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Old 6th March 2009, 04:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Dyno 683whp - Pump Gas

O.K., I finally got off of my butt and had the GT-R tuned. 683whp at 22psi (1.5bar) on pump 93 octane gas. Engine hp with 15% powertrain lose is 785hp. I feel that's plenty for pump gas, so I'll leave it there. Next, I will go for my hp goal of 800whp on Q16 race fuel. Still have to upgrade ignition system from stock. 800whp should be no problem?

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Old 6th March 2009, 06:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Great results,bring on the 800.
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whats the spec?
Gary’s 1991 R32 Skyline GT-R:

Bottom End:
Stock Block (Bored/honed to 87.0mm)
R33 Stock Crank (Balanced/polished and checked for straightness)
Carillo Rods H-Beam, WMC Bolts
CP Pistons, 87.0mm, 9.0:1 Custom CR
ACL H-Series Rod Bearing Set, 19mm Wide, Nissan SR20DET, +.001
ACL H-Series Main Bearing Set
ARP Main Stud Kit
ATI Super Damper (Street)

Head:
Supertech Iconel Exhaust Valve, +1mm
Supertech Intake Valve, +1mm
Supertech Dual Valve Spring, 92in/82ex lbs on the seat
Supertech Titanium Retainer
Supertech Intake Valve Stem Seal, SR20DET
Supertech Exhaust Valve Stem Seal, SR20DET
ARP Head Stud Kit
Tomei Procam 270 cams 10.25mm lift (intake and exhaust)
Power Enterprise Grommet "Heavy Metal Head Gasket" T-1.1mm
Power Enterprise Super KEVLAR II timing belt
A’PEXi adjustable cam pulleys
Tomei metal intake and exhaust gaskets

Engine Lubrication:
Tomei Oversize Oil Pump
GReddy Deep Sump Kit
HKS Twin Oil Coolers with Filter Relocator and Thermostat Bypass
Calico Coated Pistons, Main Bearings, and Rod Bearings

Fuel:
RC Engineering 1000cc fuel injectors (matched set)
Two in-tank MKIV Supra Turbo fuel pumps with custom aluminum sump
GReddy fuel rail, two -6 AN inlets, one -6 AN return
Aeromotive adjustable FPR
Retrofit HICAS hard lines with dual -6 AN fuel fitting for duel fuel feed
Aeromotive -10 AN fuel filter
Fuel Cell Foam

Engine Cooling:
Koyo 3-core all aluminum radiator (Modified with Moroso billet aluminum filler neck and 19-21lbs cap)
Nismo N1 Water Pump
Twin 12” electric fans with thermostat control

Intake:
GReddy Intake Manifold
HKS 80mm hard piping kit – (modified to 100mm to accommodate GReddy intake manifold)
GReddy 3-core Intercooler
A’PEXi Racing Blow-off Valve
RaceMax Throttle Body Shaft Seals

Turbo and Exhaust:
Twin GReddy TD06L2-20G 8cm
A’PEXi Racing Wastegate
Custom 2 to1 downpipe to 95mm piping
Saurus stainless steel exhaust manifold
Twin Blitz power filters
JIC Magic Stainless Steel one-off 90mm (3.5”) Racing Exhaust
HPC HiPerCoat® Extreme coatings on turbine exhaust housings, exhaust manifold, wastegate housing, and downpipe

Drivetrain:
OS Giken "Crossmission" gear set
OS Giken triple plate clutch / flywheel
Nismo motor and transmission mounts
Top Speed Hicas eliminator kit

Suspension and Chassis:
JIC Magic FLT-TA2 racing coilover system - 12kg/9kg Front//Rear
Cusco Front Strut Brace
Cusco Adjustable Front Tension Rods

Electronics:
Power FC D-Jetro tuned by Mazworx
Extreme Torque Split Controller
Greddy Profec B Boost Controller (Blue)
Greddy Turbo Timer (Blue)

Shoes:
18x9.5 Rare Hasemi Racing 18" Alloys (2 piece)
Tires 265/35-18 all around

Exterior:
Do-Luck Full T-2 Body Kit
Do-Luck T-1 Rear Wing
Nissan Racing Purple Paint


Interior:
Cross racing seats
Autometer Pro-Comp Tach
Greddy Boost and Exhaust Temp Gauge
Alpine Stereo with Infiniti speakers

Power Goals:
750-800 ATW [email protected] 2.0~2.3kg boost
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Superb spec, and that T-2 kit is the best there is IMHO.

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great results..... did you go with better fuel yet ?
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Thats awesome mate. Well done and hope you enjoy it.
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