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The aim is 450whp to 500whp car.
The mod list i had it my mind:
ECU: Stage 1 with S-AFC (Since it has a more friendly map for high boost 20-24psi) or standalone system (didnt decide which one until i see reviews on them).
Fuel System: Larger intank Fuel pump and 750cc injectors (Not sure if that is enough, but i know S-AFC cant control larger than 750cc). Also Water/Alky Injection will be on the car working after 18psi spraying 75/25 alky/water to help running higher boost levels on pump gas.
Turbo: Something between 50trim and GT35R with external wastegate.
Intercooler: Large FMIC with better BOV (didnt decide on which one yet).
Clutch: I didnt decide on which one.
Engine: Motor mounts. Do i need something else here? I was thinking cams and bump up the rev limiter to 7K instead of the low rev limiter of 6K. Do i need head work to handle the extra stress or the stock springs will do just fine?
Exhaust: Electric cutout after a 3inch DP.

Anything else i forgot to list? Feel free to post any pointers u guys see useful. Thanks.
 

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a return line system wouldn't hurt
 

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The aim is 450whp to 500whp car.
The mod list i had it my mind:
ECU: Stage 1 with S-AFC (Since it has a more friendly map for high boost 20-24psi) or standalone system (didnt decide which one until i see reviews on them).

I suggest something with 3d mapping ability like our PowerPaq or emanage

Fuel System: Larger intank Fuel pump and 750cc injectors (Not sure if that is enough, but i know S-AFC cant control larger than 750cc).

750cc OK intank pump is a no go at least with the rest of the stock assembly. We offer a setup that bypasses all of the internal low flowing assembly.


Also Water/Alky Injection will be on the car working after 18psi spraying 75/25 alky/water to help running higher boost levels on pump gas.

This is always a good idea. We have several setups to do this. I suggest the Aquamist 2c



Turbo: Something between 50trim and GT35R with external wastegate.

The GTS61 that we offer is more than up for the task


Intercooler: Large FMIC with better BOV (didnt decide on which one yet).

We can supply you with this as well.



Clutch: I didnt decide on which one.

The Spec 3f that we are testing seems to be doing a good job so far.


Engine: Motor mounts. Do i need something else here?

Oh hell yea and we include them in our kit.

I was thinking cams and bump up the rev limiter to 7K instead of the low rev limiter of 6K. Do i need head work to handle the extra stress or the stock springs will do just fine?

The Crane 14 cams are doing a good job. and there is no reason to up the limiter until you have the cams.

Exhaust: Electric cutout after a 3inch DP.

Waste it will cause reversion

Anything else i forgot to list? Feel free to post any pointers u guys see useful. Thanks.

Yes you need a return line fuel system. All of what I listed is included in our GTS61 kit (except the waterinjection and cams)
 

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FYI $4800 gets you : tubular exhaust manifold, downpipe, GTS61 turbo, silicone charge tube, Turbosmart Veeport BOV, Turbosmart wastegate, Turbosmart MBC, Psi-Fi's new Motormounts, Psi-Fi intake, Psi-Fi intercooler, PowerPaq, Superflow return fuel system, 750cc injectors, and I am sure I am forgetting something. Anyhow it is everything you need to make that power :thumbsup:
 

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Ant @ Psi-Fi said:
FYI $4800 gets you : tubular exhaust manifold, downpipe, GTS61 turbo, silicone charge tube, Turbosmart Veeport BOV, Turbosmart wastegate, Turbosmart MBC, Psi-Fi's new Motormounts, Psi-Fi intake, Psi-Fi intercooler, PowerPaq, Superflow return fuel system, 750cc injectors, and I am sure I am forgetting something. Anyhow it is everything you need to make that power :thumbsup:
That is a good deal.... Do u guys have any dyno runs or track times of customers cars with that kit?
 
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