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Old 04-25-2017, 08:15 AM   #51
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Made 480/472 on a dynojet on a mid 60's percentage ethanol blend, car has over 500 in it on the map with a proper high ethanol blend. Car feels like a monster. I'll post a dyno sheet up later.

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Old 04-26-2017, 11:23 PM   #52
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My car just made 503/460 on e80 @26psi. Built motor, stock head and supporting mods. Turbo is a little laggy being it's journal bearing. But car still feels beast. I'm happy with it.
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Old 04-27-2017, 02:14 PM   #53
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My car made 417/427 on E50 @24psi @4500ft on a Mustang Dyno. Built motor, TMIC, stock heads, EL headers.
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Old 04-27-2017, 09:40 PM   #54
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I made 433/400 on a Mustang dyno 93 pump with the same mods as last time, with the addition of SD, EWG, and a built motor. 26psi.
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Old 05-14-2017, 12:23 AM   #55
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Finally got the WG problem fixed and hit 408 WHP and 349 WTQ on a Mustang dyno on 93 pump gas internal WG built eng.
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Old 05-14-2017, 11:37 AM   #56
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Finally got the WG problem fixed and hit 408 WHP and 349 WTQ on a Mustang dyno on 93 pump gas internal WG built eng.
What was the fix? Also what psi?
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Old 10-22-2017, 04:47 AM   #57
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I made 433/400 on a Mustang dyno 93 pump with the same mods as last time, with the addition of SD, EWG, and a built motor. 26psi.
Thanks for posting this. I followed you here from another thread, looking for these results that you spoke of in the other thread.

How's the spool up for you?

I am going in soon for SD, EWG, clutch, forged pistons, and some other bits..... thinking I may as well upgrade the 20g instead of trying to cross the 400 mark with hopes, wishes, and a dash of torco.
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Old 10-27-2017, 03:59 PM   #58
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Thanks for posting this. I followed you here from another thread, looking for these results that you spoke of in the other thread.

How's the spool up for you?

I am going in soon for SD, EWG, clutch, forged pistons, and some other bits..... thinking I may as well upgrade the 20g instead of trying to cross the 400 mark with hopes, wishes, and a dash of torco.

The spool up isn't terrible. I've autocrossed on it twice and I'm able to keep it spooled. I actually lost a sleeve in that motor, then built another and made 480whp 470wtq at 31psi on E65 on that same dyno. But I lost 3 sleeves in that motor. Go closed deck.
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Old 10-27-2017, 04:52 PM   #59
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The spool up isn't terrible. I've autocrossed on it twice and I'm able to keep it spooled. I actually lost a sleeve in that motor, then built another and made 480whp 470wtq at 31psi on E65 on that same dyno. But I lost 3 sleeves in that motor. Go closed deck.
So you were sleeved and they failed? What sleeves?
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Old 10-27-2017, 07:20 PM   #60
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So you were sleeved and they failed? What sleeves?
No. Stock sleeves. 99.75mm on the first motor. 100mm on the second motor.
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Old 10-28-2017, 02:06 AM   #61
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The spool up isn't terrible. I've autocrossed on it twice and I'm able to keep it spooled. I actually lost a sleeve in that motor, then built another and made 480whp 470wtq at 31psi on E65 on that same dyno. But I lost 3 sleeves in that motor. Go closed deck.
Thx for the info. Sorry about your sleeves.... Part of the game I suppose.

Just put 80 miles on my fresh pistons and fp green.....
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Old 11-06-2017, 10:12 AM   #62
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Made 450/400 on 95.5 octane this weekend. Dyno jet, 65*

My math was wrong earlier in other posts. I thought I was at 96.75 octane but it's actually the 95.5 or 1.5oz of torco per gallon of 92 octane..... In case anyone saw that info in other posts I wanted to clarify.

Last night I had some cruise and Wot knock right after a fill up, so I'm going to add a dash more torco per gallon of 92 until I never encounter knock. IE I'll add till I have a nice safety cushion. Like running 93 on the 91 map.

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Old 04-04-2018, 10:20 PM   #63
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2.1 stroker mustang dyno 415whp 375tq e85
super laggy for a 2.1 stroker. power starts kicking in around 4800k rpm.
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Old 04-08-2018, 10:05 AM   #64
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Got my FP Green HTZ in March and had it installed, just got around to a new tmic and some other goodies. Stock EJ205 + Stock 5 speed I see 22-23psi at 4300rpms in 3rd gear, this thing isn't laggy at all for how huge it is. I've noticed that going from 19psi to 22+ is a big difference, this thing loves high boost on pump gas. I have the tune turned down a bit for now timing wise. In the summer I'll have a 6 speed and I'll be throwing e85 in and tossing my TGV Deletes + Headers on.

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8* Timing @ peak torque to 16* Timing @ redline
93 octane @ 22psi
Stock EJ205
Stock 5 Speed + Stock Clutch (I think stock clutch, no slippage yet though)
FP Green HTZ 8cm 2.4" Inlet
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Old 04-10-2018, 08:02 AM   #65
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Spoolup magic with this setup??
Grimmspeed EBCS + MBC (Hybrid Control)

Great for stock 2.0 spooling a FP green 20+ psi bellow 4.5k
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Got my FP Green HTZ in March and had it installed, just got around to a new tmic and some other goodies. Stock EJ205 + Stock 5 speed I see 22-23psi at 4300rpms in 3rd gear, this thing isn't laggy at all for how huge it is. I've noticed that going from 19psi to 22+ is a big difference, this thing loves high boost on pump gas. I have the tune turned down a bit for now timing wise. In the summer I'll have a 6 speed and I'll be throwing e85 in and tossing my TGV Deletes + Headers on.

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8* Timing @ peak torque to 16* Timing @ redline
93 octane @ 22psi
Stock EJ205
Stock 5 Speed + Stock Clutch (I think stock clutch, no slippage yet though)
FP Green HTZ 8cm 2.4" Inlet
Injen Short Ram Intake
Gimmick Turbo Inlet
Torque Solution TMIC
Perrin Bypass Valve
Stock Intake Manifold
Stock Header
PLM EWG Uppipe
TiAL 38mm EWG w/ 14.7psi Spring setup
Manzo Catless 3" Downpipe
Cobb Replica 3" Catback w/ 3.5" tip
Grimmspeed EBCS + MBC (Hybrid Control)
Five-o Black Ops 1300cc Injectors
AEM320 Fuel Pump


If you dont mind me asking how much power did you make. I will be running a JDM EJ205 with a green as well.

catless up and down
850cc injectors
dw300
turbo inlet
2016 STI Tmic
e85
Green with 8cm housing
cobb bpv
cobb ebcs
5 speed with fresh clutch and flywheel
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If you dont mind me asking how much power did you make. I will be running a JDM EJ205 with a green as well.

catless up and down
850cc injectors
dw300
turbo inlet
2016 STI Tmic
e85
Green with 8cm housing
cobb bpv
cobb ebcs
5 speed with fresh clutch and flywheel


Dont mind my wonky AFR lines, these injectors are not very good at low loads and they're atomizing poorly no matter what I try. Going to grab ID1050x injectors and retune it then. 352whp/312wtq @22.5psi with 10.5* peak torque and 15.5* at 6400rpm. I stopped early because Im a wimp and was running out of road lmao.

My guess is with some better injectors, cleaning up of my maf scale at the top end and some more timing I'll knock out 375-380whp. I could push it to 24-25psi, I'm still not seeing any knock right now. I will save that for a few months down the road, though.


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Old 04-10-2018, 02:06 PM   #68
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Spoolup magic with this setup??
Grimmspeed EBCS + MBC (Hybrid Control)

Great for stock 2.0 spooling a FP green 20+ psi bellow 4.5k
Ya mbc spools so quick. Go 3"air intake the entire way to turbo and you'll get even quicker spool
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Ya mbc spools so quick. Go 3"air intake the entire way to turbo and you'll get even quicker spool
Even with just the ebcs I was seeing 22psi around 4500rpm, but boost response is definitely much nicer with an mbc or hybrid setup. I totally recommend it.
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Old 04-26-2018, 05:32 AM   #70
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Id1050, fp green, e85 made 412 at 20 psi. Iím running a stock tmic, so once I upgrade my tuner will send me a new map for more psi.

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Old 04-26-2018, 01:06 PM   #71
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2.1 stroker mustang dyno 415whp 375tq e85
super laggy for a 2.1 stroker. power starts kicking in around 4800k rpm.
uploaded my dyno chart
4400 rpm @ 22 psi

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