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Ok guys, finally went to the dyno(after putting 500 miles on the clutch).

Car is a 00 gt pretty much stock except the on3 kit with a turbonetics 60-1.

It went really well!! Car was great. Joe said he wished all the cars where that easy to tune.
Only issue we had was not enough boost unfortunately, so I have to go back next month with a 10lbs spring.

Car did 322rwhp and 378rwtq on 6lbs kind of a bummer.

Also, Joe was very impressed with the kit and really liked it, had zero problems tunning it so a plus to On3.

Gonna try to switch the BOV spring. Like i was telling 2002mustang instead of making that wooooosh sound it sounds like a bypass valve lol



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Thanks to everyone that helped me out!!!:salute:
 

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Yeah I was thinking about a boost controller, probably easier. Maybe that turbosmart tee, I think thats what is called lol
 

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Make your own manual boost controller!!
 

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Its prob a. 68. I would try puttung more boost to it.
 

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Congrats!! just put MBV and dial in boost as you like. This is what I have , works great. BTW for 6 psi turbo is barely doing it's job, once 8 -10 psi it will wake up and scream. At 20 psi it's pissed lol

TURBOSMART BOOST TEE MANUAL BOOST CONTROLLER | eBay
 

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Im not sure how to make my own Boost controller haha... right on the nail 331 its a .68....

Thanks 02 I was just looking for that lol!! 8-10lbs should be looots of fun! haha
 

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Hit up chris from poweradder solutions and they have Hallman controllers for around $50 I believe. I run the manual controller on mine just at the track and to bump it a few psi when I go out to play around a little. You can make them but I just like to buy one I know is proven is works well.

The numbers really arent too far off of what we did on our 02 here. I dont know how much higher I would take it but on my car, I have kept it at 6psi~ and its never let me down. Sure I could make more but its a bone stock 2v and just didnt want to push it. I would go no more than 7-8psi but I do bump it up ever now and then. Just dont normally daily drive it up around that level. Im getting close to 20k miles on the car now with the setup and still a stock bottom end/clutch/trans/rear. Its just how long you want the bottom end to hang in there. I have seen people run more and have no issues but it comes down to a little luck once you start getting up there.
 
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