: HP expected on a 2.5 upper.



CavemanB52
05-31-13, 06:17 PM
How much HP will be added with a 2.5 upper CAI and a tune?

Stillborn
06-01-13, 02:47 PM
i got 528 rwhp and 536 rwtq. 630hp at the crank is your average with this pkg. (70-90 rwhp is your target)
get an hd 100mm idler pulley and catch-can with said work and be done with it.

CavemanB52
06-01-13, 04:34 PM
Got a dual catch can. And 50mm idler

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I asume those are A6 numbers. M6 should be 30-40 hp higher

Houdini
06-02-13, 12:56 PM
Mine put down 555 rwhp while heatsoaked pretty good. Keep in mind that I also had a mild port on the stock TB and snout. Running around 13.6 - 13.9 peak boost.

CavemanB52
06-02-13, 06:59 PM
I had the same in peak boost.

thebigjimsho
06-03-13, 12:39 PM
I was at 10.8 with headers. Not with that pulley, though...

CavemanB52
06-04-13, 12:23 AM
I would like to get it on a dyno. But there isn't one near by. I have to assum mine in also around 550 whp. I want to find a good way to remove heat. Until I get a larger intercooler headers or a meth kit. I'm going to use race gas if/when I go to the track. Daily driving I will keap to mild and and infrequent high boost. Thanks all.

HUGN*RDS
06-04-13, 10:38 AM
Have you seen the super-chiller? I don't work for them, or even have one, but I've read a lot about it and it seems like a pretty good cooling mod. Yes stressing the air conditioner reduces power but there are switches for turning everything on and off so if you daily drive it, no problem.

I would like to get it on a dyno. But there isn't one near by. I have to assum mine in also around 550 whp. I want to find a good way to remove heat. Until I get a larger intercooler headers or a meth kit. I'm going to use race gas if/when I go to the track. Daily driving I will keap to mild and and infrequent high boost. Thanks all.

CavemanB52
06-04-13, 07:16 PM
I was looking a a kit from Snowperformance. Their kit adjusts based off demand.

HUGN*RDS
06-05-13, 08:42 AM
True...but methanol/alchohol injection does produce internal engine deposits over extended periods of time mainly due to the non-ideal atomization of the added fluid. Ever seen the inside combustion chamber of an E-85 engine? I have. Plus you don't want to inject pre-supercharger so that either leaves you needing a blower spacer or another method to inject somewhere in that intake manifold..and make sure it goes into each cylinder equally because you can't measure that without individual exhaust-gas analyzers. just sayin'.