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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    LOL, anyone else notice the original thread about Dz's numbers on E90post got deleted? Wonder how long the one Jake posted will last? $#@!ing asshats.
    I know it sucks as it is, but it would suck even more if they take down Jake's thread since he is a vendor advertising research/findings!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    LOL, anyone else notice the original thread about Dz's numbers on E90post got deleted? Wonder how long the one Jake posted will last? $#@!ing asshats.
    I just checked......it's still there

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    Daaaaaaamn. You def need that wheel hop fix! So is third gear like 2nd gear for us S2 guys? LOL!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DCAFS Click here to enlarge
    I just checked......it's still there
    No its not, Jake@PTF created a new one, but someone else made one this morning.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@ProTUNING Freaks Click here to enlarge
    I tried graphing my logs but at the moment boost is capped at 22.51-22.52psi in midrange in them. I'll post up some graphs as soon as ATP boost datalogging is sorted.

    Anything in particular? PM me.
    Nothing in particular or anything that may give away any "tricks of the trade" lol. Just the default parameters, I'm mainly curious as to the MBT given this boost curve and the WGDC values. A before and after log would be great(I'm sure there are dozens of your recent logs available but I'm too lazy to dig around lol)
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    No its not, Jake@PTF created a new one, but someone else made one this morning.
    Ohhh.....there were two posts then?

    Only Jakes is left.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    No its not, Jake@PTF created a new one, but someone else made one this morning.
    I noticed that too, "fully_bolted" seems pretty smart, won't be long till he's here...Click here to enlarge
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    Holy crap!!!!! 630 ft/lbs O.O


    Amazing work! A little drop in compression and some more breathing room, the things you can achieve!

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    What caused the dip in the graph at around 3,500 rpm?

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    That step is there due to the way boost was set to build, needs cleanup
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    I know you don't want to hear it but a G5 ISO would be perfect for what you are doing here. It has N20 TMAP support and allows up to 24psi to be set by RPM. Just enter the boost values you want by RPM and done. Click here to enlarge
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    I'm probably in the minority on this forum, but factoring in the cost of the headwork on top of the RB's, I'd much rather just get a single. Either way these results are very nice. When are you getting the upgraded intake pipes?
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    Sooner or later motors will start letting go and while you have it apart this might make a great mod. My interest is piqued, at least. Click here to enlarge
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    I would really live to see pump or an e85 mix solely in there. I may be in the minority buy meth doesn't mean shiite to me...

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    Very nice numbers. I'm sold on upgraded turbos with E85 making big numbers. I don't think anyone will argue that E85 won't hit 600whp with upgraded twins at some point in time, even with a stock head. I think it's cool you did the head porting, but for most people spending north of 4k on porting is just not realistic. All in all I'm really impressed with the work you're doing with the COBB ATR tuning.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Wedge1967 Click here to enlarge
    Very nice numbers. I'm sold on upgraded turbos with E85 making big numbers. I don't think anyone will argue that E85 won't hit 600whp with upgraded twins at some point in time, even with a stock head. I think it's cool you did the head porting, but for most people spending north of 4k on porting is just not realistic. All in all I'm really impressed with the work you're doing with the COBB ATR tuning.
    Bigger turbos bigger reward from the head work. No one here is comparing value for the money out of a larger turbo setup vs. the head work. Hope you can see that part of it.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jpsimon Click here to enlarge
    I'm probably in the minority on this forum, but factoring in the cost of the headwork on top of the RB's, I'd much rather just get a single. Either way these results are very nice. When are you getting the upgraded intake pipes?
    You guys, all of a sudden its as if I said hey everyone, get an upgraded head, don't upgrade your turbos. Head work will shine the larger you go with turbos, no doubt. Probably some cams will be made too eventually, who knows. That's not the point of this thread.

    Big turbo/turbos aren't for everyone, just like head work isn't. Some people like to also just drive their car stock and invest their money more wisely and get great returns on it Click here to enlarge

    Intake pipes are next.
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    That torque is $#@!ing ridiculous.

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    Nice! Can't wait to see what you can do with Ethanol.
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    Absolutely. All in all, great numbers and great work on your part. Thanks dzenno

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@ProTUNING Freaks Click here to enlarge
    You guys, all of a sudden its as if I said hey everyone, get an upgraded head, don't upgrade your turbos. Head work will shine the larger you go with turbos, no doubt. Probably some cams will be made too eventually, who knows. That's not the point of this thread.

    Big turbo/turbos aren't for everyone, just like head work isn't. Some people like to also just drive their car stock and invest their money more wisely and get great returns on it Click here to enlarge

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    I'm just thinking out loud. Anyways, keep on doing your thing. Can't wait to see the intake piping results
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    WTG Dzenno. This is awesome! Great work trailblazing once again.
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    great work Dzenno! congrats on the record!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@ProTUNING Freaks Click here to enlarge
    You guys, all of a sudden its as if I said hey everyone, get an upgraded head, don't upgrade your turbos. Head work will shine the larger you go with turbos, no doubt. Probably some cams will be made too eventually, who knows. That's not the point of this thread.

    Big turbo/turbos aren't for everyone, just like head work isn't. Some people like to also just drive their car stock and invest their money more wisely and get great returns on it Click here to enlarge

    Intake pipes are next.
    Yup, they are overlapping and independent mods. I'm drooling right now.
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    Congrat Dzennan!

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