SRT-4: 378.5/396.9 at the wheels!!
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    SRT-4: 378.5/396.9 at the wheels!!

    Well, we have our first monsterous SRT-4!! The car has a Mopar Stage 1 kit on it, CAI, Garrett WG, 75 shot of NAWWWWSSS (sorry, had to do it) and a prototype t3/t4e turbo. I say prototype because the turbo on the SRT-4 is reverse flow and this turbo was specially built for the his SRT-4 and in not mass produced yet!! With the car set to 14psi to redline and the 75 shot it put down 378.5whp/396.9wt!! As soon as he posts his dyno sheets, I'll provide a link. Right now he is at N2K3, which is a huge annual neon event in Belvidere, IL (where the neon is built). Watch out for a red SRT-4 in Salem, VA!!
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    I'll run him from a dig...without NAWWWS
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    378whp with a 75 shot? Doesnt sound all that much to me. What kind of engine management is he running?
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    id have to say that dyno is with the nitrous, because he's only running 14 psi
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    Originally posted by silverscooby
    378whp with a 75 shot? Doesnt sound all that much to me. What kind of engine management is he running?
    Correct, those dyno numbers are WITH the 75 shot. The PCM is the Mopar Stage 1. The car could really benefit from a UTEC.
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    Gotchya. I'm sure with a tuneable computer we'll start seeing some really sick stuff.
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    Oh.

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    The numbers without the 75 shot were 291.8 hp and 289.4 ft-lbs.

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    I will run him with his naaaaaawwwwwwwwwssssssss
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    me too
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    great numbers! its gonna be tough getting traction thou

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    Originally posted by axion7606
    great numbers! its gonna be tough getting traction thou
    my thoughs exactly. Has an LSD system come out for the SRT-4 yet.
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    Originally posted by CustomS10
    my thoughs exactly. Has an LSD system come out for the SRT-4 yet.
    Not yet, but it should be REAL soon. What sux is, is that the preliminary MSRP is 1400+install!! Like I was telling some of the other rex guys, I think I'll go after a UTEC first and manage the boost by RPM. I really think it would be a toss up of what got better traction. Can you launch a FWD with that much power on a LSD alone? I have never owned a car with a LSD. I know what they do, but how good??
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    to be honest i dont think LSD will help that much when yer pushing 300whp/tq+ thats the problem with fwd. just like the difference between a 300whp honda and a 400whp honda there still both running 11's. and hondas dont have those tq numbers like the srt-4

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    It will take a lot more than a LSD to get "good" launces. I have a friend with a GST Eclipse and even with a Quaife LSD he can't launch worth a crap. I think you have the right idea by going to a rpm dependant boost setup. Has anyone tried TXS Dual Stage Boost Controller?
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