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Old 11-04-2012, 04:37 PM   #1
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Forced Induction Kits Putting Out Around 300-350Whp

Whats up guys, I'm just trying to help clear some air here since I've been searching A LOT and theres a bunch of confusion. Some kits are throwing different numbers and such and so many threads just gets to your head.

I made this thread so we can all discuss Forced induction Kits That will be putting out anywhere from 300whp to 350whp. I think its fair to say that a big amount of us want that power gain.

Lets try and Make a thread with all the companies/kits that will make upto 300-350whp with supporting mods and tuned!

Look forward to seeing what we can do!!
Lets also try and follow this format!

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Power Output (WHP/TQ):
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Pretty much all turbo kits will do those numbers, it just depends on the option you get or upgrades.

It's all about the PSI you run.
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A better idea would be to try cataloging all the forced induction available, no matter what kind of power you can be making. As stated, power is dependent on what other options/upgrades one chooses.
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A better idea would be to try cataloging all the forced induction available, no matter what kind of power you can be making. As stated, power is dependent on what other options/upgrades one chooses.
you mean like this:
turbos
http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16360
superchargers
http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16888
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Very True! Apologies guys!! Mods can delete the thread. I must have skipped over that some how even after searching for hours
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My D3 Performance Turbo kit runs 325whp
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Pretty much all turbo kits will do those numbers, it just depends on the option you get or upgrades.

It's all about the PSI you run.
Not always the case. Most intercoolers lower boost pressure but increase HP/TQ due to denser air.
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Not always the case. Most intercoolers lower boost pressure but increase HP/TQ due to denser air.
exactly, also you have to keep in mind that the weight difference depending on if the driver of the dyno session took a dump or not earlier in the day you will get you a different HP/TQ due to changing friction characteristics.
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You mind sharing anymore info on this?
There's info everywhere. Just do like 30 seconds of research on the first and second page of the Forced Induction section of this forum. Or search for D3PE Turbo. It's all out there.

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exactly, also you have to keep in mind that the weight difference depending on if the driver of the dyno session took a dump or not earlier in the day you will get you a different HP/TQ due to changing friction characteristics.
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