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    Question Please take time to answer this question!

    I need some information on everyones SC wheel type with max boost VS rpms please, I am trying to get some info on different sc wheels what they really make pounds of boost, not what they advertise! Thanks, Tommy


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    Stock wheel, 8100 rpm,s , 8.2 psi of boost max, Tommy Jordan

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    wheel

    C-3 11 8300 rpm 13lbs pf boost

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    ET18 we have seen 18.5 at 8700 rpms

    ET15.5 we have seen 16.5 at 8700 rpms

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    C3-11, 13 psi @ 8450, liquid filled gauge.

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    C1-11 8.7+ @7700 & 10.0 @8400

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    ET15 wheel thru a Riva Power IC'er
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    ET15 thru my BIG FAT intercooler.

    Note the increase in boost over the Riva IC/'er possibly due to the increased size of the in/out pipes to the I/C'er.
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    C5 running thru a Vortec I/cer. (way back in MAY 09)

    I was also running a second C5 thru a type 19 that only just got to 14.5psi at 8500 (Sorry I can't find the file). Not impressed with it's performance against advertised (close but no banana). Lasted 10 hours before the bushes flogged out.
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    ET C8 Experimental thru my BIG I/c'er.

    Went like a screaming banisee but needs the ball bearing shaft upgrade. Won't run this again till it's released.

    Should be capable of 21 at 8600 (but that is a guess, not fact).

    I have others but will post later.
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