1200hp 7M-GTE dyno video

Krister

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Hey,

Thought you guys might be interested of my friends 7M engine dyno. :)

1201hp / 810 ft.lbs @ 38psi

7M-GTE
8.5:1 pistons
Eagle rods (yes, they are on the edge)
HKS Stopper gasket
ACL bearings
Ported head + custom cams
80mm Holset turbo
Custom made manifolds
E85


[video=youtube;yB0vznfnJtI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB0vznfnJtI[/video]


The oil from the catch can is being sorted, better crank case ventilation is being built.

Dyno sheets:



We also have a 1166hp twin 60mm turbo (the second turbo is bottom mount so you cant see it from that angle) 7M-GTE here in Finland :) Dynovid here:

[video=youtube;oucEYwgo0Wk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oucEYwgo0Wk[/video]
 
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CajunKenny

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YES!!!

In the second vid, I kept waiting for the alternator belt to rip apart and fly off.
 

Albert

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^ yeah there is no way a 7m can make good reliable power..........
I love it when that crowd is proven wrong lol
Proven power yes.... reliable.....still waiting on that lol
 

Albert

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Yeah anything at that level is hard on the motor
 

Mr Bojangles

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I'll be interested to see what the final numbers are bolted in the car on an actual dyno. Engine dyno numbers are incredibly inaccurate, all you know for sure is that it makes a lot.
 

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Well in any case, the level of power they've been able to achieve in very impressive. I dont care what engine you have 1200hp is nothing to scoff at. I do agree with Bojangles though, it will be exciting to see what kind of power it makes once they are in cars. I'm expecting good things.
 

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Do you even go anywhere at that power level in an mk3 or do u just sit in one spot until your tires melt into the ground? Lol its either that or you just time travel one of the two??
 

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Do you even go anywhere at that power level in an mk3 or do u just sit in one spot until your tires melt into the ground? Lol its either that or you just time travel one of the two??
That much power in pretty much any Supra chassis is going to take an awfully sticky tire to get things motivated, at least from a stand still.

And to the OP, I was kinda hoping that you were gonna say one of those motors was going in one of your MkIV's. Just because. :)
 

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A 7m in an Mk4 would get so much hate even if it was 1000+ hp but it would be funny for the same reason haha
 

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reviving an old thread........
i'm looking for some info on the idler pulley setup for the alternator in the pics.. i'd love to hear from the op.
 

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I'm wondering if he got the new crank ventilation design sorted out. It's great to see a MK3 go 350km/h, as they are great for high speed applications.