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Old 08-10-2012, 05:06 PM   #1
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Dynosty Turbo FR-S FA20 Highest Horsepower Record 324WHP

After tuning on low boost, the FR-S was fitted with a Haltech boost control kit and the boost was raised to 9psi. The result was an impressive 324 WHP on our Dyno Dynamics dyno!

For reference, this FR-S made 153WHP stock on our dyno (baseline dyno).

This turbocharged FR-S build consists of:
Dynosty Scion FR-S Subaru BRZ Single Turbo Kit with Tial GT2871R Turbocharger
Tial MVR 44mm Wastegate and Tial Blow Off Valve
Injector Dynamics 850cc Fuel Injectors running E85
Haltech Platinum Sport standalone engine management
Haltech Wideband and Haltech Advanced Boost Control System
Dyno Tune by Hal at Dynosty
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Sept '12 Update: New dyno chart. Dynosty turbo kit on Scion FR-S at 16psi = 409WHP on our Dyno Dynamics


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Power and spool comparison of NA baseline, 4psi and 9psi:
Red = stock, Blue = 4psi, Yellow/Green = 9psi

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Old 08-10-2012, 05:14 PM   #3
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Good god thats scary
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:16 PM   #4
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Is this with the stock transmission?
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Are you effing kidding me? almost 200whp gain on 9psi boost.... this is epic. Great job guys!
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Wow i can't even imagine what a beast that thing is
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:19 PM   #7
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Is this with the stock transmission?
Stock engine and transmission.
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Stock engine and transmission.
Interested in seeing how long the stock transmission lasts with that torque on it.
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Any idea what horsepower/tq the internals/clutch can handle? Is this power level reliable in the long run or were you just looking to get high numbers?
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Old 08-10-2012, 05:23 PM   #10
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Can you run normal 93 octane with this setup or only E85?
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Any idea what horsepower/tq the internals/clutch can handle? Is this power level reliable in the long run or were you just looking to get high numbers?
Nobody knows the limits of the new FA20. We were taking a chance going to this level - more than double the factory whp. Time will tell though - I'm sure it won't be long for someone to find the breaking point of the stock internals.
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awesome!! next question
1. Reliability
2. Cost
3. Available for sale? if yes on 1 & 2
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Can you run normal 93 octane with this setup or only E85?
I suspect power output would be reduced on 93 octane, which is why we selected E85 from the start for this specific build.
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Talk about getting squirrelly. How wide were those rear tires and was any weight added to the back?
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awesome!! next question
1. Reliability
2. Cost
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1. Reliability - time will tell.
2. Cost - working on it.
3. For sale - will come after 1 & 2 are nailed down.
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guess we're going to have to pay extra for wings, tail, and a pilot licnence.
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Maybe a stupid question, but could this run with an Automatic? I daily drive my FR-S so reliability is important and it'd really cool if I could go auto on a regular drive and paddle sport mode for the umph! Also, what's the 0-60??? LoL
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I thought the company's name was Dyno Nasty for a second there because that thing is naaasty.
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Of course it makes more power on E85 guys, you can safely run way more timing versus a comparable pump tune.
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