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Last year we did some secret testing on the 6466 on Reid's car. Interestingly the 6466 came out the clear winner on a 100% bone stock 2J motor.
All using the same/similar AR exhaust housing?
Hi larry, from your other thread, you posted a dyno chart with the 6265 comparing to the 6466 and the 6766:
the 6265 reads: 745whp and 755wtq 36 psi
And then you have the dyno chart above comparing the 6266 with the 6466 and the 6766:
the 6266 ALSO reads: 745whp and 755wtq 36 psi
Was there an typing error on the first dyno chart? Was it really a 6265 or a 6266? I ask because both the 6265 and the 6266 reads the same whp and wtq on both these dyno graphs. How is it possible ? I thought the 6266 was at least 30hp more than its predecessor?
ok thanks for clearing that up Larry. I've been doing a lot of research lately on these 3 turbos, and i just wanted to clarify to clear any doubts.Precision sent us the turbos to test. At first we thought it was a 6265 because we did not know that a 6266 existed. Unknown to us it ended up being a 6266.
ok thanks for clearing that up Larry. I've been doing a lot of research lately on these 3 turbos, and i just wanted to clarify to clear any doubts.
So in other words, these 2 dyno charts are essentially the same then ?
Were all BB, or are we comparing JB 6266 and 6766 to the bb 6466.
Apples to applesAll BB, not that it really makes a difference on the dyno..... 100 rpm at most.