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Big Turbo!!!! Oh my!!!

Their is some speculation that the dyno of a stock 2.0t is 191whp and 176 torque. Every dyno reads different. These motors maybe underrated like the nissan gtr.I Don't know what type of fuel it is in Korea or what they use.(85,87,93, etc). I am assuming premium grade. As you can see that their is a lot of space in the engine bay. But no that much to stuff that v8 into it. Well enjoy the pictures.




 

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From what I've been able to find out, that's a GT30. Roughly the same turbo I'm running on my DSM (pending turbine wheel). I'm currently running 20psi and making 300whp on a DynoDynamics. That means probably 360 or so on a Dynojet. It's also the turbo I plan on throwing on the Gen eventually. Probably won't be able to run much boost on the stock internals due to the high compression ratio though.
 

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Hey Guys,

I gotta question for you regarding those HP and torque numbers you put up here. Im not really a gear head like most of you here, but i was wondering..... are those numbers at the wheels? i.e. WHP? also, when you said stock..... did you mean the turbo was on the engine or disabled in some way to get raw HP figures on the V4 block itself? Sorry for asking such questions, but im no mechanic and i prolly wont do any modding to the car when i get my own.

**Edit** Also, I forgot to ask... whats the percentage HP lost from the engine to the wheels. Dont know if their are any calc's needed or if its a simple division or not. And is this a "good" loss or gain of power in this car with this engine compared to others.

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Andrew
 

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Hey Guys,

I gotta question for you regarding those HP and torque numbers you put up here. Im not really a gear head like most of you here, but i was wondering..... are those numbers at the wheels? i.e. WHP? also, when you said stock..... did you mean the turbo was on the engine or disabled in some way to get raw HP figures on the V4 block itself? Sorry for asking such questions, but im no mechanic and i prolly wont do any modding to the car when i get my own.

**Edit** Also, I forgot to ask... whats the percentage HP lost from the engine to the wheels. Dont know if their are any calc's needed or if its a simple division or not. And is this a "good" loss or gain of power in this car with this engine compared to others.

Thanks

Andrew
Stock meaning no modifications were done to the car. It was dyno'd just as it came off the showroom floor.

Depending in the type of dyno it could be flywheel horsepower or actual wheel. For instance our dyno is a load bearing dyno which loads rollers to the weight of the car for real world conditions such as driving on the road. Dyno's like that read actual wheel horsepower as some like the Dynojet are NOT load bearing and were designed to read crank horsepower which would result in a higher number. Its hard to say what those #'s are. They seem rather low so I would guess they are from a load bearing dyno.

The actual power lost is normally a percentage. From dyno to dyno it can range from what we've found of 10% to 22%.

The engine is an inline 4. Not a V4. ;)
 

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Hey Guys,

I gotta question for you regarding those HP and torque numbers you put up here. Im not really a gear head like most of you here, but i was wondering..... are those numbers at the wheels? i.e. WHP? also, when you said stock..... did you mean the turbo was on the engine or disabled in some way to get raw HP figures on the V4 block itself? Sorry for asking such questions, but im no mechanic and i prolly wont do any modding to the car when i get my own.

**Edit** Also, I forgot to ask... whats the percentage HP lost from the engine to the wheels. Dont know if their are any calc's needed or if its a simple division or not. And is this a "good" loss or gain of power in this car with this engine compared to others.

Thanks

Andrew


To answer your questions in order Andrew:

At the wheels as w/most dynos, that GT30R is not stock, to get stock comparable #'s would dyno w/factory turbo installed prior to any mods, normally lose between 12-20% Hp from crank to wheels, depending on variables such as AWD etc, but ususally closer to the lower#.

P.S. Shit Jrod beat me to it

P.S.S. Ya'll think that's a big snail wait til I get my HTA35R.. w00t



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jesus an hta 35r thats dangerous man.....well at least to all who run against u lol.

if an evo type of fp red came out for this car id hop on that with some e85 like some fat kid hitting up every dennys for a free grand slam today :jester:
 

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HOLY COW! The skirt finally fell off.

Now thats what I like to hear! lol
Of course, cause that'll create alot duckies for ya...LoL:rofl:,

I've been thinking about it hard & if I can get the power of a GT35R w/only the lag of a GT30R...I'm all over it. But, now I'm gonna have to do some internals when I make this mod I'm afraid...So be it...:rolleye:

jesus an hta 35r thats dangerous man.....well at least to all who run against u lol.

if an evo type of fp red came out for this car id hop on that with some e85 like some fat kid hitting up every dennys for a free grand slam today :jester:
This car will be my car of all cars. I modded many cars to different extents through out my life, but I've never planned a mod like this one. Nor dedicated myself to it no matter how long it takes, except for my Jeep of course.



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