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    Dual Shotgun + VTTS3 = ?

    I will have to go back and read which turbos he is running. What do you wager it will put down?

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    I would think this would be the perfect upgrade. What I think we all want to see is the Stage 3 with LPFP and HPFP upgrades doing 100% E85.

    As far as what it will put down, 7XX something? More? I don't know.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I would think this would be the perfect upgrade. What I think we all want to see is the Stage 3 with LPFP and HPFP upgrades doing 100% E85.

    As far as what it will put down, 7XX something? More? I don't know.
    Well, it already did 725 but I'm not exactly sure what kind of HPFP upgrade he had installed at the time. Are they MAP limited at 34psi?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by sammy_0559 Click here to enlarge
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    Which turbos are you going with?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
    Well, it already did 725 but I'm not exactly sure what kind of HPFP upgrade he had installed at the time. Are they MAP limited at 34psi?
    We had our early HPFP upgrade which was effective on the bigger turbos, but without meth we were still running out of fuel and that was on race gas, very excited to run E85 and see what we get, we were not boost limited, in wastegate testing we saw 40 psi a couple times on the street. This was on 2863's. Were going to start out with one of our smallest options on the shop car and see what they are good for, then put on the 67's and try to break stuff..Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DQE92 Click here to enlarge
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    twin GTX2867's should flow >900hp (just looking at previous results on other motors + their specs)

    twin HPFP's will flow >1000hp (given one has done 558 on E85, overdriven on that shotgun though? and that's on stock frame where fuel demand is higher due to torque production at that power)

    injectors can flow ????HP @ ???RPM on E85

    motor will handle ????HP (uh.. >750? with race gas moderate boost stock head on single HPFP at that)

    my guess is >900 for all of the above
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    "the n54 is the German 2jz"
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rawad1017 Click here to enlarge
    "the n54 is the German 2jz"
    2JZ is the JDM N54

    but srsly:

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    I'll go 800 or so wheel. Would think it can clear 7xx
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by VargasTurboTech Click here to enlarge
    We had our early HPFP upgrade which was effective on the bigger turbos, but without meth we were still running out of fuel and that was on race gas, very excited to run E85 and see what we get, we were not boost limited, in wastegate testing we saw 40 psi a couple times on the street. This was on 2863's. Were going to start out with one of our smallest options on the shop car and see what they are good for, then put on the 67's and try to break stuff..Click here to enlarge
    Once you're done getting your results on the performance of the kits. Just holler and tell us, "Okay, its now project break $#@!". This is what undercover promised to do but had an unfortunate ending with the DI problems.

    Which MAP sensor do you have on? The N20? Because I think its 3.5 bar no? Hopefully you'll stick a 4 bar sensor on there and hit 40 PSI. Really, really would love to see this.


    EDIT: I'm in for 8XXwhp. I think it can hit mid 800's. I think it can hit 900 with the proper turbos but I don't think the motor will last too long. But hell. What do I know. I remember when people were worried about 550.
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    [Quote = klipseracer; 572429] ¿De que sensor MAP Que Tiene baño? El N20? Porqué Creo Que es de 3,5 bar no? ESPERAMOS Que USTED SE PEGA sensor pecado de 4 bar de allí realizada realizada y Llega sin PSI los 40. REALMENTE, REALMENTE me encantaria ver ESTO. EDIT: me apunto sin 8XXwhp. Creo Que Puede del del GOLPEAR a mediados de 800. Creo Que Puede del del GOLPEAR 900 Con Los turbos adecuadas Pero yo no Creo Que el motor va a Durar Mucho Tiempo. Pero el infierno. ¿Que se yo. Recuerdo CUANDO la Gente estába preocupada Porción 550. [/ Quote] Sensor estafa 3.5 debe Ser lo suficientemente bien?






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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by carcars Click here to enlarge
    [Quote = klipseracer; 572429] ¿De que sensor MAP Que Tiene baño? El N20? Porqué Creo Que es de 3,5 bar no? ESPERAMOS Que USTED SE PEGA sensor pecado de 4 bar de allí realizada realizada y Llega sin PSI los 40. REALMENTE, REALMENTE me encantaria ver ESTO. EDIT: me apunto sin 8XXwhp. Creo Que Puede del del GOLPEAR a mediados de 800. Creo Que Puede del del GOLPEAR 900 Con Los turbos adecuadas Pero yo no Creo Que el motor va a Durar Mucho Tiempo. Pero el infierno. ¿Que se yo. Recuerdo CUANDO la Gente estába preocupada Porción 550. [/ Quote] Sensor estafa 3.5 debe Ser lo suficientemente bien?






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    You have to remember that atmosphere is ~14.7 psi at sea level. So even at 0 psi from the turbo there is still "1 bar" of pressure in atmosphere. So you subtract that from the 3.5 bar sensor and you technically have 2.5 bar to use which comes to 36.26 PSI.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    You have to remember that atmosphere is ~14.7 psi at sea level. So even at 0 psi from the turbo there is still "1 bar" of pressure in atmosphere. So you subtract that from the 3.5 bar sensor and you technically have 2.5 bar to use which comes to 36.26 PSI.
    Hope you understand that.

    I'm assuming he makes reference to the 3.5 bar not supporting above 35 psi? Then your post is quite satisfactory. Wouldn't it be nice if we could have our cars run on 0 psi.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
    I'm assuming he makes reference to the 3.5 bar not supporting above 35 psi? Then your post is quite satisfactory. Wouldn't it be nice if we could have our cars run on 0 psi.
    I don't even understand what he said to be honest. I just used educated guesses based on numbers and some words that are familiar with me and yea... lol. Thank you btw
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    You have to remember that atmosphere is ~14.7 psi at sea level. So even at 0 psi from the turbo there is still "1 bar" of pressure in atmosphere. So you subtract that from the 3.5 bar sensor and you technically have 2.5 bar to use which comes to 36.26 PSI.
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    35psi on the right sized turbo with the right tuning should be mental fun though Click here to enlarge
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    No man, we want to see 40 psi. I want to see the tires melt off before it can go through a full pull.

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    [Quote = fastgti69; 572,435] Hay que recordar que la atmósfera es de ~ 14.7 psi a nivel del mar. Así que incluso a 0 psi del turbo todavía hay "1 bar" de la presión en la atmósfera. Por lo que resta que desde el sensor de 3,5 bar y que técnicamente tienen 2,5 bar de usar que viene a 36.26 PSI.
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