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    Went to the DYNO today!!!

    my buddy at work set up a group dyno @ R&D today..so i went ahead and dynoed my semi street tuned turboedit..for some reason i'm getting a boost cut @9psi(i think my boost gauge is reading a little off)so @ 8psi I made 208whp 197tq...t3/t4,450cc,e-cut out,255lph...3 bar map here i come...
    here are some of the pics..




    other nice cars that went..

    this guy dynoed at 330whp and took me for a spin later(what a ride)..




    dyno queen for the day(630whp)

    #2
    Nice #'s

    What version of the code are you running? There were boost cut issues with NG28 @ 8psi and then they were fixed with NG48 code.

    Then someone slightly modified the NG48 code and reintroduced the cut and I think people were downloading his crap.

    Get a virgin copy of NG48 and paste your maps in and then check it with a wideband.

    I put down 251 to the wheels a couple weeks ago @ 13psi on the stock map sensor (ooops!)

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      #3
      thanks i'm going to try that and also i need to get a new boost gauge my obx boost gauge is a little off(can't really tell if i'm running 8 psi).
      very nice dyno #s you got there,I wish i could boost that high today o'well there's always next time..
      TURBOEDIT

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        #4
        what turbo kit u running and do u have a video of your dyno pull u just did

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          #5
          sorry no video..i pieced my own kit..

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            #6
            I've had my DA9 for two years now and i have saved up quite a bit of money and I can't decide if i wan't to go turbo or just build my b18a into a beast. Just wanted to know how much it cost to do your set up and if it was worth it to you. Thanks.

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              #7
              What are the specs of the T3/T4?

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                #8
                Originally posted by IntegraVSR
                I've had my DA9 for two years now and i have saved up quite a bit of money and I can't decide if i wan't to go turbo or just build my b18a into a beast. Just wanted to know how much it cost to do your set up and if it was worth it to you. Thanks.
                I sold my 89' civic b16 turbo for $3gs and I used most of that money to piece my turbo kit including the cp pistons,eagle rods,acl bearings(not installed yet)..just be patient and shop around for a good price parts...I got my parts for these price.
                brand new t3/t4 .63 .60 .57 trim..$500.shipped
                new love-fab shorty manifold..$320 shipped..life time warranty
                new tial 38mm,cp pistons,acl bearings..$780
                new eagle rods..$299 shipped
                used blitz bov..$80 shipped
                U and J bend pipes from Jegs.com..$120 shipped(fabbed my own dp & charge pipes)=Free
                new oil feed and return..$80
                used dsm 450cc injectors..$50 shipped
                new walbro 255lph..$89 shipped
                socketed pm6 ecu..$100 shipped
                new enhanced willem burner..$50 picked up
                TURBOEDIT..Free
                plx m300 wideband..$300 picked up
                Labor..FREE(DIY)
                No REGRETS here...

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                  #9
                  Do you think with more precise tuning you can get any more power on the same psi? I have a similar setup with a .48 60 T3/T4 and was hoping for about 215-220whp with the 8.5psi spring. Do you think that is reasonable or will i have to boost a little more?

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                    #10
                    nice numbers. I am thinking of going the cp piston and golden eagle rods with oem bearings. you do anything to the block when you installed them?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by DurboDug93
                      Do you think with more precise tuning you can get any more power on the same psi? I have a similar setup with a .48 60 T3/T4 and was hoping for about 215-220whp with the 8.5psi spring. Do you think that is reasonable or will i have to boost a little more?
                      I believe i could have made more with precise tuning...btw i did a compression check last week..160 accoross

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by makalu
                        nice numbers. I am thinking of going the cp piston and golden eagle rods with oem bearings. you do anything to the block when you installed them?
                        i haven't installed them yet i'm looking for a spare block right now..thanks

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by IntegraVSR
                          I've had my DA9 for two years now and i have saved up quite a bit of money and I can't decide if i wan't to go turbo or just build my b18a into a beast. Just wanted to know how much it cost to do your set up and if it was worth it to you. Thanks.
                          It cost way to much going N/A to get anywhere close to a turbo set-up.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by makalu
                            nice numbers. I am thinking of going the cp piston and golden eagle rods with oem bearings. you do anything to the block when you installed them?
                            Obvoiusly a hone, and an align hone is a great thing to do if you have the dough. At least check the mains and see if they are in alignment. I have seen em twisted in stock blocks that have never been apart.

                            On a side note we have been using KING bearings on all our motors going out of the shop and they are working out very well.


                            Oh and HookonBoost, like i said on h-t, nice car/numbers, your setup has some potential...

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by quickda6
                              Oh and HookonBoost, like i said on h-t, nice car/numbers, your setup has some potential...
                              thanks...

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                                #16
                                Nice numbers again man. I cant seem to get any luck with mine. but im glad to see you got that thing running good. and it looks great.

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                                  #17
                                  nice #'s.. niiice car!!

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                                    #18
                                    thanks guys...
                                    Hey G"UNIT! how's your turbo DA?

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                                      #19
                                      nice i just installed some king bearings in my rebuilt motor. i hope it goes well. when we swap it in. for the old one

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