All stock, unopened. Stock fuel rails even...just bolt ons here and there.
"Results were very impressive bottom and mid range. We had some issues on the dyno so top end results were a bit meaningless. At the drags i picked up approx 5mph top end so plug that into a drag calc and it suggests a good power gain. Throttle response was also greatly improved.Hey Justin did you ever get yours dyno'ed with the custom lower intake?
and any progress on a new better one?
Justen, what is sold? The intake or the car!!!"Results were very impressive bottom and mid range. We had some issues on the dyno so top end results were a bit meaningless. At the drags i picked up approx 5mph top end so plug that into a drag calc and it suggests a good power gain. Throttle response was also greatly improved.
From my end all good. It's sold now so no further testing but MKII is in the works ;-)
Yes i think you are right...a special "Hypertune" inlet....
>....lateron he blew a headgasket and is now rebuilding...
>So another proof that the inlet is very restrictive....
To continue discussions on revs and inlet manifolds and modded motors - this an interesting one - modded inlet, NA and quotes '9300rpm 407hp Naturally Aspirated 1UZFE Supra'. Must be a very built motor!
I forgot the conversion to rwhp, but 10 psi with 333 rwkw is very impressive. Did you advance the timing a lot?....The new manifold was flowing so well i needed a tune. On 2 psi *less* boost and a richer/safer tune we made an extra 18rwkw So, on a measly 10psi the car is making 333rwkw. This is on my 'test' dyno I'll keep it in this state for the next 3 events and then think about whether i both with the ITB setup when i move to E85.
My car was dynoed on a Dyno Jet and it uses a standalone AEM from the Supra MKIV TT. I had it rewired to work with the stock harness and tuned by a pro.It depends alot on the turbo of course as all boosts aren't equal But seeing i have 450rwhp on 10psi, it does seem a bit strange you are that much down on hp with more boost? and a dyno jet dyno as well i'm guessing which read higher than the dyno-dynamics my run was performed on?
What ECU? get yourself a decent one and a decent tuner and you'll be busting 450+rwhp in no time
Not much more i can say then mate :sad6:My car was dynoed on a Dyno Jet and it uses a standalone AEM from the Supra MKIV TT. I had it rewired to work with the stock harness and tuned by a pro.
Not an ounce of sarcasm intended in that, it must have been a well built motor to last that long at those revs, any lesser motor would have died in 100kms.Edz, a rash call mate...you have no idea what went into this engine build. Definitely going where few have gione before so no surprises there are hiccups......just unfortunately for Ed (yup he's an Ed too) it was an expensive one. Likely cause was the incorrect weigh oil for the rpm....not many experience over 9000rpm so you expect some trial an error.