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Old 08-01-11, 09:54 PM
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315hp 266tq 14psi

One I did a while back. Hi low boost switch 10psi low and 14psi high. This is all the customer wanted. Tuned by Cody (me) at Tri-Point Engineering. Car made 315hp 266 tq at 14psi and 260hp 238tq at 10psi. Boost change is instant and can be used as scramble if wanted. Customer uses for weekend cruiser.

93' R1 75k on odometer
HKS GT35R
Pettit K&N filters
Pettit medium width intercooler
550/1300cc injectors
Denso fuel pump with hardwire
AEM EMS internal boost control with hi/low switch
NGK 10.5
91 octane (so cal)

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Old 08-03-11, 11:04 PM
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stock ports?
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Originally Posted by arghx View Post
stock ports?
100% stock original engine and turbos.

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So this was with stock turbos running non-sequential? Seems like the sequential car in your other post would be quite a bit more fun to drive.

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So this was with stock turbos running non-sequential? Seems like the sequential car in your other post would be quite a bit more fun to drive.
Sorry I missposted. I thought this was the other thread. This car has stock ports but I was told it was rebuilt a few years earlier. It does have the HKS single turbo kit.

This car has a pretty conservative tune. It could of taken 2 more degrees of timing. And run 3-4 more psi of boost. I think not having to deal with the changover is worth a lot. But it doesn't have the low end torque like the sequential twins. I really liked this car. It has 295s in the back and 3way JRZs. Both are really amazing cars. It would be hard to pick.

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the shape of the graph definitely looks like stock ports. That's not really a bad thing, it just has more midrange and less top end than you would get with a street port.
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