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Old 07-02-2012, 05:26 PM   #51
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I want to keep a balance between spool and overall power. This car will make well over 500HP which should be more than ample for the weight. I find the 35R to be a little big with the gearing in the 6 speed. At this time we are staying stock on the trans, so this should work well. Should have about a 4500-4800 RPM power band.(3500RPM - 8000 roughly)

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I think the 3076 will be good for shaking down the car, but I fear you'll be severely underpowered vs. the competition. A couple years ago back during Redline, even the street class cars were packing 600-700whp.

GST is running a GTX3582 which puts them at a significant HP advantage. I'm not familiar with the gearing on the 6-speed, but I think it'd be worth the sacrifice of 500rpm in powerband to jump to a GT35 frame size turbo.
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Old 07-02-2012, 06:01 PM   #52
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I think the 3076 will be good for shaking down the car, but I fear you'll be severely underpowered vs. the competition. A couple years ago back during Redline, even the street class cars were packing 600-700whp.

GST is running a GTX3582 which puts them at a significant HP advantage. I'm not familiar with the gearing on the 6-speed, but I think it'd be worth the sacrifice of 500rpm in powerband to jump to a GT35 frame size turbo.
Yup we run a 35r and use the stock 08+ 6sp and gearing!

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Old 07-02-2012, 06:35 PM   #53
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I think the 3076 will be good for shaking down the car, but I fear you'll be severely underpowered vs. the competition. A couple years ago back during Redline, even the street class cars were packing 600-700whp.

GST is running a GTX3582 which puts them at a significant HP advantage. I'm not familiar with the gearing on the 6-speed, but I think it'd be worth the sacrifice of 500rpm in powerband to jump to a GT35 frame size turbo.
Profesional awesome Has won many east coast street class races and they run a 16g. Pretty sure this car will be just fine on a 30r. Also by the looks of the money being spent its not going to be a bank buster to swap turbos and retune at a later date.
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Old 07-02-2012, 06:36 PM   #54
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Profesional awesome Has won many east coast street class races and they run a 16g. Pretty sure this car will be just fine on a 30r. Also by the looks of the money being spent its not going to be a bank buster to swap turbos and retune at a later date.
Thought Pro Awesome run a MAP built turbo which is more a 20G on steroids?
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Its dimensions are "classified" but you can only fit so much in a 16g frame.
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Old 07-02-2012, 06:46 PM   #56
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Its dimensions are "classified" but you can only fit so much in a 16g frame.
Depends, from looking at the turbo it's not 16G frame more along the lines of something like the FPRed!
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Old 07-02-2012, 09:55 PM   #57
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A FP Black has GT35 size wheels in the stock frame Evo turbo. MAP makes an equivalent to the FP Black.
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Old 07-02-2012, 11:13 PM   #58
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A FP Black has GT35 size wheels in the stock frame Evo turbo. MAP makes an equivalent to the FP Black.
Umm exactly my point!

Sorry to derail the thread guys, anymore pic's of the build progress and are you going to make GTA in 4 weeks with the car? If you do I'll buy you all a beer

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We decided on the 3076 not necessarily to compete with the competition, but rather to get a fat and wide powerband out of the car. Also, we want to keep the hp within the limits of the engine. 500hp at the wheels is pushing what Cosworth rates that motor at - since this motor doesn't have the billet crank in it.

The other thing is we're not building this car strictly for competition. I started building it because I thought it was cool, and I wanted cool parts. I didn't and don't really care about the class, it's more about it being an interesting project.

That's not to say that I wouldn't be open to a larger turbo, but it has to round out the project properly.
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Old 08-29-2012, 09:02 AM   #61
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Updates are soon to follow the rotated kit is in the works!
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Old 09-01-2012, 10:03 AM   #62
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Old 09-01-2012, 03:25 PM   #63
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We are changing the location of the dry sump reservuir pictures will be posted up very shortly! Stay Tuned Everyone!
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Old 09-01-2012, 03:54 PM   #64
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Umm exactly my point!

Sorry to derail the thread guys, anymore pic's of the build progress and are you going to make GTA in 4 weeks with the car? If you do I'll buy you all a beer

Mike @ GST
Offer still up for grabs for the test and tune on the 10th and 11th?

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Old 09-03-2012, 08:44 PM   #65
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any updates on this beast? looking forward to seeing this car finished
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Old 09-04-2012, 10:48 AM   #66
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any updates on this beast? looking forward to seeing this car finished
We are working full time to get this car done updates will follow as soon as we have them
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Old 09-14-2012, 10:21 AM   #68
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Woot!!!! Coming together!

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Old 09-14-2012, 11:15 AM   #71
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WERE SOOO CLOSE!!! The anticipation is killing me i cant wait to see it on dyno/track!

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Wondering why you didn't rotate the manifold? Also I'd not run silicon 90's off the turbo on a track car to be honest!
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Sorry for the delay on the response. Mike we can def get a beer at the next event...well after...lol

The 3076 will put us at a nice compromise of top end and broad powerband. The longblock has higher compression so it will help if we jump up to the 35R. My thought was this car, at this weight will be very balanced with 500+/- at the wheels. We will then balance the aero to support higher HP levels. We know the remainder of this year is limites for TA events, but we should be able to get it dialed in for the beginning of next season.

I finished the turbo kit today...pics will go up tomorrow BTW. The kit will accommodate any 30 or 35R Tial housing, so we are good to go there. I am thinking we will fashion a publicly released kit for sale based off of the data from this car.

The 90deg off the turbo may end up being a cast aluminum elbow. I was not 100% sold on doing a 90deg there so I left the door open for change. I started the Pectel wiring yesterday as well. Should have the sensors put in by Weds.

Here is a mod list so far...I will also put this on the first page..

Suspension:
KW Racecomp T2's with custom valving
Swift springs (600)
Vorschlag camber plates
Cusco rear trailing arms
Cusco rear lateral arms
GTSpec rear Toe arms
Whiteline front and rear sway bars
Whiteline ball joint extenders and bump steer kit
Custom Powerflex bushings (motorsports durometer)

Cobb rear end links
Rota Boost 2 18 x 10....BFG R1 275 35 18.......This is a temporary tire
selection for the rest of this season.

Cosworth Pectel SQ6 ECU, Akuma(John) tuned....with an array of data logging goodies.

Brakes:
AP Racing 6-piston front brakes (350mm)
AP Racing 4-piston rear brakes(325mm)
AP Racing lines
Ferrodo pads.........Swapping to CL Racing RC6

Motul RB600F fluid
Brake cooling system



Engine:
Cosworth ECPro ECU
Cosworth Long block (9.2:1 compression, big valve heads, forged pistons and rods)
Cosworth Intake manifold
Cosworth fuel rails
Cosworth TGV deletes
Cosworth dry sump
Flex Lite lines

Killer B equal length headers
Akuma Hybrid Up Pipe

AEM 5-bar map sensor
AEM Intake air temp sensor
Akuma Rotated Turbo Down Pipe
Akuma Rotated Turbo Intercooler Pipe Kit with ETS core
Tial Q BOV
Tial EWG(25PSI)

ETS intake
Tial BOV
3076/Tial 82

Greddy Ti-C Catback
FIC 1100 injectors
ATL Fuel cell in custom cage
Patterson dry sump oil tank
Bosch 044 fuel pump
Custom fuel lines from the fuel cell to fuel rails
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Fuel Lab fuel filters (2)
Setrab 625 oil cooler
Custom -10AN lines for the oil cooler
Koyo radiator with Evans Cool Fluid

Carbonetic twin disc clutch
Carbonetic rear Differential

Driveshaft shop carbon drive shaft
Motul 300v oil(ester based synth...awesome stuff)



Interior:
AiM MXL Pista dash and data logger...May use the Pectel/Cosworth Omega dash

Sparco Evo 2 seat Recaro Profi driver

Schroth 6-point harnesses
Fire suppression system
Piper Motorsports built roll cage

Aero
Custom front splitter... aluminum diversion panel to lower the front lip without sacrificing suspension travel
Flat bottom Panels (Driver and passenger runners)
Rear Diffuser is in the works
Aeromotions wing....however it will not go on until the chassis
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cover up a potential deficiency



More to follow, and thanks for all of the support!!

Cheers,
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