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E85 evo 9 turbo w/ bolt-ons 432hp 406tq!

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Got my evo 8 a few years ago and finally made the big switch to evo 9 turbo/e85. Had the car tuned by Sam @ RRE for dual map 91/e85. The car made 432whp/406tq on e85 and 351whp 319tq on 91; more power than I expected with currently 95k on the engine. Let me know what you guys think

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Evo 9 turbo
evo 9 bov
DIY COP
MAP 02 dump
3port boost solenoid
APR head studs
hks racing suction intake w/ amsoil filter
kelford 272
4.5in Sheepey intercooler
RC 1200 injectors
walbro 255
ETS licp
ETS uicp
Perrin exhaust 3inch
Perrin down pipe 3inch
Ultimate racing high flow cat 3inch





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Holy **** that's basically as much power as my HTA71.

**edit: Dynapak. Makes sense, sounds about right. Nice job!
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Excellent results

You and i have similar runs, both tuned at RRE
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that's a hot tune lol... good numbers,
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Great numbers on that stock turbo man!
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thanks everyone! The car is awesome, first gear rips hard.....only thing is I might need to replace the clutch soon Going to Buttonwillow race way in 2 weeks, hopefully it can hold up lol
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Nice! Going the same route early next year! [email protected] FTW! #hecantuneafish
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Fist pump! Go Sam go!
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Originally Posted by Gtimportfanatic
that's a hot tune lol... good numbers,
It's about normal. That dyno reads high.
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Originally Posted by letsgetthisdone View Post
It's about normal. That dyno reads high.
DynaPak = "numbers friendly".
Usually by 10%, but these numbers don't seem off quite that much. Maybe 5%?
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Yes our Dynapack reads higher than the average Mustang dyno. But it is consistent with Dynojet AWD numbers, usually a touch lower. Maybe again we need a reminder and some perspective on the RRE Dynapack numbers: It's been a while.

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...yno-graph.html

Posts #22 and #98

Our Dynapack specifically was featured in an exhaustive dyno comparison test done by D-Sport magazine.

https://www.dsportmag.com/the-tech/d...dyno-showcase/

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Originally Posted by Mike W View Post
Yes our Dynapack reads higher than the average Mustang dyno. But it is consistent with Dynojet AWD numbers, usually a touch lower. Maybe again we need a reminder and some perspective on the RRE Dynapack numbers: It's been a while.

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...yno-graph.html

Posts #22 and #98

Our Dynapack specifically was featured in an exhaustive dyno comparison test done by D-Sport magazine.

https://www.dsportmag.com/the-tech/d...dyno-showcase/

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Thanks for chiming in Mike. We appreciate your advice.

Let Sam know we have a few active threads that are praising his toons

Joe

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Great numbers on that stock turbo man!
509 on my stock turbo
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509 on my stock turbo

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