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Old 10-23-2015, 12:49 PM   #15
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Thanks Zach. So, since you guys mentioned that you had to modify your FnG tune specifically for the E-force, will it be its own tune (like your package for the Innovate/Sprintex) or will it just be still the FnG? Any release date set yet or is it still under development since the kit is just starting to ship?
This tune is technically a Flash & Go, but with a few crucial differences that make it specially suited to perform at its best with this kit. A basic Flash & Go would make a bit less power on bottom and top than this would.

This tune is available now, and will be exactly what is sent out whenever someone orders a Flash & Go for an Edelbrock kit through our site.

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Old 10-23-2015, 01:12 PM   #16
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Very excited to see how this kit turns out!
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I'm sorry, I should of worded my question better. Given a built block, what do you think this kit's hp ceiling is at its smallest allowable pulley (blower's max rpm)?
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I'm sorry, I should of worded my question better. Given a built block, what do you think this kit's hp ceiling is at its smallest allowable pulley (blower's max rpm)?
It's really difficult to say without knowing the airflow capabilities of the blower unit itself. If it gets choked up around 20psi, you won't see much. If it's still free flowing at that level of boost, you'll see quite a bit more. This is something that will require a bit more testing when the pulleys are released to know for sure.

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Those are CRANK numbers (according to the graphs) correct?

No WHP numbers?
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Old 10-23-2015, 07:22 PM   #20
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Those are CRANK numbers (according to the graphs) correct?

No WHP numbers?
Not really, this is "Comparison Mode" which equates to DynoJet numbers which are not really crank nor wheel horsepower. We have had a LOT of requests for DynoJet numbers so that is why it is posted.

If you would prefer to see true wheel horsepower numbers we can post those up also. We have charts for many forced induction kits and stock vehicles in both raw wheel numbers and "DynoJet" numbers (the preferred number).

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Yep, this kit is going on the second BRZ. Awesome results!
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Brave man, fully catless setup in California. Hope you're otherwise keeping a low profile - we've already seen on the board here what problems you can run into if you aren't.

That said, very nice numbers for a roots blower.
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Brave man, fully catless setup in California. Hope you're otherwise keeping a low profile - we've already seen on the board here what problems you can run into if you aren't.

That said, very nice numbers for a roots blower.
I don't know about being bootsted, but NA while keeping AFR's nice you dont really smell the exhaust besides during cold starts. E85 OTOH... always smell like something is being burnt (obviously fuel, duh) after some pulls to redline.
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How's this compared to the JRSC?
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Brave man, fully catless setup in California. Hope you're otherwise keeping a low profile - we've already seen on the board here what problems you can run into if you aren't.

That said, very nice numbers for a roots blower.
I tend to keep a somewhat low profile most of the time, and it doesn't hurt that I live less than two miles from work so I'm usually riding my bike.

I think we Californians tend to make things sound worse then they are too. But I'm holding onto the stock exhaust just incase.
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@JohnnyP did you pass by Goldenwest College in Westminster/Huntington Beach maybe an hour ago? I was filling up jugs of E85 at the Propel across the street and I heard a pretty loud car on the streets, looked up and saw a white car with a similar looking trunk scheme.
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@JohnnyP did you pass by Goldenwest College in Westminster/Huntington Beach maybe an hour ago? I was filling up jugs of E85 at the Propel across the street and I heard a pretty loud car on the streets, looked up and saw a white car with a similar looking trunk scheme.
Must've been someone else. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to make it out to Huntington in a while. I was busy cleaning my front bumper from the 911 turbo that blew a coolant like in front of me on the freeway. :eek:

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I don't know about being bootsted, but NA while keeping AFR's nice you dont really smell the exhaust besides during cold starts. E85 OTOH... always smell like something is being burnt (obviously fuel, duh) after some pulls to redline.

I meant the volume more than the smell.
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