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TSM / ETS Garrett GTX3584RS Results

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Making 1230whp on 93 with 3794s isn't hard ... it's leaving it there that is hard.    Thats probably about 32-33psi on pump.... I'll pass on that :)

 

 

 

 

You made more torque on 93 than they did... 

 

If the 93 was going to cause a problem, you don't think the detonation would occur before 7500 RPM?  Because their 1230 is only making more power than your's because it was ran out to 8500+, and torque (boost) seems to be holding a "little" better up top.


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You made more torque on 93 than they did... 

 

If the 93 was going to cause a problem, you don't think the detonation would occur before 7500 RPM?  Because their 1230 is only making more power than your's because it was ran out to 8500+, and torque (boost) seems to be holding a "little" better up top.

 

Based on the look of the graph this was done on a RWD dynojet.  I can't be certain of that tho.  Which would explain the look of the graph and the torque. 

 

Either way it isn't hard to "hold boost" up top on a turbo that size at that power level.  It's just commanded.  

 

Like I said glory pulls on pump aren't my thing... I just had an A16 on the dyno yesterday for flex.. pump numbers were 1120 on wastegate (26psi) with conservative fueling and timing... thats where it was left... sure throw a few pounds of boost at it and get agressive for a pull and it would easily make 1250.. but why?   If you are racing your car you shouldn't be on pump anyway... and if you are driving your car around on pump 1150-1250 isn't gonna make you smile any bigger... so no  need for the risk. 

 

Thats my opinion anyway.. others may disagree which is completely fine. 


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Crazy to think a couple of years ago that was mind blowing numbers
Now it's on a 35 turbo car


I don't think you can really call these a 35 size turbo since they are 67mm and old 35's were 62mm.
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Looks to me that the smaller hotside wins everywhere below 7k RPM... would probably be more fun on the street.

I agree.  A ton of area under the cruve at the midrange RPMs.


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I don't think you can really call these a 35 size turbo since they are 67mm and old 35's were 62mm.

35 series turbo refers to the turbine size,not the compressor
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35 series turbo refers to the turbine size,not the compressor

 

 

right but every class goes by the inducer size not the turbine


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right but every class goes by the inducer size not the turbine


Yeah, tx2k is 58max and 68 max, so all 35 series aside from the hta82 fall in class 3 now. Buschur classes are silly now because none of us 35 series guys running sub 8.50 are gonna get nhra compliant 25.5 cages to run 1 event a year.

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I think the 3576 is a 58mm and that makes 1200+

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How much would a billet block add the your package for the 4.4L ??



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I think the 3576 is a 58mm and that makes 1200+


We just cracked 1300 actually with pretty much everything possible optimized (AMS carbon manifold, huge Buschur BFIC, 3.5" inlets)
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We just cracked 1300 actually with pretty much everything possible optimized (AMS carbon manifold, huge Buschur BFIC, 3.5" inlets)


Awesome, what are your driving impressions vs. your previous setup. I have ETS GTX3076 and was debating these. Did you do the Gen 1 or Gen 2? Also did you do 3.5" downpipes?

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Awesome, what are your driving impressions vs. your previous setup. I have ETS GTX3076 and was debating these. Did you do the Gen 1 or Gen 2? Also did you do 3.5" downpipes?


Haven't driven it yet. Just flying back from vacation in Hawaii so hopefully early this week. Gen 1. Whatever downpipes come with the ETS kit.

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Suddenly all Gen I turbos made extra 100whp LOL

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How much would a billet block add the your package for the 4.4L ??

18k


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***TOP THREE TSM 1/4 MILE***
-7.37 & 198
-7.47@194
-7.59@189
***TOP THREE TSM 1/2 MILE***
-225.9 MPH
-221.3 MPH
-219.5 MPH

-OneLap of America Overall 1st Place - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
-TX2K13 Overall 1st Place | TX2K13 Class 2 1st Place
-Shootout 2015 Overall 1st Place & 2nd Place
-TX2K15 Class 4 2nd Place | TX2K15 Roll Race 1st Place SS
-FL2K 2015 Overall 1st Place
-TSM ELITE Plus Stock Frames @ 7.98@169
-Standing Half Mile Stock Frame Turbo Record @ 209 TSM ELITE

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Thks
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18k


At what rpm it hit full boost with .82 housing?

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Any update on gen2 gtx3582 on 4.1/4.4 engine?
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