I want to see one showing the RPM's and hp/torque curve
Maybe Guilly can come in here and answer your questions. At first I wondered about those numbers too but once I saw the dyno sheet I was a beleiver. Looks legit to me.Sound Performance said:[Does that say 873?? Can't be right unless he has about 200 hp of NOS. Most people make around 700 rwhp at 28 psi with the HKS twins.
Someone is not telling us something here..... I have installed many of these and they do not make that much hp on a stock motor........ and the lag is absolutely the worst out of any turbo I have ever installed.
KING said:Larry. Since you never built a car that went more the 138mph without nitrous, you would be the NOS expert . Guilly has a very well tuned GT2835 set-up and this was with a small shot of nitrous.
This is the highest dyno-ing GT2835 car in the WORLD, as well as the highest stock block dyno-ing car in the WORLD. And since we are on that subject, my car at 794rwhp is the highest dyno-ing stock block Supra with factory cams in the WORLD . Not that we put much meaning in dyno numbers, it is just a reference point for decent tuning.
KING said:Lag ? Please Larry. This car has more power at 4800 rpm than most ANY BPU Supra and at 5800 rpm's it puts down over 600rwhp and 600rwtq, which is more power sooner in the power band than most any SP turbo kit I have seen posted
2835rls said:HKS made a one off set of what i think were 2530s for the HKS silver supra the came out in MOTOR TREND a while ago. this kit was lag free i hear edwin a guy who use to work for HKS bought that supra and last time i heard was selling the kit. i think he now works for APEX...
pooshda said:heh... If big power means im gonna run 11's still then I dont want big power, Id rather be running 10's with 650hp than 11's with 800hp.
But thats just me, I know some people like to have a big number to show off to their friends so they can impress everyone.