Featured 27WON W1 Upgraded Turbocharger Pt 5 POWA

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    I think the question really is how strong is the CVT and how much boost/power can IT handle. The 1.5T engine is a good engine and can handle upgrades. The SI is proof of that.
     
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    I have a 6MT I'm just looking for a little more oomph, power close to the CTR. I do know that the clutch will need to be upgraded for sure, just wanted to know how the engine would handle high boost and close to 300hp/300tq.
     
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    I have a graph at my desk from when we did some testing on our HBS without E85. It was 292hp and 307 TQ on 91 mixed with some VP100 so probably like a 95ish octane. I'll snag a pic later. All in all the non-si numbers should be pretty much identical to what you see on the SI with matching mods.
    What I can say is on the multiple cars we have tested and developed on we have not lost a single engine or done any harm to them. How your car will last in the long run will really come down to a few things.
    1) installing and running good quality parts
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    Thanks for the quick response! I just want to be sure that if I do my part in taking care of my car that the stock engine will be able to withstand the additional power. My car is currently Ktuned, just waiting to find that right person to be my tuner :)
     
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    Do you happen to have a dyno chart of what a stock civic type r does on this same dyno so we all could use as a comparison on where this turbo stands against a stock or tuned civic type r.
     
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    After reading the blog were those dyno numbers generated on the stock downpipe and front pipe and intake or was it done with your downpipe, front pipe, and intake. Also, how reliable was the car able to run at 280+whp when tested? Can it be a daily producing that kind of power or would you go more conservative? If so, how much conservative would you run the turbo at?
     
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    This is great! I hope this work well with the mishimoto intake! PRL you have forced to switch to their cobra intake and change downpipes to a new one they will release. But I'm interested!
     
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    I don't have the chart on hand but I remember the numbers where about 310wHP and 315wTQ if that helps
    The test where done on an aftermarket DP,FP, and CAI along with upgraded IC. As far has reliability you can absolutely daily this car at 280+. We still are and so are some of our beta testers running 300+ for over 10k miles
     
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    Yes this will work with all the parts you already have.
     
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    Any idea what kind of heat this new turbo can take? Im curious about how well it would handle antilag.
     
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    I don't have like a definitive answer for this in regards to a number or measurable but what I can say is in all of our testing we have not had any issues with heat. Well over 60 dyno pulls and 1o k miles and not signs of issues. Just the normal coloring from cast stainless getting hot. You won't have any problems running an antilag.
     
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    Each one of our turbo's will be serialized as well so that you know you are getting a unique product for your car.

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    Man looks sweet, just not sure how well I feel about this with a CVT.
     
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    One thing that hit me was, now that this is in production, some might trade their Si in for a better looking Sport Touring hatchback and then drop this turbo in it. The hatch would be a sleeper for sure.
     
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    Internally the si engine is a better design I would never!
     
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