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    I run mine knock free with 100 octane at 26 psi on the base stage 2 map with injector scaling set to 600cc on stock tmic. So I'm sure 28-30 psi is possible.
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    Originally posted by ilivas
    I run mine knock free with 100 octane at 26 psi on the base stage 2 map with injector scaling set to 600cc on stock tmic. So I'm sure 28-30 psi is possible.
    26PSI??????

    Shheeesh! And I get nervous when the boost needle hits 19psi on my boost guage with my 1820 during a highway pissing session

    guess I need to grow some balls and get used to the fact that it is okay to run so much boost
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    I think a benefit of the new 1820 is the massive power you can get at low boost. The 18g on the other hand, doesnt really wake up till 20-22 psi.
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    Originally posted by ilivas
    I think a benefit of the new 1820 is the massive power you can get at low boost. The 18g on the other hand, doesnt really wake up till 20-22 psi.
    Yup. The newer version 1820's make gobs of power on low boost! I made 310whp/296wft-lbs at 19psi on my 1820. It was a great turbo and felt like it hit harder than my xs450 (it was definitely slower though). As you can see from 13src's car, at 20-21 psi the 18g is just starting to wake up and then from there it can keep going. My turbo acts the same way, just on a slightly larger scale I guess....

    For the boost-phobic among us, the 1820 is probably the best turbo you can get. But if you're willing to run more boost, it can leave you wanting more.....
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    Midknight is absolutely right. My 21 psi map is run pretty aggressive but my 25 psi map is very conservitive. I'm pretty sure I could on some good solid 100 octane make 350-370 whp right now at that same boost level w/an agressive tune. Its got alot of potential and your 20 g has even more...
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