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Old 18-02-2013, 10:44 AM
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Here it is near double the stock power on the standard turbo running 19psi, it can be done and yes the dyno was calibrated at the start of the day. Double click on the thumbnail it will be easier to read.
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Old 18-02-2013, 11:01 AM
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thanks for the post, there is a decent increase there especially in torque
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Old 18-02-2013, 11:37 AM
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Forgot to mention not that it's on that chart stock standard was 87hp at the rear so jumping to 152hp is quiet a step what i like most is the 526nms of torque sits at 90-100kph so overtaking is so easy
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Forgot to mention not that it's on that chart stock standard was 87hp at the rear so jumping to 152hp is quiet a step what i like most is the 526nms of torque sits at 90-100kph so overtaking is so easy
Sensational results. Would be very different to drive.

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A little test and tune after 4 years yesterday resulted in 159hp at the wheels on 32's At 19psi and running hot at 21psi just under 162hp at the wheels on standard turbo great to see The weight is just under 2.8 tonne now with no gear on board
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what mods are you running mate? that a remap or a chip?
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Old 07-09-2017, 09:19 PM
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Stage 2 Chipit that's still going strong after 5 years, and a Beaudesert 2.75 system. Looking at a Mercury Motorsport Remap if the chip ever fails.
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cheers. good power output
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Your welcome mate, I knew the chip was ok despite the horror stories 5 years ago. I'll update soon at 200k.
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John , have you also upgraded your timing belt to double row ?
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