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Precision 6262 + 5sgte on 93 pump and E85

After about 6 years of building this car, I finally got most of the bugs worked out and ready for the dyno.

Run conditions were 50% humidity and 96 degrees ambient temp.

The tuner wasn't able to complete the dyno session because the tires were spinning on the dyno due to the car squatting and tires hitting fenders. I need to roll the fenders and raise the rear end a little and take it back. Still has more boost left in it and haven't played with the cams yet.













Final pull on pump gas. Open loop boost control so slower spool. 23psi




Last clean pulls on e85 before tires started spinning on the dyno. Open loop vs. Closed loop boost control. 30psi




Final pull. Boost peaked at 32psi then fluctuated down to 27psi and back up to 30psi. Tuner was still dialing in the boost control. Tire spin as you can see.







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Head:

JDM gen2 3S-GTE head modified for high lift cams
GSC high lift gen3 Stage1 268 cams
Supertech +1mm oversize valves
Ferrea steel locks
New OEM retainers
Shimless bucket conversion
Deshroud combustion chamber
Bowl blend and throat correction for oversize valves
Quench pad correction by David's Machine Shop
ATS Racing adjustable cam gears
Gates Racing timing belt
Apexi gen3 head gasket
RacerX intake manifold
RMR 90mm throttle body

Block:

1998 Camry 5S-FE block
3S-GTE gen3 crankshaft
Wiseco custom HD 88mm 8.5:1 pistons
Crower billet rods
ARP CA625+ head studs
ARP main stud kit
ST205 WRC water pump
Altezza Beams gen5 oil pump
ST215 gen4 oil pan conversion

Turbo system / Intercooling / Exhaust:

Precision Billet DBB 6262 .82 A/R (old non-CEA turbine)
2x Precision 46mm external wastegates
EMS Powered tubular exhaust manifold (modified for two wastegates)
EMS Powered 3" downpipe, dump tube, and oil return hard line
Comp Turbo turbine blanket
Custom 4" aluminum exhaust by TDC Performance
RacerX a2w reservoir
Dayton 4P062 a2w pump
Heat Exchanger 24"x12"x1"
Dual core a2w intercooler 16"x12.5"x4.5"
Gates 3/4" heater hose w/ 12an fittings for a2w lines
Custom intercooler pipes by TDC Performance
RacerX custom catch can
Custom coolant reservoir
Modified coolant neck and outlet
Canton oil cooler bypass adapter
Canton oil cooler thermostat
Setrab oil cooler


Electronics:

Haltech Platinum Sport 1000
Custom engine harness and fuse panel
Haltech 5bar map sensor
Haltech 10bar oil pressure sensor
Haltech 10bar fuel pressure sensor
Haltech IAT sensor
ST215 crank trigger setup
ST215 cam trigger arm
Cherry Hall Effect sensor for cam trigger
1ZZ-FE coils
J&S Safeguard Interceptor
Wideband knock sensor
Zeitronix ZT-2 wideband AFR meter w/ display
Zeitronix hacker tweaker display in cluster
Omori digital boost gauge in cluster
MAC Boost Control Solenoid
Jaguar IAC body w/ GM stepper motor
Continental flex fuel sensor


Fuel:

ExtremeBoost 8an fuel rail
Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
FIC Bluemax 2150cc injectors
Magnafuel MP-4303 external fuel pump
Magnafuel 12an 150 micron fuel filter pre-pump
Aeromotive 10an 40 micron fuel filter after pump
Custom sump setup welded to fuel tank
12an hoses from tank to pump
8an hoses from pump to rail

Drivetrain / Suspension:

New OEM gen3 LSD transmission
Frana billet shift forks
Clutchmasters FX-725 twin disc clutch
ARP flywheel bolts
CRW spherical shift bushing kit, and base bushing kit
CRW solid clutch clevis with bearing
CRW selector shaft roller bearing
Hux Racing solid chromoly engine mounts
Hux Racing rear control arms / strut rods
Hux Racing rear drag coilovers
Single port slave cylinder conversion
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Nice numbers. Car must be an absolute beast


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Just brutal!!! 500whp on pumpgas must be so damn nice. My goal is for 400whp on pumpgas. I wonder how much more you can squeeze out of the motor with e85. Maybe 700?
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I still want to know what the pump gas record is, pretty sure you are right up there if not on top of that one. I know of a few in the mid to high 400whp range but no one comes to mind over 500whp.

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Holy _____, this got me excited. My build is similar to yours with a few key variables. This gives me a template to strive for.

Is the a2w core you have from frozenboost?
Was your reservoir filled with ice?
Is your rev limit at 7500, I couldn't really tell by the chart?
Why 2 wastegates? Were you having boost creep problems?
More pics?
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Holy _____, this got me excited. My build is similar to yours with a few key variables. This gives me a template to strive for.

Is the a2w core you have from frozenboost?
Was your reservoir filled with ice?
Is your rev limit at 7500, I couldn't really tell by the chart?
Why 2 wastegates? Were you having boost creep problems?
More pics?
I know Vip09 so I can answer some of these:

1. Not sure about frozen boost
2. No. He was doing pulls all day on a normal street setup with his intercooler.
3. 8000 rpm
4. Yes!!! Bad creep problems with just a single gate! If I remember right he was on pace to reach 30psi on base spring on like 16psi.
5. check his build thread here: https://www.mr2oc.com/showthread.php?t=456472
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Impressive to say the least.

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Nice results dang 32psi lol change the springs . Congrats ocer.


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If you have the runfiles select gear/rpm, and turn off force scaling. If that line is not relatively flat you have wheelspin. It will ramp up a little due to tires expanding. Go buy some VHT, it is invaluable on the dyno when you have wheelspin. It will make tuning possible. 2 straps at lower control arms crossed and pulling back, and 2 more, also crossed, 1 at each rear tow hook, to pull the body down until tires almost touch fender. Also set the rear tires back behind the top of the roller, so as it tries to "climb" it will increase tension on the straps. Your pic shows it right on top. I have dyno'd on a 24" roller like that before, and with 4 straps it won't spin at almost 700ft/lbs TQ.

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Thanks for the tips, Scott!
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