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Old 05-11-2006, 03:01 PM   #26
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Once we can squeeze a few extra RPM from these low revving Subby motors i think it'll would make the 35rs alot more streetable in many ways.
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Old 05-11-2006, 09:11 PM   #27
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It would do virtually whatever you wanted as long as you downshifted and rev-matched, would it not?

No, that is not the case. I want my boost to come on basically as I am pressing down the accelerator. I put a 3" catless exhaust on my car just today (still using the VF37). It is even better now.

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At 4000RPM let's say, the VF39 reaches it's max boost in 1.0seconds.

At 4000RPM on the same motor, a PE1820 took more than 1.0 seconds and less than 1.5 seconds to reach the targeted boost.

At 4000RPM with my VF37, it takes less than 1 second to reach the boost target.
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