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GT35R Numbers that should be expected (HP)

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Originally Posted by ETS Tom View Post
It really depends on the kit you choose, your supporting mods and of course the tune. Plan on making anywhere from 400-450whp on pump gas, 500-550whp on methanol and that could be about it for most kits. I made 598whp on race gas and 30psi (but could've done it on pump+meth) with the ETS kit but have seen numbers as low as 508whp at 32psi with other kits.


It's weird that you made 598 on 30 psi and yet when asked you said that the ETS kits on 34psi will make 550. I don't get it?
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I have 460whp/355tq @ 26psi. 8:1 compression and a 35R on pump gas. Mods are:
35r turbo kit with tubular manifolds
4" SD intake
built block
BC springs and retainers
1000cc inj
ams fuel rail
stock intake manifold
3.5" ETS fmic with piping.
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