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      10-26-2020, 09:26 PM   #89
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my car made 750whp on dyno jet with this kit, full e85 and methanol injection
What turbo exactly (turbine housing, compressor housing and turbo center section) Did you run out of fuel or is it because you were going to grenade your block?
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What turbo exactly (turbine housing, compressor housing and turbo center section) Did you run out of fuel or is it because you were going to grenade your block?
Its a GTW6765. We stopped at that level because he didnt want to push his stock block too far. The turbo still had a lot left in it.
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      10-26-2020, 09:48 PM   #91
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Its a GTW6765. We stopped at that level because he didnt want to push his stock block too far. The turbo still had a lot left in it.
Shot of the dyno graph? Any data logs?
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any times 1/4 mile or 60 to 130mph ?
single kit looks is working good, little laggy for me.
twin turbos upgrade easier to achieve similar results.
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      10-31-2020, 04:21 AM   #94
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I'm guessing this is on a stock block?
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I'm guessing this is on a stock block?
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Shot of the dyno graph? Any data logs?
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That torque curve looks like it's falling off a cliff. I'm surprised because most single turbo setups hold torque a lot longer. There must be a bottleneck somewhere.
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That torque curve looks like it's falling off a cliff. I'm surprised because most single turbo setups hold torque a lot longer. There must be a bottleneck somewhere.

It's probably the turbo they chose. For some reason they went with the GTW6765 instead of an EFR 9280 or smaller G series. It could be they just went with a tiny .70 or .84 AR turbine housing, but the boost threshold doesn't seem to support that as it looks pretty late. According to Cary Jordan, the factory head flows pretty well so I doubt it's there. I don't know what the factory AWIC core will flow before you start seeing nasty pressure drops but that might be a factor.


I'm leaning more now towards a pair of 7163s if I even do build my F80 m3 any more than it is or I might just go to a different platform or just wait for the new AWD M3
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any times 1/4 mile or 60 to 130mph ?
single kit looks is working good, little laggy for me.
twin turbos upgrade easier to achieve similar results.
I know someone in real life was running low 10's.

He is still getting his Ecutek tune dialed in and recently purchased XHP transmission tune.

He is pretty confident he could get into the 9's.
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