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Old 06-01-2013, 02:14 PM   #26
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Interesting setup. Definately curious to see the charts for this.

What's the reason for running the Hydra as apposed to Cobb Speed Density software with the stock ECU?

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Well long story short, my ECU got fried from my Alarm system. Somehow someway.

So had no choice but to either wait 4-5 months for a new ECU, or get a standalone.
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Old 06-02-2013, 03:29 AM   #27
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I can attest, his car hauls ass. Chris took me for a quick few pulls after meeting up for some parts.

but yeah, post the charts when you have em

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Old 06-02-2013, 04:01 AM   #28
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I can attest, his car hauls ass. Chris took me for a quick few pulls after meeting up for some parts.

but yeah, post the charts when you have em

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Thanks sir! Definitely will have these charts hopefully up by Monday - Tuesday
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Old 06-02-2013, 04:22 AM   #29
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This thread needs more pics.... just saying!
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Old 06-02-2013, 04:24 AM   #30
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This thread needs more pics.... just saying!
Sure, I can do that!
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Old 06-02-2013, 06:34 AM   #31
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More Pictures Readers Request!

The carbon fiber engine dress-up:




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My two cars:







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Old 06-04-2013, 11:16 PM   #32
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wow good list of mods and nice numbers!
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:24 PM   #33
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Any luck on that dyno chart?

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We're going rotated setup now. I'll have the new setup and numbers next week!
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:43 PM   #35
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Any numbers on the Dom 3?

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Old 06-06-2013, 01:04 AM   #36
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Any numbers on the Dom 3?

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Let me ask GST for them!
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Old 06-06-2013, 05:00 PM   #37
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Such a nice car. Looks good man.
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I looks pretty good but its not spooling very fast. What's the 500WHP number? Is that a Dynojet estimate? Way overkill on the injectors, even if you go to a bigger rotated turbo you're still gonna have to upgrade the supply side of your fueling to keep up. I also don't understand why you did this Dom 3 build if you're only going to change it right away to a rotated turbo now! You can extract quite a bit more out of that Dom 3 I if you do it right.

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yea, thats a far cry from 500whp.
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Was far from what we expected! Probably close to 500whp on a dynojet which most shops use anyway.
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I looks pretty good but its not spooling very fast. What's the 500WHP number? Is that a Dynojet estimate? Way overkill on the injectors, even if you go to a bigger rotated turbo you're still gonna have to upgrade the supply side of your fueling to keep up. I also don't understand why you did this Dom 3 build if you're only going to change it right away to a rotated turbo now! You can extract quite a bit more out of that Dom 3 I if you do it right.
Well had some extra cash laying under the bed and wasn't happy with the power. Why not go for more?
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Well had some extra cash laying under the bed and wasn't happy with the power. Why not go for more?
No that's cool but your gonna need more pump and maybe wiring fir it depending on what turbo you go with. Did you do head work outside of the cams? Your probably more like 480 Dynojet HP and that Dom will make way more than that If you know how to extract it!
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No that's cool but your gonna need more pump and maybe wiring fir it depending on what turbo you go with. Did you do head work outside of the cams?
Rods and crankshaft, but no sleeves
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Rods and crankshaft, but no sleeves
No problem with a good tune you can support way more than that. You should go el headers and I'd suggest the Killer B holy header if you're gonna spend money, go bigger and want to make good power! I'm making 560 on stock sleeves, PnL has 2@ 8 second cars, xluben is making 600, the Speeding Bullet at 9 seconds are all on stock sleeves.
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No problem with a good tune you can support way more than that. You should go el headers and I'd suggest the Killer B holy header if you're gonna spend money, go bigger and want to make good power! I'm making 560 on stock sleeves, PnL has 2@ 8 second cars, xluben is making 600, the Speeding Bullet at 9 seconds are all on stock sleeves.
Will definitely take that into consideration. The new dyno will be posted soon!

With new rotated turbo, headers, up-pipe, Downpipe, and waste gate!
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Man I hope you can get some of that money back, should of taken it to a diffarent tuner to see what it could put down those sound like 91 pump tune.
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Man I hope you can get some of that money back, should of taken it to a diffarent tuner to see what it could put down those sound like 91 pump tune.
Does anyone else agree? I heard GSTmotorsports was one of the best
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Well rotated is the way to go, but 420 on e85 is pretty low when you look at similer tunes. I had 400 whp on a sr55 back in the day on straight 91. I was running 12 flat at 117.
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