BRD st185 hoping for 400bhp now mapped at 397bhp 370ft/lbs

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Postby Wicked Toys » Mon Aug 10, 2009 4:13 pm

Awesome new numbers.
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Postby mixer72 » Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:21 pm

ment to change that im runing with a new 185 pump, but from what i have read its a higher capacity pump, but it is a bot of a ball ake to fit as you need the 205 sum and need to mod it to get it all to fit :doh:
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Postby mixer72 » Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:27 pm

the car drives like a dream nad god is the power good :evil:
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Postby Mafix » Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:41 pm

nice numbers. doing good on the ct series turbo.
remember guys this is BHP not WHP. WHP should be between 10 and 15% lower, depending.
now go out and get a bigger turbo and sell that little guy.
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Postby tubasteve » Tue Aug 11, 2009 3:52 am

cool! i love reading, actuly i cant that well, but i love pictures!
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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:13 pm

here is a better pic of my power print out

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Postby Mafix » Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:31 pm

something isn't right on that chart. your peak torque happens way too late. and your power steady climbs...turbo too big?
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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:45 pm

still runing a stock ct20 trubo at 1.2bar but do have JUN264 cams
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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 1:47 pm

this is a list of the mod ob the car

JDM ST185 353BHP 300FT/LBS AT 1.2BAR

MODIFICATIONS TO THE CAR

ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

 CYLINDER HEAD SKIMMED.
 VALVES RE-LAPPED.
 NEW VALVE STEM SEALS.
 BRAND NEW METAL 1.4MM HEADGASKET.
 HEAVY DUTY RACING SHELLS.
 FORGED 86.5mm CP PISTONS AND RINGS.
 FORGED ‘H’ BEAM RODS.
 BLOCK REBORED TO 86.5MM CLEANED & HONED.
 ARP FASTNERS.
 CRANKSHAFT REGROUND AND BALANCED.
 CT20 TURBO.
 JUN 264CAM’s.
 JUN VALVE SPRINGS.
 HEAD PORT MATCHED AND POLISHED.
 PORT MATCHED AND POLISHED INLET MANIFOLED.
 PORT MATCHED AND POLISHED EXHAUST MANIFOLD.
 TRD THERMASTAT.
 MOCO 13 ROW OIL COOLER WITH RELOCATION KIT AND THERMOSTAT.
 HEAVY DUTY HKS TIMING BELT.
 HKS ADJUSTABLE CAM PULLEYS.
 540CC INJECTORS.
 WILBRO FUEL PUMP.
 HKS AIR FILTER.
 HKS F-CON V-PRO GOLD ECU.
 MAGNICORE HT LEADS.
 FULL 3” EXHAUST SYSTERM.
 3” DECAT.
 COLD AIR BOX.
 EVO VIII INTERCOOLER.
 2.5” INTERCOOLER PIPEWORK.
 HKS DUMP VALVE.
 BATTERY RELOCATION.
 GROUNDING KIT.

DRIVE TRAIN MODIFICATIONS

 ST205 GEAT BOX.
 RPC 6 PADLE CLUTCH.
 D2 8POT FROUNT BRAKES WITH 330MM ROTORS.
 DRILL AND GROOVED READ DISK WITH RED EBC PADS.
 GOODRIDGE BRAIDED BRAKE HOSE.
 D2 RS COILOVER SYSTEM.
 POLYURETHANE ANTI ROLLBAR KIT FRONT AND REAR.
 BK 17” RACING ALLOYS.
 235/40/17 AVON ZZ3 TYRES.
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Postby tubasteve » Sat Aug 15, 2009 4:21 pm

Not sayen it is.

but the chart looks fake, almost perfect to the 350 spot. I like where this is going.
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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 4:29 pm

my mapped was very shock to what power i got he even re set the computer and dyno to make show it was all set correct just looking forwadr to when i can afford to get the big turbo and big injectors :evil:
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Postby redGT4 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 8:37 pm

A can hardly believe it. A celica thats actually running and pushing over 300 hp. Good thing you got those 8 pot brakes :)
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Postby timmey » Sat Aug 15, 2009 9:10 pm

All that with a ct20!?!?

Wow. :shock:

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Postby mixer72 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 9:55 pm

i know the ct20 is from a wrc st205 but dont think that makes much differnce, im just looking forward my big turbo but not shore if i should go for this
S148-1 Toyota MR2 twin entry
Power output 240-380 BHP
Boost 11-23 PSI
Standard turbine assembly
360° screwed thrust bearing
http://www.turbotechnics.com/docs/turbo/s148-1.htm


or this
S175 Toyota Celica twin entry
Power output 380-500 BHP
Boost 15-30 PSI
CT26 high-flow turbine assembly
360° screwed thrust bearing
http://www.turbotechnics.com/docs/turbo/s175.htm
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Postby DeeCee » Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:19 pm

mixer72 wrote:i know the ct20 is from a wrc st205 but dont think that makes much differnce, im just looking forward my big turbo but not shore

I did say it makes a difference. Steel impeller wheel vs ceramic impeller wheel

Steel wheel is stronger.
Ceramic wheel is lighter and spools faster (apparently) but you can't easily change the wheel for fear of breaking it and it won't boost as high as the steel wheel.
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