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Old 05-16-2018, 12:50 PM   #51
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Damn! Hey I bet it was worth it! And yeah if my wife knew what I spent on my car she’d probably spaz a lil bit too haha
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Old 05-16-2018, 06:02 PM   #52
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Heading to Houston Wednesday to drop the machine off..

Whiteline rear controll arms and a tune and I will be complete.

Just need to install my Cryo2 sprayer and I think I will be done.
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Old 05-27-2018, 01:59 AM   #53
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375hp/[email protected] psi on 93
488hp/[email protected] psi on e85

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This is just what Kosmic Motorsports posted on Facebook.
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Old 05-27-2018, 06:19 AM   #54
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Damn nice! I’m at home listening to the cars racing around on the freeway every so often. I bet this thing rips on the street!
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Old 05-27-2018, 09:27 PM   #55
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375hp/[email protected] psi on 93
488hp/[email protected] psi on e85

Mustang Dyno

This is just what Kosmic Motorsports posted on Facebook.

What were the limiting factors? These numbers are really low, so I'm assuming there was an issue, or this dyno reads super super low.
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Old 05-27-2018, 09:37 PM   #56
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What were the limiting factors? These numbers are really low, so I'm assuming there was an issue, or this dyno reads super super low.
IIRC, Kozmic's dyno is a "normal reading" Mustang dyno, so those numbers are way low. He should be doing 440-450 whp with 22 psi on 93 octane.

How was the EWG plumbed back? If it was really sharp, that would hold things back. I can see the car losing 30-40 whp with a poor plumb back design.
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Old 05-28-2018, 08:45 AM   #57
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I'd say 20-30 getting away from UEL and another ~20-ish dumping the WG to atmosphere on 93. Close to double those figures on E85 as those power levels are really going to start becoming a major bottleneck on a 3" (which is less than 3" I.D.) closed exhaust.

Fun to speculate, and we'll likely never know... or bring it over to my place, we've got a brand new Mustang, we can compare
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Old 05-28-2018, 03:55 PM   #58
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Old 05-28-2018, 03:56 PM   #59
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Pm me Killer Bee

I’ll send some pics of the plumbing.
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Old 05-28-2018, 07:43 PM   #60
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Don’t forget,I went with 1300s.
This is what I thought you used to achieve nearly 600 whp.
I do not know the details of the dyno pulls. I bet I ran out of fuel.
I’ll know details tomorrow.
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Old 05-28-2018, 09:07 PM   #61
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Thanks for contributing to the thread, curious to see more details of your tuning session and maybe even some video if you recorded.


I'm using 2000cc injectors, the tuner was confident they would tune well, just have to make sure the exhaust and intake paths are as free as possible. If/when she's up and running and I have a primary tune, I may be headed to DD to get a legit catback fabbed.
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Old 05-29-2018, 03:31 PM   #62
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Don’t forget,I went with 1300s.
This is what I thought you used to achieve nearly 600 whp.
I do not know the details of the dyno pulls. I bet I ran out of fuel.
I’ll know details tomorrow.
You can do the math with how much fuel you used and afr to determine roughly how much power you should be making, regardless of dyno.

I haven't seen any consistent mustang dynos around, but as a comparison with an old school gt3076 on a stock savcs motor (headers/big dp/exhaust/fmic) we made 480whp/380wtq on 94oct at 25psi and 420whp/320wtq at 22psi on both dynapack and dynojet so that is why your numbers seem low. But if you are using the fuel required to make ~550whp on e85 and ~440 on 93 then you're fine.

1300cc will be plenty.

And... ALWAYS be present during dyno tuning of your vehicle!


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Now that I think about it I think your tuner capped your revs at around 6500 for some reason. He should have been revving to 7000-7500 as he decided to limit torque in the midrange. Doing this requires maintaining that torque into a higher rev range to make the proper amount of power. By keeping your revs low and your powerband in the midrange, but with lower torque left a lot of power on the table. If he was scared of revs you should have your midrange torque bumped up to compensate which will increase hp as well, but in a smaller powerband.

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Old 05-29-2018, 04:51 PM   #63
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I was unable to witness the dyno run due to me living 400 miles away
When I get a call back from David, I will ask for the graph to be sent and ask some questions.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
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I was unable to witness the dyno run due to me living 400 miles away
When I get a call back from David, I will ask for the graph to be sent and ask some questions.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
A guy just drove 1300miles to have my friend tune his car. He made the same trip a couple of years ago with a different setup. Its important to be there
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Old 05-29-2018, 05:38 PM   #65
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Unfortunately I don't have a 3576 log, only 3067 (which spooled better than stock). Here's the pump 93 with the 3576 Gen I

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Here's the E85

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What turbine housing was this on? (.63 or .82)
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Couldn’t be there.
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Old 05-30-2018, 08:17 PM   #67
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What turbine housing was this on? (.63 or .82)
0.82

The 0.63 was used previously, but left a ton of power on the table. In hindsight the 0.63 should not ever be considered for the EJ25 unless your running a restrictor class (which you'd never do with this turbo), or at altitude. If I were to do it again, I may consider using the 1.06 A/R.
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Old 06-06-2018, 03:37 PM   #68
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Spoolinator 3076 with a .60 housing

396/347 on 93, limited by mass air.




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Old 06-06-2018, 04:32 PM   #69
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^^^ Graph? Turbine size? Mods?

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^^^ Graph? Turbine size? Mods?

Thanks

+1 and maybe some under hood pics.

I tinkered with the coolant and oil lines today, purchased a coolant straight nipple for the rh turbo outlet and keeping the supplied upward banjo on lh inlet. The oil drain is spot on, easy hose connection. I'm going to use a rh facing banjo oil inlet fitting on top, and run it to the right. May use a shorter oil feed hose to the subaru banjo to head fitting.
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+1 and maybe some under hood pics.
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Old 06-07-2018, 02:35 PM   #72
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Nice, so are you running VTA no pcv?
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Nice, so are you running VTA no pcv?
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I'm thinking of using my perrin aos in a combination vta setup, since it will be map based. May go back to using a venturi vacuum source on the exhaust, instead of going in front of the turbo. Won't burn the fumes but will substantially decrease oily vapor coating the intake side. Hopefully the catback setup extends far enough past the bumper to prevent a lot of buildup on the bumper cover.
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