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Car: FG XR6 Turbo

Trans: 6 speed auto

Power: 314.8rwkw

Boost: 14

Induction: Rapid Systems V2 intercooler,piping and induction kit

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Stock

Exhaust: F6 factory dump, 5" Ballistic 100cpi cat into Factory 3 inch system

Fuel system: 80 lb Siemens injectors, Walbro in tank fuel pump

Tune: CMS Sydney E70 and 98 octane tunes

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Car: 2009 G6ET Trans: Stock (pwr heat exchanger going on after tune) Power: Peak @ 380rwkw Boost: 14 nice and safe Induction: Stock with air box mod Turbo: GTX3576R new turbine housing with 37mm flap

Update. Car has been retuned and now has nizpro 4 inch exhaust and nizpro big cooler. Made just under 400rwkw on 98 at 18PSI. (stock turbo with turbine housing mods). Due the high compression pistons

415rwkw on ba motor. But e85 is your friend

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Car: BA XR6 Turbo

Trans: 4 speed auto

Power: 305.8rwkw

Boost: 14psi

Induction: Process West 2.2 Kit + homemade race airbox

Turbo: Stock, with 12lb actuator

Valve Springs: Stock

Exhaust: 3.5" Dump, into hiflo cat, into twin 2 1/2" halfway back

Fuel system: 60lb Deka's, Stock intank fuel pump

Tune: Backyard tuned by me on 98 Shell V-Power

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car: 2003 BA XR6T

trans: Auto 4spd

turbo: standard

valve springs: standard

boost: 12psi

induction: Typhoon 2nd intake with K&N panel filter

intercooler: Process West Stage 1

fuel sys: 60lb Siemens flow matched to 1% + Process West surgetank with 044 pump

exhaust: high flow cat

power: 275rwkw

tuner: AUTOTECH ENGINEERING

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FG F6 6spd auto. mod's. process west stage 2 cooler. stock turbo ported with flapper & 12psi actuator. CES exhaust 3.5 with twin dump pipe. 750cc xspurt injectors & process west surge&044 pump..& walbro GSS340 intank pump. & Atomic valve springs.. intake. SS Growler & plazmaman turbo muffler pipe. power..373rwks 16psi.

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^^ that's AWESOME power for that little boost :)

im happy with mods and psi to the power outcome.

reckon..?

I rekon its not too bad

next= full exhaust, valve springs, actuator and 16-18 psi.

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Hi,

Name: theone

Car: BA 2003 XR6 Turbo

Trans: 4 speed auto with trans cooler

Power: 308.1rwkw

Boost: 10psi

Induction: K&N Filter, Hybrid 600x300 intercooler, Process West crossover

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Performance springs

Exhaust: Standard, centre muffler removed

Fuel system: Fake 968 injectors (replacing with ID 1000s soon due to slightly rough idle), Aeromotive fuel pump

Power adder: XCal 3, custom tune

Comment: Very happy with the car as it is right now, very hard to hold it on the road straight, it had a lot more left in it but for the safety of the gearbox kept the boost at 10psi. I'm very happy with this power at 10psi. Only thing left to do is replace the injectors and if need be in the future put a built BTR gearbox in. Obviously going to have to replace the rear tyres fairly regularly lol...taking it to Eastern Creek when I get some time, hoping for a high 11.

Cheers

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Update time again!

Car: 2005 bf xr6t sedan

Gbox: zf 6 speed

Engine: plazmaman valve springs, powerbond balancer and underdrive kit

Turbo: plazmaman 4" intake, garrett .70 anti surge front cover, modified rear housing (etm style) to suit external 45mm turbosmart hypergate

Cooler: plazmaman 700hp, 2.5 hotside piping 3" coldside

Fuel: walbro 255lt intank, plazmaman surge tank and bosch 044 pump, continental 80lb injectors

Exhaust: advance 3.5 dump, stainless 4.5 cat, xforce twin 2.5 mild steel catback, 45mm screamer pipe heat wrapped

Boost: 20psi

Power adder: vcm suite profile tune

Power: 400rwkw on shell pump 98

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Hi,

Name: theone

Car: BA 2003 XR6 Turbo

Trans: 4 speed auto with trans cooler

Power: 308.1rwkw

Boost: 10psi

Induction: K&N Filter, Hybrid 600x300 intercooler, Process West crossover

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Performance springs

Exhaust: Standard, centre muffler removed

Fuel system: Fake 968 injectors (replacing with ID 1000s soon due to slightly rough idle), Aeromotive fuel pump

Power adder: XCal 3, custom tune

Comment: Very happy with the car as it is right now, very hard to hold it on the road straight, it had a lot more left in it but for the safety of the gearbox kept the boost at 10psi. I'm very happy with this power at 10psi. Only thing left to do is replace the injectors and if need be in the future put a built BTR gearbox in. Obviously going to have to replace the rear tyres fairly regularly lol...taking it to Eastern Creek when I get some time, hoping for a high 11.

Cheers

Have you ever run your car down the 1/4?

That's a lot of power for 10psi and a standard exhaust.

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Have you ever run your car down the 1/4?

That's a lot of power for 10psi and a standard exhaust.

Hi rbjet,

My tuner was even surprised with that power gain with the standard exhaust (the kitty cat's been dropped off the bridge if you know what I mean, but still standard exhaust with centre muffler removed)...haven't run this car down the quarter yet but hoping to get it there in the next fortnight, need to get some new rear tyres first...hoping for 11s because I've seen cars with similar power figures to mine running high 11s. And yeah I know the boost setting is very low on my car, I was very impressed with the power it made on such low boost.

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Name: Craig

Car: 05 xr6 turbo

Power:330 rwkw

Trans: 6 Speed Manual

Clutch:4000 ib race clutch

Boost: 16 Psi

Induction: Under battery intake, 800 hp plazmaman intercooler

Turbo: stock

Valve Springs: stock

Exhaust: 4" dump to 3 1/2" with cat and centre muffler removed

Fuel System: 550 hp rated fuel pump ( not sure what brand), with deko 60 pound injectors

Power Adder: BPT Motorsport

so now that everyone knows my mods would I be crazy to upgrade the valve springs, get a plenum and try for 360?? im just hungry for a bit more power but I dont want to be in extreme territory for popping motors... thoughts??

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I was talking to a ford mechanic couple of months back and he claimed that the ba II had the better valve springs in them, he said he was 100% sure. But everyone on here thinks its only falcons made after 06/06 so who knows, mayb he had a bit of brain fade and was thinkin of the bf II

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Name: Matty

Car: 05 ba2 xr6 turbo ute

Power:308kw

Trans: 6 Speed Manual

Clutch:stock soon to be malwood option 3+

Boost: 18psi

Induction: 400x400 cooler ,4" turbo side intake pod / airbox 3" cold side 2.5" hot side

Turbo: t04z comp wheel .70 housing external wastegate

Valve Springs: plazmaman

Exhaust: 4" dump to 3 1/2" all the way through , 38mm screamer off the wastegate yew !!

Fuel System: dekka 60's plazmaman surge and 044 pump

Power Adder: east coast customs

Once I get my new clutch in I'm going to try get 330kw mark ... Should do it pretty easy I'm

Hoping !! Want this to be a powerskid pig haha 3rd up the highway sideways .. Fingers crossed

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I was talking to a ford mechanic couple of months back and he claimed that the ba II had the better valve springs in them, he said he was 100% sure. But everyone on here thinks its only falcons made after 06/06 so who knows, mayb he had a bit of brain fade and was thinkin of the bf II

The 06/06 XR6Ts onwards were special for the Typhoon bottom ends not the valve springs.

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18psi is a lot of boost for that setup. Should be more like 12psi.

This. Though I think e said clutch was slipping on the dyno.

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Yeah man she's slipping !! But I agree it is a lot of boost for 300 odd kw !! But my tuner says its a safe safe tune ?? Lol maybe a lot of timing pulled out I'm not sure .. It's his first xr6t tune and first sct tune ... Got everything done at a great price so I want to stay loyal to them as they are looking after me well ... But I do agree less boost more power

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