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Hi, i was wondering how fast a stock rx-7 twin turbo could go if it has the following: greddy intercooler, intake, unorthodox pulleys, and exhaust
1/4 time? and 0-60 time? and how much horsepower total?
That depends. Auto or manual, skill of driver, boost level. On these cars an intercooler, intake and a cat-back is really pushing the limits of the stock ecu. And pushing even moreso if by "exhaust" you mean downpipe and high flow cat, or even worse, a midpipe. You would need to add ECU and fuel injectors to that list, and then you're looking at mid to high 12's, on about 12 psi. And somewhere near 330-350 rwhp.
93 VR touring (Sold)
Mods: KDR rebuit motor, rebuilt turbos setup full non-sequential, Steve Kan tuned APEXi Power FC and commander, other bolt ons.
Wednesday night at Infineon, my first time out, stock motor and turbos (see my sig for mods). It was 94 degrees with a slight headwind. I ran as follows:
60 ft 2.328
330 ft 6.089
mph 105.89 Tom
'95 Silver PEP; RE V-mount IC, RAD & CAI; efini y-pipe; M2 DP; Hi-flow cat; M2 dual-tip CB; Power FC w/Commander; Pettit power pulley; RE twin 25 row oil coolers; ACT s/s clutch & RB aluminum flywheel; cusco strut brace; HKS Hyper Max II 30-way coilovers; RE trailing arms and toe links; Hawk brake pads; Bridgestone SO3's; Defi linked gauges