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    Default 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    Well, I finally got my car on the dyno. This pull was at 15 psi on 91 octane pump fuel. I am pretty happy for such a simple set up.

    1jzgte non VVTi
    Borg Warner s360 83-75 with 1.0 divided turbine housing / tial 38mm gate / divided china manifold
    crower small core 272s / Ti valve springs / Ti retainers from the group buy in 2006
    550 injectors / SAFCII / aeromotive AFPR /denso MKIV fuel pump
    3" exhaust
    3" intercooler piping / Tial Q bov / 26"x12"x3" intercooler



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    Last edited by scottiedawg66; March 20th, 2014 at 11:51 AM.
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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    nice.

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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    Nice, simple and fast...cant go wrong with that....

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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    very nice. any creep with that wastegate?
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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    it creeped up to almost 15.5 psi and it is on a 1 bar spring, so it creeps a little but not too badly. I think the mainfold design has alot more to do with creep than gate size, but they both obviously are important.
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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    3rd gear pull?

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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    yes sir, I was surprised to not run it in 4th, but the tuner said it made no difference on a superflow dyno. I did the tuning myself since it was just safc and fuel pressure adjustments.
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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    Nice! I'm going to be running a bw s366 .91 housing on my 1jz. Plan on getting 550cc and safc tune. 15psi and doing 448hp is awesome!! Now thus makes me even more excited to see what mine will do. But I won't have cams unfortunately. Just stock.

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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    I am eager to upgrade to aem. I left the af ratio a little more rich than i would have liked due to lack of timing control. Once i am done building the motor for my mustang and get that project complete i will be back with meth injection (no e85 locally) bigger njectors and aem.
    JZZ31 drift car build in progress. MK3 owner for 12 years, single 1jz swap in 2005 448 rwhp on pump gas.

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    Default Re: 1jzgte / Borg Warner 83-75 dyno

    i wanted to update this thread, I did a compression test today and it was 150 cross the board, which is what has been since I did the cams years ago. I have been really beating on the car hard lately doing a drift day and several late night canyon drives. Good to see that I think my tune is safe for 91 pump gas, boost cut hits at a 15.5 psi with the SAFC II correcetion.
    JZZ31 drift car build in progress. MK3 owner for 12 years, single 1jz swap in 2005 448 rwhp on pump gas.

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