Featured A90 Supra MKV on the dyno

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  1. MA617M

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    do you have an AFR or manifold pressure graph too? Impressive. I wonder where the turbo is in it's compressor map at that power.
     
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    Well it would change with RPM obviously, but I'm guessing on its outer ranges! Certainly more then I was expecting to see with that turbo, especially on the previous 100octane tune.
     
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    Likely a decent amount. The recurring theme I was hearing from tuners is that the HPFP is quite strong. It runs 350 Bar or around 5000 PSI. Even then, supplementing fuel shouldn't be difficult with port injectors for meth and/or fuel.
     
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    turbo will be the limiting factor
     
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    WOW..just downpipe, tune and e85?
     
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    Those are some impressive numbers with just a few modifications. liking what I'm seeing so far! Excited to see how much more can be squeezed out of the factory setup.

    With some light weight wheels, titanium turbo back, lighter coil overs and light weight seats; this thing should be very very quick on the streets.
     
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    Get us a compressor map son :p
     
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    LOL As soon as I heard the WCF was configured to 'simulate Dynojet numbers' I closed the video.




     
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    Fun numbers though I think I'll keep mine stock in the interest of long term powertrain reliability and warranty coverage.
     
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    The car with the dyno previous to that vid will be faster. Torque > HP
     
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    Tough statement to make when it can't be applied throughout the whole RPM range though. Torque is definitely not greater than HP over 5252 RPM and in a drag race it looks like each upshift brings RPM back to ~5100, so the meatier part of that TQ band isn't in play but for a fleeting glimpse in 1st gear. My vote is for the higher HP being faster; all else being equal.

    ..or maybe I'll say the car with more TQ above 5k rpm :p
     

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