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Old Feb 26, 2018, 02:33 PM
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2.4LR Evo 9 93oct Virtual Dyno Results

Hello everyone, this is my first post in the forum and also my first thread. I would like some advice and thoughts about my current build. The build is as follows:

Engine
2.4LR Block
Carrilo 156mm H-Beam Rods
Wiseco 1400HD 86.5mm Pistons
Manley 100mm Billet Crankshaft
GSC Race Balance Shaft
Fluidampr Crank Pulley
ΟΕΜ intake manifold
ΟΕΜ throttle body
ΟΕΜ manifold
Evo 8 turbo with 20G compressor & 10.5 Hotside
Forge Evo 9 IWG with 18psi spring
Tomei V2 Downpipe
De-cat Test Pipe
HKS Hi-Power Silent Exhaust
Greddy intercooler
Mishimoto Intercooler Pipe Kit
ARP 2000 Head Studs
ARP Main Studs
ARP Balancer Bolt

Head
Mild Intake & Exhaust Porting
GSC R2 Cams
GSC spring & Retainer Kit
GSC Zero Tick Lifters
Supertech STD size valves
HKS Cam Pulley
ER Mivec Gear Mod
ARP Cam Tower Bolts
ARP Cam Bolts

Transmission
5speed trans from Evo 6 - Rebuild with Synchrotech carbon synchros
ORC Twin Clutch
4.11 Final Drive

ECU
Link G4+

Fuel
AEM 320 Fuel Pump
AMS Fuel Rail
ID 1050x injectors
93oct

Handling
Tein Flex Z
Project mu 2 piece SCR-Pro front rotors and HC+ pads with teflon brake lines

Wheels
OEM for now wearing Continental contact 3. Upgrading to Advan RS 17x8.5 wearing 245/40/17 Michelin Pilot Sport 4.

The run was done in 3rd Gear, 93oct pump gas. The boost was 25psi and uptop dropping to 20psi probably due to backpressure issues. I also attach the csv file of the log.

Next step after the purchase of Magnus V5 and S90 TB, is the purchase of a T4 1.15a/r 6466 TS with a T4 TS Manifold and twin mvs 38mm wastegates. After these, I will try to hit my goal which is around 600+whp or even 650+ on pump gas. Before you ask me why I use pump gas, E85 is unavailable at my country and race gas is not in my thoughts at the moment as it is a DD. However, here we use 98oct RON pump gas which i think it is a high quality 93pump gas in us

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Old Feb 26, 2018, 05:36 PM
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i notice you had 4.11 final. you did correct your VD data for it .. correct?
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Needs more wgate preload. tq is delayed badly.
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Old Feb 26, 2018, 06:26 PM
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why are you not seeing full boost until almost 5k RPM?
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Old Feb 27, 2018, 12:04 AM
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Originally Posted by hutch959 View Post
i notice you had 4.11 final. you did correct your VD data for it .. correct?
Yes, i corrected it
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Old Feb 27, 2018, 12:05 AM
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Originally Posted by ExViTermini View Post
Needs more wgate preload. tq is delayed badly.
That is what i noticed too. The wastegate is a Forge IWG with a 18psi spring
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Originally Posted by kaj View Post
why are you not seeing full boost until almost 5k RPM?
I do not know what is wrong with boost. I attached the csv log file. i did not manage to set up virtual dyno to show psi correctly. I maybe doing something wrong with the log recording
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Old Feb 27, 2018, 12:12 AM
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Keep in mind that the tuning was done on the street and not on dyno. I do not know if on dyno the tuner can set it up to spool earlier
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Something isn't right. A 20g on a 2.4 should see peak boost much, much sooner.
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Originally Posted by Tuxevo View Post
Something isn't right. A 20g on a 2.4 should see peak boost much, much sooner.
I know. I will have a look to my wastegate preload and also on my 10.5 hotside for possible leaks
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Old Feb 27, 2018, 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by ConEvo View Post
Keep in mind that the tuning was done on the street and not on dyno. I do not know if on dyno the tuner can set it up to spool earlier
I'm not too familiar with a 20g, but my FP HTA71 reached 20psi by 3400RPM or so and my FP Green did so around 3600RPM, both on a stock 2.0L. You're not seeing it until 4300RPM. Could be a number of reasons, but I'd do a boost leak test just in case, so you don't kill the turbo.
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Update.

This weekend I tried to adjust the wastegate preload. the preload was far too stiff. Maybe 6 full turns. I adjusted it to 3 full turns and took it for a road test. It seems that it had slightly better spool but nowhere near from what is supposed to spool. Probably the hotside must have cracks. Here's the new log


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If I may make a suggestion if your going new intake mani, look at something with larger runners to let that 2.4 breath. The magnus is a sweet piece but to small for the 2.4. I would suggest the AMS f1 if you could fine one, or a JMF manifold. The larger ports on the runners will help a ton. Plus it will push the rpm band more to the right some which will help your top end. I am planning on running a JMF drag mani on my car. Good luck with the build.
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Your spool is bad. My 2.4LR (gsc s3+ magnus V5+fp black mhi housing) hits 300tq sooner than yours. Is your 2.4LR cam timing spot on?
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Originally Posted by MR ArcticC View Post
Your spool is bad. My 2.4LR (gsc s3+ magnus V5+fp black mhi housing) hits 300tq sooner than yours. Is your 2.4LR cam timing spot on?
Remember he is on a stock intake mani, and tb they are both choke points on a 2.4. My car makes 300 ft lbs of tq by 3500 rpms on stock tb and Rev3 ported intake mani with a turbo similar to a black.
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