Dan, I'm asking you questions because you've said that a single TB is better than multiple TBs. You have said in the past that you don't believe my car makes the claimed power and one reason is because the ITBs are restrictive. I'm asking you to prove that they are causing a restriction because, as in the simplest of terms, I'm not seeing it?Matt your asking me questions I don't no and don't need to no.
I don't need to Dan, the dyno and road tell us everything we need to now about the efficiency of the engine and where the restrictions are.All I'm doing is giving you reasons why I chose a single tb, why don't you give hypertune a email tell them your aiming for 1300bhp and ask them what they reccomend I'm sure they will be able to answer all your questions.
Why do you need to run 2 bar of boost on your car, why doesn't it make the power at 1.5 to 1.7 bar?
On what Plenum and against what size single TB?Hypertune said multi tb become very restrictive at 400hp.
Sorry but I disagree, unless he's somehow managed to overcome physics, which I doubt. I don't understand how every car at TOTB ran the terminals for their power yet Rich managed to run considerably faster; his car was either lighter or he had more power IMHO.Rich at amt had 750bhp at the flywheel and crap old road tyres he also had 19" wheels.
You should be in the 9s on your first outing then. What bearing does area under the curve have if you're constantly above 7krpm?Considering I have 50hp more and better tyres if say I'd be a low 10 high 9.peak power doesn't mean a great deal Matt its the area under the curve what makes a car fast.
By your own logic, you should run 9.8 at 137mph Dan.I'm going to do a Santa pod trip and run my car see what it does