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15 hours ago, k31th said:

did you just collate that from the thread content?

:spoton: nice work

Yep.

 

Interesting how the Monza's evaporate from that list as power gets over 320kw/14-15psi.

I got 321.3rwkw but hoping to get 350-360 with a Plazmaman 700hp cooler and re-tune.

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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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5 hours ago, MattyP said:

Monzas aren't great, you're turbo is a tad strange and your exhaust and injectors are really limiting you

How so re injectors? Thought the 60lb's were good for 400rwkw?

I have been told they're not ideal anyway in the FG length and may switch to ID1000/Bosch.

 

Also interested to know why you find the turbo strange.

 

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It's not very common that's all, it's just a 3540 with a billet wheel and wastegate work done. It's good just not seen very often

60lbs have been redundant for a while now and.you'd really be pushing them to get 400 out of em. I highly doubt you could get that high safely

Kpm/id are great injectors

Great flow and spray pattern plus ethanol ready

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Car: 2010 FG XR6 Turbo Upgrade

Power: 321rwkw 

Boost: 15psi

Induction: V8 lower, K&N panel

Intercooler: Monza

Turbo: Hypergear ATR45SS 0.5A/R 

Valve Springs: Plazmaman Spec 1

Exhaust: Stock 3" with Venom 5" 100cpi cat, centre muffler removed

Fuel: Siemens 60lb

Tuning: HPT 

 

How's that hypergear turbo go? My friends got em in their r34s and swear by em. Did you send off your stock one to the guy and he high flowed it? That's what they did to theirs and gained heaps of power earlier and all over the rev range

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1 hour ago, Lennox said:

How's that hypergear turbo go? My friends got em in their r34s and swear by em. Did you send off your stock one to the guy and he high flowed it? That's what they did to theirs and gained heaps of power earlier and all over the rev range

 

Its a journal bearing. Locally assembled and balanced from Chinese parts I think.

 Will see full boost around 2800rpm if your loading up in a higher gear.

Nice 40mm internal gate with choice of actuator Springs, I have 15psi actuator.

Apparently this spec can flow 420rwkw on P98 and has seen 490rwkw on E85 with the 0.70A/R comp cover option.

So far I've only seen 320kw from it (@ gate pressure, 15psi), likely due to cooler and exhaust restrictions.

I am reserving judgement until next Monday when the Plaz cooler is installed and ECU is re-tuned.

Will post up results.

 

P.S Tao, the manager of Hypergear, is very highly respected in Skyline circles and is one of the most helpful and friendly guys I've spoken to in the automotive industry. Operates from Melbourne, been around since around early 2000s

 

Got it as complete unit, but they do high flow rebuilds also

 

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Car: 2008 FG F6 Ute
Trans: 6 speed auto
Turbo: stock
Boost: 15 PSI I think
Valve springs: Stock
Cooler: Plazmaman stage 2 (800hp kit)
Fueling: stock
Exhaust: Venom hi-flow cat, stock at back
Power: 333RWKW
Tuner: HP tuners
 
Mods since dyno - ID1000 injectors
 
Mods planned - 460l/h intank fuel pump, E85 tune, Crow valve springs
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Car: 2010 FG XR50t
Trans: 6 speed auto
Turbo: stock
Boost: 13 PSI Tapering to 12 PSI
Cooler: Stock
Fueling: KPM1000cc Inj
Exhaust: Stock exhaust "HI-Flow" cat,
Power: 288 RWKW
Tuner: Myself with HP Tuners

 

Now on e85 with supporting mods 17psi stock gt3576, Power ??? 

 

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Car: 2008 BF XR6T Sedan

Power: 476rwkw 

Boost: 24psi

Induction: PW Racel

Intercooler: PW Stg 2

Turbo:  PTE 6235 

Valve Springs: PAC springs

Exhaust: FG 4" xforce modded to fit BF

Fule: Caltex e-flex (E70)

Fuel setup: Walbro 255 intank, Plaz surge, Aeromotive A1000 with speed controller, Bosch 1000cc injectors

Tuning: Autotech Engineering

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Car: 2011 FG XR6T sedan
Trans: 6 speed manuel...... umm sorry manual. Short shifter installed.
Turbo: stock
Boost: 11 PSI 
Valve springs: Stock
Cooler: stage 2 process west
Fueling: pw surge tank with single 044, stock intank pump.
Exhaust: Venom hi-flow cat, stock FG exhaust and dump
Power: 310rw killer wasps.
Tuner: SCT3
Injectors:  ID1000
 
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Car: 2008 FG XR6T ute

Trans: TR6060 with twin plate NPC hybrid clutch (1x organic, 1x ceramic)

Power: 382rwkw (98) 438rwkw (e85)

Boost: 16psi (98) 20psi (e85)

Induction: 5" pod, custom turbo side airbox 

Intercooler: PW Stepped

Turbo:  GT3540 with billet comp wheel, ported housing & 12psi actuator

Valve Springs: Plaz

Exhaust: Xforce 4" dump into twin 2.5"

Fule: Caltex 98 / United e85

Fuel setup: Walbro 460 intank with PTFE pump lines, no surge, Bosch 1000cc injectors

Tuning: CMS (Xcal2)

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Car: BF MK1 XR6 Turbo (late build with stronger engine)

Trans: stage 2 6 speed auto with billet input shaft

Power: 360rwkw

Boost: 15 psi

Induction: plazmaman turboside intake

Intercooler: plaz 1000hp with full piping, nizpro overboost valve

Turbo: flapper modded (got to fit it)

Valve Springs: crow springs iirc

Exhaust: XForce 4" dump, 3.5" system not sure what cat

Fuel system: not sure what fuel pump, tuned on 98.

tuning: sct xcal at XFT.

 

only plans would be to relocate battery and get a different turboside intake. exhaust is really nice, it doesnt seem to drone or anything annoying!

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Car: BA MK2 XR6T (sedan) Prem. Sound

Trans: T56

Power: 258 rwkw's

Boost: 13psi

Injectors: Dekas 80lb

Induction: Lower F6 intake. K&N Filter

Intercooler: Stock

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Crow 95lb springs

Exhaust: Stock

Fuel System: Walbro 255 intank

Tuning: SCT xcal4 Willall Tune

 

In a couple of weeks. 

New ID 1000cc injectors and 8 psi Garrett actuator with a bolt on Venom

5 inch high flow cat plus custom tuned by JD Tuning. 

 

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Car: 2011 FG XR6T sedan
Trans: 6 speed Manual. SS
Turbo: GTX3576r
Boost: 20 PSI 
Valve springs: Crow special
Cooler: stage 2 process west
Fueling: pw surge tank with single 044, stock intank pump.
Exhaust: Custom Exhaust. Xforce 4" dump, 5" Cat, XR8 cat back exhaust.
Power: 379rw killer wasps.
Tuner: SCT4
Injectors:  ID1000
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Just an add on to the post on the 25th of July....

New ID 1000's threw out the deka's

New tuner JD TUNING, threw out the old tuner Willall. 

HPTuner threw out the old Xcal4

Complete scratch start again with a Jet custom tune.

New 8 psi Garrett actuator

New Venom high flow cat section.

New genuine ford coils.

Results: 282 rwkw's/ 829 nm of torque,

and a very well behaved street car with decent whack of power off the bottom right through the rev range. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Car: 2014 FG Mk2 XR6T

Trans: 6sp ZF with custom tune

Power: 407rwkw (98) 

Boost: 18psi (98) 

Induction: Plazmaman 4'' intake turbo side airbox / Battery Relocation 

Intercooler: Plazmaman 700HP Black intercooler

Turbo:  GTX3582R supercore, ported housingm hi flow wastegate & 12psi actuator

Valve Springs: Stock

Exhaust: Xforce 4" dump into twin 2.5"

Fule: BP Ultimate 98 

Fuel setup: Plazmaman Billet Surge Tank, Twin Bosch 044

Tuning: SCT xcal4 by ESP Racing

 

Still trying to get used to the power but looking at valve springs and a E85 tune in future. Next upgrade will be to the standard brakes though

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Car BA 04 xr6 t ute

Block 2013 F6

Trans tr6060 npc twin plate

Induction plaz 4inch race box with dry cell

Cooler plaz 1000hp

Turbo GTX3582r + ported gate +12psi actuator 

Springs atomic

Zorst 4inch dump + 5 inch cat + duel 2.5 cat back

Fuel walbro 460 + surge + id1000

Sct xcal 4

Brakes fg 325 front 298 rears dba slotted rotors 

Spool pump gears

Power hmmm 

 

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Car: 2010 fg XR50T
Trans: 6sp ZF with ZF tune
Power: 340 rwkw e85
Boost: 17psi Tapering down to 14psi
Induction: BRT 4'' intake turbo side airbox / BRT Battery Relocation
Intercooler: Jonny tig stepped cooler
Turbo: GT3576 (12psi turbosmart IWG)
Valve Springs: Stock
Exhaust: Stock (Without Cat)
Fuel: United e85
Fuel setup: 460lph Walbro In tank
Tuning: HP tuners, Tuned By Me
To get the most out of this set up Valve springs where needed.

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On 6/26/2016 at 8:47 AM, Super6 said:

Yep.

 

Interesting how the Monza's evaporate from that list as power gets over 320kw/14-15psi.

I got 321.3rwkw but hoping to get 350-360 with a Plazmaman 700hp cooler and re-tune.

 

Update:

 

Car: 2010 FG XR6 Turbo Upgrade

Power: 349.5rwkw 

Boost: 18 psi

Induction: V8 lower, K&N panel

Intercooler: Monza

Turbo: Hypergear ATR45SS 0.5A/R, (IWG actuator failed, replaced with Turbosmart 12psi IWG actuator and modified actuator rod) 

Valve Springs: Plazmaman Spec 1

Exhaust: Stock 3" with Venom 5" 100cpi cat

Fuel: Bosch 57lb

Tuning: Xcal 4

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Car: Bf F6 07

Trans: 6 speed manual npc 550kw clutch twin plate organic

Power: 445rwkw (e85)

Boost: 20 trailing down to 17

Intercooler: Nizpro stage 1

Induction: PWest Airbox 4', Batt reloc Kit

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Crow

Exhaust:  4" dump and cat into standard rear section

Fuel system: Process West Surge Tank (Twin 460)/Billet Rail/S2 Fitting Kit, Bosch 1250cc injectors, Pwest plenum

Spool Billet Oil Pump Gears

ARP2000 Headstuds

 

Tuning Xcal3 - FPT - Forced Performance and Tuning

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On ‎10‎/‎09‎/‎2007 at 7:04 PM, MiKa said:

Name Mike

Car: BA Mk1 XR6 Turbo

Trans: 4sp Auto

Power: 227rwkw (bloody valve springs)

Boost: 12 trailing down to 9

Induction: F6 CAI, K&N Filter, stock intercooler, stock piping

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Stock

Exhaust: Stock

Fuel system: Stock

Power adder: EDIT, custom tune.

Nice rig matey :thumbs-up:

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On 2/8/2012 at 6:26 PM, arronm said:

Car: 06 Bf Nizpro F6

Transmission: 6 Spd

Power: 317rwkw

Boost: 10psi

Induction: Nizpro

Turbo: Stock/ Nizpro modified

Valve springs: Nizpro

Exhaust: , 4 inch cat, into twin 2.5 inch cat back system

Fuel pump: Nizpro 044 intank

Intercooler: Nizpro

Injectors: Nizpro

Power adder: Nizpro/XFT

Car runs Nizpro Stage 2 , 2+ and 3.

Car is in the video below

http://youtu.be/8bEe-rXaZ_w

 

 

Update.

 

Car: 06 Bf Nizpro F6

Transmission: 6 Spd Man

Power: 400rwkw

Boost: 15psi

Fuel: 98

Induction: Nizpro

Turbo: Stock F6 / Nizpro modified

Valve springs: Nizpro

Exhaust: , 4 inch nizpro

Fuel pump: Intank 460

Intercooler: Nizpro

Injectors: Nizpro

Power adder: XFT/Nizpro built forged engine, cams , headwork. 

Car runs Nizpro Stage 2 , 2+ and 3.

Car is in the video below

http://youtu.be/8bEe-rXaZ_w

 

 

 

More boost and E85 later in the year.

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UPDATE

Car: Bf F6 06

Trans: 6 speed Auto

Power: 421rwkw (e85)

Boost: 20 psi

Intercooler: Stock

Induction: No Air Box

Turbo: Stock

Valve Springs: Stock

Exhaust : 3.5 Dump pipe and Cat into standard rear section

Fuel system: Intank 460 with FG Craddle

Injectors : ID1000

Tuning: XCal 3

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