- Jan 22, 2006
So in your own opinion, what would be the ideal killer one shot setup on this turbo.
If I were going to go back to a 360degree thrust bearing turbo 61mm,
PTE T4 SC61 with:
I would do a T04S anti-surge ported compressor cover (0.70A/R),
61mm 56-trim compressor wheel
T350 Stage 5 76-trim turbine wheel or the T4 P-trim 69-trim turbine wheel.
T04 undivided 0.70A/R turbine housing with V-Band discharge
I would put on a TiAL 44mm wastegate, and a DNP T4 tubular equal length exhaust manifold with a 3" Downpipe with V-band connection.
You will get the most out of the turbo, with little or no loss on the top end and better spoolup than the 0.81AR.
It would be a good low 11 (2G) to high 10 second (1G) turbo in full weight street trim with a good driver.
1000cc injectors with a single Walboro 255HP at 48psi bfp, worked just fine with it.
It worked well for me, and I had 11.0's and 133mph traps out of it.
I went back with these changes (manifold and turbine) to the track , and got down to 11.4 @ 128mph on 26psi, 11.2 @ 130mph on 31-32psi and a best of 11.017 w/ a best mph of 133.79 mph at 35psi. Based on MPH, vehicle weight, dyno data and flow calculations, we returned with a number slightly above 630whp and 590 tq.
Does your car weigh 4000lbs? My car is 3100lbs with me in it, I've gone 132 in the 1/4, and I'm only guessing my whp to be around 520whp. If it's closer to 600whp, i'd be ecstatic, but I'm thinking your #'s are a bit high in your guesstimates.
I believe hes at atltitude. Makes a huge diff.
NOSLO2PT0 - I know I could have gotten better times if that is what you are wanting. Unfortunately that was the best I could do with the circumstances -- still, not bad for a FULL weight 2G daily driver. Thankfully, I don't need to prove myself to you. I am just stating the timeslips and the data from this turbo setup before I upgraded to bigger and better.
He's in Milwaukee, WI. Probably ran at Great Lakes Dragway, about 760' above sea level. Not gonna make a difference.
And even then it's tough to get a clear indication of the power because it's still at elevation and you have to account for the driver skill, or in my case, lack there of (on the drag strip).I think he meant Ludachris.
Dyno numbers at altitude mean nothing. Projected dyno numbers even less. Track times are an indicator of the car's power, specifically the traps.
I can finnally post my result to this thread
I have a SC6152, not a SCM...
It has the S cover and a .82 hotside...
At 22psi I am seeing 52.7lbs/min. above 8300rpms
Spools 20 psi right before 5000 rpms
This is with a Magnus and BC 280's on a 2.0
mmmm I love this turbo, I cant wait for meth and alot more boost.