Please pardon the fact that I can't drive my car worth a crap yet. This is obvious based upon my 2.18 60' times on drag radials. However, despite my overzealous launching of my car and poor initial traction, the car performed pretty well.
Again, this is an automatic car with stock fuel, stock MAF. No VPC, no front mount intercooler, no NOS.
The car (despite my poor driving skills) went 11.70 at 129.68 MPH! Not too bad, I'd say. I only made 2 passes before I got booted from the track for lack of a rollbar. Apparently, having a competition audio system in the hatch is NOT an excuse for not having a roll bar. Anyway, I would have liked to have worked a little more on my launches, but I guess I'll save that for another day.
Bottom line: 129.68 MPH on stock fuel, stock MAF, SP63 with a .58 housing. I definitely endorse this turbo! It's a great product! And it's as streetable as any turbo out there.
Tozer, you are absolutely correct about the EGTs and being near the limits of the stock fuel system. I actually ran 129 and 129.68 on back to back runs. The boost was somewhere between 23-24 psi on the last run and the EGT's got up to right at 900C, with the probe mounted in the collector of the header. This was on 100 octane unleaded fuel.
The EGT's were a little higher than I'd like to see, but I wanted to know what the stock fuel and stock MAF could handle. I think I've found it's limits. If I could launch the car properly, I could probably get much better ET's on even less boost. A VPC and fuel system are definitely in the works now.
I have no intention of running it quite that hard again until I have a fuel system. Either that, or some 104 or 110 octane fuel in the tank. If I get my VPC in the next week or so, I'll go dyno again and see what the difference is.