Hey Stu, are you taking payments already? I can send whenever your ready. Also, are there anymore revisions in the works for the turbos or are the gt28s the final option?
I would say this is one of the biggest blunders with these gt28 twins. lack of centralized information for all the available products Stu has made to date. I wish BNR or Stu would have put a dedicated info in each of their own website and make it clear for those to access.pm sent.
i checked BNRs site and they dont show much on there unless i'm missing something. regardless, if you say they're good then i'm fine with that.
Yeah,it was $3200, BNR lists the JDM version for $1750, which I am assumung that they are also using the same price for the USDM ones.I tried to yank these from SFS because they were asking too much They were $3200 and I am $2500... But then I am not a business and I am not into this for profit.
That's what I was thinking but remember, they don't have a USDM option over there like we do hereSomeone may speak up on the exact JDM specs, but from my research, the Aussies have been very popular and successful with JDM hybrids. Check out Munro Racing. There may be significant savings for us by locating a junk set of JDMs (CHEAP!!!) and sending them BNR for STU GTX re-milling to be used with these new manifolds.
So for someone like me it probably doesnt make sense to get your new manifold unless I am willing to go aftermarket ECU. It sounds like my best bet would be to just get the turbos only and use the stock manifold and possibly port that. I will shoot you an email too about it.Ishii's shop has done a couple of GT28 installs to stock supra's. Only BPU was a boost controller and catback exhaust. They seem to avg around 430whp on pump gas at 16psi. Without getting larger injectors (requires a piggy back) you are for sure limited to about 480whp max. The 550cc injectors are good to about 475ish Whp at 80%IDC. OEM FP is good to maybe 500whp. So you can still get great results but you are leaving a lot of power on the table. But it for sure gives you room for future mods. TBH I really cannot venture to say the gains on the manifold being so close to OEM configuration. Still same issues, even if you do gain HP your still limited to same overall level of power.
Are most of you that are doing going to be running Aftermarket ECU's or are you running Stock ECU with piggybacks? I feel like I am in the minority here wanting to run the stock ECU with no piggybacks on these turbos, which severly limits their gains.