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87 TII vs Speed3

Old 10-14-12, 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by lastphaseofthis View Post
I'm wondering when the dual pump solution is going to catch on like the GM LBZ/LLY/LM6 diesels. Currently there are upgrade options moving the pump from the 400 range to the 550, but why not add 400 to an existing 400, the HPFP on the LLYs are cam shaft driven, but the 2nd one can be belt driven! then split the fuel rail duty to half the injectors. I'm hoping to convince my customer to upgrade his ms3(using dual pumps), by beating him in a turbo 8 .
its not the pump that is the problem. the problem is the injectors, no one makes larger ones. anyways the place i work at built a 700+whp MS3like 6 months ago. that thing is retarded fast for a fwd hatch.
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Old 09-28-13, 01:04 AM
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Originally Posted by SayNoToPistons View Post
A MS3 with a few bolt on's shouldn't have trouble getting into the 13's even with street tires. Hell, a stock MS3 can run low low 14's granted it has a good 60.
I ran 14.2 stock with all seasons in my MS3!
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Old 02-26-14, 06:06 PM
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It is hard to make much power on a stock block MS3. I am in this boat right now lol. It is by far the best DD I have ever owned though!
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Old 02-26-14, 06:07 PM
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I think my best 1/4 was a 14.4 all stock with an intake. I don't have much of a driver mod, it was my first time out!
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Old 02-26-14, 08:22 PM
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I can see it...

My '12 ms3 is easily heads and shoulders faster than my t2. That's with the extremely touchy launch required in the ms3 and maniacal torque steer. From a roll it's even worse. The 6spd does a good job keeping it in the power.

Guess that means it's time to throw some more $$ at the rx7 haha.
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Old 03-03-14, 08:32 PM
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Lost in all of this is how did both of you beat a Civic SI Turbo? Seems alittle strange considering even with a small turbo those things can make well over 400whp.

Unless its like a 1989 stock SI or something.
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