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Old 06-21-2010, 09:26 PM   #61
Dave D.
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06 Red Ltd.Wagon
20g-xtr jdm 6-spd JJtuned


Originally Posted by wrxsti.l View Post
See the lists HERE for links to logs and plots. The highest whp a HTA68 made was 330whp on a 2.5L, while even an older TD05-18G made almost 360whp on a smaller 2.0L.Leslie
It took E85 to do it. The other barn-burners needed E85, meth, or race gas to get to this level.

Originally Posted by rubinm View Post
399 whp / 465 tq HTA68 on e85. link:
Myself I'm interested in pump gas results. Guess I'll have to see what I can find for reference besides my own data points.

My hypothesis at this point is that small hotsides do very well with high octane, allowing quick spool and avoiding pulled timing on top.

Of course I'm not running a 7cm^2 hotside, which is why I think the 10cm^2 hotside with a free-flowing exhaust might make a statement on pump.
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