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400.7rwkw FG Xr6T - It still counts right?

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Thought I would post up here about my car on this forum after stalking for quite a while and becoming quite active on the "Other Forum"

 

Have had my 2013 FG Xr6T for nearly two years now and have slowly been accumulating a few modifications for it.  Had the final bits of work done a few weeks ago at MonstaTorque and managed to pull a final figure of 400.7rwkw.  Que comments of hub dyno and manual :busted1:

 

The route I've taken with the car and many parts can probably be looked at as unconventional and excessive.  As a young bloke about to venture into his first mortgage, I decided to spend the extra whilst I can afford it and build a relatively reliable base and future proof as far as more mods go as I plan to keep the car for a very long time.  Unfortunately have not had the extra cash to do my oil pump gears or timing chain gear so am very aware of my need to stay away from my limiter and even have a soft cut in place (Although I've been told with this amount of torque these cars like to push straight through this)

 

Bit of info on the car:

- 2013 FG Xr6T

- Full poverty pack

- 6 Speed manual

-Bought dead stock with 56,000kms from a single female owner 2 years ago

 

Since then I've done a few mods over the past 2 years, totaling to the following now at 75,000kms

- IMS Twin Bush Diff Hat

- Wavetrack Diff Centre w/ aftermarket half shafts

- Shockworks Coilovers

- Single Piece Carbon Fibre Tailshaft

- Malwood Opt3+ w/ short shifter

- 4" X-force Stainless Exhaust

- Jonny Tig 1800HP Stealth Black Intercooler w/ turboside airbox and battery relocations

- Crow Race Valve Springs

- KPM 1000HP In tank dual pump fuel system

- 58mm Billet wheel Machined into my existing 3576 turbo, rear housing ported and a 40mm flapper fitted

- 1000cc Injectors and custom tune with Ngauge interface

- Copy F6 Bumper

- 19" FPV Twisties

- DJR Bobtail Spoiler

 

Much like so many have done in the past with their threads, I want to be able to share any info I have on my current list of mods in the hopes it aids with people future mod choices.  Any questions feel free to ask.  Its gonna be a bit hard to post some photos as I'm writing this on my lunch break but will post a few via Tapatalk below

Some quick photos from my phone093903a3d4a7ea89e95cfd5a421d60fd.jpgaea4e5f66ddff3c4251f9ea64eaa3127.jpg0345a40157175295ace4759bd287c579.jpg0a20c7503ae95290bbd94e2e116b75fa.jpgd72f1666fe8647f01ae87e1b12d073bf.jpg

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I can beat that. 400.2 rwkw on less than 15psi with factory turbo.  OOhhh   the possibilities....

 

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BF F6. This car....
Do you own one of these versions by any chance? I remember seeing this video a while back and was always curious as to how many went to Australian buyers and what the rough price was. It seems to be an awesome package

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I own the car in the video. Only 2 made. None exported. Car to build was over 100k (including purchase price.)

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My gen2 gtx35r in the stock ford rear housing with a ported wg and 12 psi actuator hits 12psi by 3000rpm by just rolling into it, in 3rd. Brake boosting will see that nearly 1000rpm lower. This was with a stock bf turbo motor, no head work, no better valve springs and a stock cat back.

 

His graph is not a showing a stock factory turbo.

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It would be great to see rpm. Not sure if this has to do with a hub dyno (I'm sure there would be a way around it).

Not sure what the concern regarding boost is. Heres a comparison shot of my turbo before and after mods56b5fb8411adc9f23319758baedf5f85.jpgfead06a9965ae1d0f1bca49ece6d77e1.jpgc3dc16903362f258eec1ac4263abb19e.jpg

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19 minutes ago, Boosturd said:

Not sure what the concern regarding boost is.

 

It's quite a bit late for a stocker. I just double checked and mine actually made 14 psi at 3050rpm without brake boosting.

His car was built and tuned for a specific purpose though so you can't really compare it to other cars that are tuned to come on asap.

 

On 16/04/2018 at 2:22 PM, Boosturd said:

58mm Billet wheel

 

That's a nice shiny turbo you've got now. Surely that's a typo?

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This would be where a graph detailing rpm would be handy I did ask for mine to be tuned to come on boost a little bit lazy to avoid frying tyres every time I put my foot down

Amazing what a bit of cleanup can do. But yes was only a 58mm wheel. Package was a progtx58 conversion IIRC

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I can post a pic of a tuning log if you like but I don't have a dyno graph. I can just put the cursor at whatever rpm or boost level to show what it's doing.

 

If you've got a 58mm wheel then there will be nothing lazy about how your car drives. You can get it to come on boost slowly but why not let it have it asap and control the wheel spin with your right foot? :wwww:

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You can tell by the graph I posted 400.2rwkw that the factory turbo has had a few mods ( ie turbine housing)

 

Power curve is so gentle.   This car really can put the power to the ground. Almost linear like a V8.   It's going to be mental on E85. So tractable. 

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I can post a pic of a tuning log if you like but I don't have a dyno graph. I can just put the cursor at whatever rpm or boost level to show what it's doing.
 
If you've got a 58mm wheel then there will be nothing lazy about how your car drives. You can get it to come on boost slowly but why not let it have it asap and control the wheel spin with your right foot? :wwww:
Ill have to have a play with my ngauge and see if I can datalog something if its possible

Car definitely isnt lazy and you can really feel the power ramp in and just keep going. It ramps in as slow as Rob could get it to, but apparently the car just wanted to keep making power. Im stoked with the outcome, has that progressive build up but still comes on super early and doesnt fall over like the stock turbo. Im only 22 so can admit Im not the most experienced driver which again contributed to my tuning requests

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Wise choice.   These cars can be a handful, and it can get nasty real quick.

 

Todd was 20 when I let him drive the BF nizpro car.  

Had 311 rwkw at 10-11 psi. Car wouldn't make any less.

 

Left it that way for 3 years then upped it to 400.

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I can beat that. 400.2 rwkw on less than 15psi with factory turbo.  OOhhh   the possibilities....
 
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Not at all trying to start anything here but for the life of me I can't understand how that figure is possible. Either it's has ridiculously high comp or the dyno number is questionable. IMHO, there's no way a stock turbo will make that power on that boost...

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