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Old 12-06-2012, 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by JoeFromPA View Post
Why do you think 300whp will be no problem?

300whp is alot of power out of a 2.0 liter engine with a small turbo sized for fast spool. You'll see 300whp out of 2.0 liter engines with larger turbos, sure, but with a turbo that is spooling aggressively below 2000 rpms on this size engine....I'd be worried about it's efficiency profile. It's got to push ALOT of air to achieve that, for it's size.
You just repeated what I just said about the ceiling of the turbo.

Why 300whp should not be a problem? You see a dyno above showing 283whp with only software. So another 15-20whp from a full exhaust, intercooler and stage 2 tune should be beyond attainable. I saw 7whp just from a catback on a load bearing dyno. That would have you at 290whp right there.

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