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Old 09-21-2012, 05:10 PM   #11
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unless you think 93 makes more power than 100
That's rich coming from the guy comparing gt35's and 3071's and omitting boost data

Obviously it was a typo. If you examine the graphs you can see the 100oct is running a few more psi in the mid range, and is making more power on less boost up top. Assuming they're pushing the knock threshold of 93 on that particular setup, it says good things about the low mount setup..

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IMO, the best advertising would have been to build up the car with a standard turbo mount and the same turbo. Dyno it. Then swap on the KillerB remote mount kit with the same turbo, engine, etc, etc. Then dyno that. Compare. Probably wouldn't be too hard to find someone that has a rotated setup that would want to try a remote mount for their current turbo.

Just to be clear, this kit looks awesome. I just don't think these plots are fair comparisons at all.
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