99 GSX on a FP Red

Posted by eclipsed4seed99, Apr 19, 2009

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  1. eclipsed4seed99

    eclipsed4seed99 Proven Member

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    Well after pulling the trailer queen out of hibernation, I took the car to work with me and put her on the dyno. I was very pleased to see my 2 year old English tune is beyond bad ass. She made 567 whp and 474 trq @ 27 psi on an old school FP Red and E98. She also hit full boost by 3850 rpms, which I feel on a non ballbearing turbo is pretty darn good. Not bad for an old street car I suppose.

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    Jeff
     

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  2. toofast82

    toofast82 Proven Member

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    That's a beautiful car and equally impressive numbers:hellyeah:
    That is great spoolup for the power especially on a journal bearing turbo:thumb:
     
  3. Brianawd

    Brianawd Proven Member

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    Nice #s Jeff. Makes me want to put my car on the dyno to see what it will do. I think it was last year the we did some pulls and I was able to hang with you
     
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  4. mindset

    mindset Proven Member

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    That thing is sick!
     
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  5. dsm-freak

    dsm-freak Proven Member

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    beutiful car man!!
     
  6. eclipsed4seed99

    eclipsed4seed99 Proven Member

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    Hang with me, you friggen out spooled me and hurt my feelings. LOL. Your car with 3052 is one sick VR4 my friend. Jeff
     
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  7. kahl23

    kahl23 Proven Member

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    I'm as impressed with the spool as I am with the #s. Was this with a 7cm^2 or 8cm^2 housing? 2.0?
     
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  8. need2boostpsi

    need2boostpsi Proven Member

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    whats your mod list on this car?
     
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  9. waggs187

    waggs187 Proven Member

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    Very clean car and very nice numbers. What exhaust manifold is that?
     
  10. aadperformance

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    DNP with stock mitsu flange
     
  11. stevestevesteve

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    thats a beautiful eclipse...

    got any more pictures?
     
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  12. 94awdcoupe

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    amazingly pretty dyno curve for old skool red.
    nice car too.
     
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  13. wadsm

    wadsm Probationary Member

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    That is one clean engine bay. Even though I still think your drag car has a more show quality engine bay than your actual 'show' car. Haha :thumb: great example of what a clean 2g should be like
     
  14. donniekak

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    Nice torque cure. So many turbo cars have the huge spike followed by the hard drop off, great tune.
     
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  15. eclipsed4seed99

    eclipsed4seed99 Proven Member

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  16. Psychos1s

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    Rub it in...rub it in Jeff. :)

    You're car is beautiful. It's my car's idol per se. Every time I've been to English Racing (several times recently) I see it teasing me with all of it's pure goodness.

    -Paul
     
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  17. sandiballs287

    sandiballs287 Proven Member

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    nice car. hella sweet.
     
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  18. directorque

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    i second the thought of absolutely gorgeous car and really nice numbers.
     
  19. rhamlinii

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    I spoke some time ago to someone at FP, about max boost. I got another 20g and wanted to know is that the reason you didn't run higher boost then 30 psi on that tdo6h wheel? I see everyone giving the td05h all the boost it can flow, but I "hear" the td06h can't do it because of it's size and weight. I did a search and people will run big boost out of garret, pte, holset, and small mitsu turbos. I'm not sure if people haven't tried it because of the better options, or because of the shaft and wheel speed on these expensive mitsu and hybird turbos? I'd figure you may know as you do he exact same thing in your 16g/fta68 builds and some of the 3065/35r setup you have done? However on this car you stopped at 30 psi. I"m aware of the fueling issue. I just waned to know is that te only reason you didn't run higher boost?
     
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  20. JayRolla

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    Damn dyno jets are crazy. Just went to a dyno meet this weekend on the heartbreaker dyno dynamics dyno at revolutions (say that 5 times fast). Two evos on e85 running Reds and 30psi made only 404 and 414whp. Both built longblocks and 272's. They where sad.
     
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  21. eclipsed4seed99

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    I only stopped due to fuel issues. I feel it could have made 645 ish by 32 psi. The other thing that stopped me time constraints, had to get to the track.
     
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  22. Discerning Sage

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    Those are great numbers and your car looks unbelievably clean.:thumb:
     
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  25. GsXdSmKingGsX

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    Your selling it?? Its freakin beautiful! One of the cleanest 2g's Ive personally ever seen
     
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