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Old 12-01-2009, 08:38 AM   #1
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Default Dom 3.0XT-R and Dom 4.0XT-R Dyno Charts

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Baseline: Stage 2 (264/252)
Target Boost: 26
Fuel: 93

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Old 12-01-2009, 08:52 AM   #2
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Default 22B + SC 2.3L + Blouch Dom4 XT-R = 576bhp

Event: dyno pull
Location: Scoobyclinic, Chesterfield, U.K.
Ambient Temp: 50
Elevation: 670 ft


Car: 22b
Tuner: Pat, Scoobyclinic
Dyno Info: Dyno Dynamics

Peak HP at RPM: 576bhp@6000
Peak Torque at RPM: 560@4700rpm
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 2.5 STI 275-280bhp

Target Boost: 27psi
Target AFR: 11.6
Fuel: Pump + meth

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Scoobyclinic 2.3L engine, 22b/STI 4 Heads with DH22 cams, Solaris
ecu, new Blouch Dom4 XT-R billet turbo, Hyperflow FMIC, CAI

Driveline Modifications: PPG 5 speed syncro box, stock dccd centre

diff, ACT clutch.

Pump gas power & torque


boost & AFR


Pump gas + meth power & torque


boost & AFR
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Old 12-01-2009, 11:56 AM   #3
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^^Damn. Those are good numbers. 576 not bad at all.
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:27 PM   #4
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On the first post, are you guys running 26.6psi on pure 93oct ? no meth?
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:32 PM   #5
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On the first post, are you guys running 26.6psi on pure 93oct ? no meth?
93 no meth.
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:50 PM   #6
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93 no meth.
Wow, I'm not a doubter but your really seeing no knock voltage at that high of a boost level?

I have a 60lb/min turbo that might read 360 on real 0 correction mustang. By your stage 2 260 numbers, it shows you have not altered corrections and it is reading how it should.

400+ on 26 psi!!

2006 EVO you meant?
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Old 12-01-2009, 01:05 PM   #7
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I have a 60lb/min turbo.....
a 60 lb/min turbo with a 7cm turbine......the evo's 16g's have a 10.5 cm....

that t60 is a retarded turbine/compressor matchup imo

basically your turbine has to spin way faster to move the same amount of air as a 10cm turbine.....which causes it to operate less efficiently.
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Old 12-01-2009, 02:05 PM   #8
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Wow, I'm not a doubter but your really seeing no knock voltage at that high of a boost level?

I have a 60lb/min turbo that might read 360 on real 0 correction mustang. By your stage 2 260 numbers, it shows you have not altered corrections and it is reading how it should.

400+ on 26 psi!!

2006 EVO you meant?
zero knock feedback correction , zero learned knock correction
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Old 12-01-2009, 02:13 PM   #9
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a 60 lb/min turbo with a 7cm turbine......the evo's 16g's have a 10.5 cm....

that t60 is a retarded turbine/compressor matchup imo

basically your turbine has to spin way faster to move the same amount of air as a 10cm turbine.....which causes it to operate less efficiently.
I completely understand that (though I am surprised I hit and Hold 23.08psi to 7300). What I find surprising is:

My car will trap 120-121 on 93 pump.
Most of Juniors 35R pump cars trap 123-125

The last time I was on a mustang, the Stg 2 STi before me made 262whp. I made 304 on RG and trapped 114.


This 4.0RXT should be a 124-126 car on pump, in the stock location. Thats just nuts.
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Old 12-01-2009, 02:16 PM   #10
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Cant wait to get mine tuned!

Dom 3.0XTR with 3" inlet here!
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Old 12-01-2009, 03:57 PM   #11
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I completely understand that (though I am surprised I hit and Hold 23.08psi to 7300). What I find surprising is:

My car will trap 120-121 on 93 pump.
Most of Juniors 35R pump cars trap 123-125

The last time I was on a mustang, the Stg 2 STi before me made 262whp. I made 304 on RG and trapped 114.

This 4.0RXT should be a 124-126 car on pump, in the stock location. Thats just nuts.
we not tried any of the new billet range on the strip yet as they closed till the new year.

but we was trapping 128 with old dom3 (7cm) and 136 with old dom4 (8cm) both was on pump+meth in 2700lb GC8

new dom4 xtr should be 138+

just uploading a dom3 vs dom3 xtr graphs
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Old 12-01-2009, 04:11 PM   #12
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we not tried any of the new billet range on the strip yet as they closed till the new year.

but we was trapping 128 with old dom3 (7cm) and 136 with old dom4 (8cm) both was on pump+meth in 2700lb GC8

new dom4 xtr should be 138+

just uploading a dom3 vs dom3 xtr graphs
Mikey is talking about a full weight STi
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Old 12-01-2009, 06:15 PM   #13
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Ok good #'s with the 4.0 XT-R. Now where's the dyno results for the 3.0 XT-R?
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:07 PM   #14
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DOM 3.0XT-R



RF010 is on 93 Octane




Above Runs are comparing the Standard DOM 3.0R to the New DOM 3.0 XT-R with Billet Compressor Wheel and 10cm2 Turbine Housing. Both runs are on 93 octane and both cars have similar mods. Note that the with the new lightweight Compressor Wheel the XT-R spools faster!




Above Run is on VP Q16. You will note that we shut to car down early because the clutch let loose. The peak HP numbers are not quite accurate. The car however, was on point to make about 465whp.


New race gas runs should be up in the next few days!
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Old 12-01-2009, 08:05 PM   #15
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^ the dom 3.0xtr has an awesome powerband
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Old 12-01-2009, 10:33 PM   #16
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DOM 3.0XT-R




Above Runs are comparing the Standard DOM 3.0R to the New DOM 3.0 XT-R with Billet Compressor Wheel and 10cm2 Turbine Housing. Both runs are on 93 octane and both cars have similar mods. Note that the with the new lightweight Compressor Wheel the XT-R spools faster!
Almost 30F difference on a uncorrected chart... Also, did your atmospheric pressure sensor broke or something? 29.07 in-Hg ... that's too low. Did a hurricane went through your area? lol

Can you put the same chart... but this time add the SAE correction factor to it. Basically the 409WHP graph will come down... while the 360WHP graph goes up. 30F will do that! As far as the spool there's too many variables.

In paper what should happen between these 2 turbos is that the new xtr should make around 20-25 whp more at the same boost level (52 lb/min vs 55 lb/min). But it should spool just as fast or slower than the old DOM3 (10cm turbine, ligther but bigger compressor wheel)

Anyway these new Blouch turbos are awesome!
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Old 12-01-2009, 10:48 PM   #17
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Do you guys think on a 2002 JDM 2.0L with AVCS, with a good tune and all the supporting mods except cams, do you think the Dom 3XTR is capable of making 450whp on VP C16? Also, on pump 95, is it capable of making 400whp? We have terrible 91 gas here but I have been thinking about mixing 100 unleaded to get the octane up to 95.

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Old 12-01-2009, 10:59 PM   #18
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26lbs on pump is ludicrous... But fun for how ever long it's going to last.
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Old 12-02-2009, 12:48 AM   #19
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I ran 28-30psi on 93 for 40k on a Subaru 500+whp.. Its not out of the question. Been doing it on DSMs since back in like 2000.

As for the turbo's they look decent. I still think for all the money you spend setting up a stock location you can do a nice rotated and be done with it... also have no real limitation on turbo/back housings selection.
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:22 PM   #20
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looks like no one is running the 2.5xtr been hoping to see a graph for one of those to make my choice between that or the 3.0xtr
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:24 PM   #21
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26lbs on pump is ludicrous... But fun for how ever long it's going to last.
im currently running 31 psi with my HTA Green on 91 octane + meth, not much more octane than 93....
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:25 PM   #22
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im currently running 31 psi with my HTA Green on 91 octane + meth, not much more octane than 93....
now thats boost
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:33 PM   #23
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i put an extra spring in my Tial Ext wastegate last night to have 20psi spring combo on my STI with OG Green and after the install my boost is pegging at 30psi on my STRi gauge. also on 91+meth. but the logger was only peaking at 28 psi.

And my external wastegate is no longer opening......kind of concerning me......but i picked up 2psi with the mbc in the same spot.
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Old 12-02-2009, 06:56 PM   #24
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26lbs on pump is ludicrous... But fun for how ever long it's going to last.
19.5psi on ATP35R is ludicrous

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I ran 28-30psi on 93 for 40k on a Subaru 500+whp.. Its not out of the question. Been doing it on DSMs since back in like 2000.

As for the turbo's they look decent. I still think for all the money you spend setting up a stock location you can do a nice rotated and be done with it... also have no real limitation on turbo/back housings selection.
I disagree on the rotated part, if anyone is planning on running no more than 35R .63/.82 AR POWER this is the perfect turbo IMO. The DOM 3.0XT-R 2.4" inlet is putting down about the same whp and at about the same boost level with the same gas as IAG's rotated 35R.

Most of us will only need a bigger CAI and it seems that there is no need for EWG

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im currently running 31 psi with my HTA Green on 91 octane + meth, not much more octane than 93....
...and how much power are you making?

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more than u

i think my last one was 350-360whp......and my car only weighs 2800 lbs now
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