Yikes! Nothing came inside passenger compartment at least?So had a bit of a disaster. The bolts from the bellhousing to transmission (the ones hidden when the trans is installed) came loose. Lets just say things that shouldn't have touched......did . Was the only part of the car I didn't touch over the winter. Ended up breaking the input shaft, bell housing, driveshaft and broke the back of my block off. Basically everything broke.
No luckily not. Was pretty scary doing 140kph and the trans tries to hit the ground. The shifter actually bruised the palm of my hand when the clutch hit the bell housing.Yikes! Nothing came inside passenger compartment at least?
Looks like some good progress since that tragic event...
It's the SRT spec'd Precision turbo from the SRT 2.75 kit. Not sure of it's exact specs, but she spools good and hits hard. I am assuming its a 60+mm maybe a 6262.Solid build and great looking power through the RPM's! What size turbo is this with? Whatever is it, it has nice early spool, must be fun to drive!
Finally got my Dyno sheet! This was at 15psi. On the street I hit 20psi, but for some reason I was only seeing 15.
Ya she hits nice and hard around 3500rpm. This was a 4th gear pull. I am going back for more fine tuning in the spring and will get a better graph going. They also had ideas for helping the car see 20psi on the dyno. Hopefully we can sort that out at the next go around. There were definitely issues around load. Brake-boosting actually netted me lower numbers as well.You should ask them for a print out without the solid fill color and the torque + power scaled the same. Looks like two runs, but you can really only see the one run because of the solid fill and then can't quite follow hp+torque either because of the shading. I guess it's 275 ft lbs at 3500rpms and then it hits pretty hard after that? Definite big improvement over stock.
Sometimes dynos don't load the car up the same as the street, depends on gear they used, plus lack of airflow and you'll see less boost. I wouldn't be surprised to see more power on the road from it.