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post #1219 of 1269 (permalink) Old 10-23-2015, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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My 3 inch exhaust has turned into a restrictive part.

780whp/483whp @34psi is the final number. We ran it out to 9200rpm.

It sounds mean as hell





770whp/500wtq @31psi E85


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congratulations man, that's awesome, now waiting for videos.
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Awesome numbers! I cant wait to see the videos!
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Here's a video of one of the last runs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI4zSNckoSk&feature=youtu.be
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Here's some graphs, since I know I like to see numbers:

HP & TQ between pump and E85





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Air/Fuel between both pump & E85





Boost plots showing pump & E85 runs





Dyno graph between 93 & E85

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Here's the build sheet from when the motor was built:

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Have you driven it yet?
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Have you driven it yet?

I have. Spinning in every gear is....different, haha. Come Spring time, R888's will be going on all the way around. Thinking of a 225/50/16.

The car is insane, and has exceeded any and all goals that I had. It sounds mean as hell. Especially when both wastegates open. Sort of like a gorilla being raped.

Still getting used to the twin disc. Not what I'm used to. I like it, but have to find my sweet spot yet.
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Good to see the monster is running! Any thoughts on safety (cage, harnesses, etc)?
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Do you plan on taking it to the track?
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Good to see the monster is running! Any thoughts on safety (cage, harnesses, etc)?
I definitely need harnesses, and some sort of cage. I need to do research on what it is that I want for a cage.

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Do you plan on taking it to the track?
I'd like to start doing some roll-racing events come Spring. Slipstream Racing Events has been doing 1/2-mile roll racing twice per year at Pocono Raceway. They let you come up to 60mph, and then give it all you got. Mostly Lambos, GTR's, Porsche's, etc. They just had their last event last weekend for 2015:

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wow that is just insane! congratulations this thing is a monster
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Congrats sir I imagine it has some trouble keeping traction on the street


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Congrats sir I imagine it has some trouble keeping traction on the street
You have no idea.

I have a little switch in my center console for low/high boost. The low is the 19psi - 515whp. This is fun, and is where I've been keeping it.

High is the 780whp, and is obsurd. I just don't have the tire. 4th gear reacts the same as 1st gear, anywhere above 4.5K-5Krpm's. It's instant tire spin.



An update on how the car has been driving:

I'm in love with this thing. I mean, I was before this engine build. But holy shit....it makes my butt-cheeks pucker. I have to get used to all the vibrations and rattles with these engine mounts. They're the "street" versions, but still cause the chassis to vibrate. I actually like it. I feel more connected to the vehicle because of it. I've always had OEM mounts, and they were suffice, even at 420whp with my old setup. It drove like a Cadillac. Not anymore. I like being able to feel the feedback of the engine.

There's also the twin fuel pumps that buzz from the rear. Turning the key to the "on" position awakens the car, right before I hit the button to start.

Brakes: These Wilwood 4-piston calipers are on point! I've done some 60-0 stops to help bed-in these rotors, and they feel great. So much better than OEM calipers.

Something else I'm getting used to... We bypassed the clutch switch. I'm so used to pressing the clutch for starting, that I'm not able to do this now. I don't want to kill the thrust washers due to the upgraded twin-disc clutch, so the clutch pedal only gets pressed when proper oil pressure is present.

I've been letting the vehicle come up to complete operating temp, before driving the vehicle. Usually, when the fans kick on the first time when it hits 185deg temp. Doesn't take long, actually. It doesn't have a thermostat, and hasn't for 3 or so years.
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