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Old 12-02-17, 07:30 AM
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Quiles turbo just smashed 13b world record

He jus ran a [email protected] 217mph. Anybody knows anything about his setup?
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Billet plates SemiPport 88-94mm turbo Microtech and a shitload of fuel and spark. I was just there in FL at OSW last weekend and had the pleasure of checking some of the cars and the core of the motors are pretty much the same. It's to the point these guys are all making close to the same HP that it comes down to who can tune the suspension to put the power to the ground. These fast 13b rotarys are light switches they are either on or off if you watch the video of this run the car was very close to getting off but he drove the hell out of it, very impressive!
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Keep on smashing those records 👍🍻
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Also has anyone got a non Facebook video link
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Makes it hard to justify a 3 rotor engine for racing, these cars are top dollar and more than just a simple list
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Anyone have any ideas how much boost get's pushed through something like this?

Must be like 80psi or so.
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Originally Posted by krazy4 View Post
Anyone have any ideas how much boost get's pushed through something like this?

Must be like 80psi or so.
I could be wrong, but its in the 40-60psi (on 13bs) no clue on the 20bs
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