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Time for a K27HF
Old 08-30-2011, 02:49 AM
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New update.....................

new dyno numbers with billet wheel S262

1.3 bar

450.3 rwhp / 436 rwtq

I'll post graph tomorrow
Is that with just the change of the wheel in the k27???

Just figured it out... Congrats!

Is the turbo size comparative to a k27?


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"Time for a K27HF "
Nope... drmatera chose wisely...
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Time for a K27HF
no way... that pos is the worst choice possible.
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U guys are bad................... But true.

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Matera - your signature says B&B headers, custom muffler, Carrera manifold and custom full bay intercooler. Is this on a 3.3L with stock internals? Or did you port match the heads to the Carrera manifold or install cams?
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Chris, per his build thread:

EFI conversion

Adapters look very similar to the ones I bought from you.
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Thanks guys. This is with my Bullseye Power S262. The old cast wheel made 384rwhp @ 15-16psi. With nothing more than a Billet "Batmowheel" (I didn't name it) and 17-18psi it made the 450rwhp. Needless to say I was stunned on the first pull when she made 420rwhp with 10 flat a/f ratio. I'm not too concerned with the power it's making as I keep the rpm to 6000 max. I've got most of my engine upgrade parts stashed away, all i'm needing now is some LN Engineering Nickies which I plan on calling TurboKraft for in the coming weeks.

Right now my engine is completely stock ( except for EFI). We made 1/2" thick aluminum reducers to mate the Carrera intake to the 3.3 head ports. My plans are to port match the heads, twin plug while i'm there and I have a pair of EVO cams waiting as well.

K27???? hahahaha, not on your life. If you want a limit yourself
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I'm going to keep letting you pave the way for me matera

Other than E85 and the better turbo, we are pretty similar right now. I would run E85, but it's nowhere to be found, so I'll have to settle for meth injection. I should get my car back on the rollers in the next month, after I get closed loop boost control working and get a water meth tank mounted in my engine bay. I know the K27 will limit me now, but I'd be happy (for now) if I could hit 375whp. I'll have to bump the boost and watch the IAT's. My meth nozzle will be down stream of my IAT sensor, so I should be able to see when the K27 hits the wall. Where did you get your borg turbo from? My next investment was going to be a garrett gtx3071, but I haven't read of one on a 930 yet and I've been doing well copying you so far
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I sell Bullseye Power turbos, thats why I am using one. For a stock 3.3 it's a bit large so I wouldn't recommend one for someone wanting to keep their motor stock and don't desire more than 400rwhp..

As for your K27 making 375rwhp, it's possible but not optimal.
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