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A little turbo 302 dyno video

Finally got around to posting some videos. Once I get some tires i'll post up some street terrorism

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/l...2-9b6601632f28



http://videos.streetfire.net/video/L...2-9b6601632f28

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/t...2-9b6601632f28

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Nice! Car pulls up very quick.

I would think if you get a different set of heads/intake, you can easily put down 450 on pump with 10lbs.

Can't wait for the street vids.


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Man, every time I see some thing about your car makes me wanna get mine done!

I am hoping for around the same numbers with the Cartech T-64 kit I am going to be using.

other then a diffferent turbo the engine combo is almost the exact same.

I bet that thing is a blast to drive!

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Sounds great man! Safe numbers for engine longevity too.
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Thanks! The Magnaflow exhaust really sounds quiet at idle, untill i reach boost. I have to figure out how do get the power down.

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which magnaflow mufflers you runnin?
I had the round straight thru guys for my car all ready and then some bastard stole them from my storage unit.

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which magnaflow mufflers you runnin?
I had the round straight thru guys for my car all ready and then some bastard stole them from my storage unit.
The ones they package with their catback, look like regular muffs. not round.

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I just bought the same muffler for mine but a single 3-1/2" version.. I think it'll be a little louder than the duals, but seemed like a simpler solution... I'll post up once I get it running.

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Any plans for taking it to the track?

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Yea once i get some tires & subframe connectors. I'm sure once it starts hooking the stock clutch is gona go I also made the wrong gear selection a year ago and stuck in a 355

Id almost rather pull the engine than doing another gear swap


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Id almost rather pull the engine than doing another gear swap

lol I totally agree !!!!! thats why I think Im gonng give the 3.27s a day in court before I pull them lol.

what is so bad about the 3.55s thats making you want/need to change??

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3.55's with a 26" tall tire.
3.73's with a 28" tall tire.

What tires are you running that you don't like the 3.55's?

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Um, I'm running a 225/50r16 (regular street tires) on stock pony's @ 20lbs tire pressure. I think they measure somewhere in the 25'' range. I cant hook under 65mph, I can roll in 4th gear and just by slowly accelerating sit sideways



By everything I have read 327 with a 26-27 tire is the way to go. I do not want to run a 28'' tire (hate the way it looks) I eventually will go with some wide 17'''s.

Oh and I have a T5, 373 are a no, no for turbo's!

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well I would try the 3.55s with a real tire !! like I said I run 3.45s and with a255/60/15 street tire it spins in 4th from a roll with a small 225/50 drag radial and it will hook from a roll in 2nd. added a full 26x9 slick and can launch off the 2 step with full boost and DEAD hook. its more in the tire then the gear.

either way your gonna run a 26 in tire so I would get them first.

where do yo shift at?? a 3.27 gear and a 26 in trie is good for like 135mph but at trap speeds around 120 where your car should be (3200lbs at 430hp) your BARELY gonna be turnin 5k







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Um, I'm running a 225/50r16 (regular street tires) on stock pony's @ 20lbs tire pressure. I think they measure somewhere in the 25'' range. I cant hook under 65mph, I can roll in 4th gear and just by slowly accelerating sit sideways



By everything I have read 327 with a 26-27 tire is the way to go. I do not want to run a 28'' tire (hate the way it looks) I eventually will go with some wide 17'''s.

Oh and I have a T5, 373 are a no, no for turbo's!

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Is the wastegate open to atmosphere?

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Is the wastegate open to atmosphere?
unfortunately it is.

Red89coupe, have not hit any 1/4 miles yet. Been practicing my 4th gear pulls on the interstate. People freak when i nail it at 65

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you get the power down with an e-boost controller. vary the boost from low at launch to high after 100ft.

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you get the power down with an e-boost controller. vary the boost from low at launch to high after 100ft.
I wonder how much a e-boost controller would help the 60' times? Anyone care to comment on what kind of times my car will make? Played on the street sat night with street tires and got up to about 110mph before lifting well before the 1/4 line.

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How much rwhp do you think you can safely go with your combo? I have a similar setup I am looking to turbo this summer. My original goal was 400rwhp but i'd like to push it farther if I can.
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So is the little exhaust leak sound that you hear the whole time the wastegate?

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I was told a 14lb spring by my tuner would put me at 500hp, I'm happy with where im at now. Dont want to push my luck.

Rich Gill I believe you are hearing the wastegate venting. It's sometimes hard to tell because the exhaust drowns out all other noise.

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Looks and sounds awesome man. Keep us posted

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