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Old Jun 9, 2017, 06:46 AM   #1
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Couldn't break 1000? Pfffff.

nice power!
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Old Jun 9, 2017, 09:38 AM   #3
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Couldn't break 1000? Pfffff.

nice power!




We will try! The double pumper maxed out here. Currently runs 255lph for cruise and a secondary 450 kicks on @15psi.

We will switch to dual 450's and that should allow more boost. (we hope)

1000whp would be cool to see on a 67mm!

We are hoping for some low 9's
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Thats pretty stout with a stock manifold/TB. There is at least 30-50whp going with an aftermarket manifold at that level. Nice results man.

How does the Graph look at smoothing 0?
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Good work Mike. Now line that sucker up with your supra
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Thats pretty stout with a stock manifold/TB. There is at least 30-50whp going with an aftermarket manifold at that level. Nice results man.

How does the Graph look at smoothing 0?
Not sure, I would have to load the file and see.

We did back the numbers up on another local dynojet. @F&S Motorsports, the car put down 955whp first hit off the street on a couple degrees less timing (street map) and warmer ambient temps. Its fairly consistent.


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Very nice! I love the fact you are still on the stock intake and TB. I'm trying to break the 1000hp mark also using the stock intake/TB. Is the fuel rail also stock? I'm also on a double pumper setup and was looking into the 450 for more fuel. After looking at some flow data I noticed that the 450 really is more for lower pressure high volume. A 255hp vs. 450 @ 95psi are about the same flow. It appears that a DW300 will actually flow more than a 450 above 40lbs of boost. Also I would run 12ga. Wire from the factory fuel pump relay for the primary pump. I would love to see a double pumper eclipse the 1000hp mark, good luck.

Do you have a build details link? Awsome street build!

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Are throttle and im ported at least?
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That is very nice, good power delivery too - assuming this is the HTZ and running a .85 T3 hotside? Would be interesting to know what it's capable of, this looks like it could give some of the 6870 results a run?
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Nice work!!

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It's running kelford 288 Cams w/ferrera valvetrain

The motor was built by Michael Edwin at stay tuned technologies.

Head ported by Michael Edwin
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Match ported or flow benched?
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Not sure, I would have to load the file and see.

We did back the numbers up on another local dynojet. @F&S Motorsports, the car put down 955whp first hit off the street on a couple degrees less timing (street map) and warmer ambient temps. Its fairly consistent.


So this is your car that is in CZero Media's video. Awesome work and hope you hit the 1,000 hp mark soon!
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Match ported or flow benched?
Head has been hand ported.
Bowls blended, Intake ports slightly opened up,slightly smoothed and knife edged, chambers matched to 4G64 Bore, combustion chambers smoothed. Exhaust ports just knife edged and polished.

Lots of time in the head.

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