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Nov 11, 6:38pm - #324232 
Dynoed my car finally with SF kit

Well today i finally got to a dyno place and did 3 pulls. I was planning on fine tuning also but ran out of time. My car was running a lil rich. Just for those that dont know i have a GT and im running 6 psi.

Run 1: 209 whp 172 tq

Run 2: 208 whp 170 tq

Run 3: 205 whp 169 tq

So there ya go, the kit makes power and plenty of it. Once we fine tune it and lean it up a bit i excpect it around 220 whp and 180 tq.

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Nov 11, 6:49pm - #324233 
wow very inpresive, are you going to run a higher psi. do you still have stock internals? if i was you my goal should be 300whp. but those numbers are still eek

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Nov 11, 6:49pm - #324234 
thumbsup

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Nov 11, 6:57pm - #324235 
nice!


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Nov 11, 6:58pm - #324236 
Good info. Celica must drive like one nasty bitch now.


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Nov 11, 7:11pm - #324237 
Thanks guys, and yes its a pleasure to drive.

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Nov 11, 7:13pm - #324238 
very nice man! thumbsup


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Nov 11, 7:19pm - #324239 
209 at 6 psi? not bad..but i think wrenchhead from new celica is boosting around there and getting more than that with the stafford kit... confused


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Nov 11, 7:25pm - #324240 
gawd i want one!


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Nov 11, 7:26pm - #324241 
Thats awesome! thumbsup
I would have expected turbo to give more HP/torque than that though. Its about same stats as the 98-01 accord now 200 hp 190torque.

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Nov 11, 7:41pm - #324242 
Originally Posted by amtemp
Thats awesome! thumbsup
I would have expected turbo to give more HP/torque than that though. Its about same stats as the 98-01 accord now 200 hp 190torque.


Sorry, im talking whp, theres a big difference, the accord doesnt make 200 whp, it makes 200 at the crank, my car is making around 250 to the crank. Also my car is way lighter, big difference.

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Nov 11, 7:45pm - #324243 
^^^ Yup. thumbsup Take it to the track and get some runs in.

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Nov 11, 8:00pm - #324244 
did you replace your internals at all?

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Nov 11, 8:09pm - #324245 
No stock internals are fine well up into the high 200 whp marks. If you going higher than that, then you would need to build the engine as well as get a stronger tranny. I plan to run 6 psi daily and 10 psi high boost. At 10 psi im guessing around 250 whp so i should still be fine on stock internals.

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Nov 11, 10:26pm - #324246 
be carefull... if you boost too high you might blow your Intake manifold off... you know its only glued on rofl

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Nov 11, 10:36pm - #324247 
rofl rofl rofl

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Nov 11, 11:47pm - #324248 
dang, i was wanting to turbo mine, how is it for running and stuff it isnt rough or anything?


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Nov 12, 12:44am - #324249 
good shit john!!! thumbsup

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Nov 12, 12:48am - #324250 
eek eek shocked shocked

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Nov 12, 12:50am - #324251 
Originally Posted by eric_h
dang, i was wanting to turbo mine, how is it for running and stuff it isnt rough or anything?


no its running great... we raced tonight... i kept up with him... haha... but he stayed in 5th and i downshifted to 3rd rofl

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Nov 12, 12:52am - #324252 
Hahaha, josh tell them what happened when i downshifted wink

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Nov 12, 12:53am - #324253 
lol...

yeah about that rofl


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Nov 12, 7:25pm - #324254 
Originally Posted by Johnsgt
No stock internals are fine well up into the high 200 whp marks. If you going higher than that, then you would need to build the engine as well as get a stronger tranny. I plan to run 6 psi daily and 10 psi high boost. At 10 psi im guessing around 250 whp so i should still be fine on stock internals.


so ur saying 6psi is ok with the regular stcok tranny?


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Nov 12, 8:12pm - #324255 
nice numbers
p.s. what kind of rims are those


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Nov 13, 3:21am - #324256 
Yeah the stock tranny handles 6 psi no problem. The stock tranny has been shown to go at around 250 lbs tq. So even 10 psi should be fine on the stock tranny. At 10 psi i expect to make about 250 whp and around 200 lbs tq. So i should be fine. Now i wouldnt run that daily, even if it can hold it, thats just a lot of strain on the stock engine and tranny every day. But its definately fine for a high boost setting just for racing. You wouldn't want to go more than 6-7 psi daily, trust me, thats plenty for daily driving. Also i ran my car tonight for the first time with radials. A huge improvement over my last times with the street tires. My best was a high 9.2 in the 1/8th full interior, only spare tire and jack removed. With some more practice i see an 8.9 which would be about a 13.8 in the 1/4 thumbsup

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Nov 13, 4:36am - #324257 
How much is the turbo kit and where can you buy it?

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Nov 13, 5:30am - #324258 
very impressive gains in both whp and torque thumbsup

looks like the sf kit is all what it was cracked up to be

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Nov 13, 8:13am - #324259 
I want one! Did you put it in yourself, or did you have a shop do it? Excuse the question, but how expensive is it all together? costs above a beyond the price of the equipment. Thanks. Awesome info BTW

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Nov 13, 11:47am - #324260 
I think the GT kit retails for $3500. Installation depends on the shop, anywhere from $500-$800. My team and i did it in one weekend. There was 4 of us working on it.

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Nov 13, 12:03pm - #324261 
did you run into any complications or was it all smooth when installing the kit?? thumbsup

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Nov 13, 5:38pm - #324262 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
be carefull... if you boost too high you might blow your Intake manifold off... you know its only glued on rofl


Spend some money to upgrade the internals and stronger engine mounts with a flex bar so the engine doesn't kick back too much when you acclerate hard.

I think a stock WRX boosts at 8 psi. John, looks like you've got work to do. happywink


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Nov 13, 6:28pm - #324263 
Originally Posted by Sancho
Originally Posted by spaztikid
be carefull... if you boost too high you might blow your Intake manifold off... you know its only glued on rofl


Spend some money to upgrade the internals and stronger engine mounts with a flex bar so the engine doesn't kick back too much when you acclerate hard.

I think a stock WRX boosts at 8 psi. John, looks like you've got work to do. happywink


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