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Bf2 xr6 t

Zf trans

Power: 290 rwkw

Boost: 10 psi

Exhaust: 4" venom cat

Cooler: F6

Fuel: Deka 60's, walbro intank

Induction: enclosed pod filter with CAI

Turbo: stock

Tuning: HP tuning

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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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06/2006 BF2
Zf trans
Power: 335 rwkw, 1200nm.
Boost: 15psi
Zorst: Standard with cat and center muffler delete
Intercooler: Stage 3.5 rapid cooler and piping.
Fuel system: 60lb injectors & walbro intank
Induction:custom 4" intake and airbox, K&N 4"x9" cone filter, plazmaman plenum.
Turbo: Stock with 12lb actuator and flapper mod
Tuning: Xcal 3 box, Tuned by Torque Performance, Auckland.

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Name Matt
Car: BA Mk2 XR6 Turbo
Trans: 6spd man
Power: 336rwkw
Boost: 14
Induction: growler, monza cooler (this sh*tty aftermarket cooler is the bottleneck for power at the moment, don't waste money on these ones it dropped my intake temp by about 2deg)

Turbo: Stock with ported gate and custom flapper, 12lb actuator
Valve Springs: atomic

Exhaust: xforce 4" dump, 5" cat, 3.5" single
Fuel system: ID1000 injectors, upgraded pump
Power adder: SCT Flash tuner, tuned by Xtreme Ford

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Ya got all the good stuff bar your intercooler and piping setup + maybe a surgey is on the cards... hit up the ethanol with a good tuner and give'er another push ;) it'll be worth it

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Yeah I would love to open 'er up and get some decent guts in it, but it's down for the count at the moment (see topic I started yesterday...). I also forgot to mention that I'm still running the factory clutch aha, which is slipping pretty bad. So once I get the lecy problem sorted a malwood opt3 will be getting dropped in. After that I'll sort out the piping and cooler :D

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Car: BA 2003 XR6 Turbo stock motor 170k
Trans: Stock BTR atm
Power: 408rwkw/389rwkw
Boost: 18psi flat/16psi rising to 17.5psi

Intercooler: RAPID 500x400x90 standard hot-side & 3" cold-side
Induction: 4" turbo-side enclosed & FG inlet manifold/fuel rail

Turbo: GTX3582R with 7psi actuator & standard flapper
Valve Springs: CROW

Exhaust: 3.5" dump with separate w/gate pipe & de-cat with 3" stainless exhaust
Fuel system: Walbro in-tank feeding 044 Process West surge tank & 60lb Dekkas
Power adder: SCT tuning by Heinrich Performance using E55 fuel

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Name: josh

Car: bf xr6t

Trans: 6spd manual , malwood cluctch

Power:316kw

Boost:13-18psi

Induction:k&n air filter , unsure of cooler but not stock

Turbo:stock

Valve springs: stock

Exhaust: xforce stainless (4" dump, high flow cat, dual 2.5" )

Fuel system: 60lb injectors , aero motive 340 fuel pump

Power adder: capa ford flash 2

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Car: BA 2003 XR6 Turbo FGMK2 Bottom)
Trans: Stock BTR atm
Power: 377RWKW
Boost: 18psi

Intercooler: RAPID cooler standard hot-side & 3" cold-side
Induction: 4" turbo-side enclosed

Turbo: 35/40 Stock
Valve Springs: Atomic

Exhaust: xforce stainless (4" dump, high flow cat, dual 2.5")
Fuel system: Walbro in-tank feeding bosh 044 Process West surge tank & 60lb Dekkas
Power adder: Mick @ Pitlane

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Car: BA 2003 XR6 Turbo FGMK2 Bottom)

Trans: T56 Melwood Op3+ Clucth

Power: 377RWKW

Boost: 18psi

Intercooler: RAPID cooler standard hot-side & 3" cold-side

Induction: 4" turbo-side enclosed

Turbo: 35/40 Stock

Valve Springs: Atomic

Exhaust: xforce stainless (4" dump, high flow cat, dual 2.5")

Fuel system: Walbro in-tank feeding bosh 044 Process West surge tank & 60lb Dekkas

Power adder: Mick @ Pitlane

had to fix up something

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Hi Guys.

I have just come across this thread and I find it very usefull and interesting.

I have recently purchased a 2005 ba xr6 turbo mk2 6 speed manual (all stock) and would like to get it to 300rwkw.

can anyone please adives me on what will get it there and also things that performance shops will suggest, but doesnt actually need doing?

thanks

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09/2006 BF1

6 sp manual

Power: 367rwkw, 1000ish nm.

Boost: 18 tapering to 16

Zorst: 4" dump,5" cat into unknown brand dual 2.5" system.

Intercooler: large rapid with standard hotside and 3" wrap around coldside.

Fuel system: 42lb injectors & walbro intank.

Induction:c custom made 4" intake and airbox

Turbo: Stock with home port job and 12lb actuator

Plaz valve springs

Tuning: vcm by Pbe dynotech.

Totalcost of mods under 3k

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09/2006 BF1

6 sp manual

Power: 367rwkw, 1000ish nm.

Boost: 18 tapering to 16

Zorst: 4" dump,5" cat into unknown brand dual 2.5" system.

Intercooler: large rapid with standard hotside and 3" wrap around coldside.

Fuel system: 42lb injectors & walbro intank.

Induction:c custom made 4" intake and airbox

Turbo: Stock with home port job and 12lb actuator

Plaz valve springs

Tuning: vcm by Pbe dynotech.

Totalcost of mods under 3k

Under 3k for those mods! Wow hook me up!!

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Hi Guys.

I have just come across this thread and I find it very usefull and interesting.

I have recently purchased a 2005 ba xr6 turbo mk2 6 speed manual (all stock) and would like to get it to 300rwkw.

can anyone please adives me on what will get it there and also things that performance shops will suggest, but doesnt actually need doing?

thanks

Hi flow cat

Injectors

Walbro (cheap and stock pump will be getting tired)

Tune

Xcal3

Probably new spark plugs

Chop a muffler if you don't mind the noise.

Pray your valve springs hold up or do them first.

This can get damn close with a manual. Next step cooler, wastegate and actuator. Knockin on the door of 350

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Name: Mick
Car: FG G6ET

Trans: 6 speed auto
Power: 320rwkw
Boost: 12
Induction: V8 Air box, PWR intercooler, Herrod piping
Turbo: Stock with port and 8 psi actuator
Valve Springs: Stock
Exhaust: Nizpro
Fuel system: 1000cc injectors, stock fuel pump

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Hi all... Been reading abit in the mods... Curious as to why figures vary so much with various mods... As there are no specification on the type of Dyno figures are obtained (ie type of Dyno... Calibration of Dyno... Ambient temp... Number of runs when figures are obtained...) anyone any thoughts?

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IMO, do the following in one hit:

Fuel pump - drop in total replacement pump and swirl pot kits are now an easy install.

Injectors - 1000's are now the benchmark but there are others (smaller) of course

Intercooler ( a good brand )

Cat and dump (will be debate on this as well.)

12lb actuator.

Depending on the car and the tuner you will get ~300rwkw - which can be adjusted back to suit your needs. I know some get the "300" with the F6 cooler but I could not.

However - for a bux down list, a simple touch up and tune with just 440cc injectors and a fuel pump will see you gain an easy 40 KW at the engine. Opinions vary on the need for a fuel pump but for no more than ~ 500 dollars for a drop in kit it is a real good idea. Fuel starvation and aged fuel delivery components in these engines is a guaranteed formula for a blow up.

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