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What kind of dyno #'s should I expect. I just bought a Greddy-T78. Here is a few thing to help.
95 black 6-sp hardtop
Built motor- dynoed 380 rwhhp on 14 psi
720cc injectors
twin Supra fuel pumps
HKS rail
All bolt-ons
G-Force ECU
Stock cams
Ported & polished head
I will also be running a side-pipe at all times. I love no emissions testing in Oldham Co. Kentucky.

Thanks for the help. Chris
 

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Knowing you Chris, I would say your #'s are going to be about 50HP fewer than mine:D BTW, I drove my car today ( for about 2 miles) until I realized that the CHEAP ASS vacuum hose I bought at Pep-boys was melting to my exhaust manifold. @#@#@%!$!!
Oh well, Thursdays the day I will have time to finish it!

Oh I forgot to answer your question. I would guess 650 RWHP on high boost.
 

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CHRIS EVANS said:
What kind of dyno #'s should I expect. I just bought a Greddy-T78. Here is a few thing to help.
95 black 6-sp hardtop
Built motor- dynoed 380 rwhhp on 14 psi
720cc injectors
twin Supra fuel pumps
HKS rail
All bolt-ons
G-Force ECU
Stock cams
Ported & polished head
I will also be running a side-pipe at all times. I love no emissions testing in Oldham Co. Kentucky.

Thanks for the help. Chris
You have a really impressive ET for your MPH...what was your 60' time to do the [email protected]? Very impressive.:)

What exactly did you build in your motor and you don't have a aftermarket intake correct?
 

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CHRIS,

Great to see you posting. You are one of the other "lucky 18", and I remember when you were trying to sell your hardtop. Glad you stuck with it! ;)

Steve T.
1995 Supra TT hardtop
 
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