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Old Sep 26, 2012, 10:18 PM
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TSCOMPTUNED - Evo 9 Stock Block FP Black DBB 38PSI~ E85 | 580whp

Just finished Matt's E85 tune. This is probably the safest approach ive taken yet to extract major power out of a stock block while keeping overall torque to a minimum.

Fuel: E85
Tuning: Tephra v7 Speed density + Hybrid Boost

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Stock Block / Head (unported)
FP Black DBB
BR Double Pumper
BR ported intake manifold
BR ported exhaust manifold
BR o2 housing
FIC 1550s
Grimmspeed 3 port
Hallman pro mbc
Kelford 272
ARP head studs
Sparktech ignition non cdi
Works 65mm throttlebody
AMS intercooler + upper/lower piping
Tial Q bov
Perrin exhaust and downpipe
JMFab / TSCOMPTUNED 4" SD Intake pipe + Big K&N filter




Max smoothing below:



Also note the spoolup.. 27psi by 4200RPM. mivec is doing some serious work.

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Wow! Nice curve!

How much boost? 37-39psi?
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Looks good. Interesting way to control the boost curve to keep torque in check.

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Its really amazing how smooth the curve is. Nice power.
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Wow, I have never seen boost graph like that. Jumps 10psi from 6200 to 7600. Its like he hit the "nos button" lol. Must be pretty sweet though. Always love to see new TScomptuned threads.
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omfg, now thats a ****ing map.
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WOW!!!!! badass keep that block alive!!!!!
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Boost cerve FTW!
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Sick map lol dreaming of something like that!
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Good job as always Tom
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Thats awesome!!! I hope mine makes similiar power.
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Tom how is the boost spiking like that after 6k rpm? Excuse my ignorance
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Looks like FP Blacks famous boost creep...... need an open dump??
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Originally Posted by jusa4bngr05mr View Post
Looks like FP Blacks famous boost creep...... need an open dump??
I don't have boost creep and I don't have an open dump on my FP Black setup.


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