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Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by VaBchXRunner, Dec 21, 2007.
Originally Posted by Paradise Racing
Hey guys here is the dyno sheet.
wow 380hp is pretty good
That chart was being handed out at SEMA.
It is a retrograde extrapolation to estimate crankshaft HP and is not displaying RWHP. When I pinned the guy down about it he admitted that RWHP was around 310.
What other mods on it? It's hard to beleive those #w with an sts set up, not that I am calling you a liar but I've heard not to good things on sts turbos on top of it.
There's a guy here that is going to get one and he told me if I wanted to join in for a cheaper price to get and install 2 setup but Iam not to sure on sts.
So you have a video of a run?
on ct he said it was at the wheels:dontknow::dontknow: It does look to be high though.
Not mine, just a post.
It makes sense now!
With numbers like that, how can you deny it? I'd would much rather get that turbo over the supercharger...but any F/I is better than none.
Group buy on ct.................
It had stock injectors, FMU, and an upgraded fuel pump. It was tuned with a unichip.
All unichip dyno charts on a Dastek dynos are taken at the rear wheels and are guestaments of crank HP.
Boost is boost, no way a turbo is making 70 + more HP then a supercharger at the same PSI.
At 310 rwhp o yes, don't get me wrong, better than nothing but Iam just not to sure how reliable or the boost is comparable to TRD or URD:dontknow:
A friend of mine has this setup on his 3.4 tacoma with upgraded turbo, injectors, meth, etc and he only got 240 at the wheels with 12psi. When the boost kicks in yea its fun but, I still am not crazy about this setup.
+1 for Death Shadow. Boost is boost, but all in the tuning. URD FTW.
Wow....It almost seems too good to be true:hmmmm2: :dontknow:
Same thing i was thinking..... i just don't know about this :dontknow:
Here's a thought that noone has mentioned about sts. They claim that having the extra piping cools the charge air to the point no intercooler is needed. Ok, it may cool it to a point, but never below ambient temp IMO. Second, this would also mean the exhaust gas gets cooled down to a point, and heat helps drive the turbo....hence the setups most commonly seen. I'm not saying this system won't work...it will, but it is lacking those 2 things in it's design, which IMO are what helps make the power.
Boost is boost? There's more to making horsepower in the forced induction world than pressure levels... It's all about CFM.
IMO, FMU, stock injectors, and an inline pump for fueling sounds like a bad idea to me.
Why would you have a dyno that only reads to 5000 rpm? What gasoline engine today redlines at below 5k?
So are the majority of all of you bias? I'm sensing some serious hate against this turbo. OR is it just the company?
I believe the correct answer would be the company. However, many people do have good luck with these systems. I just wouldn't put one anywhere near my vehicle.