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chug_A_bug October 31st 2009 12:50

WAY TO GO!!!!

Chris.

vdubzack October 31st 2009 18:47

MMMMMMMMMM... I Can't stop drooling.
Do you have extra head studs on your engine for the boost?

vwdreaming October 31st 2009 20:47

sweet

:notworthy:

wrenchnride247 October 31st 2009 22:49

Great job Wally!! :goodjob:

NO_H2O November 1st 2009 03:39

Way to lay it down Wally. Very nice numbers.

Wally November 1st 2009 05:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by vdubzack (Post 72122)
Do you have extra head studs on your engine for the boost?

Nope, just good ones (ARP) but it only has 16 psi at 6000-6500, so its not excessive boost that created these hp numbers ;)
And on a 103mm bore, which is said to not even seal in n/a aplications...

And cast alu cylinders, stock VW type4 crank and stock rods.

I count at least another 3 myths busted :D

chug_A_bug November 1st 2009 17:56

that ROCKS Wally :)

Chris.

70Turbobug November 2nd 2009 06:20

Congrats Wally! Awesome results! It just keeps getting better! Torque just shoots straight up 420NM and only 16psi - fantastic!

vdubzack November 2nd 2009 07:35

I count at least another 3 myths busted :D[/QUOTE]
I wonder what my 2.8 build would put out turbo'ed?Hmmmm.

Humble November 2nd 2009 14:30

Good looking numbers! hows the seat of the pants feel between the different turbos, any noticable difference besides lag?

Sandeep November 2nd 2009 14:56

Awesome #'s Wally !

Congratulations on your 350hp aircooled daily driver :D

Sandeep

Wally November 2nd 2009 15:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by Humble (Post 72141)
Good looking numbers! hows the seat of the pants feel between the different turbos, any noticable difference besides lag?

Funny thing is, there is just 100-150 rpm lag difference! So its hardly felt in real world conditions.

I overlaid the two dyno plots and this turbo is about the same down low, but just keeps pulling more (more torque) from 4500 rpm to 6500 rpm, while the former turbo did not make more power after 6000 rpm.
But I only did two evenings road'tuning' with it, that was it. So there's probably a little more in it I suspect (but not that much) ;)

Wally November 2nd 2009 15:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sandeep (Post 72143)
Awesome #'s Wally !

Congratulations on your 350hp aircooled street/track driven beetle :D

Sandeep

You got that right Sandeep!! We don't need no stinking watercooled PEEEEEP to make serious powerrrrr :D :lmao:

kuleinc November 2nd 2009 17:02

When you say your car is daily driven are we talking like a 40 mile round trip to work 5 days a week or its just street legal?

Wally November 2nd 2009 17:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by kuleinc (Post 72148)
When you say your car is daily driven are we talking like a 40 mile round trip to work 5 days a week or its just street legal?

I didn't say and never said that its daily driven... its not ;)

Its also not 'just' street legal. It has the (turbo) power on the official vehicles papers! Furthermore I do track days, runs several laps Nurburgring (15 miles for just 1 lap) and drive to all european drag day events on its own wheels and in germany at sustained speeds of well over 100 mph on the autobahn.
So the car has a worse life than when it would be daily driven ;)


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