hx40- 682whp/573tq

Posted by richard33, Oct 21, 2011
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  1. richard33

    richard33 Proven Member

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    Went to the dyno this morning to finish up the tuning for this weekends event. Ended up making 682/573 but snapped the shaft in the process. I put my spare on the car now and getting the oiling situation figured out for the event. Should be some good times if the car can stay together. Videos and pictures to come.

    Mods are:
    2.0 9:1 eagle/wiesco combo with L19s
    stock head with BC 272 cams and supertech dual valve springs.
    SLS manifold
    6 blade hx40 with BEP t3 backhousing.
    JMF race intake manifold and 3" intercooler
    DSMlink and e85

    Car was tuned by shane @ ASAPerformance.
    ASAP eclipse hx40 dyno - YouTube
    ASAP eclipse hx40 dyno - YouTube
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    Great job man!!!!! What shaft, turbine or drive. Also what psi and timing
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    Legit, Im just waiting to run the best time possble with my green and then upgrading to a holset hx-40.
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    Congrats bro, sucks about the turbo.

    That's gotta be close to a record huh
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    Dammmmm!!!!! Thought u had a 7 blade, LOL i need to stop playing around with my sh**
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    Holly #*85!!! Nice numbers... what boost level??
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    Is this the .70 housing or the .55...

    I have yet to see anyone maximize their setups and yet this turbo still puts out some dope power. Better manifold, way better cams, higher compression, built heads, etc etc. (OPs head setup couldn't be any worse *apart from stock* for making power up top LOL) This is easily a 700whp 5spd or 600whp auto turbo.

    No reason someone can't run 8s with it on a properly set up lw 1g.


    I wonder how much more eh could have squeaked out with the more efficient 7 blade?
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    Holset's aren't proven :p Nice numbers man.. How much boost / .70 A/R turbine housing?
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    Frikin awesome!!!! I can't wait to finish my car it seems like hx40s are impossible to find.
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    The t3 .70 AR housing. It made 650 on 40lbs and 680 on 45ish lbs. I now have a 7 blade billet wheel in the car. First dyno pull was on 35lbs I made 623 which was a little less than 100whp pick up from my 527whp # with the hx35 at the same boost level.
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    Those t3 .70 ar housing seem to work great. Im glad I got one instead of the bolt on.
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    I know they the same. read holset threads plenty times. We go to the same shop and always thought he had a 7 blade so i asked him,Thats all.
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    Why does your original post say a 6 blade? Were these times made with the 6 or the 7?

    Also, what "shaft" broke? Was a question asked earlier, thanks.

    (If I am putting 2 together, times were made on the original 6 blade which broke and now you put a 7 blade on?)
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    I dynoed the car this morning on a 6 blade. Made 3 or 4 pulls. On the last pull the turbo shaft snapped at the top of tr pull. since then I have put on my spare billet wheel 7 blade for the event this weekend I am trying to compete in at our local track.
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    So you could technically fine tune it for a bit more power with the 7 blade.. What caused the shaft failure? I think that's more important than any of the numbers you made right now?
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    I brought it to a diesel turbo shop (rpm diesel) and they inspected it. Told me lack of oil so we made some adjustments to the setup and should be good to go. I don't know how much more power is left in it. I do need to get my throttle body rebuilt cause its leaking pretty bad. The only thing left is to do some head work but I don't think that's going to happen soon. We'll see. I need to make some passes to back up the numbers though.
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    Probably another 40whp in your head alone..
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    ecmlink? if so post a log please.
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    Nice numbers. Just curious on your feed setup. 4an from filter housing with .1 restrictor?
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    Thats nuts!!! I would like to know what my numbers are, maybe one day... I'm limited to only 38lbs of boost right now with my 1200cc injectors. Next year with the added fuel supply Ill try out 45lbs of boost!

    Congrats man!
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    Thanks guys. The car is on Dsmlink but don't have the logs. The restrictor is a .93 or so. But I've been having oiling issues so hopefully this works now. My 1600s and 2 bosch 044s seem to be about maxed out at high boost but enough to run it.
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    Not to discredit nearly 700whp from this turbo, but 573lb/ft of torque? That is completely ridiculous! Usually at some point your torque numbers start to suffer when you switch to a large-airflow turbo because the powerband is located so close to (or even later than) 5250.

    Think of it this way- this setup probably reaches full boost around 4500; maximum torque is extracted around 5250. So in that 700rpm window, nearly 600 lb/ft of torque happens.....really quick.

    These HX40's are making retarded-high torque numbers. We have dacowgod at 521tq, turbodsm18 at 527tq, richard33 at 573tq, and badman21 with 618tq. Unreal.


    Great work, Richard. Looking forward to the ported head results! :thumb:
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    Here are some pics. The videos are taking a while to load.


    This is a crappy cell phone pic of the dyno graph. Red was the 682 pull and blue was the 649 pull
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    My fuel setup
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    And what the car looks like today
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    haha I don't think the head is coming off the car soon. I have to get my throttle body rebuilt and then some suspension stuff first.

    Thanks again for all the help and taking the time to respond to my pms these last few days!
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    Just noticed in the vid- did you dyno with the QTP's on the front? I've always heard that slicks on a dyno can fog your results a little.
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    Ya I did. These aren't slicks these are my street tires LOL. I ran them at 25psi so I don't know how much different the dyno reading would be. They didn't spin or anything. Are they supposed to increase or hurt the #'s? I've never heard anything like that honestly.
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