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Ran it on the dyno today.
711 HP & 582 ft/lb at 25psi and 7500rpm.
Ran it in 4th Gear.
No NOS and stock bottom.
Will post graph later.
 

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Originally posted by Lue:
<STRONG>Ran it on the dyno today.
711 HP & 582 ft/lb at 25psi and 7500rpm.
Ran it in 4th Gear.
No NOS and stock bottom.
Will post graph later.</STRONG>

Congrats Lue...Fellow 2835 brethren :)

I'll never get my car tuned properly until I wide band it :(

Yo do have cams don't you...size? Do you have the smaller housings(.61) or the larger ones(.73)?

Scott

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I have the big housing. Gain 100 HP by tuning the GCC and VPC with a wide band o2. Which is well worth the money if anyone has as much electronic as I do in the car.
Running on JUN 264 and JUN CAM gears st at 0 and 0 degree.
 

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Very nice. Scan and post the chart when you have time. I wonder why there is so much variance in torque numbers between different single turbo supras. Some have peak torque and hp that are pretty close, and others don't.
 

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A bigger turbo will make more HP and less TQ (and have more lag), however, it'll make that HP up top in the RPM range. You can figure using the good ol' equation
HP=Tq(RPM)/5252
A smaller turbo will spool quicker and make a bit less HP up top will make more TQ...

Originally posted by XCELR8:
<STRONG>Very nice. Scan and post the chart when you have time. I wonder why there is so much variance in torque numbers between different single turbo supras. Some have peak torque and hp that are pretty close, and others don't.</STRONG>
 
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