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Old 03-14-2008, 04:31 AM   #1
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Default GT40R pump tune at 26.8 psi boost

Car made 450hp atw on 1.2 bar and full boost at 4800 rpm and we thought it was gonna fly but there seems to be something holding it up somewhere not sure what it could be. We didnt want to push it too far so ended up with 505 hp atw on 1.85 bar (26.8 psi boost).

We have changed the inlet manifold, ported heads, over size valves and larger cams??

All runs were done in 5th gear and on 98 RON BP ultimate in Australia. 98 RON = around 91-93 MON in the U.S.

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As for driving it is very responsive and 4th and 5th gear is scary fast.. Ill get a better appreciation when there is little traffic around in the days to come..

A couple of issues, the intake coupler needs to be changed to a silcone one, but that was all we could find in short notice. Will order one shortly.

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Vid of the 505hp atw run:

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Old 03-14-2008, 04:42 AM   #2
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wow! great results for that low octane. how much boost is planned for race fuel?
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Old 03-14-2008, 06:12 AM   #3
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Good results...
but whats happening with the Black hose between the pipe & the manifold???
i think its leaking maybe???

do u think the +1mm oversize valves did make a difference???

Good Luck
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Old 03-14-2008, 07:57 AM   #4
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Good results...
but whats happening with the Black hose between the pipe & the manifold???
i think its leaking maybe???

do u think the +1mm oversize valves did make a difference???

Good Luck
Its the joiner, not silcone reinforced so it flexes when there is soo much air pushing through it..

Not sure about the valves as i did everything all at once..

Unique... Its really not that laggy on the street.

We think theres a block somewhere as we made 450 hp atw on 1.2 bar and only 505 hp atw on 1.85 bar. We could have pushed it further on pump but my tuner was thinking that it may be too dangerous to do so.. Well leave that to race fuel when we will run 2-2.2 bar to hopefully try and push 600 hp atw...


Either way just driving it on the highway just now, its an absolute weapon and seems it just wants to keep pulling and pulling...
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:27 AM   #5
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Its the joiner, not silcone reinforced so it flexes when there is soo much air pushing through it..

Not sure about the valves as i did everything all at once..

Unique... Its really not that laggy on the street.

We think theres a block somewhere as we made 450 hp atw on 1.2 bar and only 505 hp atw on 1.85 bar. We could have pushed it further on pump but my tuner was thinking that it may be too dangerous to do so.. Well leave that to race fuel when we will run 2-2.2 bar to hopefully try and push 600 hp atw...


Either way just driving it on the highway just now, its an absolute weapon and seems it just wants to keep pulling and pulling...
Im sure that with racing fuel u'll get some great numbers,coz ur fuel is like ours in Lebanon(Total 98 unleaded) & it is much less octane to 91 california,i think its around 88 octane max

pls do it soon & keep us updated.
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Old 03-17-2008, 09:38 AM   #6
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Im sure that with racing fuel u'll get some great numbers,coz ur fuel is like ours in Lebanon(Total 98 unleaded) & it is much less octane to 91 california,i think its around 88 octane max

pls do it soon & keep us updated.

Actually 98 RON, what we have in Europe and basically everywhere except the US, is equivalent to 93 MON.
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Old 03-14-2008, 06:52 AM   #7
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What book did you read while you were waiting for it to spool?

Seriously though, when you say there's something holding it up do you mean the top end or all the way across the board?
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Old 03-14-2008, 07:53 AM   #8
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Think he meant something is holding back overall expected power.

Do you have pics of the custom Perrin TS header / uppipe?
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:05 AM   #9
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Think he meant something is holding back overall expected power.

Do you have pics of the custom Perrin TS header / uppipe?
Nah i dont mate, they coated them and put them on the car before i could do so.. But what i did see of them they look quality..
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:01 AM   #10
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Looking at the power curve, I would degree that cams and see where they are at...
Looks to me like your centerlines are off...
A .65 bar increase in boost pressure should be more than 55 whp...

Thats an interesting printout you got...

You don't see to many that show that low, 42whp @ 2100...
Check your centerlines and go from there...
It will take some experimenting to find the perfect centerline, but it will be well worth the effort in the end...
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:13 AM   #11
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Looking at the power curve, I would degree that cams and see where they are at...
Looks to me like your centerlines are off...
A .65 bar increase in boost pressure should be more than 55 whp...

Thats an interesting printout you got...

You don't see to many that show that low, 42whp @ 2100...
Check your centerlines and go from there...
It will take some experimenting to find the perfect centerline, but it will be well worth the effort in the end...

Thanks for comment, does this apply for AVCS cams?? ill ask my tuner about that and see what he says..
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:57 AM   #12
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was there any port work done to the heads?
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Old 03-14-2008, 09:09 AM   #13
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was there any port work done to the heads?
Micah the heads had a slight port and polish...
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Old 03-16-2008, 08:22 PM   #14
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Micah the heads had a slight port and polish...
ok then...making sure that isn't what killed the VE's...check your cams...I think you timing is off...centerlines most likely.

I'm still not a fan of that intake manifold and the perrin header is rumored to have small runner diameters. I've never handled perrin's so I don't know the sizes or the collector volumes (be it small or large if any at all). Regardless I doubt either of those is causing an issue as prevalent as the one you are seeing.

I'd still check cams timing.
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Old 03-17-2008, 08:16 AM   #15
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ok then...making sure that isn't what killed the VE's...check your cams...I think you timing is off...centerlines most likely.

I'm still not a fan of that intake manifold and the perrin header is rumored to have small runner diameters. I've never handled perrin's so I don't know the sizes or the collector volumes (be it small or large if any at all). Regardless I doubt either of those is causing an issue as prevalent as the one you are seeing.

I'd still check cams timing.
I measured the perrins they go from a smaller diameter into 38mm IDA primaries.. so bigger than standard..

I will put the silicone joiner on chuck it on the dyno and see how it goes. Then investigate other issues..
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I measured the perrins they go from a smaller diameter into 38mm IDA primaries.. so bigger than standard..
I measured my exhaust setup...

The smallest diameter on my Ultimate Racing setup is 46mm at the v-band couplers for the up-pipe... Head pipes are 48mm inside diameter...
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Old 03-14-2008, 09:15 AM   #17
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looking good Tino, i can't wait for your race gas tune....thats what i want 500whp on pump congrats!!!
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Old 03-14-2008, 09:37 AM   #18
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looking good Tino, i can't wait for your race gas tune....thats what i want 500whp on pump congrats!!!


Theres just something restricting it though.. what could it be is the question??

would a 3inch dump be a restricition i wonder??

Also torque figure seems really low should be around 6-700nm imo..
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Old 03-14-2008, 09:46 AM   #19
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Theres just something restricting it though.. what could it be is the question??

would a 3inch dump be a restricition i wonder??

Also torque figure seems really low should be around 6-700nm imo..
well if you were at 450 @ 1.2 bar you should have been close to 550 at 26psi

theres something not right b/c your power should be climbing way high with the turbo fully spooled...im not sure to what the problem could be....good luck and keep us posted
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looking good Tino, i can't wait for your race gas tune....thats what i want 500whp on pump congrats!!!
Not a hater but, are there not 35r's making 500 whp on pump??? Not a congrats bro, but personally, i would look at your heads. Do you know what CFM you are ported at or what your lift is??? Cause i think your underported for the turbo and a widen the tappers on the intake manifold and change the front with a bigger throttle body would def. help say atleast 80 mm but would do a Q45 90MM!! Again not bashing, wery nice spool for the turbo on pump!
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Old 06-27-2009, 07:21 AM   #21
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Not a hater but, are there not 35r's making 500 whp on pump??? Not a congrats bro, but personally, i would look at your heads. Do you know what CFM you are ported at or what your lift is??? Cause i think your underported for the turbo and a widen the tappers on the intake manifold and change the front with a bigger throttle body would def. help say atleast 80 mm but would do a Q45 90MM!! Again not bashing, wery nice spool for the turbo on pump!
Im not in the U.S but in Australia where are numbers read ALOT lower than the highly inflated numbers in the U.S..

Are those 35Rs making 500 whp plus running over 134 mph down the 1/4?? i think not..

The TB is 75mm well more than enough for flow imo...
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25-26psi on pump I make 480-500whp on a DD. 29psi makes 550/60 on c16 and traps 132. 39psi it makes high 600s. I have to remove the muffler for that though.. Dies up top with it on. It doesnt keep climbing either it hits peak power and stays flat to 7500-8000.. This motor has 15,000 miles like this too.. Still runs and doesnt have broken or disrtorted sleeves from running "so much boost"
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Dont worry about the dyno, see how it feels and take it to the track.. I know the graph seems laggy, but I bet it hits like a mac truck
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Old 03-14-2008, 07:36 PM   #23
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25-26psi on pump I make 480-500whp on a DD. 29psi makes 550/60 on c16 and traps 132. 39psi it makes high 600s. I have to remove the muffler for that though.. Dies up top with it on. It doesnt keep climbing either it hits peak power and stays flat to 7500-8000.. This motor has 15,000 miles like this too.. Still runs and doesnt have broken or disrtorted sleeves from running "so much boost"
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Stock reversed intake manifold, throttle body..
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Dont worry about the dyno, see how it feels and take it to the track.. I know the graph seems laggy, but I bet it hits like a mac truck
Junior

hey junior, have u got a dyno printiout of ur pump run, want to see the torque... i think my toruqe is too low for the power that im running... Also was this with 0.86 or 1.06 rear housing??

And yes it feels very strong to drive, almost scary especially when u hit the bigger gears in the sti.. hahah


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Headers could be an issue, in terms of flow. The upipe has also similar diameters but as its a twin scroll is much much larger than a single scroll upipe...

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wow i could only make 470whp with is setup. ( i have everything you have listed except sleeves)
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I have spoken with Paddy McGrath a couple of times in the past, as he has posted a couple of my photos on the Speedhunters site. I believe he is the "community" guy for the website, so he might be a good place to start. Have PM'd you his E-mail address.
Thanks mate. Yeh i msged them but they would only do features if they shot the pics. They were in Aus for time attack but were on the other side of the country and i wasnt going to drive 10,000kms just for them to take pics of it.

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wow i could only make 470whp with is setup. ( i have everything you have listed except sleeves)
The power is in the heads, what work did you do to your heads??

Also in the header diameter and exhaust diameter.
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