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Old Today, 05:47 PM   #1
P&L Motorsports Inc.
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Default P&L Motorsports 07 STI Drag Car - 1060 WHP @ 49 PSI!!!

This car ran an 8.99 @ 160 mph quarter mile previously at a much lower power level (approximately 750 whp) so we are VERY excited to get this car back to the track now that we are up over 1000. I am not positive, but from the quick search I've done, this is the highest horsepower EJ25 that has ever been dyno'd. Feel free to correct me.


Location: P&L Motorsports
Ambient Temp: hot & humid 85 deg F
Elevation: 660ft
Car: P&L 07 STI Drag car
Tuner: Junior @ P&L Motorsports
Dyno Info: DynoJet
Gear: 3rd
Peak HP at RPM: 1060 WHP
Peak Torque at RPM: 696 WTQ
Baseline hp/tq for a stock on same dyno: 240/240
Target Boost: 49 PSI
Fuel: E-85

Engine/Power Modifications:

P&L PS3+ EJ25 Shortblock w/CP pistons (2.5 liters displacement)
P&L P1 CNC Ported Big Valve Cylinder Heads
P&L Drag Spec Cams
P&L Forward Facing Turbo Kit w/ PTE Turbo
P&L HighFLo Oil Pump
P&L 13mm Head Stud Kit
P&L Top Feed Fuel System
Killer-B Oil Pick Up Tube
ID2000 Injectors
AEM EMS
P&L Air to Water Intercooler

Drivetrain:

P&L / Competition Clutch Triple Disk
P&L built PPG Dog Box
R-180 with P&L Spool
KW V3 DragSpec Coliovers
DriveShaft Shop Aluminum Driveshaft
DriveShaft Shop Pro Level Axles
P&L Lightweight Brake Kit, Front and Rear


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Old Today, 06:27 PM   #2
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Y'all gonna have it out this Friday for chi2k14?
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Old Today, 06:29 PM   #3
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Seen this on Facebook,Awesome build!! - This is why JR tunes all my cars
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That is insane power .
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Congratulations, looking fwd to see the track shakedown videos/results.
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Originally Posted by P&L Motorsports Inc. View Post
This car ran an 8.99 @ 160 mph quarter mile previously at a much lower power level (approximately 750 whp) so we are VERY excited to get this car back to the track now that we are up over 1000. I am not positive, but from the quick search I've done, this is the highest horsepower EJ25 that has ever been dyno'd. Feel free to correct me.
I have not seen one myself but if there has been one I think the car Kakarakis has would be in that category if it has seen a dyno.

Keep us posted on what this thing runs with the new power level.
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Old Today, 07:28 PM   #7
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looks great. awesome build.
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Old Today, 07:35 PM   #8
P&L Motorsports Inc.
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I have not seen one myself but if there has been one I think the car Kakarakis has would be in that category if it has seen a dyno.

Keep us posted on what this thing runs with the new power level.
Definitely possible. I left it ambiguous for a reason, instead of instantly saying this was a record breaker.

-Ty
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Don't suppose we will ever know what turbo.


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