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hi just wondering if anyone have any experience or similar build with mine. Just wanted to compare to on how much hp it should make. when i finished my dyno session these coming week.

build:
Engine:-
Stock 2jzgte long block

fueling system:-
FIC 1220cc
FIC fuel rail with 6AN single feed
walbro 525lph fuel pump
Fuellab fuel regulator
93 octane fuel
Stock new fuel filter

Forced induction:-
Cast manifold
Tial 44mm wastegate
SXE366 , 0.81AR
Grimspeed manual BC

transmission:-
R154
OS giken TR2CD clutch

EMS:-
Ecumaster classic

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Depends on the dyno
Depends on the psi
Depends on the tune
Pretty much it depends lol.

People have hit over 800hp with more modifications and E85with the 366 turbo on a 2jzgte.
 

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Depends on the dyno
Depends on the psi
Depends on the tune
Pretty much it depends lol.

People have hit over 800hp with more modifications and E85with the 366 turbo on a 2jzgte.
unfortunately there is no E85 in my country, just pump 93 octane so i would expect it to be at 27psi at most?

Is 600whp achieveable with my current setup?
 

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unfortunately there is no E85 in my country, just pump 93 octane so i would expect it to be at 27psi at most?

Is 600whp achievable with my current setup?
I would say so but ill let others confirm. Many wouldn't push 93 to 27psi.
 

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Based on my experience mid 500’s on 93 is the norm with a conservative tune and mid 20’s psi.
 

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fueling system:-
FIC 1220cc
FIC fuel rail with 6AN single feed
walbro 525lph fuel pump
Fuellab fuel regulator
93 octane fuel
Stock new fuel filter
Your fuel system seems conflicting: medium sized 6AN line feeding a factory filter running to very large injectors? I believe the stock fuel line is the same as 6AN, so why even upgrade the part that runs to the fuel filter? Why so large on injector if you don't need them?

Al
 

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Your fuel system seems conflicting: medium sized 6AN line feeding a factory filter running to very large injectors? I believe the stock fuel line is the same as 6AN, so why even upgrade the part that runs to the fuel filter? Why so large on injector if you don't need them?

Al
thanks for highlighting it. i only changed the lines after the fuel filter to the rail to remove the fuel damper on the stock ones.
as for the large injector. just an investment for future upgrade if i needed more.
 

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i did a few pulls and below is my fueling VE table and my logs. here is my VE table from 4K - 7K rpm. the fueling value doesnt seems right (higher that i thought ) just to get around 11.4 AFR. whats your thought on this one gents? is this normal?

fuel pump 525lph set to 43.5psi (vaccum off); 13.5v at pump at 21psi boost

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You should add cams to your list. Not sure about your 93 octane, but here in the states I wouldn't push it past 18-19psi.

Steve
 

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You should add cams to your list. Not sure about your 93 octane, but here in the states I wouldn't push it past 18-19psi.

Steve
at first, i was also thinking to add the cams as well. but i figured i might as well save it for a full rebuild when the time comes.
hopefully our 95 octane fuel (will be launched in my country next week) can help a little on my tune.
 

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thanks for highlighting it. i only changed the lines after the fuel filter to the rail to remove the fuel damper on the stock ones.
as for the large injector. just an investment for future upgrade if i needed more.
Tougher to tune for max power if the injectors are way over sized for the power range you are in.
Hard to get nice idle mix and 14:1 across the band. They can be used for sure but not optimum.
I used 1000cc 96lb/hr injectors for 800 RWHP.... and they are marginally on the large side.
 

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Guys,
Just completed my dyno yesterday.
Here it is
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im happy with the results. Hop this will benefits others aiming for similar build

cheers
 
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