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Old 01-09-2017, 11:41 AM
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Old 01-09-2017, 11:52 AM
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That thing is awesome. Pretty much exactly what I would do with my car with a winning lottery ticket in hand. What size tires and wheels? Love the stance...
Thank you much. Running Kinesis K57 9's and 8's, 17" of course. 255 rears, 225 fronts Nitto NT01's.
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Sounds amazing. Any pics of the interior and the custom muffler build?
Interior is nothing amazing. Recaro SRD's, custom roll bar in back (actually made by the Singer guys when they were making the Singer prototype... history!), Momo Mod07, no console... Interior redo will be in the future.

The muffler is a hacked to bits Magnaflow with the GT3 style outs added. Drones like crazy at 3K, but has the presence of an earthquake. When entering parking garages, it sets off ALL the car alarms at once. It's equally embarrassing and hilarious.

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How in the world did you produce that much torque?
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More and longer videos, plz!
There's a short film in the works already. Should be out in 2 or 3 months. Also talking with a couple other directors. Petrolicious style videos. We shall see.

Out makin' movies with the film crew and camera car.


Still from the shoot.
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Old 01-09-2017, 12:09 PM
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You'd pick up a lot of hp I'd bet going to a bigger, modern turbo.

Borg-Warner makes an S360 I bet that would be killer for about $750.

I have the S366, would is overkill.
Not out of the realm of possibility. Car is kind of scary already, but very easy to drive IMHO. With the power I'm already getting (just shy of 500hp crank), if I were to push any more I fear the intake temps would get out of hand... even with that huge intercooler. At that point we may be looking at water/meth injection. That's the point at which I get off the slippery slope.
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How in the world did you produce that much torque?
You'd have to ask the guy that built it (Fred Garcia) and the guy that tuned it (Turbo Joe). I only know enough technically to know what I'm throwing money at, not how to actually do it.
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How in the world did you produce that much torque?
Kind of a characteristic trait of older turbos. Bigher tq than hp.

Remember, he's a 3.2, not 3.0.
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Ditto. You "ruined" it good. Nicely done. Happy driving.

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Kind of a characteristic trait of older turbos. Bigher tq than hp.

Remember, he's a 3.2, not 3.0.
You seem to know your stuff... I imagine the high 3.2 intake and the big port 3.2 heads (41mm in and out) are contributing factors to the TQ number, as well as the 3.4 pistons. Just a lot of air moving through. What say you?

Also, you asked about boost. It's at 1 bar (14.5psi). We tried 1.2, but the turbo couldn't really push any more air. Not worth it. The motor itself though seems like it can take a lot more. I'd rather be on the safe side and have the motor around for a while.

BTW... this is all on 91 pump gas. Street car.
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You are correct....its ruined.....you should sell it....to me.....10K sound fair??


That is AWESOME!!!!
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You seem to know your stuff... I imagine the high 3.2 intake and the big port 3.2 heads (41mm in and out) are contributing factors to the TQ number, as well as the 3.4 pistons. Just a lot of air moving through. What say you?

Also, you asked about boost. It's at 1 bar (14.5psi). We tried 1.2, but the turbo couldn't really push any more air. Not worth it. The motor itself though seems like it can take a lot more. I'd rather be on the safe side and have the motor around for a while.

BTW... this is all on 91 pump gas. Street car.
I'm guessing those cams play a part as well.
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Can you advise who made the front bumper? Looks awesome. Thanks.

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Can you advise who made the front bumper? Looks awesome. Thanks.

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The bumpers are from TRE Motorsport in Van Nuys, CA. Excellent pieces. I did the splitter though, based on some advice from Dave at TRE.
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You seem to know your stuff... I imagine the high 3.2 intake and the big port 3.2 heads (41mm in and out) are contributing factors to the TQ number, as well as the 3.4 pistons. Just a lot of air moving through. What say you?

Also, you asked about boost. It's at 1 bar (14.5psi). We tried 1.2, but the turbo couldn't really push any more air. Not worth it. The motor itself though seems like it can take a lot more. I'd rather be on the safe side and have the motor around for a while.

BTW... this is all on 91 pump gas. Street car.
It's the characteristic of the K27. Your turbo is simply out of breath. It's giving a decent tq number (because your tq peak is around 5200) when it's maxed out, but stopping short on hp as it revs up (max hp is around 6100).

The fact you pick up little gains with higher boost is what I'm talking about. It shouldn't do that.

Go to a 60-62mm turbo and it'll pick up a lot of hp.
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My old car...I'm glad it went to an enthusiastic owner! Wow!
That's right! As a point of comparison, this pic was taken I think the day after I picked up the car from you in 2006. Yep... I kinda f---ed it up.


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