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Evo 8 Stock block FP black - 402 HP 318 TQ - 29 psi - Buschur Tuned

After 4 years of owning my Evo, it has finally been tuned, and I honestly wish I would have done it sooner, even when it was on the stock 9 turbo.

93 octane
Stock block
Stock head with supertech valves,
Kelford 272 cams and Kelford springs
Walbro 255
FIC 1050cc injectors
Wate​​​​​​r/Meth injection, not used for the tune
JB FP black SS housing
STM short route UICP and small battery
ETS intercooler
TurboXS HP boost controller
Tial BOV and Wastegate
STM downpipe for FP turbos
Buschur Racing exhaust and compressor outlet


Car feels great on the street, it might be a bit laggier than some would like, but I don't mind it and still think the car is a blast to drive, especially with the tephra no lift.

Previous best at the track with the 9 turbo and a stock tune I modified to work with my car was [email protected] I'm fairly certain I will see 11s my first pass, and I'm hoping to be consistent mid 11s by the end of the summer.

Next step is to save up for a Buschur block and go for more power. Original plan was for a 2.0 LR, but Dave might have me talked into a 2.3. Thanks to David Buschur for the solid tune, and the guys at Buschur Racing that I talked to before and after the tune. I will definitely be going back for another tune when the time comes.
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Looks fun

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Curious how these numbers would translate to "virtual Dyno"

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I was curious of this myself, both on mustang and dynojet settings. I'm going to check that out this week. Not sure why my graph pic showed up sideways though..
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Originally Posted by 740 Turbo Brick View Post
Next step is to save up for a Buschur block and go for more power. Original plan was for a 2.0 LR, but Dave might have me talked into a 2.3.
2.3 or 2.3 RPM?
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He didn't specify, if I do go 2.3 it will probably just be the standard one. I don't expect to need more than 8500 rpm
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Stock block, fp black, 400hp....What am I missing? Am I being punked? Wheres the power?
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Nice ride and numbers. Interested in the new times you'll put down on the new setup.
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Nice ride and numbers. Interested in the new times you'll put down on the new setup.
Thanks! I am very much looking forward to hitting the track this year. From what I've read and numbers I've seen off the BR dyno and track times to back it up, I should see 11s fairly easy, then just a matter of how far I can go into the 11s
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Stock block, fp black, 400hp....What am I missing? Am I being punked? Wheres the power?
Are you familiar with Buschurs Mustang dyno? I'm not trying to impress anyone with huge stock block numbers. I wanted a fun car with a turbo to grow on, and I have just that.
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Originally Posted by 740 Turbo Brick View Post
Are you familiar with Buschurs Mustang dyno? I'm not trying to impress anyone with huge stock block numbers. I wanted a fun car with a turbo to grow on, and I have just that.
Adding in an extra 12% shoots it up to around ~450 hp. Still low for a black with cams. They must have thrown more timing at it Im assuming. If you can put up with the lag, kudos to you.
If their dyno is off more then that, they should fix their ****. They should be able to afford it since now all they do is GTR crap.
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What clutch are you using by the way?
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What clutch are you using by the way?
ACT XTSS. Has about 3 years, 13k miles, and at least 60 launches on it. Still holding great.
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Originally Posted by lancerrally45 View Post
Adding in an extra 12% shoots it up to around ~450 hp. Still low for a black with cams. They must have thrown more timing at it Im assuming. If you can put up with the lag, kudos to you.
If their dyno is off more then that, they should fix their ****. They should be able to afford it since now all they do is GTR crap.
Buschur has explained time and time again that it is setup exactly the way Mustang set it up to begin with, what difference does it make to you what numbers it puts out anyway? I've seen a local mustang dyno read higher than any dynojet. A dyno is a tool, plain and simple. It works as intended.
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Originally Posted by evo8426 View Post
Buschur has explained time and time again that it is setup exactly the way Mustang set it up to begin with, what difference does it make to you what numbers it puts out anyway? I've seen a local mustang dyno read higher than any dynojet. A dyno is a tool, plain and simple. It works as intended.
This is what I've come to realize as well. It's fun to compare numbers, but you can't get a real apples to apples unless you have 2 cars on the same dyno on the same day. Other than that, compare trap speeds race from a 40 roll. Regardless, the only other time this car was on Buschurs dyno was at the shootout 2 years ago, with a **** poor email tune that made 230/262, cutting out at 6k rpm. Over 100 HP gain, it feels like a new car to me
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grats! im sure its fun. if buschur tuned it, then its fine.
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