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    421 HP Turbo SHO

    Hi Guys
    Just an update from the 400HP SHO thread,

    I got some VP109 race fuel over the weekend and tuned the engine to get the 421 HP
    That’s it for this puppy, boost is maxed out at 1.5 bar from 7000 up.
    More ign timing doesn’t make any more power, fuelling is smack on.
    Ran the standard injectors at 5.5 bar to supply the extra fuel.
    Could fit a bigger turbo to make more HP but will obviously loose it from the bottom.
    Going to weld some fittings in to measure temp and pressure drops across the intercooler and turbo etc and retest.

    1st pic is the HP and Torque
    2nd pic is the Torque curve only

    3rd pic is the HP curves of previous testing
    • Red is stock engine and ECU
    • Yellow is C1 Super charger wheel, FF Exhaust and Air filter and Intercooler spacer, also M400 MoTeC ECU
    • Light Blue is Turbo set up running M400, on VP109 race fuel.
    Oh and we got the standard dash working with our plug in kit, had to make a little box of tricks that converts MoTeC language to Yamaha language. Works a treat


    Cheers


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    mmmmmm pics didnt upload
    Will try this time

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    Ok 3rd time lucky
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    Nice. I can only imagine what that thing is like. We have an invitation from a fund manager to come over to the Sydney area for business this year, would love to see this thing.

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    all i can say is WOW, you guys should put together a turbo kit and sell it also Pete, maybe not mass produce it but make a limited amout of kits for sale just to see how it goes, i know id buy one

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    I want it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2wOah View Post
    Nice. I can only imagine what that thing is like. We have an invitation from a fund manager to come over to the Sydney area for business this year, would love to see this thing.
    Hi,
    I am hoping it will be awesome to ride.
    Drop me a line when you are in Sydney, who knows we may even be in the area.
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by #22gpr View Post
    all i can say is WOW, you guys should put together a turbo kit and sell it also Pete, maybe not mass produce it but make a limited amout of kits for sale just to see how it goes, i know id buy one
    Mate
    I would love to put a kit together but its a lot harder and more time consuming than most people realise. Places like R&D and Riva do a good job with their kits, everything has to be right and able to be reproduced accurately, you have to make sure it will suit everyones needs world wide, test the bejesus out of it in all conditions, the more parts to the kit the harder it is.
    This kit would need pistons, rods, fuel pump, regulator, turbo parts, pipe work, stability brackets, jet unit, drive shaft, parachute , the list goes on and on. It would be a fair chunk of money in todays economy.
    We will see how it goes.
    Cheers

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    Why is the boost maxed out at roughly 22psi? Is it because the turbo your using is to small to produce more boost pressure? How about throwing some propane on that puppy

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    Great work Pete!
    Please keep us up-to-date on all your progress! Can't wait to hear about your GPS numbers!

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