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Thread: BF.c FI - Big Torque Club (>500wtq Dyno Results)

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    Someone needs to update this list.

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    Update with 9180, E98, 27psi, 883/792

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJuggernaut View Post
    Update with 9180, E98, 27psi, 883/792

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJuggernaut View Post
    Update with 9180, E98, 27psi, 883/792

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    Would love to see what that turbo can do at 32-35 psi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butters Stoch View Post
    Doesn't count.
    Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by e30polak View Post
    Would love to see what that turbo can do at 32-35 psi!
    It wouldn't make any more boost without tapering back down up top, so it's pretty maxed out on my setup. Granted it's billed as a 1000hp turbo so that's about right.

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    Engine Displacement: 3.2L
    Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
    Fuel Type: E85
    Manifold Pressure: 18psi
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    Quote Originally Posted by ///dean View Post
    Forum Username: ///dean
    Chassis Code: 98' M3/2/5
    Engine: S52
    FI Type / Size: SPA T3/GT35R 0.82
    Engine Displacement: 3.2L
    Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
    Fuel Type: E85
    Manifold Pressure: 18psi
    WHP: 610
    WTQ: 571
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    One of the best set-ups for the money IMO

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    Very impressive but it looks like it rolls over on the high horsepower pull. Probably tapped out for the 35r. Awesome graph looks majestic.

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    It is so responsive that I would not care about dropping a few rwhp at 6900. A balance choice in turbo for one of these motors. I really liked mine. I got about the same out of my 0.82 GT3582R at 607/580 SAE but was on 93 pump with supplemental meth and needed 21 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pbonsalb View Post
    It is so responsive that I would not care about dropping a few rwhp at 6900. A balance choice in turbo for one of these motors. I really liked mine. I got about the same out of my 0.82 GT3582R at 607/580 SAE but was on 93 pump with supplemental meth and needed 21 psi.
    Im hoping for similar results with my upgraded GT3586 wheel and meth, along with the steed speed twin scroll manifold.
    Old set up: 520RWHP & 500RWTQ @ 20PSI 1/4 mile as of 7/26/15 12.5 @ 125MPH - 19PSI
    New set up: Steedspeed Twinscroll, Wiseco Pistons 8.8:1 CR, K1 Rods, Blueprinted and Balanced, ARP Main Studs, o-ring block, GTR 12mm head studs, GT35R with 86mm HTA billet compressor wheel (GT3586RHTA) TwinScrol 1.06 exhaust housing, Nick G custom tuning, 6 Speed Transmission, UUC Twin Disc Clutch, UUC EVO III, UUC DSSR 109mm, EVO 6 Speed Driveshaft, HFS-6 W/M injection, Zeitronix data logger, 3" SS full exhaust, Rallyroad strut bar, X brace, Race coilovers.

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    Please update me. Finally built, I guess?
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    Compression Ratio:9.0:1
    Fuel Type:Pump - Cam2
    Manifold Pressure:30.2psi
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    Forum Username: E36 hater
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    Engine: stock piston m52, eagle rods, s50 cams
    FI Type / Size: turbo/ sxe369
    Engine Displacement: 2.8L
    Compression Ratio: 8.5:1
    Fuel Type: E85
    Manifold Pressure: 29

    Runs were made in 3rd gear
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    CES Motorsport 9180 EFR Turbo Dyno #'s

    We still updating this thread? I guess we need to post up our latest dyno info also...

    Forum Username: jgcm3 (CES Motorsport)
    Chassis Code: e36
    Engine: Built S52
    FI Type / Size: Turbo / BW 9180 EFR
    Engine Displacement: Built 3.2L
    Compression Ratio: 9.5:1
    Fuel Type: MS109
    Manifold Pressure: 32 psi

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    Runs were made in 4th gear
    WHP: 866
    WTQ: 825

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    Quote Originally Posted by E36 HateR View Post
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    Forum Username: E36 hater
    Chassis Code: e36
    Engine: stock piston m52, eagle rods, s50 cams
    FI Type / Size: turbo/ sxe369
    Engine Displacement: 2.8L
    Compression Ratio: 8.5:1
    Fuel Type: E85
    Manifold Pressure: 29

    Runs were made in 3rd gear
    WHP: 869
    WTQ: 688

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    If possible I'd get the 9180 EFR like jgcm3 has. That 2.8 would hit full boost 1500 rpm sooner and put up the same power, more torque

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOutterbridge View Post
    If possible I'd get the 9180 EFR like jgcm3 has. That 2.8 would hit full boost 1500 rpm sooner and put up the same power, more torque
    Turbo isn't the only factor here, Franc has a 2.8L at 8.5:1 CR vs jgcm3 with a 3.2 at 9.5:1 CR. The added displacement and compression are definitely playing a big role in the spool difference here. Also, Franc has super long gears, and his run is being done in 3rd gear, vs 4th gear like jgcm3 which loads the turbo more.

    Obviously the 9180 is a faster spooling turbo, but it also costs a lot more. All things equal, maybe a 500 rpm difference in spool, not 1,500... lol

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    An update for my car:
    Same old S54 motor, E85 fuel, Precision 7675 Gen2 0.96A/R Open
    Red Run -12psi on gate
    Blue Run -29psi with 47%wgdc

    Stock HG otherwise I'd bump the boost some more.

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    Nice!^^^

    So, when the change of turbos? Are you hunting for peak power now? IIRC, you always wanted transient response? Which EMS are you using, just wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadBoostedBmwM3 View Post
    Nice!^^^

    So, when the change of turbos? Are you hunting for peak power now? IIRC, you always wanted transient response? Which EMS are you using, just wondering.
    I went from the 7168 0.81A/R a few years back to the 6870 0.81A/R and made about 930rwhp with that. The two were actually pretty comparible with the 6870 being slightly better.

    I upgraded about 4 months ago to the 7675 Gen2 0.96 A/R to give it a go. It's a bit laggier but in all honesty it's not as bad as I expected. My goal was to increase efficiency overall with less backpressure. EBP dropped considerably and I'm no longer limited on the turbine with as hard as I've pushed it so far.

    So far I'm very happy with it; there's no question that the 6870 is a fun street turbo but this 7675 has given me that new rush of adrenaline. I'm using the AEM Infinity for an EMS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e30polak View Post
    Turbo isn't the only factor here, Franc has a 2.8L at 8.5:1 CR vs jgcm3 with a 3.2 at 9.5:1 CR. The added displacement and compression are definitely playing a big role in the spool difference here. Also, Franc has super long gears, and his run is being done in 3rd gear, vs 4th gear like jgcm3 which loads the turbo more.

    Obviously the 9180 is a faster spooling turbo, but it also costs a lot more. All things equal, maybe a 500 rpm difference in spool, not 1,500... lol
    Also stock s50 cams and a stock head, and my setup is still t3. Had her over 40psi this weekend at FL2k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commanderwiggin View Post
    I went from the 7168 0.81A/R a few years back to the 6870 0.81A/R and made about 930rwhp with that. The two were actually pretty comparible with the 6870 being slightly better.

    I upgraded about 4 months ago to the 7675 Gen2 0.96 A/R to give it a go. It's a bit laggier but in all honesty it's not as bad as I expected. My goal was to increase efficiency overall with less backpressure. EBP dropped considerably and I'm no longer limited on the turbine with as hard as I've pushed it so far.

    So far I'm very happy with it; there's no question that the 6870 is a fun street turbo but this 7675 has given me that new rush of adrenaline. I'm using the AEM Infinity for an EMS.
    I remember that change. The big turbos are stout when they hit.
    Quote Originally Posted by E36 HateR View Post
    Also stock s50 cams and a stock head, and my setup is still t3. Had her over 40psi this weekend at FL2k.
    Dang! I didn't think that that compressor could go that far on our platform.

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    Good points Polak. The 2.8 was loaded in 3rd so it's the other way around. Also 8.5 to 9.5 isn't a HUGE difference in compression. 6% or so efficiancy. The displacement means the most. Either way, 500rpm makes a big difference especially on a street car..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commanderwiggin View Post
    An update for my car:
    Same old S54 motor, E85 fuel, Precision 7675 Gen2 0.96A/R Open
    Red Run -12psi on gate
    Blue Run -29psi with 47%wgdc

    Stock HG otherwise I'd bump the boost some more.

    1.jpg
    Very impressive.
    I really love that turbo.
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