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Old May 2, 2016, 07:39 PM
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Evo 8 FP 71hta 91/E85 (Updated GSC S2 installed)

Well it took longer than expected but GSC S2 cams were finally installed and tuned.

91 octane, 24 psi, cutout closed and open

E85, 26 psi, cutout closed and open

New parts added: GSC S2 w/5041 springs and retainers
FP manifold
Stock catback was put back on with electric cutout in place of test pipe

Just wanted to share my results and wanted to know what you guys think. This is on both 91 octane and e85. GSC s2 cams with valve springs and retainers are next on the list.

Mod list:
Stock block and Head(Stock cams)
FP 84mm 71hta w/ 18psi wga
FP 84mm intake pipe
3" TBE
Muse 02 dump
3 port bcs
Synapse DV
Vrsf 3.5" intercooler
Muse licp
Walbro 255
RC 1200cc injectors


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Old May 2, 2016, 07:49 PM
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Nice setup! Is e85 readily available in California?
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The stock cams are definitely hurting in the high rpms. The GSC S2s will help a lot.
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Wow your setup is similar to mine. Missing a couple mods that you have that are probably holding me back. Thanks for sharing!

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Wow your setup is similar to mine. Missing a couple mods that you have that are probably holding me back. Thanks for sharing!
I thought you where on stock turbo?
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Originally Posted by razorlab View Post
I thought you where on stock turbo?
Yes I am on stock turbo/stock cams. It was bad wording on my part.

What I meant to say was I wish I could emulate evo4life94's setup because I am only missing a couple parts to make it happen.

To be specific on the parts I am missing:

FP 84mm 71hta
FP 84mm intake pipe
Muse 02 dump
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actually pretty similar to my mods also. I'm missing the 84mm cover and intake pipe as well as I still have the stock o2 housing. I dyno'd at 405hp 381 tq 27psi.

GSC s2 with muse o2 housing next up for me. Congrats on results!
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What boost for the runs?
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How much boost?
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I need to get my car on a dyno to see what my numbers are. Been considering this or a Red but I think some tranny work will be needed first just to be safe.
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oh ... outstanding.. i need e85
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once you go e85... you never go back...
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Is this a fairly conservative tune? I only ask cause on the same dyno with the same mods I made 450/400 on E85 also on stock cams. There's more to be had in your setup, unless you want it conservative
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Originally Posted by e_kobz View Post
Is this a fairly conservative tune? I only ask cause on the same dyno with the same mods I made 450/400 on E85 also on stock cams. There's more to be had in your setup, unless you want it conservative
I would think so as I'm sure the stock turbo can put close to those numbers down but with a lot of boost. How much psi?

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Originally Posted by edsct9a View Post
I would think so as I'm sure the stock turbo can put close to those numbers down but with a lot of boost. How much psi?
On my 450/400 E85 map I'm running 30psi tapering to 27.5psi by 7500rpm. Nasty little setup
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