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Old 01-23-2012, 08:51 PM   #54
Equilibrium Tuning
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Originally Posted by wrx_driver_2002 View Post
GT4094 0.95 T4 Exhaust Housing with:
Stock ECU running Speed Density
2mm Longer Rods
Kelford R-199-C AVCS cams (272/272 with 11.5mm Lift intake and 11.2 Exh)
Benson Sleeved Case
Manley Billet 75mm Crank
JE Pistons 99.5mm
Chapman Racing CNC Ported Cylinder Heads
1mm oversized stainless intake and inconel exhaust valves
Full Race Header and Uppipe
Cosworth Intake Manifold
BC Adjustable exhaust cam gears
AVCS Intake gears (Not running any avcs currently due to wrong neutral sw)




Comparison Graph between the spool of a 2.5 and a 2.34 with a GT4094 wth a 0.95exh housing:

The Graph that runs to 7,000 rpms is a 2.5L with custom kelford cams (276 Intake 272 Exh)
Aem Series 1 EMS
GT4094 0.95 T4 Exhaust Housing with:
2mm Longer Rods
Benson Sleeved Case
Manley Billet 75mm Crank
JE Pistons 99.5mm
Chapman Racing CNC Ported Cylinder Heads
1mm oversized stainless intake and inconel exhaust valves
Full Race Header and Uppipe
Cosworth Intake Manifold
BC Adjustable exhaust cam gears
AVCS Intake gears (Not running any avcs currently due to wrong neutral sw)

Graph that runs to 7500 rpms is the same graph that's posted by itself above 2.34 with R-199-C Cams (272 Int and Exh 11.5mm lift intake and 11.2 exh)
Can anyone explain the benefit of the 2.34l in this comparison? It seems that the 2.5 is a clear winner here.

-- Ed
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