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Old 06-06-2012, 11:08 AM   #43
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Sounds awesome! Are you guys running any kind of exhaust system too?
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In this video and all dyne testing provided to date, the exhaust is stock!

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Old 06-06-2012, 11:17 AM   #45
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Very nice gains with an intake. Great job guys. With the gains we are seeing with an intake around 5hp and so far Perrin Has their overpipe back exhasut around 10hp....I dont see why an extra 25hp cant be made with I/H/E and a tune. Keep it up
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In this video and all dyne testing provided to date, the exhaust is stock!
Wow, that impressive! It sounds amazing already!
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We are as well seeing similar gains. The exhaust system I'm making is modular and has 2 different variations based on how loud you would like it to be. I'll be moving into discussing that in the next few days to come as well as releasing pictures and pricing for the intake systems.

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Very nice gains with an intake. Great job guys. With the gains we are seeing with an intake around 5hp and so far Perrin Has their overpipe back exhasut around 10hp....I dont see why an extra 25hp cant be made with I/H/E and a tune. Keep it up
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Any plans for a header??
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Most likely. However until we can eliminate CEL's there is not much use for one.


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MD automotive did a dyno on a a stock fr-s and it made 173@7000rpm's
Every motor is different and can vary on hp and climate can play a roll
If there is no heat sheild then the short ram intake is worthless
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Old 06-06-2012, 08:01 PM   #51
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Although Perrin is a great company, they are not a direct competitor of mine. They'll make an intake, i'll make an intake, the difference however is that I will make integrated systems. My typical background is 1000+ hp turbo cars both import and domestic. At the end of the day I will be able to do the outrageous stuff with this car, that they will not as a company.

I can assure you that I approach all interests with integrity. You will never get some undocumented claims from me that do not have my word backing them. Ask any customer i've had over the years. If I say the car will do this, it will.

My goal as of now is to build into the staged packages just like we have with other vehicles. I don't see any reason why I wouldn't have turbo variations in the short future. Obviously then, we will be going inside these engines. I've been building engines for the past 12 years. I've done many 600hp boxer engines and don't see any reason why this boxer will differ.

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Very well spoken, I applaud your chivalry

I greatly look forward to your contributions and modifications on such a great car and hopefully we'll see those awesome numbers you've been graced to see in the past. With that being said I don't doubt your abilities as a performance developer and will keep a close eye on your future post's and finds. Keep on keepin on
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wow im just seeing this now....lol, love the sound but cant wait to hear and the see the performance benefits of the longtube cold air
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Was the lowest value the baseline with OEM airbox?
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I've watched the videos, read the graphs, and have but one question:

WHEN?

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I dyno'd mine on the same dynojet and my best number was 144hp/124tq at 91 degrees inside the dyno room.

I am a little dispointed at the numbers and will like to see what other people have to say about it.
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That is a bit lower than the normal. Run through the break in and put 93octane in it and re evaluate the numbers. Temperature has little effect on output w/ the software set on SAE correction.


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