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Well Tony switched to E85 and we hit the dyno yesterday. Even though the numbers were amazing we had some things fighting us. We took this to a brand new

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Old 06-18-2020, 09:25 AM   #361 (permalink)
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Well Tony switched to E85 and we hit the dyno yesterday. Even though the numbers were amazing we had some things fighting us. We took this to a brand new shop here in the twin cities as he was the only one we could find with an open schedule. It is a drive on DynoJet. He didnt have an adapter to hook the boost reference up to. He will get this corrected for our next trip.

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FILTER ON Supercharger
90 Degrees Ambient
Supercharger Belt is missing a rib contributing to belt slip at 6800rpm.(no idea how this happened)

We will be changing that belt and heading back in on a cooler day and get a boost reference going. But here is the dyno with numbers.

584whp and 471wtq! That torque is insane!

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Really solid jump just switching over to E85!
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Really solid jump just switching over to E85!
The real impressive thing is we went up 50 whp but 60wtq!

That should be the other way around by a fair bigger margin.

I think the OEM intake is really helping the TQ numbers.
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Sheesh!! Those are some excellent numbers. Great job on the new kit. Does anyone happen to know who tuned the car?
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So I ordered my kit a few weeks ago thru RT Tuning and they will be doing the install and tune. Unfortunately for me, there is no E85 anywhere near I live so I will be limited to 93 Octane. Just got my new South Bend Clutch installed and breaking it in. Does anybody have any results yet with 93 Octane? Also, is there any other mods or upgrades that I can do to increase my numbers?
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So I ordered my kit a few weeks ago thru RT Tuning and they will be doing the install and tune. Unfortunately for me, there is no E85 anywhere near I live so I will be limited to 93 Octane. Just got my new South Bend Clutch installed and breaking it in. Does anybody have any results yet with 93 Octane? Also, is there any other mods or upgrades that I can do to increase my numbers?
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Wow! You have quite the build going on. Best of Luck with it. Looking forward to seeing your results. I guess I should backtrack a little bit and be a little more specific. Not looking to do any motor work but open to just about anything else. I do have Motordyne ART test pipes and a Berk CBE. I would love to reach around 600hp and 450+ tq. My kit will be coming with the Velocity intake, 1050x injectors and 340lph fuel pump. Would upgrading the injectors or fuel pump make any difference or would that just be overkill? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Wow! You have quite the build going on. Best of Luck with it. Looking forward to seeing your results. I guess I should backtrack a little bit and be a little more specific. Not looking to do any motor work but open to just about anything else. I do have Motordyne ART test pipes and a Berk CBE. I would love to reach around 600hp and 450+ tq. My kit will be coming with the Velocity intake, 1050x injectors and 340lph fuel pump. Would upgrading the injectors or fuel pump make any difference or would that just be overkill? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks
You'll need to increase boost, that's done by changing pulleys. I don't think that a 340lph pump will support 600whp but I could be wrong. The injectors are fine. You'll also want a return fuel system if you don't already have one.
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Wow! You have quite the build going on. Best of Luck with it. Looking forward to seeing your results. I guess I should backtrack a little bit and be a little more specific. Not looking to do any motor work but open to just about anything else. I do have Motordyne ART test pipes and a Berk CBE. I would love to reach around 600hp and 450+ tq. My kit will be coming with the Velocity intake, 1050x injectors and 340lph fuel pump. Would upgrading the injectors or fuel pump make any difference or would that just be overkill? Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks
You can create more power by upping the boost by creating less restriction at the supercharger inlet. By going to just a turboguard and nothing to filter smaller particles you will see around 16psi. This is going to stress the fuel setup like Redondoaveb said so you need a RFS to compensate all that boost pushing against the injectors.

The great thing about the velocity intake is that you can swap from a filtered setup (525whp) to an unfiltered setup (600whp?) in a couple of minutes. Then just switch maps (5 seconds) depending on what boost level you want to run at given the environmental conditions required for filtering air.
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We changed the belt out on Tony's car and will be going back to the dyno this week for some new pulls. Judging by his in cabin boost gauge I think we were loosing at least 2psi of boost. This should put us well over 600whp.
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You'll need to increase boost, that's done by changing pulleys. I don't think that a 340lph pump will support 600whp but I could be wrong. The injectors are fine. You'll also want a return fuel system if you don't already have one.

Good news! I am going to upgrade you to a 450LPH pump for free!
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You can create more power by upping the boost by creating less restriction at the supercharger inlet. By going to just a turboguard and nothing to filter smaller particles you will see around 16psi. This is going to stress the fuel setup like Redondoaveb said so you need a RFS to compensate all that boost pushing against the injectors.

The great thing about the velocity intake is that you can swap from a filtered setup (525whp) to an unfiltered setup (600whp?) in a couple of minutes. Then just switch maps (5 seconds) depending on what boost level you want to run at given the environmental conditions required for filtering air.
Oops, when I saw velocity intake, for some stupid reason I was thinking turbo guard and figured he was maxed out intake wise.
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You can create more power by upping the boost by creating less restriction at the supercharger inlet. By going to just a turboguard and nothing to filter smaller particles you will see around 16psi. This is going to stress the fuel setup like Redondoaveb said so you need a RFS to compensate all that boost pushing against the injectors.

The great thing about the velocity intake is that you can swap from a filtered setup (525whp) to an unfiltered setup (600whp?) in a couple of minutes. Then just switch maps (5 seconds) depending on what boost level you want to run at given the environmental conditions required for filtering air.
So does this mean that no pulley change is needed?
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So does this mean that no pulley change is needed?
If you switch to the turbo guard screen then you'll probably get to 600whp. If not, then a pulley change will be needed. Either that or switch to e85.
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Good news! I am going to upgrade you to a 450LPH pump for free!
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