FBO + E40 dyno results!!

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    #1 JDMpo0kie, May 11, 2019
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    Made some decent numbers.



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    Much higher than you were hoping. Very nice numbers!
     
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    Info on performance and supporting mods.
     
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    #4 JDMpo0kie, May 11, 2019
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    Its pretty quick man. Lots of torque. I have Injen Intercooler/ CAI, CNT Charge pipes, aFe frontpipe, aFe Takeda Exhaust, Maperformance Catless downpipe, prl flexfuel kit, FX300 and aluminum flywheel.

    I could have made a lot more power but he kept this tune for reliability.
     
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    Is the PRL Cobra better than the K&N Intake? I cant decide if i want to buy that intake??
     
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    #6 JDMpo0kie, May 11, 2019
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    Yes the cobra is better than k&n
     
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    Damn, need to break that 300whp barrier!

    But good numbers regardless, I understand that you want to keep it conservative and reliable. I want to do the same.
     
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    Im going to slowly start buying forged internals along with the PRL big turbo kit. Yeah the tuner recommended we keep the tune conservative for reliability purposes.
     
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    Not bad, I’m hoping then to be over 300 with the 27won turbo then.
     
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    Man, awesome numbers without a turbo upgrade!

    Anyone know what the ballpark is for a proper install of upgraded rods/pistons? I know tsp and prl both sell upgraded rods from Brian Crower for around $500 but haven't seen anyone on here pull the trigger yet. Would love to get a sense how much that'll cost if people start needing them with the bigger turbo kits.
     
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    For sure you will be. Just be careful. Thats why he didnt tune my car up to 300 because the rods are really weak in our cars.
     
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    my boys at Juju Built said 1,800 to do the work. But i get 30-40% off there so itll be around 1,350.
     
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    it was exactly what i was hoping for. I didnt wanna push it to 300 and neither did he. The rods are too weak in our cars.
     
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    Oh for sure. I know with the 27won turbo it seems more safe to hit the 300 range since you're making more power up top than down low and I think Derek said that's what kills the rods is all the power down low, which makes sense. I ran 10 psi on my old D series with a t3/t4 turbo and was pushing the 300 range on a stock block before eventually the rods gave out, and they took a good year of beating before that happened. Eventually I built the motor and went with 16 psi and some head work and managed 350whp.

    These little Honda motors can take a beating. But, it's so scary to think about blowing a motor on such a new of a car :doh:
     
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    Great, good to know what you're in for if you decide to go that route haha. Sounds like you've got a good in, good luck with the build!
     
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