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Old 11-27-2012, 01:00 PM
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Hybrid Users what PSI do you see

Hey guys what PSI are you seeing ?

I have heard some 500whp users on hyrbrids. I was wondering what tunes and what PSI you guys are seeing that at.

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With the SPD for a stock turbo truck - 29psi max
With the Looney Wild for Hybrid - 33psi max

The SPD is still faster than the LW on my truck even with lower boost pressure.
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With the SPD for a stock turbo truck - 29psi max
With the Looney Wild for Hybrid - 33psi max

The SPD is still faster than the LW on my truck even with lower boost pressure.

Whats your opinion on the Hybrid now?
is it fully cleaning up your 155s? Im thinking of it for my 175s...

any info would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:53 PM
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Man I love it now that everything is worked out! My fuel mileage didn't increase like I've read about with people and the stage 1, it stayed the same. But the power is definitely there. Very noticeable increase over stock. The local track has closed for the season or I would have already posted videos and track times. As for smoke, it still smokes but it cleaned it up to a light haze under WOT. It has no problem breaking lose my 35 Toyos at a 40mph roll. Anything under 30mph it will break em lose and catch another gear spinning. Dry pavement. I need to make a video, its unreal how fast it spools.
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Old 11-27-2012, 03:55 PM
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My hybrid cleans up my 190/75's waay better than the 64/71/70 non vgt i was running. However the hybrid does run hotter because of the turbine side.
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Chris, I'm sure if you had a Gen 2 Hybrid you would probably have a lower EGTs as well as less smoke.
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I"m about to send my Hybrid to A-Man for the Turbine mod and y-pipe fix.

It won't clean up 175/75's running the Looney Wild without removing some fuel on the low side.

I've only been running it for 3 days so I've yet to try a WOT run but i can hit 28PSI on a long hill with some left in it - I can go from 75 to 100 mph in 2.5 Sec. with a light haze.

Can't wait to see what it will due next week after updates.

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Old 11-27-2012, 06:08 PM
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What's usually the turn around if you send Mad your turbo? Mines going in for head studs and I'd like to upgrade the turbo to a hybrid.


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Subscribed. I'm mixed between the stage 2 and hybrid. There seems ti be next to no difference between the 'gen 2' hybrids, and the stage 2's, particularly with billet wheel. Any clearity on the differences? Spool up time vs total volume of air?
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I know that that hybrid and the stage 2 with no billet wheel are close to the same but the billet wheel upgrade pushes the stage 2 pass it.


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