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Old Feb 17, 2014, 10:28 PM
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BR 2.0LR ETS T3 6466 GSC S3 Cali 91oct & E85

I recently posted the 91oct from this car only here at: https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...ali-91oct.html

Here are the E85 results at various boost levels during around 2-3PM in California. Temps were around 70F.



Unfortunately this car ran out of injectors. 100% IDC and the AFR shot to 13's so we had to stop. We also maxed out the 4 bar map sensor at 44.9619 <-- That's what it shows when you pass 45psi with the 4bar (Not maxed at peak rpm though).

So we just left it at around the 740whp range for now until he switches to bigger injectors and address the fueling and map sensor if he wants to run more then 45psi.

Here's the pull we ran 45psi and instantly ran out fuel and IDC shot to 100%.



I didnt log with 2byte RPM, so 1byte only logged up to 7968RPM, so possibly it was making more power then the vd said. I ran another degree past 8k also.

at smoothing 6 the above graph was 809whp / 570wtq. that's probably more so around 790ish, due to the 20F cooler temps and 4psi increase assuming the vehicle makes around 10whp per psi and the temps accommodate for roughly a 10whp increase.

Vehicle: Evo 8 RS (17,193 miles)
Fuel: E85
Temp: 70F / California

Mods:

Buschur 2.0 LR (5k miles)
Buschur stage 3 head
Buschur ported IM
Buschur uicp
Buschur Race FMIC 3.8"
Buschur double pumper
FIC 1650cc inj
Tial QR BOV
Mil spec 65mm TB
GSC S3
Kiggly ss valves and guides +1mm
L19 headstuds
Tial 44mm wastegate (red)
External dump
Precision 6466 turbo
ETS licp
ETS T3 turbo kit (ported & coated) grey
Spoolinup cop
Megan exhaust
Grimmspeed 3 port
Tephra v7 SD /w ecuboost

Here is the 91oct results vs E85:



There are restrictions in the setup that could be addressed and it would make better power per boost (bigger tb, bigger exhaust, etc), but for the mods its not to bad.

The 45psi pull temp was 59F. The map sensor wasn't maxed out at high RPM though, but very close to it. at 44.4psi

Heres a log showing IDC & boost on that one.




Heres some cool pics of his car he sent me to post also:








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Old Feb 17, 2014, 10:55 PM
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That tire pic is sexy such nice fill
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super nice! can't wait till my 6466 is on!
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Are these tires 26" height? it says they are on here, but its listed as 245/45/17 ? we used the 245/45/17 (25.68) in vd, but if I set it to 26 i get 19whp increase in 722whp number putting it at 741whp

https://secure.buschurracing.com/cat...b96e5b9e746eb2

edit: nevermind, They are. http://www.mandhtires.com/M-H-Drag-R...7#.UwL-Z_RDvg4

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looks like time for bigger injectors. Nice numbers Tom. Makes me really wanna know where ill be sitting.
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Old Feb 18, 2014, 10:03 PM
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That thing is a "BEAST"! Nice work Tom.
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what clutch is in the car?
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Um, 13.2 AFR??
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what clutch is in the car?
QM 8-leg
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Um, 13.2 AFR??
ran out fuel and IDC shot to 100%.
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looks like time for bigger injectors. Nice numbers Tom. Makes me really wanna know where ill be sitting.
Yup lol picked up some 2150's, changing out the ignition system, going ff and few other things

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That thing is a "BEAST"! Nice work Tom.
Definitely a BEAST for daily best part I like about it. It drives like a stock car. if not, probably better. Tom, really knows his stuff. Not bad for a conservative tune until I swap out few things. Thanks again, tom.
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Are you staying with the same Turbo? You should see what more fuel nets you then switch to front facing and see if it gains anything. I doubt it will make much difference.
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Are you staying with the same Turbo? You should see what more fuel nets you then switch to front facing and see if it gains anything. I doubt it will make much difference.
Yes, staying with the same turbo. I'm still thinking twice about ff tho cus I do stay in Cali after all lol I would hate to get a state ref! Ff for daily will cause crazy attention. The roll cage does the same right now hahah.
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Seems like its about done. No need to go anything else other than inj for security. Nice whip
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