Stock poor mans type r turbo dyno sheet

Dec 21, 2012 · #23 Posted 29 December 2012 - 09:29 PM. Dyno database comparisons (highly smoothed) of my car stock vs. 19 psi on E85 and 18 psi on 92. #24 Posted 29 December 2012 - 09:38 PM. The differences between the two are that the top one has a 90mm exhaust and resonated midpipe vs 85mm exhaust and straight midpipe below.

Your rods are also probably milled 1mm each side to make the Type R pistons fit on stock LS rods, so you may need to grab stock LS rods as well. So if you want to keep it basic, and enjoy a 300whp setup (if your block is healthy), you'll need to swap back to stock or aftermarket pistons that yield a compression of 9.2:1 (stock) or lower.

Ive got a Type R K20a with a Borg Warner .88 Open S362. On 10.8psi mine made 360whp on a mustang dyno. And went almost 102mph in an 8th bogging the 1-2 shift. The 310 seems low even with a much smaller 5857. But to be honest those turbos dont really make shit for power from the ones ive seen (about 5-7 all on SRT4s). Oct 01, 2019 · Despite pulling an amazing Mumford, SixthSpeed has returned better than a Sunday beef pelau with visual gifts of mechanical goodness. Closing out another trilogy; Issue 24 ends the cover series ... Ive got a Type R K20a with a Borg Warner .88 Open S362. On 10.8psi mine made 360whp on a mustang dyno. And went almost 102mph in an 8th bogging the 1-2 shift. The 310 seems low even with a much smaller 5857. But to be honest those turbos dont really make shit for power from the ones ive seen (about 5-7 all on SRT4s). R18 Type-S development (Turbo video on post 1) TDi North Finally got someone genuinely interested to work with us on the testing of a few bits for the R18 and see if we could remap them ok and make and improvements on the general performance and then look at possible upgrading options. In any case this is on 91 gas havent gotten the chance to scan the dyno sheet yet but will soon. This blower is amazing it think i need a better header and exhaust and probably a better free flowing head, limited at 7.7k could have push more lbs of boost but didnt want to blow my engine.

If the 27Won turbo is way more efficient than the stock one (which it is), than it is a worthwhile investment. A larger turbo will make more power with less boost that the 27Won. It is simple physics. Again, it all depends on your power goals and your budget. bahndrvr thanked this. Oct 24, 2016 · Guys, just look at the stock dyno results vs the modified dyno results. No tricks here. All dynos read different. The conversion we use gives results similar to what Dynotech Research published on the stock HP. So far Dynos have reported 211.4hp, 207HP, 205HP, 195HP... Which is is correct ? It doesn't matter. The quality is good enough to get an idea of what happened. Mind you this engine did not see past 8800 rpm on the dyno, and never once bounced my 8900 rpm limiter for tuning. It had a full aftermarket valvetrain that is capable of sustaining 11k revs (valvetrain, not the stock rods/pistons). Poor K20. wnedrun: One of the first people to get an S209 posted his results from a dyno that had also been used to test a stock Type RA. It's on here somewhere.