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    Much grats...those are some nice numbers
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    I'd like to see a turbonetics t-series turbo on that axis motor.
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    I think the reason most race motored wrx'ers arent using turbonetics turbo's is due to the fact that there are so many better, higher quality choices out there (innovative, garrett GT series, hks, etc). Most will agree that Turbonetics is hit and miss, usually miss. The quality just isnt there. But to answer your inquiry, a wrx recently went 10.8 @ 134 with an axis stage 4 and T-72. I'm going with a GT35R on my axis stage 4. Nothing but the best turbo for that setup after I invest all the cash into the motor. FYI, that T-72 is way too big. They spool at 6k rpm on supra's for god's sake. A little squeeze to get it spooled on the track would work nicely, but not for a daily driver that is also a racer.
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    Those are serious numbers, congrats on the beast.


    Also, was this turbo brand new? You mentioned that you're having trouble holding boost because of its seal ...

    once again, killer numbers

    EDIT: I'd like to see the injector scaling they used on those 800cc's so make a post in the mgmt thread if you would. I just my car tuned with the OLF and would be interested to see how they did yours.
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    WOW! Impressive numbers man
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    Originally posted by SBW
    Those are serious numbers, congrats on the beast.


    Also, was this turbo brand new? You mentioned that you're having trouble holding boost because of its seal ...

    once again, killer numbers

    EDIT: I'd like to see the injector scaling they used on those 800cc's so make a post in the mgmt thread if you would. I just my car tuned with the OLF and would be interested to see how they did yours.
    Turbo had about 5-6k miles on it.... but the seal i'm refering to isn't in the turbo, rather a seal at some seam within my system... IC pipe or something....

    I actually didn't use OLF... Figured that I'm comfortable without it... when I get my wideband I'm gonna do some olf tuning on my own though....
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    Re: Finally got on the dyno...

    Originally posted by MidKnight
    Just got back from TurboTrix...

    341whp, 302ft-lb @ 20psi on 93 octane pump gas

    Definitely could've gotten higher, but we decided to cut the boost there. We were having heatsoak issues (it was 91 degrees out with 40% humidity!) and didn't think we could get consistent numbers beyond that right now... The turbo is aching for more boost and you can tell that it's still not in it's sweet spot. Also, I have a small boost leak somewhere that's making boost flutter a bit.

    Graph will be posted sometime later tonite....

    Glad to see you are getting closer to being dialed in...I told you that turbo would put out some numbers . I dont see any reason that 360whp+ is right around the corner....next stop trans and internals! Did you get the Delta to bump the idle up?


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    Re: Re: Finally got on the dyno...

    Originally posted by PrecisionTuning
    Glad to see you are getting closer to being dialed in...I told you that turbo would put out some numbers . I dont see any reason that 360whp+ is right around the corner....next stop trans and internals! Did you get the Delta to bump the idle up?


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    I had no doubt that this turbo would throw down some muscle! 360whp is just a few psi away! It's easy attainable on this turbo because as I said, it's not even in the sweet spot........ yet. Just don't wanna crank it up right now.

    Trans is definitely next on the menu... all that power and no way to get it to the ground is not a good thing. Internals will follow closely there after... (hey is that motor that rich was talking about still around? Seriously...)

    I actually didn't get the DD, but Junior played with the throttle plate set screw. It's funny because the idle went back down to what it was, but the adjustment helped because I'm not getting the hesitation and stalling that I was before. I'm monitoring it closely to see if it goes back, but it seems to have worked.
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    the adjustment screw on the t-body really shouldnt be moved. What will happen is you bump it up a bit...the computer learns and drops the idle back down. You go throught this process a few times and until it cant compensate any more....trust me...been there done that when I had my XS500 and 800cc's. Do yourself a favor...get the Delta and save yourself some headaches...bump the idle up right.

    I will ask Rich about the motor in question...we will figure something out for you

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    Originally posted by PrecisionTuning
    the adjustment screw on the t-body really shouldnt be moved. What will happen is you bump it up a bit...the computer learns and drops the idle back down. You go throught this process a few times and until it cant compensate any more....trust me...been there done that when I had my XS500 and 800cc's. Do yourself a favor...get the Delta and save yourself some headaches...bump the idle up right.

    Originally posted by PrecisionTuning

    I will ask Rich about the motor in question...we will figure something out for you

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    Good freakin' lord, Steve.

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    But seriously, that's amazing, and I'm really psyched for you. I can't wait to see what your car is going to be capable of...and the fact that Bob is responding to this thread with words such as "your" and "motor" and "new" makes me think there is a whole lot else in the works. Oh man!!!



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    We will just build one and leave it one the floor in the shop. You have no will power. Next time you are down you will ask about it and we will be installing it the same day. Resistance is futile.
    I'll check on the other motor.

    Rich
    PS...congrats on the numbers. Now turn it up.

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    Originally posted by The Fog
    We will just build one and leave it one the floor in the shop. You have no will power. Next time you are down you will ask about it and we will be installing it the same day. Resistance is futile.
    I'll check on the other motor.

    Rich
    PS...congrats on the numbers. Now turn it up.
    It's funny cuz that's exactly what would happen!
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    nice numbers u got there!! TurboTrix
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    Resurecting this thread....appx what RPM correlates to those MPH on your dyno graph steve...just so I know how this thing spools compared to your 1820 dyno graph.

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