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Old 02-13-2013, 08:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
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You would think a BW stage 3 on near 30 PSI and E85 would have made more.

Still nice numbers.
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How long have you had this set up

About 2-3 months. Dialed in about 3 weeks.





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You would think a BW stage 3 on near 30 PSI and E85 would have made more.

Still nice numbers.

I agree there is something holding it back on tq it should have been close to 500. I am going to data log a pull and send it off to duster and see what would be holding me back. Maybe my motor is just tired it does have 117k miles on it once I get forged internals in I'll get it back on the dyno and see also going to do a 60mm throttle body and see if it let's in a little more air
I talk to mole he also said tq was low but still solid for a set up like this
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Old 02-13-2013, 08:43 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Congrats on the numbers. Sounds like a lot of fun!

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Congrats on the numbers. Sounds like a lot of fun!

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It is but for me it is a chore to drive I have to tell my self no to race the little d16 revving at me or the v6 stang lunging at the stop light
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400TQ at 2900 RPM. YAYYYYYYYY

Seriously, though. Stock up on input shafts, S3 hits with retard strength, even in big wheel form.
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Nice numbers!
Billet compressor?
Do you have bnf done?
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400TQ at 2900 RPM. YAYYYYYYYY

Seriously, though. Stock up on input shafts, S3 hits with retard strength, even in big wheel form.




yea crazy power I started 3000 on the dyno just to be safe.


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Nice numbers!
Billet compressor?
Do you have bnf done?

Not sure mole' would have to answer that. I just know it is a 47lbs 20g and yes I do I ran all new lines for the fuel system just so I didn't have to mess with it later down the road.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:31 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Nice numbers!
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Gotta love BWS3. I, too, would have expected more. Considering i put down 450 on 27psi (dropping to 25), with almost an identical turbo. My rod was bent too :O

Dont worry about turning the boost down. Just get better tires >:]
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I've seen some measurements in dsm forums of some of the billet 20g compressors and they have a significantly longer blade length or height over traditional cast mhi compressors. This may potentially result in compressor flow possibe in the 48-50lb/min+ range.
But the limiting factor to this would be the stock tdo5hr turbine which is typically choked out around 45lb/min
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I do think there is something wrong with my car. But haven't nailed it down. My numbers on a stock s3 on pump were low but I belive that to be the fins that were chipped. I'm leaning towards compression or possible head problems
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Would love a ride in it...where you located?

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Nice! It woulda been nice for you too swap out to a larger turbine like i said when you posted about your turbine wheel being chipped. Then, retune on the 4bars and youd have more leg room too let the turbo shine some more. I too run a 20g wheel along with a td06sl2r turbine like those found in the ef2/hta fpgreens and damn did changing from the stock td05hr clipped turbine too this larger turbine really make a difference. The 20g wheel i run is like that of what toofast82 is talking about with a smaller hub area, meaning more blade area between the circumfrence on the compressor wheel, and having extended tips. Its a kinugawa/kamak compressor wheel along with their "green" turbine wheel. I made 534/510@36-37psi. I have had my 40psi boost gauge pegged before but was lean but im sure the power was maybe 550. Great turbos. I substituted the mopar s3 for an evo9 turbo. But, nonetheless, despit my turbo having a larger comp cover, you should be able too make bigger numbers. Keep on the lookout for my build. Got something coming together in a couple months with a bigger turbo. Gotta love the different variances between the mopar s3/evo8&9 turbochargers.
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I do think there is something wrong with my car. But haven't nailed it down. My numbers on a stock s3 on pump were low but I belive that to be the fins that were chipped. I'm leaning towards compression or possible head problems

Dont wory about dyno numbers, enjoy it and take it to the track if you want to see how fast it really is.
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Dont wory about dyno numbers, enjoy it and take it to the track if you want to see how fast it really is.

I counldnt agree more. But 99% peeps get wrapped around. "Gotta make 400hp"
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