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post #1 of 41 Old 11-19-2009, 06:03 AM Thread Starter
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u mutch boost you got ?

i just want a know

i got a 97 with 3.5 dp and 4 inch custom exausth
for now a edge evolution( but waiting for my php)
on race map the max boost i can see its between 25 and 29 at like 3000 rpm

with the stock turbo stock hpop and my egt never go more 1000

the egt its just after the turbo it is good or ?
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PUT THE EGT IN THE MANIFOLD BEFORE THE TURBO

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why i use to run alots of big turbo set up on GAZ engine and we always put it after the turbo

you think the turbo can restrict to mutch and make it sufered by to mutch heat ?
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add about 3-400 deg on your egts with it mounted after the turbo

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holy ****

i run to high you dont want to run more then 1200 that rigth ?
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^^^not for extented amounts of time

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Also with your pyro after the turbo the readings don't react as quickly as it would before the turbo. Realistically I am not as concerned about the temp the turbo is seeing, I am more concerned with how hot the pistons are getting and if they are gonna melt on you.

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The temperature difference can be anywhere between 200 and 600 degrees with real life testing.


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The temperature difference can be anywhere between 200 and 600 degrees with real life testing.
That's a significant difference. Good bit of info to know, as I haven't done gauges yet. (fortunately I don't flog my truck)

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ok tanks im gone a change that this week end and leave you some feed back

and also for the boost no body told me u mutch they got
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