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Old 04-06-2002, 01:53 AM   #1
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Default Turboxs stage 2 power, 14 psi vs. 17 psi, 91 octane 93 octane

Any informed guesses about the turboxs stage 2 horsepower at just 14psi (instead of 17 psi)? How about the 91 octane map they're offering (instead of the 93 octane map)?
I'm assuming that the "298" number quoted on the website is based on 17 psi boost with 93 octane fuel.
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Old 04-06-2002, 02:10 AM   #2
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I'm assuming that the "298" number quoted on the website is based on 17 psi boost with 93 octane fuel.
The 298HP is at the Crank and not at all wheels on 15.1 PSI

AWHP is @ 222 taking the % of drivetrain loss.
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Old 04-06-2002, 08:48 AM   #3
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the 298hp figure is also estimated from whp assuming the percentage of drivetrain loss stays the same instead of the actual amount of hp. Does that make sense to you? If your engine is more powerful the drivetrain is going to suck up more hp? no i don't think so.

I bet the stage2 hp is more like 270-280.
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I realize that Turboxs is estimating crank hp FWIW, but that's not what I was asking about. I'm not that interested in the absolute HP of the stage 2, but in the relative peak power at lower boost and also with their 91 map. Any other guesses or better yet, 1/4 or gtech times?
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No one will be able to give yo an exact WHP since everyones car is different and everyone may have different drivetrain loss.
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Old 04-06-2002, 11:26 AM   #6
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I have Stage 2 with 91 oct map though we have 92 here in Iowa. I am running at about 16psi peak though and not 14. I have only ran the G-Tech on 0-60, but with a decent launch I went form 6.5 stock, to 5.75 Stage 1 to about 5 stage 2. I know that these times are not spectacular, but they were usually on a full tank of gas with two people in the car and I have a nice big sub box in the back of the wagon with an L712 in it. I am sure the these time could be much improved with a better launch, just a driver, 1/4 tank or less of gas and no sub in the back. When I get a new wheel next week adn my car is back among the moving I will give the 1/4 mile a try.

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