65000rpm than a 6at with upgraded twins!

    for LM (below): yes, more boost. That's what bigger turbos do (and do more efficiently). Is there a point you are trying to make? Btw, loved your thread on the sniper forum. And your work out testimonial on the body building site. It was inspiring.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by shiv@vishnu Click here to enlarge
    I agree... Terrible results. Only ~100whp more at 65000rpm than a 6at with upgraded twins!
    more boost=more power? no way!?

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    @shiv@vishnu that 50 whp for 500 RPMs is worth a whopping 8000 dollars, eh?

    I can't see anyone justifying this purchase if they have a 6AT, seriously.

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    Can anyone overlay @onebadmofo 's dyno over creaminz's?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    @shiv@vishnu that 50 whp for 500 RPMs is worth a whopping 8000 dollars, eh?

    I can't see anyone justifying this purchase if they have a 6AT, seriously.
    More power is more power even if only for a few hundred RPM but the real indicator is quantifiable on road performance. Like trap speeds or if those are not possible 60-130 times. What is this extra 100hp actually worth in terms of performance? Then based on that one can decide if its worth giving up the low end performance and dollars.
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    I am still waiting for someone to say "that spool doesn't look bad at all!". Lol

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    Its less of an issue with FI motors than NA.

    It's the same reason corrected numbers are lower in freezing shop temps as opposed to hot temps.
    Ok that's fine but hot air is still hot air.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by E90SoFlo Click here to enlarge
    11.4 car? guess?
    Wish we didn't have to guess and had slips.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Can anyone overlay @onebadmofo 's dyno over creaminz's?
    Just tried and it's kinda hard because scaling is different. Would be much easier if we just get the dyno run files.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by shiv@vishnu Click here to enlarge
    I agree... Terrible results. Only ~100whp more at 65000rpm than a 6at with upgraded twins!

    for LM (below): yes, more boost. That's what bigger turbos do (and do more efficiently). Is there a point you are trying to make? Btw, loved your thread on the sniper forum. And your work out testimonial on the body building site. It was inspiring.
    Did you seriously Google his username and stalk all of the websites he is on? Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ATP Click here to enlarge
    Did you seriously Google his username and stalk all of the websites he is on? Click here to enlarge
    A bit psychotic... Im becoming more and more convinced that Shiv and LagunaSecaBlue are the same people.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ATP Click here to enlarge
    Did you seriously Google his username and stalk all of the websites he is on? Click here to enlarge
    he has a man crush, PG did the same thing. I guess they feel its insulting when I submitted for a transformation of the week for going from fat to fit, and won Click here to enlarge

    time will tell once someone runs more boost in "stg2" RB turbos

    but for now, lets talk about them track or 60-130 times, that still dont exist..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Can anyone overlay @onebadmofo 's dyno over creaminz's?
    Hard to scale that one, so I grabbed Ultimate 335s RB-upgraded dynojet run off of the upgraded turbo thread. Not sure how good an Example of RB power it is as I didn't check them all but it cracked 500WHP and was easy to overlay. Whatever, here it is.
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    ^ Not clean, understandably so, but looks like the peak values are a wash with a better curve/spool on the rb's? That about right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    ^ Not clean, understandably so, but looks like the peak values are a wash with a better curve/spool on the rb's? That about right?
    3200rpm and below the RB dyno is literally twice the torque and HP. Not worth the 50whp on top IMO.

    A drag race wouldn't be pretty for Creaminz's car but it would probably pull away a little at the end of a 60-130 if it kept RPMs over 4rpm from start like it should.

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    What are you all are smoking (I'll take some, been dry for awhile). From 4k to 5.5k its practically equal... then beyond that bye bye RBs for almost another 1000rpms (limited by the AT). Who races below 4k rpms? Take a look at the graphs separately... its more clear. Good post combining the 2 graphs though

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    What are you all are smoking (I'll take some, been dry for awhile). From 4k to 5.5k its practically equal... then beyond that bye bye RBs for almost another 1000rpms (limited by the AT). Who races below 4k rpms? Take a look at the graphs separately... its more clear. Good post combining the 2 graphs though
    lol, what graph are you looking at? apparantly you have some better $#@! to smoke..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    Who races below 4k rpms?
    What RPM are you at when you start from a dig?

    Secondly, what are the RPM's on shift drop?

    Area under the curve is a big deal. It would be great to see an RB versus single turbo automatic match up.

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    Sure from a dig depending on your setup and traction... less power may actually help some. This isn't a dedicated drag car though.
    rpms definitely higher than 4k after a shift... closer to 5k.
    You have to understand that you are not shifting the RB at peak power... you have to rev it out a little cause you are still making more HP at 6.5 than 4k... during this time the single is destroying the RB.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    Sure from a dig depending on your setup and traction... less power may actually help some. This isn't a dedicated drag car though.
    rpms definitely higher than 4k after a shift... closer to 5k.
    You have to understand that you are not shifting the RB at peak power... you have to rev it out a little cause you are still making more HP at 6.5 than 4k... during this time the single is destroying the RB.
    do tell us more about when your shifting your RB AT car..

    i think you meant to say, the single is busy catching up to the RB car.

    noone doubting its making more power at redline, but as shiv stated, its running 5-6 psi more boost. FOr whatever reason, noone tried running more boost through RB's yet. Once some people fill the void, it should be much more interesting.

    STill waiting on something other than Dyno #'s though..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    Sure from a dig depending on your setup and traction... less power may actually help some. This isn't a dedicated drag car though.
    rpms definitely higher than 4k after a shift... closer to 5k.
    You have to understand that you are not shifting the RB at peak power... you have to rev it out a little cause you are still making more HP at 6.5 than 4k... during this time the single is destroying the RB.
    The fact it isn't a dedicated track car means a fatter curve should be more attractive. You aren't always at high rpm.

    Regardless, it sure would be interesting to see a race and in those dynos that RB's look far more attractive in a street car unless one really wants a few more peak hp.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    Sure from a dig depending on your setup and traction... less power may actually help some.
    I see where this is going.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    This isn't a dedicated drag car though.
    That's a terrible power curve for autox, road racing, or driving on the street. So if it isn't a drag car or any of the other three things I mentioned, what is it good at?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    rpms definitely higher than 4k after a shift... closer to 5k.
    Depends on the gear. That extra 50hp for 500rpms isn't going to do you much, yet you trade away tons of drivability.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by JoshBoody Click here to enlarge
    You have to understand that you are not shifting the RB at peak power... you have to rev it out a little cause you are still making more HP at 6.5 than 4k... during this time the single is destroying the RB.
    You aren't reading the graph... The RB hangs with the single's power until 5750rpm at less boost...

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