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Default My VM Single Turbo Dyno Results. - 12-22-2014, 06:12 PM

This was way overdue. I've had my kit for quite some time now and finally got around to strapping it down on a dyno. Sorry this took so long @fastgti69

Terry was kind enough to take some time to meet me at SpecialtyZ and try to work his magic. Unfortunately the car wasn't running at its full potential. Misfires and what looked like octane issues kept us from cranking up the boost. I might have some sort of meth distribution problem due to the way my nozzles are set but that is to be determined.

Overall I am very very happy with this kit and the results so far. I'll be hitting the dyno again very soon after I figure out the misfire issues.


Not bad for my first trip to the dyno on this kit.


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Payam(fastgti69) thanks again for a great kit! You are a standup guy and it's always a pleasure doing buisness with you. I highly recommend your kit to anyone looking for a single turbo kit.

Also a huge thanks to @Terry@BMS for all your time and support over the years. The BMS team has been awesome and I am sure many more can agree with me on this.
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Default 12-22-2014, 06:16 PM

You were telling me about this at NFZ and congrats on getting it up and running. Solid numbers so far! How's the transmission doing? You don't have the level 10 upgrade yet right?
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Default 12-22-2014, 06:29 PM

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You were telling me about this at NFZ and congrats on getting it up and running. Solid numbers so far! How's the transmission doing? You don't have the level 10 upgrade yet right?
Thanks!

Trans flips out once in a while. No level 10 yet. Its on the to-do list.
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Default 12-22-2014, 06:32 PM

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Thanks!

Trans flips out once in a while. No level 10 yet. Its on the to-do list.
Funny how skipped the 500hp range and went straight from 460's to 600's

How pricey is the level 10 torque converter?
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Default 12-22-2014, 06:43 PM

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Funny how skipped the 500hp range and went straight from 460's to 600's

How pricey is the level 10 torque converter?
500hp, that's what I put down on map 2 now.

I need to look into what that's going to cost. I also want to see Terry push his level 10 to see what it can handle.
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Default 12-22-2014, 07:01 PM

Congrats!


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congratulations
which option LPFP ?
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Default 12-22-2014, 07:46 PM

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500hp, that's what I put down on map 2 now.

I need to look into what that's going to cost. I also want to see Terry push his level 10 to see what it can handle.
I'm sure Ando knows what it cost
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which option LPFP ?
Walbro in line
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We will get 700 very soon!


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Default 12-23-2014, 11:34 AM

It's a good start. Can't wait to get it up to 30psi.


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It's a good start. Can't wait to get it up to 30psi.
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Default 12-23-2014, 02:21 PM

**** I'll take those numbers any day, specially having issues .
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It's a good start. Can't wait to get it up to 30psi.
with dual walbro 450 %100 e85 23psi is possible? or %50-60 e85 and %100 meth.?
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Default 12-23-2014, 08:58 PM

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with dual walbro 450 %100 e85 23psi is possible? or %50-60 e85 and %100 meth.?
The LPFP should keep up with the 100% e85 but not the HPFP. The 50-60% is fine in most cars and even just with the stage 2 Fuel-it which I have and highly recommended!


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The LPFP should keep up with the 100% e85 but not the HPFP. The 50-60% is fine in most cars and even just with the stage 2 Fuel-it which I have and highly recommended!
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you mean,with walbro 450 in tank %60 e85 ,%40 100octane mix and %100 meth. 30psi can?
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you mean,with walbro 450 in tank %60 e85 ,%40 100octane mix and %100 meth. 30psi can?
Pretty sure that setup is way over 104 octane although I don't know exactly how much octane you need to run 30psi because its not a definite thing but my guess would be that it is plenty and you could run it safely. Basically nothing is set in stone and you would have to log and confirm that everything is in check with this or any fueling setup just to be safe.


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