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post #1 of 42 Old July 8th, 2014, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Tune Numbers finally!!

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I have been gone and very busy with work and this build. I haven't posted any updates. I'll shoot some pics later on per request. I can give you all any info you would like too.


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16 psi - 628/654 ( we made 667 on 18psi but backed it off )

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post #2 of 42 Old July 8th, 2014, 02:41 PM
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Very nice!!



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Congrats, man! Those damn turbos...
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damn on stock heads and cams with only a valve job!

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Npi heads and cam? Which intake?

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Turbo FTW! Great numbers!

The stock heads and cams are great for a street driven turbo car.

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Nice numbers.

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Awesome numbers, was NOT expecting nearly that much from stock cams, I bet that Valve Job freed up about 15-25cfm.

Have any opinions or recommendations on the ON3 FF kit? I plan on buying their hotside and doing a 7675 precision or turbonetics turbo. Also what's the downpipe/exhaust setup?


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thats crazy good for stock heads and cam!!
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Nice numbers!! Whats the spool like with that turbo? When do you hit max boost?


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Damn nice numbers!
Can you take some detail pics of the set up under the hood please


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Its amazing how well our cars respond to boost, are you happy with the results? do you plan on going any further?


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Npi heads and cam? Which intake?

PI heads & cam - from 2001 I believe. Stock Plastic PI intake with alum crossover. aftermarket pleanum and TB. I believe it's only a 70mm

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: fuel setup?
I built fuel system from scratch myself

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Awesome numbers, was NOT expecting nearly that much from stock cams, I bet that Valve Job freed up about 15-25cfm.

Have any opinions or recommendations on the ON3 FF kit? I plan on buying their hotside and doing a 7675 precision or turbonetics turbo. Also what's the downpipe/exhaust setup?

The kit isn't bad at all overall. Worth the money for sure. Hot side fit nice overall. Downpipe to 1st exhaust pipe that runs over the a-arm is a little off so may need a bit of fab work but not much.


* The oil relocation kit is kind of a PITA - I had new lines made. Make sure before you put the header on that you have the relocation kit tightened all the way and the fittings are in the correct direction and you have your hoses on. We had a hell of a time with it.

Downpipe is the stock ff on3 3" one. and goes into magnaflow cat back No cats.

Exhaust seperated at the lap band where downpipe and 1st exhaust starts so I am running open downpipe until I can get a little piece made to extend the pipe. Not a big deal.

One thing I will say though is that with my 78/68 .96AR ex side turbo, it is pretty laggy but hits very hard. I would consider this when getting your turbonetics.

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Its amazing how well our cars respond to boost, are you happy with the results? do you plan on going any further?

Thanks SSG... I am very happy. I was like WOW when I saw 667 rwhp on 18psi and we backed off. Not sure why but I accepted it. I wanted to crack 600 so I am happy.

I would like the boost to come on sooner though allthough I do have a 3:73 gear and will probablly go down to 3:55. Once in boost in 1st, shifting into second it really dosn't lag and stays in boost so in a race the car stays in boost so not bad.

I had a twin screw before this and used to the instant boost. Guess I was just spoiled but the turbo pulls much harder when in boost.

I mean with the Kenne Bell I made 489 at 15psi and now I am at 628 on just a tad over 16psi.


LET ME GET SOME pics for yall. hold up

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REPS TO EVERYONE, Thanks!

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On3 2nd gen kit, 78/68 Benita, E85, - 628/654 16psi | 677/695 18psi {Just swapped in the Edelbrock, 6061 plenum, 75mm tb, & 4" intercooler} Need new tune.

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Very impressive.

I love these engines, its insane that you can make that kind of power with stock heads and cams.

Any chance you could post the dyno curve?

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Wow, if I'm reading that curve correctly the HP peak is at 5100 RPM or so.

That means improved heads, cams and higher revs would probably be knocking the door on 800 rwhp.

You are definitely giving me a bad case of E85/Turbo Envy.

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Wow, if I'm reading that curve correctly the HP peak is at 5100 RPM or so.

That means improved heads, cams and higher revs would probably be knocking the door on 800 rwhp.

You are definitely giving me a bad case of E85/Turbo Envy.

Probably screeming for more CFM - We had it at 18psi and it made 667 rwhp but we turned it down.

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Looks good man, now all we need are some videos of it. I bet that thing would pick up alot of RPM and probably 60whp+ with turbo cams.


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I don't have numhers on mine because of dyno issues but my power curve feels like what yours looks like (not talking actual hp numbers) I have a turbonetics 76/68 . 96 ar so essentially the same turbo as you. I also have stock cams. I feel that the fix would either be stick with stock cams and switch to a .68 ar or possibly an .81 housing and have a nasty power band at the cost of a few top end hp ( which the stock cams are robbing anyways) or leave the turbo alone and swap to turbo cams

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