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So the dyno / tune was a success.

The numbers are in
764.2 WHP
588.3 lbft
@26 psi
94 octane

Extremely pleased with the results. You will see an overlap of the exact same build but with Tomei 264s vs BC billet 276s both same boost 26 psi. I lost no spool, and gained some, There was zero sacrifice with the bigger cams only improvements with all aspects. Solid line = New setup/276 , dotted = 264s both were done with 26psi. These cams were meant for this turbo.i was able to make more TQ with less boost and i gained spool!

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Build specs:

2JZGTE non VVTI

Block:
Eagle rods
CP Pistons- 9:1 compression, .20 over
ACL bearings
ARP main rod Bolts
Upgraded wrist pins
Titan Oil Pump
Titan Motorsports Crank Damper Pulley V2
VRP Billet Tensioner

Head:
Stock head, re shimmed
BC Billet 276 cams
BC0310 upgraded spring and retainer Kit
Tomei Cam gears
ARP head studs

Turbo:
Precision Gen 2 68/70 BB - 1.0 divided
Precision 46mm wastegate,
Sound performance Original/ v1 T4 Divided manifold

Engine management:
AEM V2 ECU

Drivetrain:
Tremec T56 Magnum GR700 - close ratio
8.8 rear with 4.10 gear

Fuel:
Walbro 525
FID 2000 CC injectors
Titan Fuel rail
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator

Ignition:
LQ9 coils
NGK BKR8EIX, gapped @0.22"

Stock intake manifold with Q45 throttle body

precision 50 mm bov
4 inch downpipe to midpipe then 3inch back.
 

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764 wheel horsepower on pump gas is badass
 
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Thats amazing on Canadian 94 octane... our gas is crap!
 
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Thats strong numbers for the fuel! Should be a fun car, it's interesting to see the hp difference from the Tomei cams to the 276s. i currently have a 6870 with 264s and have wondered what a bigger cam setup would do, now i know.
 
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