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This is what I got from my mods:
382 RWHP, 392 Torque, Approx 100HP + Stock
Bone stock 60 days ago, added this to my 97'TT

Blitz SuSS Air intake
Blitz Nur Spec Exhaust
HKS Downpipe
Blitz SBiC Boost Control (set @ 20 PSI)
12V Fuel Mod
Fuel Computer Management System to adjust fuel throughout RPM Spectrum,Eliminates detonation.
Plus a litttle secret: Ported and Polished my stock Turbos!

This is what you get for $4800

Stumove
 

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stumove said:
This is what I got from my mods:
382 RWHP, 392 Torque, Approx 100HP + Stock
Bone stock 60 days ago, added this to my 97'TT

Blitz SuSS Air intake
Blitz Nur Spec Exhaust
HKS Downpipe
Blitz SBiC Boost Control (set @ 20 PSI)
12V Fuel Mod
Fuel Computer Management System to adjust fuel throughout RPM Spectrum,Eliminates detonation.
Plus a litttle secret: Ported and Polished my stock Turbos!

This is what you get for $4800

Stumove
Wow, really low numbers. My plain BPU car made 425rwhp/447rwt for far less than $4800.

For you numbers to be so low you either have a worn out motor (doubt it) or you were getting lots of timing retard.
 

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Thanks for your imputs. I am going back to the dyno for re-sequencing the turbos on monday the 21st. I also found out I had a bad injector. Now I have something to compare with.
It is kind of dissapointing:(
I will post when I get back. Lets hope for another 25 hp +

Stu
 

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Stu forgot to mention he has a catalytic converter on the car. He's doing fine considering this "setback". :)

Steve T.
1995 Supra TT hardtop (BPU+++)
 
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stumove said:
This is what I got from my mods:
382 RWHP, 392 Torque, Approx 100HP + Stock
Bone stock 60 days ago, added this to my 97'TT

Blitz SuSS Air intake
Blitz Nur Spec Exhaust
HKS Downpipe
Blitz SBiC Boost Control (set @ 20 PSI)
12V Fuel Mod
Fuel Computer Management System to adjust fuel throughout RPM Spectrum,Eliminates detonation.
Plus a litttle secret: Ported and Polished my stock Turbos!

This is what you get for $4800

Stumove
dynos lie they are not accurate in real world driving. calculations with weight, distance and time is the only sure way to get accurate measurments. your car is pushing well over 400hp.
 

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Keep in mind that the HKS pipe that he has in only a midpipe so he has a cat. He could probably get another 10hp from just that. But good luck on the next run!!
John
 

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Probably more than 10 rwhp, unless their cat is extremely free flowing. ;)

Steve T.

97TTdawg said:
Keep in mind that the HKS pipe that he has in only a midpipe so he has a cat. He could probably get another 10hp from just that. But good luck on the next run!!
John
 

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I just saw Stuart's latest dyno sheets today...his car is a beast! :eek:

He made 385 rwhp/403 rwtq on pump gas with a catalytic converter on the car. Not sure what boost he ran at for that, but I can tell you that he is using the Unichip for fuel and ignition control (instead of the HKS VPC/GCC). The Unichip may prove to be the best bang for the buck solution for the MKIV, as it will effectively replace a Greddy BCC, HKS VPC, HKS GCC, and GForce upgraded ECU...all for about $600 (uninstalled).

Judging from what I saw, I may be getting a Unichip instead of the upcoming AEM ECU...but I'll wait and see. Here is more information on the Unichip if you're interested:

http://www.theracersgroup.com/theprogram_unichip.html

Steve T.
 
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