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Old 01-20-2005, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default SSR/SFR Twin Turbo 510WHP @ 13.8 PSI

We just dynoed 510 @ 13.8 PSI charts and info and video to come later on tonight.

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Old 01-20-2005, 02:26 PM   #2
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i must have missed someting? are you telling me this is on stock engine? can't wait for the charts and info. nice #s
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WOW!!!!!
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i must have missed someting? are you telling me this is on stock engine? can't wait for the charts and info. nice #s
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No I'll post up all the specs on the motor. It's not a stock engine.

The motor has aftermarket rods and pistons and an 8.5:1 compression ratio. Nismo cams, and the ssr engineering intake manifold.

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thats freakin awesome #'s! cant wait for the vid...hurry plz!
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https://my350z.com/forum/showthread....hreadid=104834

Nice, still wondering about my two questions though.
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480TQ for who was wondering
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yes please hurry... i wanna see too =)
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Number look great!! I can't wait to get this kit on my car. I know I will be able to get the numbers I am trying for with the SSR kit.
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so is this tuned or untuned? and is that all the boost your going to be running... seems kinda low for a built motor.....
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so is this tuned or untuned? and is that all the boost your going to be running... seems kinda low for a built motor.....
Those numbers are not low at all. They are only running 13.8 PSI and for that PSI those are good numbers.
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by low i didnt mean the #'s i ment is that all the boost they were going to be running... i thought built motors can handle a lot more boost... sorry for the confusion...
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not everybody wants to run more than 1 bar on a daily driven car. If you run more than 1 bar you have money to waste on tires and fuel.
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by low i didnt mean the #'s i ment is that all the boost they were going to be running... i thought built motors can handle a lot more boost... sorry for the confusion...
Sorry I misunderstood your statement. Yes the built motors are capable of hanlding well into 20PSI. So 13.8 is kinda on the low side, but 500+whp is already crazy for a street driven car.
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are there any driving vids?
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Congrats on your numbers. What size waste gate springs do you have?
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are there any driving vids?
No there are no driving vids yet, we will try to get some up soon.

We supply our kits with .4 bar springs (5.8psi) On this vehicle we used .8bar springs with a manual boost controller.
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Default Re: SSR/SFR Twin Turbo 510WHP @ 13.8 PSI

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We just dynoed 510 @ 13.8 PSI charts and info and video to come later on tonight.



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Could you do an overlay with the standard kit's curves? Are the same turbos used on this setup?
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