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Default 12-11-2013, 06:35 PM

hey terry;
yesterdays log seemed to spool quicker than todays on the dyno. was at 15psi by 2000rpm instead of 2500; do you know why? or am I misinterpreting? still new to logging. cheers
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Default 12-11-2013, 06:52 PM

Dynojets are lower load so you often get slower spool than you would on the road.


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Default 12-11-2013, 06:55 PM

Ah I see, thanks!
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Default 12-11-2013, 06:59 PM

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im excited things are fixed and decent numbers to start...will we be able to do more than 20psi? i am also interested a flash for my dct cause when i get this turbo in the next week or so im sure i will need it
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Those GTX wheels love boost, they are more efficient higher in the boost range. I am hoping Terry pushes it as far as he can and see what he makes. It should easily be able to make over 25 psi down low, and I am guessing should hold 20 psi to redline, that should put us in the 500WHP / 600WTQ range. Bumping the tq up down low is simple, just throw boost and timing at it, the turbo has no realy BP, shaft speed or EGT on it there and is fine. The problem with that is, the stock fuel system make not be able to keep up. As it gets higher in the rev band the 3 killers all start building, and if the BP gets too high it can also push open the gate. Its all a guessing game right now, but it should be seen soon.

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Those GTX wheels love boost, they are more efficient higher in the boost range. I am hoping Terry pushes it as far as he can and see what he makes. It should easily be able to make over 25 psi down low, and I am guessing should hold 20 psi to redline, that should put us in the 500WHP / 600WTQ range. Bumping the tq up down low is simple, just throw boost and timing at it, the turbo has no realy BP, shaft speed or EGT on it there and is fine. The problem with that is, the stock fuel system make not be able to keep up. As it gets higher in the rev band the 3 killers all start building, and if the BP gets too high it can also push open the gate. Its all a guessing game right now, but it should be seen soon.
Get that 3.5bar sensor Terry!
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Default 12-11-2013, 07:00 PM

I'll leave higher boost levels for another day. I don't think there is much more in them up top but definitely plenty of boost left in the midrange. But since it won't improve the cars acceleration no need to push it further right now IMHO.

Once Cobb allows us to edit the valvetronic tables on the back end flash we may be able to squeeze more power out of it that way.


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Default 12-11-2013, 07:31 PM

Next airstrip race Line it up with my RB n54 Terry!! I think thats what everyone will compare this too


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Default 12-11-2013, 07:57 PM

TERRY

On the dyno charts first page when u compared the stock to vargas were both running meth and E85 that's how u got 386 on stock and 468 on vargas

How much difference if say someone can only run 98 octane all the time no meth no E85
What's hp are u expecting ???
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Default 12-11-2013, 08:25 PM

Great news!!
What are the mods on this car and what fuel was it running?
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Default 12-11-2013, 09:04 PM

Nice work Terry!

Considering the state of the backend n55 flash and this is the first solid attempt at tuning the upgrade, I'd say the future looks pretty bright for the N55!

The 6AT must be sweating right about now...


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Default 12-11-2013, 09:18 PM

Very nice! Thanks Terry for keeping at this, I was damn close in my diagnosis. I thought it was the wastegate popping, but was the DV. I would love to break the 500whp mark, but my real goal was 11's for my daily driver and it looks like this should do it! Pretty cheaply too, all things considered. JB4, FMIC, CP and turbo.
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this is awesome. Perfect amount of power for me.. Hopefully the f series gets some love this year.
I read this entire thread, got super excited, then re-read the original post regarding JB4 ISO v5.2 and realized there were no options for the F series yet.

Terry, any idea when the F series will get some love? I can't be the only one looking forward to some massive increases in power!


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Default 12-12-2013, 10:31 AM

No eta but sooner or later.


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Default 12-12-2013, 10:39 AM

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No eta but sooner or later.
So Terry if I understand this right, I need the ISO upgrade and the Cobb AP V3 as the back end flash also? Just to clarify, for max power out of this turbo, along with fuel of course...
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So Terry if I understand this right, I need the ISO upgrade and the Cobb AP V3 as the back end flash also? Just to clarify, for max power out of this turbo, along with fuel of course...
Any n55 ap will do. We stock the n55 v3 and sell it cheaply.


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Default 12-12-2013, 11:01 AM

videos pleaseeee !!!
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Default 12-12-2013, 11:14 AM

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Any n55 ap will do. We stock the n55 v3 and sell it cheaply.
Ok I just emailed you :-)
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Default 12-12-2013, 11:50 AM

Terry is this 468 whp with meth and E85
How will it perform with only 98 octane
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Terry is this 468 whp with meth and E85
How will it perform with only 98 octane
Much less power but I don't know yet. We will tune it for 93 in the coming weeks and find out.


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Default 12-12-2013, 01:23 PM

Does this car have the inline walbro in it?
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Does this car have the inline walbro in it?
No not yet. The fuel pressure seems to be holding up OK which makes sense given we also have some meth spraying.


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Default 12-12-2013, 01:45 PM

So you used meth for the N55 Dyno? Any chance for me to reach the same whp-level with E85 and 102RON ARAL ULTIMATE?


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So you used meth for the N55 Dyno? Any chance for me to reach the same whp-level with E85 and 102RON ARAL ULTIMATE?
Install one and find out!


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Default 12-12-2013, 02:41 PM

Terry,
Congrats on getting things sorted out.. I hope you can make it to the track this weekend and give us some numbers..
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Default 12-12-2013, 07:10 PM

Any idea how much power will it give on 91 octane? Will this turbo be available for the f13s?


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Any idea how much power will it give on 91 octane? Will this turbo be available for the f13s?
No idea yet. We'll find out sooner enough though!


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