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Old Apr 11, 2013, 03:19 AM
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BR 2.0L 6266 S3 93oct 26psi

Jack changed his setup a lot, so i recently retuned it. He took it to the track and said the trans / clutch combo was giving him trouble, but still managed a pretty good ET.

The dyno was done at night with colder air temps & denser air, about 40F colder than when he visited the track, so i suspect the vehicle will trap somewhere around 127 or so in the same temp conditions he was being tuned in with a cleaner pass.

Loc: PA
ECU: tephra v7 speed density
Gas: 93 octane

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BR stage 3 2.0L (manley crank / manley rods / je pistons)
BR Double Pumper
BR Race FMIC
Precision Journal bearing 6266
GSC S3 Cams (Supertech Dual valve springs and ti retainers)
CBRE 70mm Stock Ported Intake manifold
Full blown 70mm throttle body
Spoolinup COP
Standard Arp head studs
Tial QR BOV
Tial 44mm mvr wastegate
4'' SD intake with green filter
Precision 1000cc Injectors
Greddy Tic Exhaust
Hallman MBC

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Slip: (40F warmer temps then dyno temps & more humid - estimated 500WHP at the track due to weather)



E85 is next.

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Car drives like stock.. Until you floor it and it puts 600cc bikes in their place! Tom dialed the tune in perfect on this one. It's truly a monster on just 93oct on e85 it's going to be crazy!
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nice power and good pass but i would think should have made it in high 10's
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Originally Posted by boost556 View Post
nice power and good pass but i would think should have made it in high 10's
the weather would need to be just right like it was when we were tuning the car where it made another 40whp or so at night. If he goes back on a colder day and the cars around that 540whp area again a 10 is possible, but the car can't be having any kind of shifting issues or anything like that in general. it would require a full clean pass, which i don't think he is able to do 100% without changes. he also spun quite a bit, which does not help.

even a 1.40 60ft wouldn't get it done, it would need to be colder out + perfect driving, which just doesn't normally happen for everybody.

If i was him id be happy with a 11.3 on 93oct. The traps obviously down a few mph due to the not clean pass + hotter temps (540whp dynojet typically does 127-128). but all in all the car is pretty quick and is more than enough power to have fun with and enjoy on the street on 93.

Now on E85 a 10 should be on his first pass unless he gets locked out or something doesn't cooperate.
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Car drives like stock.. Until you floor it and it puts 600cc bikes in their place! Tom dialed the tune in perfect on this one. It's truly a monster on just 93oct on e85 it's going to be crazy!
Thanks Jack for the kind words! Your car should be an easy 700whp+ on e85. the only thing we need to do is swap the injectors out for something like 1450cc fic. I haven't mentioned this to you yet, but i'm not going to charge you to set the new injectors up on 93.
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Originally Posted by tscompusa View Post
Thanks Jack for the kind words! Your car should be an easy 700whp+ on e85. the only thing we need to do is swap the injectors out for something like 1450cc fic. I haven't mentioned this to you yet, but i'm not going to charge you to set the new injectors up on 93.
awesome!!
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Very nice. Would their be any benefit of replacing the mbc for 3 port with this setup?
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Nice stuff!

Tom, could you share what peak timing you use at peak tq and in the high rpm range?
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Great results!
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Very nice. Would their be any benefit of replacing the mbc for 3 port with this setup?
not on the 93octane tune no. i dont think it would effect spool either on the external wga.

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Nice stuff!

Tom, could you share what peak timing you use at peak tq and in the high rpm range?
i cant sorry. i will say every setup is different, and you cant just use the same settings for every car. every car likes its own combination of balancing.
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I understand I was just wondering what was used on the 93 setup...
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