Going to the dyno tomorrow.

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I'm going to the dyno tomorrow. I'm going to tune for 93 octane with methanol injection and I' also going to tune for e85. I'm not trying to max out the capabilities of the e85. I only have 950 injectors so I'm not going to try and make any more than 700 rwhp. Maybe I can, maybe I can't. I hope my coil packs don't mess up and everything goes smooth. I will take a few videos to put up in this thread and let everyone know how it goes. If it goes kaboom, I'll be pissed, but sometimes shit happens. Tune in tomorrow for the results.
 
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I made 565 rwhp on a Mustang dyno at 24psi on e85. I could have made more but the guy tuning it was being a baby. That's also at 5800rpm. My car is good to rev to about eight grand. It was still climbing when he shut it down. On 93 octane, it made 460 at 22psi shutting down at 5800 rpm. I'll have to go another day and get some dyno queen numbers, but for now I'm going to enjoy driving it. This 6466 comes on like a train. I have MT ET streets and it will roast them in second gear when the turbo kicks in. I get full boost at 4000 rpm. My torque goes from 240-490 in about 350 rpm.
I'll try to get the dyno graph loaded up along with a video, but I'm not sure who to load it up with. Photobucket has gone to shit and I haven't loaded anything up in years.
 

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On this site you can just load it using the insert image button. It won't accept the file if its really big, so I usually shrink it down to 1024x768. The image below is 1444x342 and it worked fine.

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Jay, how is the diff I sent you behaving?
Liking how the LSD engages?

Sounds like you are making some good power!
 

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It's a shame he was shutting it down so early, I'd like to see what it makes on the big end. Great numbers though!
 

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I made 565 rwhp on a Mustang dyno at 24psi on e85. I could have made more but the guy tuning it was being a baby. That's also at 5800rpm. My car is good to rev to about eight grand. It was still climbing when he shut it down. On 93 octane, it made 460 at 22psi shutting down at 5800 rpm. I'll have to go another day and get some dyno queen numbers, but for now I'm going to enjoy driving it. This 6466 comes on like a train. I have MT ET streets and it will roast them in second gear when the turbo kicks in. I get full boost at 4000 rpm. My torque goes from 240-490 in about 350 rpm.
I'll try to get the dyno graph loaded up along with a video, but I'm not sure who to load it up with. Photobucket has gone to shit and I haven't loaded anything up in years.
That bolded comment sums up modified Supra ownership in one sentence pretty well, haha. I think it's also a great part of the rolling power experience. [Low RPM] "Yeah, that's pretty quick" [High RPM] "Holy SHIT slow down!" haha.

Nice numbers. I'm interested to see the graphs.
 

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Nice dyno! I know when I had a 6766 on my MK4 it hit hard. Would roasting them @ a 60 roll. I know you're having a blast with that 6466. Can't wait for it to be pushed!!
 

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Keeping it there or 40psi here we come?
Nice Numbers, you have a built bottom end right Jay?
I'm definitely going to turn it up, but at the moment, it's at the paint shop. I'm also waiting on a new set of ccw classics to put on. I also bought another set of coils to try out. Hopefully they work well. They're off of a audi and are suppose to be good coils. After all that is done, I'm heading back to the dyno and tuning it myself. We won't be shutting it off at six grand and I will probably try 26 or 27 psi. I am still on the stock bottom end. I have a 2jz block sitting in my garage that I want to have built, but I don't have anyone local that I trust to build it.
 

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Nice numbers. I'm interested to see the graphs.
At 41 seconds of the video, you can stop it. The green is boost, and the black is torque. The blue is horsepower and the red is afr's. You can see how quickly the torque ramps up along with the boost.
 

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Jay, referencing your point about engine building, I couldn't trust anybody to build my engine. I did it myself and very glad I did. Getting the machine work, balancing, and measurements outsourced to the machinist, it's all but filing the rings to the gap you want, cleaning it all very well, and putting it together. Building the engine was such a pleasure.

Jared at SpeedForSale is the only person I trust to handle any machine work. I know it's a drive.
 

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I can't say for sure Jeff, but the front of that building looks like the place I took my car to that blew it up. The guy that does the machining is probably different than the guy that does the tuning but the guy that tuned my car is an idiot. I know a guy I trust to do the machining here locally if I had the pistons and everything I want to use. I don't think the rods are hurt in my old block, just the top of a couple pistons was hurt. I need to take it apart and see what kind of shape everything is in.
 

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Yes, that looks just like the place that blew my car up two years ago. They had a silver gtr in the showroom when I was there.
 

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Jeremy Blackwell is the only person at S4S that tunes that I know of. Was that his name? If not, they do rent their dyno.