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Old 11-11-2012, 10:44 PM   #13
xluben
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Location: Minneapolis, MN
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2012 Forester 2.5X
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Originally Posted by spintheground View Post
I wasn't refering to the correction factor or the number's being 'high'. Just that the graph shows high peak numbers vs a tune with less peak power but more usable power.

Maybe it's just how the turbo performs, I don't know.

I'd like to see the boost plot.
Most people would rather have a faster car than purposely give up power in search of a flatter torque curve.

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Originally Posted by Badler View Post
I think it's throwing you off because it's not stretched like most of them.

Nice setup OP. Looks like stock spool until 3500rpm and then it just takes off! Great street setup IMO. This thing would wail on e85.
I run this turbo on E85 and it's a lot of fun!

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Originally Posted by tigburns View Post
8cm inlet, not sure about hot side. Whatever it is off the shelf, I didn't make any changes.
8cm is the hot side. The inlet is either stock (2.4") or 3". I think turbo is usually a 2.4" inlet.
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