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Old 12-21-2016, 06:35 PM   #43
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With the 335 did you have a built engine? Just wondering cuz I'm thinking of going that route
I think they've had a few setups, plus they do tuning (for the sprinter kit, top two are Moto and delicious...) but if you wanna run the 335, a built engine is very very very recommended.

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Sprintex 210 with a 64mm pulley on E85 provides way too much fun for the street ;D
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Dyno with the 64mm pulley? I'm running the 70mm. Just wondering the difference.
I'm on 69mm myself

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Only just done it today. Using subaruEdit's logger's virtual dyno, I ran about 340WHP with 69mm pulley.
Using the same virtual dyno I got 290WHP on 98 RON.

It's highly advised to lower the RPM limit to around 7000. This spins the supercharger to the same RPM as 7650 engine RPM on the 69mm pulley.
Who even made the 64mm pulley? Good call on lowering rpm though, I know at redline with the 69mm pulley you just over-spin the sprintex by a bit (well, what is recommended by sprintex).

It seems the 64mm would put the sprintex out of its efficient range?
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Pretty sure it has been done.Not a good bang for the buck and probably very cramped under the hood. Id be more inclined to do sequential turbos.
I don't know about that, done right you can make massive power. There's that lotus running around twin charged with supposedly 800 hp from a toyota 1.8.
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I don't know about that, done right you can make massive power. There's that lotus running around twin charged with supposedly 800 hp from a toyota 1.8.
Yeah it's possible, and I'm pretty sure I've seen it done somewhere too, but when you're budgeting out something like that it's usually only that 'special' person who will do it to be different than the masses. It's more complex, and at the overall cost to get there most people just go with a 2JZ swap for that kind of power.
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Yeah it's possible, and I'm pretty sure I've seen it done somewhere too, but when you're budgeting out something like that it's usually only that 'special' person who will do it to be different than the masses. It's more complex, and at the overall cost to get there most people just go with a 2JZ swap for that kind of power.
Not to mention reliability issues.

Just transplant a 2.0 L Volvo XC90 engine, comes twin charged right out of the box and probably better reliability than any home brew job. You will, however, need a hood with a big bump in it!
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