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99 FD turbos vs 95 BNR s3 turbos

Old 07-05-15, 01:57 PM
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BNRs 15psi, Speed1 Streetport, W/M, PFC, etc.. Will be replacing the PC and WG solenoids soon. I am aiming for 19psi

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You should be able to get more out of the BNR.

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Yeah, im 348/308 at 14psi pulling it back to 12psi up top due to a borderline useless Greddy SMIC. But all dynos read a little different.

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