Boost Logic BL750 Turbo kit

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    Soo, you've seen the hyperboost supra at Sema and the dyno pulls, Boost logic claims 750 HP with the turbo kit.

    I am definatley down for one, anyone knows what turbo is it? What other fuel mods? Ecu? Will a piggyback suffice or do we need to go with a flash etc?
    Stock Intake? Intercooler? Etc..

    Anyone with sure details, please share.
    We want in on the kit contents and prices!!

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    #3 Nov 10, 2019
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    I am looking for trap speed because some 2020 Supra with Pure turbo dynojet 589whp runs 129/130mph 1/4 mile and red Supra dynocom rk tune 676whp runs 127/128mph at same track. So honestly not sure how to claim WHP record ... he could fix the title to Dynocom WHP Record
     
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    for whats its worth, Dynocoms are well known for reading about 10-15% higher than dynojets. this is known from back to back testing from many parties over the years. Thats probably why anyone whos in this industry long enough, doesn't really pay attention to dynocom numbers outside of using them for a start to finish delta of the same car. which is really what dynos are for.

    Dynojets are normally used for "record" claiming, as theoretically they are the least manipulative dyno system. We tune on mustang dynos because they are like the top dyno best used for actual tuning. Usually what we do is just toss it on a local dynojet if we were interested in claiming a record.
     
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    Justin, how much whp on msutang dyno did you obtain stock and pure turbo ?
    Any trap speed 1/4 mile just to reference ...
     
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    Like 565whp on a moderate tune (should equate to low to mid 600s on a DJ). Still had more in it.

    Havent gone to the track. Shitty NY weather. And too busy doing development. tried a couple draggy pulls but stock tires cant grab. I have my drag setup now. So I am going to try a few passes before the snow hits.
     
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    any update .. track .. dragy
     
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    #8 Dec 5, 2019
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    before that hadnt driven the car. Then installed big turbo. now its been snowing here for like 3-4 days bro. Im in New York smh

    EDIT: EFR9280 is on the car now, so any times unfortunately is going to be made on that at this point. Unless i switch back and forth at some point. But still, i plan on keeping the car Nitrous free for the runs. Supposed to snow again tomorrow, Then have two days clear and snow again for two days. If i can get the car out on the street i'll make some runs with dragy. Until i can either take the car south to a track, or the spring time when tracks start opening again in the northeast
     

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