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Horsepower Kitchen => Dyno Submissions => Topic started by: chlngr on August 29, 2018, 08:12:49 AM

Title: New Dyno on MPI 356whp/421wtq
Post by: chlngr on August 29, 2018, 08:12:49 AM
.040 forged 8:1 pistons
BSE
Fully ballanced rotating assembly
Decked Block
ARP head studs and rod bolts
NJV Head
Ajusa HG
Stock Cam
Schneider valve springs
1mm oversized stainless valves
3 angle valve job
NXS manual boost controller
HX35 turbo (25psi)
K&N cone filter
2.5 hardpipes
Evo VIII intercooler
3" stainless Mookeeh catless exhaust
Turbo xs BOV
FIP Hurricane Intake Manifold
Trilogy 750cc injectors
Walbro 255
-6an fuel lines
Trilogy Adjustable FPR
Blaster 2 coil
MSD Street Fire Ignition
Wells premium gray cap and rotor
8.2mm taylor thundervolt plug wires
NGK BPR8ES 3923 plugs (.020 gap)
MS1 (tuning)
Mookee short throw
ACT MS1-XTSS clutch
Lightened flywheel (15lbs)
91 octane
MPI
Title: Re: New Dyno on MPI 356whp/421wtq
Post by: FunkyPhil on August 29, 2018, 10:15:17 PM
NICE! Ill get ya added to database
Title: Re: New Dyno on MPI 356whp/421wtq
Post by: FunkyPhil on August 30, 2018, 11:49:10 PM
Added
Title: Re: New Dyno on MPI 356whp/421wtq
Post by: TainterRacing on September 14, 2018, 05:38:18 AM
You need to get a different cam in there and get that Peak power moved up little bit. I bet you would see a fairly large gain from a new camshaft. Or even an adjustable cam gear,.