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Old 01-12-2013, 10:01 PM   #21
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If you can go 6.00 ish in the 300ft in the sand you are moving right along. See its fun to fuck with the diesel guys because they never expect a yota to drag that ass. Most people dont understand power to weight ratios and what functional power is. Plus its fun to hustle some cash out of them.
Now that I can see why that would be fun ha

You a 4x4 too?
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:06 PM   #22
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:36 PM   #23
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Forged internals?
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Forged internals?
Forged internals on a 5vz?? No need!! Hahah just kidding but yeah what are you running anyways?? you have a badass setup and great power for such a small truck!
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Diesels..aren't fast

Trucks..aren't fast.

Want to go fast..get a car.

The power of this would be nice for my heavy ass rig though...
What theeeee hell you dont think so?? i thought they were pretty powerful but maybe thats just because i love the sound and my brother has a 750 horsepower built 7.3 powerstroke that hauls ass we all got different opinions though!
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Old 01-13-2013, 03:28 AM   #26
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100% stock motor
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:25 AM   #28
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NICE. Is it a rear mounted turbo (like the sst), or is it mounted under the hood? if the later, who made your intake and exhaust manifold?
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No its front mounted . I maid my own forward facing headers. There pics on the first gen section under a post that says new turbo kit.
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:32 AM   #30
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Wow kudos. I'm so jealous right now. Btw, i few people have run larger turbos by putting larger injectors. http://www.whyturbothat.com/srunnermain.html
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I'm changing my injectors soon. I'd like to see if I can get over 500wheel on race gas.
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:38 PM   #33
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iv seen those. they are cool. Edelbrock makes something similar but without the cool mount. We will see what happens next week when my injectors get back.
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Subd to mooch some info from here
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why is it that the stock fuel system can barely handle 220whp with a supercharger, but with a turbo its all gravy even up to 350whp?
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Old 12-18-2013, 10:28 AM   #36
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not about that. Long as you have a bigger fuel pump and injectors your regulator will keep up fine.

Its about effeciantcy.

SC robs a lot of power. Turbo doesn't.

on top of that the amount of air actually being move via turbo is more..never take psi as a rating of power. Doesn't mean dick without other information. 6 psi out of a 50mm inducer turbo is not the same amount of air as 4 psi from a 72mm inducer, the 72mm at 4psi moves more air.
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not about that. Long as you have a bigger fuel pump and injectors your regulator will keep up fine.

Its about effeciantcy.

SC robs a lot of power. Turbo doesn't.

on top of that the amount of air actually being move via turbo is more..never take psi as a rating of power. Doesn't mean dick without other information. 6 psi out of a 50mm inducer turbo is not the same amount of air as 4 psi from a 72mm inducer, the 72mm at 4psi moves more air.
Yup. For turbo sizing, imagine blowing 15psi through a drinking straw, then blowing 15psi through a 4" PVC pipe. Pressure is the same. Volume, on the other hand...

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why is it that the stock fuel system can barely handle 220whp with a supercharger, but with a turbo its all gravy even up to 350whp?
That's not a stock fuel system.
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that seems pretty stock to me.. he must be running larger injectors!??!
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that seems pretty stock to me.. he must be running larger injectors!??!
"Stock fuel" means "stock fuel" - that is, nothing modified regarding fueling. That simply is not the case.

I would like to find a good OBDII-compliant piggyback so I could run larger injectors (550cc should be good enough for me unless I wanted to run E85, but I think I'd break something because I'd want MOAR BOOST). I can get away with a full standalone on my MR2 because OBDI emissions here is just a sniffer, but 96+/OBDII needs OBDII functionality to pass.
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