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Old 08-21-2007, 10:32 AM   #1
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next time when its colder and no wind I think its possible to make 11.9 or even 11.89 and I did a little mistake when shifted in 2nd

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Old 08-21-2007, 10:51 AM   #2
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Nice time. Are you only running PPG' s for first and second or full syncro box? If only first and second, how long have you had them on, how many launches have you done?
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Old 08-21-2007, 10:57 AM   #3
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Nice time. Are you only running PPG' s for first and second or full syncro box?
before a had APS gears and broke APS mainshaft, I ordered 1st and 2nd PPG
Now its 1st 2nd PPG and 3rd 4th APS and its full syncro box.
Broken APS mainshaft http://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/f.../f_7713238.jpg
Now its PPG http://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/f.../f_7510177.jpg
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Old 08-21-2007, 11:07 AM   #4
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why must u tempt me to put an fpgreen on my car
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Old 08-21-2007, 11:59 AM   #5
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so nice
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Old 08-21-2007, 11:59 AM   #6
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wow, thats great? I just installed an 8cm FP Green on my ej205 but am only running 17psi conservative for now until I can get a custom dyno tune(using PDX emailed map at the moment). 11's will be yours! Up that boost into the mid 20's where a Green wants to be!
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Old 08-21-2007, 12:06 PM   #7
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increadible!...awesome mph...hows the 60 ft

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Old 08-21-2007, 12:08 PM   #8
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stupid question?

what's a FPGreen td06- 20g? What's the 20g for?
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Old 08-21-2007, 01:12 PM   #9
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Awesome picture! Great times your running..

That screen above the track is cool I can see your car up there
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Old 08-21-2007, 02:12 PM   #10
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awesome launch pic! must be a typo on the fpgreen td06 20g
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Old 08-21-2007, 02:36 PM   #11
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PPGs FTW! That photo is awesome.

The green needs a G name. I'm calling mine the 22.5G from now on.
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Old 08-21-2007, 02:52 PM   #12
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awesome launch pic! must be a typo on the fpgreen td06 20g
not really to some people a green is a worked td06 20g
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Old 08-21-2007, 03:02 PM   #13
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Same thing I thought bren...kinda like the 16g and the big 16g's only its a 20g and the big 20g would be the green.

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Old 08-21-2007, 03:06 PM   #14
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The 20g is the weight of the compressor wheel in grams
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The 20g is the weight of the compressor wheel in grams
so how much does a "green" compressor wheel weigh? I'm hoping 22.5 grams, so I don't have to change my new turbo name
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Old 08-21-2007, 04:28 PM   #16
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The 20g is the weight of the compressor wheel in grams
this is a new one for me..
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Old 08-21-2007, 05:28 PM   #17
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damn...whats the idc of those pinks?
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Old 08-21-2007, 06:03 PM   #18
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The 20g is the weight of the compressor wheel in grams
20 grams for a metal compressor wheel? That's less than an ounce. Nope, sorry.
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Old 08-22-2007, 02:58 AM   #19
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damn...whats the idc of those pinks?
IDC is about 84-88%, cause of meth injection. AFR is about 12.4-12.0.
ign - 32-28 deg. EGT is 850C max. (in the uppipe)
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Old 08-22-2007, 03:10 AM   #20
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not really to some people a green is a worked td06 20g


why do you constantly try to prove pointless stuff...they call the green a green because of the green nut on the intake side of the turbo. The only reason someone would call a turbo another turbo would be if the wheel flowed the same lb/min and or the changed intake/exhaust housing made it flow that without having a different wheel..and still, nobody does it really...i've never read someone calling a turbo an fp green 20g..sorry, i'm not saying it doesn't exist because i'm not the end all know all..but i've never heard of it
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here is one of the 3rd to 4th logs (there was secondary rev limiter when shifting):
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                    Load Knock                     Mod   Map         Mod
 RPM   MAP  MAF TPS Site Count  AFR  Ign#1  Inj#1  Ign    VE  Boost  MAF
       psia  V   %                    deg   duty   deg    %   (CL)    V 
 2639  +3.9 2.8 100  20    00   14.0 +34.2   17.0 +25.5  92   350.00 2.3
 2858  +3.7 2.8 100  20    00   13.7 +34.5   17.7 +24.9  92   350.00 2.4
 2846  +3.9 2.9 100  20    00   13.7 +34.8   17.5 +25.1  92   350.00 2.4
 2866  +4.1 2.9 100  20    00   13.9 +33.8   18.6 +24.3  92   350.00 2.4
 2978  +4.5 2.9 100  20    00   13.8 +34.2   19.0 +23.9  92   350.00 2.5
 3013  +4.7 3.0 100  20    00   13.8 +34.2   19.4 +23.0  92   350.00 2.5
 3041  +5.1 3.0 100  30    00   13.8 +34.2   20.3 +22.8  92   350.00 2.5
 3115  +5.3 3.1 100  30    00   13.8 +34.6   21.1 +21.7  91   350.00 2.5
 3177  +5.9 3.1 100  30    00   13.8 +34.3   22.0 +21.0  91   350.00 2.6
 3205  +6.4 3.1 100  30    00   13.1 +34.3   23.2 +20.4  91   350.00 2.6
 3290  +7.0 3.0 100  30    00   12.5 +33.5   24.3 +19.3  91   350.00 2.7
 3320  +7.6 3.2 100  40    00   12.3 +33.1   25.7 +18.3  91   350.00 2.7
 3408  +8.4 3.2 100  40    00   rich +33.2   28.1 +17.7  91   350.00 2.8
 3486  +9.2 3.2 100  40    00   rich +32.7   30.3 +17.2  91   350.00 2.8
 3565 +10.4 3.3 100  50    00   rich +34.0   32.9 +18.5  91   350.00 2.8
 3561 +11.7 3.4 100  50    00   rich +33.6   35.9 +20.5  91   325.00 2.9
 3687 +13.1 3.5 100  60    00   rich +32.4   39.8 +21.0  88   350.00 2.9
 3792 +14.9 3.7  99  70    00   rich +24.9   41.0 +21.6  83   325.00 3.3
 3880 +16.6 3.7 100  70    00   rich +20.3   39.0 +25.1  73   325.00 3.4
 3954 +17.6 3.8 100  80    00   rich +21.0   40.1 +26.5  71   350.00 3.5
 4105 +18.0 3.7  98  80    00   rich +20.5   42.8 +26.8  71   350.00 3.5
 4235 +18.6 3.8  99  80    00   rich +19.6   44.8 +27.1  71   325.00 3.6
 4385 +19.0 3.8  99  80    00   rich +18.5   46.8 +27.2  71   350.00 3.7
 4492 +19.2 4.0  99  80    00   rich +18.1   48.5 +27.0  71   350.00 3.7
 4528 +19.8 4.0  99  90    00   rich +18.7   51.4 +27.5  71   350.00 3.7
 4604 +20.2 4.0  99  90    00   rich +19.6   51.5 +27.5  71   350.00 3.8
 4873 +20.2 4.1  99  90    00   rich +21.6   55.8 +28.0  73   325.00 3.8
 4859 +20.2 4.1  99  90    00   rich +22.5   57.4 +28.0  73   350.00 3.8
 4967 +20.6 4.1  99  90    00   rich +20.2   59.3 +28.0  75   350.00 4.0
 5081 +20.4 4.2  99  90    00   rich +20.2   60.6 +28.5  75   350.00 4.0
 5159 +20.2 4.2  99  90    00   rich +20.3   60.4 +28.7  75   350.00 4.3
 5341 +20.2 4.2  99  90    00   rich +19.6   62.3 +29.0  75   325.00 4.4
 5411 +20.2 4.3  99  90    00   rich +19.6   63.1 +29.0  75   350.00 4.4
 5527 +20.0 4.3  99  90    00   rich +19.6   64.8 +29.0  75   350.00 4.4
 5649 +20.0 4.3  99  90    00   rich +19.6   68.4 +29.0  76   350.00 4.4
 5747 +19.8 4.4  99  90    00   rich +19.5   68.6 +29.0  77   350.00 4.5
 5941 +19.8 4.4  98  90    00   rich +19.5   71.3 +29.0  77   325.00 4.5
 6016 +19.8 4.4  99  90    00   rich +19.5   71.6 +29.0  77   325.00 4.5
 6082 +19.8 4.4  99  90    00   rich +20.0   74.4 +29.0  77   350.00 4.6
 6127 +19.6 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.7   72.5 +29.0  77   350.00 4.5
 6265 +19.6 4.5  99  90    00   rich +20.6   73.4 +29.0  78   325.00 4.6
 6385 +19.6 4.5  99  90    00   rich +19.3   73.7 +29.0  78   325.00 4.6
 6373 +19.6 4.5  99  90    00   rich +18.5   76.4 +29.0  78   325.00 4.5
 6207 +19.4 4.5 100  90    00   rich +18.9   70.4 +29.0  77   LCM.   4.4
 5509 +16.4 4.1 100  70    00   lean +19.5   56.0 +26.6  79   LCM.   3.8
 4852 +18.6 4.2  99  80    00   16.5 +21.4   56.7 +28.6  74   350.00 4.0
 4930 +20.4 4.2  99  90    03   rich +17.9   60.3 +25.5  74   325.00 4.0
 5104 +20.2 4.2  99  90    00   rich +17.9   59.8 +25.5  75   350.00 4.0
 5081 +20.2 4.2  99  90    00   rich +18.0   61.8 +28.0  75   325.00 4.0
 5120 +20.4 4.2  99  90    00   rich +18.0   61.7 +28.0  75   350.00 4.0
 5299 +20.4 4.3  99  90    00   rich +18.2   63.1 +28.5  75   325.00 4.4
 5282 +20.4 4.3  99  90    00   rich +17.9   63.0 +28.5  75   350.00 4.4
 5316 +20.6 4.3  99  90    00   rich +17.8   64.1 +28.5  75   325.00 4.3
 5359 +20.4 4.3  99  90    00   rich +17.7   64.5 +28.5  75   350.00 4.4
 5464 +20.6 4.3  99  90    00   rich +17.8   64.8 +28.5  75   325.00 4.4
 5491 +20.6 4.3  99  90    00   rich +17.5   66.3 +28.5  75   325.00 4.4
 5482 +20.6 4.3  99  90    00   rich +18.6   66.9 +28.5  76   350.00 4.4
 5583 +20.4 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.7   68.0 +28.5  76   325.00 4.4
 5717 +20.6 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.7   70.3 +28.5  77   325.00 4.5
 5621 +20.6 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.6   69.4 +28.5  77   325.00 4.5
 5747 +20.4 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.4   70.0 +28.5  77   325.00 4.5
 5807 +20.6 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.4   71.2 +28.5  77   350.00 4.5
 5878 +20.2 4.4  98  90    00   rich +18.9   71.8 +28.5  77   350.00 4.5
 5889 +20.4 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.8   73.2 +28.5  77   350.00 4.5
 5952 +20.4 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.9   74.4 +28.5  78   325.00 4.5
 5995 +20.6 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.6   73.8 +28.5  77   350.00 4.5
 6027 +20.0 4.4  99  90    00   rich +18.8   72.6 +28.5  77   325.00 4.5
 6049 +20.4 4.5  99  90    00   rich +19.5   75.6 +28.5  78   350.00 4.6
 6218 +20.4 4.4  99  90    00   rich +19.2   74.9 +28.5  77   325.00 4.6
 6207 +20.0 4.4  98  90    00   rich +18.9   75.2 +28.5  78   350.00 4.5
 6640 +20.6 4.5  99  90    00   rich +20.8   76.4 +28.5  78   350.00 4.5
 6138 +20.4 4.5  99  90    00   rich +21.0   78.1 +28.5  78   325.00 4.6
 6385 +20.6 4.5  99  90    00   rich +20.4   75.4 +28.5  78   325.00 4.6
 6325 +20.4 4.5  99  90    00   rich +19.5   76.7 +28.5  78   325.00 4.6
 6397 +20.4 4.5  90  90    00   rich +19.1   77.9 +28.5  78   325.00 4.6
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Are we gonna have a "who's the fastest on STI pinks" thread now? JK Nice run BilyK
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The green uses the td06 compressor housing, which is what the 20G uses. But, the green turbo has a slightly bigger compressor wheel which puts it at ~49lb/min vs. 44lb/min for a regular 20G.

That clear things up?

I say turn the boost up, a LOT more, and re-run. You should be in the low-mid 11's..
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I say turn the boost up, a LOT more, and re-run. You should be in the low-mid 11's..
that's the next step after the motor is bebuilt (I hope Ron from Axis is reading this post )))
now I want to know how much the stock motor can handle.
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why do you constantly try to prove pointless stuff...they call the green a green because of the green nut on the intake side of the turbo. The only reason someone would call a turbo another turbo would be if the wheel flowed the same lb/min and or the changed intake/exhaust housing made it flow that without having a different wheel..and still, nobody does it really...i've never read someone calling a turbo an fp green 20g..sorry, i'm not saying it doesn't exist because i'm not the end all know all..but i've never heard of it
way to fly off the handle, in the dsm world and many other communities in which my roots come from, a green is a worked td06 20g. I'm sorry you've never heard that - but apparently other people in this thread have too. This ones for you....

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