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Default 335is FBO inlets stage 2 LPFP map 6 20psi - 08-21-2018, 09:27 PM

map 6 log at 20psi looks good to me. running around E60 mix. I'm maxing out my tmap sensor at 20psi, going to get the 3.5 to run higher boost. what do you think the max boost I could run on these stock twins on my setup without blowing them up:]
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map 6 log at 20psi looks good to me. running around E60 mix. I'm maxing out my tmap sensor at 20psi, going to get the 3.5 to run higher boost. what do you think the max boost I could run on these stock twins on my setup without blowing them up:]
Hola...buena pregunta también quiero saberlo.Que intercooler tenes de que medida?.gracias
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Bump can someone look at my log?
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Hola...buena pregunta también quiero saberlo.Que intercooler tenes de que medida?.gracias
I honestly bought the car with the aftermarket intercooler already on I haven’t looked into what brand it is
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map 6 log at 20psi looks good to me. running around E60 mix. I'm maxing out my tmap sensor at 20psi, going to get the 3.5 to run higher boost. what do you think the max boost I could run on these stock twins on my setup without blowing them up:]
Overall doesn’t look too bad.

Can try upping boost a little mid range once you get then n20 sensor


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Overall doesn’t look too bad.

Can try upping boost a little mid range once you get then n20 sensor
Hola.rango medio 22 psi para turbo stock estaría bien ?.gracias
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Hola.rango medio 22 psi para turbo stock estaría bien ?.gracias
No habla espanol... lo siento


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hello, if the stock turbos can go well in 22 psi mid range?. The vrsf intercooler of 7 3d will be fine for stock turbos, it does not lag.
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hello, if the stock turbos can go well in 22 psi mid range?. The vrsf intercooler of 7 3d will be fine for stock turbos, it does not lag.
I’ve seen many logs of stock turbos in the mid range going 22+ psi, up top towards redline they just can’t hold boost.

In regards to intercoolers w. Stock turbos, I prefer the Bms / Phoenix 7.5 race option to any 7in


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I’ve seen many logs of stock turbos in the mid range going 22+ psi, up top towards redline they just can’t hold boost.

In regards to intercoolers w. Stock turbos, I prefer the Bms / Phoenix 7.5 race option to any 7in
hi dave.Many thanks for your advice!
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hi dave.Many thanks for your advice!
No problem bud


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