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d16z6 swap, ARP rod bolts,
walbro 255 fuel pump
2.5' custom made catless mandrel bent exhaust
4-2-1 header
Comp Cam
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stg3 6 puck clutch
b&m shortshifter
8lb fidanza flywheel
obd1 conversion
chipped p28 tuned on Crome PRO by scotty of mainstream performance
netted 143whp/120wtq



92hatchman said:
Jrsc 9 psi



I have not figured out how to put pics on the site yet
if you know how please tell me thanks
how do you have 9psi? there is more to your setup. please explain, i want to get more boost. i have a 3.2' blower pulley from the m62 in hand, but i always want more..

as far as pictures, go to SHO photo section and upload them, then click on the picture, right click, choose properties, then copy the URL. then go to make your post, click the 'Insert Image' button, and insert your URL that you copied. if you upload the pictures somewhere else, just copy the URL. practice it from random sites pictures if you wish.
 

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211 WHP....186 ft. lbs of torque...

I have a 2000 Prelude SH-
JRSC (6psi)
Apexi VAFC
AEM V2
Custom Header
GReddy EVO2 Catback
Crower Stage 2 Supercharger Cams
Crower Springs and Retainers
Snow Performance Boost Cooler (Water/Methanol Mix)

I ran a 13.9 at 102 mph....(I also have 18" Axis Mod7 on the car)....this time is with the car tuned with a Apexi VAFC. It was tuned before the Cams and without the Boost Cooler.

Expecting better times next spring when i hook up the OBD1 conversion and tune it with Xenocron. When ill finally be able to adjust timing and tune it with the cams and boost cooler. Also adding 9 psi pulley from motorvations motorsports. Ill post my times here in couple months....

Kill List:
02 Mustang GT....
01 Mustang GT....
05 Mustang....
84 Mercury Capri (with a 302, exhaust, intake, header)
94 Mustang GT 5.0
Ive beat alot of different other cars, but these were the best. the others are people with cars who think their car is fast and mine is slow....
 

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hah...kills...im not much of a skreet racer. only 3 races come to mind, and those were organized with people i know:
81 corolla(unmodded)- i beat it NA from a stop
04 rsx-s(intake)- about even, he pulled a car on top end 40-110,60-120
01 mustang GT(cai, power pro ecu programmer, exhaust cutouts)- kept up in 2nd, then he pulled 40 roll
 

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hi old newbie here...

2001 accord J32A2 V6 engine with 6speed tranny

359.6hp/323.1tq (dynapack dyno AKA chassis dyno)
348.9whp/313.4wtq conversion to the wheels (multiply dynapack numbers to 3%)

-comptech supercharger (custom 9psi)
-comptech headers
-comptech icebox
-greddy e-manage (blue)
-S2000 fuel injectors
-aeromotive FPR 1:1
-walbro 255lph
-custom intercooler (air-coolant/h2o-air)
-custom 2.5" pipes
-Trust muffler




1/4 mile: NONE still building traction set-up

kills:
-GT 'stang new and old
-SC 7th gen 6speed
-Evo 8 (stock)
-WRX STI (stock)
-G35C h/i/e

plans on future:
-S2000 mufflers w/ 3" pipes
-GT35R custom turbo hoping to hit 500whp and 400wtq ;)
 

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SIRSIG said:
-GT35R custom turbo hoping to hit 500whp and 400wtq ;)
so youre planning on using a belt driven turbo and a regular turbo? :confused
 

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SIRSIG said:
2001 accord J32A2 V6 engine with 6speed tranny

359.6hp/323.1tq (dynapack dyno AKA chassis dyno)
348.9whp/313.4wtq conversion to the wheels (multiply dynapack numbers to 3%)

-comptech supercharger (custom 9psi)
-comptech headers
-comptech icebox
-greddy e-manage (blue)
-S2000 fuel injectors
-aeromotive FPR 1:1
-walbro 255lph
-custom intercooler (air-coolant/h2o-air)
-custom 2.5" pipes
-Trust muffler




1/4 mile: NONE still building traction set-up

kills:
-GT 'stang new and old
-SC 7th gen 6speed
-Evo 8 (stock)
-WRX STI (stock)
-G35C h/i/e

plans on future:
-S2000 mufflers w/ 3" pipes
-GT35R custom turbo hoping to hit 500whp and 400wtq ;)
Nice setup!
 

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200whp \ 175lb - 10-12 psi
1/4 mile - 14.01 / 102.8mph

setup

gsr motor
forged piston 9.1
clutch stage 2
headers dc sport 4-1
exhaust 2"1/2
cold air intake AEM
jackson racing supercharger
greddy Emanage
crank pulley crv
310 cc injector
fuel pump walbro 255
and more....







 

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AcidLotus said:
Sorry I changed the title and the wording around a bit, and made it a sticky. I thought this would be a good idea for other people to come to to see what's going on in the SC world.

This way, people can see how much power others are making, what their dynos look like, what times they are pulling in the 1/8 and 1/4, and what bolt-ons or other goodies they have to get them there. I also thought it would be cool to post some setup pics if you have some, and to see what other kindof cars you've killed in a race, preferrably on the track but a street race works too, just as long as it's not directly promoting street racing.

Lastly, it will help some of us help you if you have a performance/troubleshooting question... If we need to know what your setup is in order to answer your question, either you can link us to your post here, or we can come look to see what your setup is before answering your question. That way we don't have to ask all the time, and you don't have to answer the question all the time.

And without further adeiu, here is my previous setup:
*2000 Civic EX coupe with D16Y8 OBDII motor
*JRSC @ 8 PSI + NOS dry kit @ 35 shot
*VAFC + JR Map Controller + Cartech FMU
*2 heat range colder NGK copper racing plugs, Walbro 255LPH high-flow in-tank fuel pump
*DC Sports 4-2-1 1 piece stainless steel header, Carsound high-flow 2.5" cat, 00 SI exhaust
*INJEN 3" shortie w/ Cold Air Extension
*Eibach Pro-kit springs, Tokico Illumna 5-way adjustable shocks, 00 SI rear sway bar.

Car was dynoed at 6 PSI without the following: NOS, colder plugs, Map Controller, Cartech, Injen shortie w/ CAE, and high-flow cat; 145 WHP. I estimate that with 8 PSI, NOS, cartech, colder plugs, and high flow cat, the car could have easily been over 200 WHP.

Car ran 14.8 as a best time at Bandimere Speedway, Morrison, Colorado, at 5830 feet ASL. That was with 8 PSI and spraying a 25 shot on drag radials.

Kills:
2000 Honda Civic SI with exhaust
Lexus IS300
Oldsmobile 442 vert
2003 VW Passat 1.8T
2000 Honda Accord V6
+ too many more to remember
Nice
 

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b16 supercharged

7psi pulley
3 inch short ram intake k&n filter
dc 4-1 header
high flow cat
tanabe ultra medalion
450 dsm injectors with resistor box
255 walbro fuel pump

187hp 130tq

dynoed last night
 

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2001 accord J32A2 V6 engine with 6speed tranny

359.6hp/323.1tq (dynapack dyno AKA chassis dyno)
348.9whp/313.4wtq conversion to the wheels (multiply dynapack numbers to 3%)


-comptech supercharger (custom 9psi)
-comptech headers
-comptech icebox
-greddy e-manage (blue)
-S2000 fuel injectors
-aeromotive FPR 1:1
-walbro 255lph
-custom intercooler (air-coolant/h2o-air)
-custom 2.5" pipes
-Trust muffler

1/4 mile: NONE still building traction set-up

kills:
-GT 'stang new and old
-SC 7th gen 6speed
-Evo 8 (stock)
-WRX STI (stock)
-G35C h/i/e

plans on future:
-S2000 mufflers w/ 3" pipes
-GT35R custom turbo hoping to hit 500whp and 400wtq ;)
that is a nice setup... would love a supercharged v6 in my del sol!
are you sure about the power figures though? 360hp at the fly and 350hp at the wheels? surely gonna lose a lot more than 10bhp by the time it hits the wheels?
 

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that is a nice setup... would love a supercharged v6 in my del sol!
are you sure about the power figures though? 360hp at the fly and 350hp at the wheels? surely gonna lose a lot more than 10bhp by the time it hits the wheels?
I think the dynapack is a hub dyno, meaning you take the wheels off and bolt it to the hubs... It should be higher numbers that way due to less rolling resistance.
 

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aaaah ok... never seen a hub dyno. would explain it. so a 10bhp loss due to resistance of moving the wheels. now it seems too much of a loss! lol i guess that can be reduced by using lightweight magnesium alloys or similar....
cool cheers for explaining that ;-)
 
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