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2 hours ago, Nick Captain Slow said:

Good day all. I'm a new member with a TT. At this point in time I've installed a SS inductions growler CAI. Removed bung from exhaust, fitted 60lbs injectors, gapped down plugs and a custom tune on engine and trans. 

On the rollers it recorded 706NM torque and 240.8 KW. At Calder Park it did a 12.9. I'm currently buying bits and pieces for the next stage. I'll keep you updated. 

 

Nice!

I’ve got an FG intake as lounge room art waiting for time and money to install it.

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Feeling annoyed. My TT isn't finished yet with its second stage of upgrades. I was hoping to get a couple of runs in before last weekends Ford Nationals at Heathcote. I went as a spectator with my 16 year old daughter who is also a petrol head  (don't know where she gets that from). I was wondering if anyone from this forum went to the Nationals either as spectator or competitor and what your thoughts are and results?

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Going in for a tune tomorrow!,, Yay.

3.5 inch turbo back Xforce exhaust 

Plazmaman front mount

Walbro in tank pump

650cc injectors 

Then Sydney dragway on the 27th 

 

I have an FG manifold and Plazmaman valve springs but won’t get them fitted until a year down the track.

Might get turbo stuff done with bigger injectors then too.

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Talking about updates, after my second round of mods (too numerous to mention) the end result was 958NM @ 4188 and 364.6 @ 5188. At the Geelong Revival last November I had some teething issues but managed to get one decent run with a 11.1. Switching now from BP Ultimate to United E85. It will be interesting to see what gains can be made.

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How are you guys finding your ZFs hold up? My original box got fried soon after I got a tune up to 335kw and wouldn’t change out of 3rd under load, just replaced with wrecker stock box but that doesn’t seem too happy even at my 290kw tune. Iv heard a good tune helps but nobody seems to tune ZF boxes here in NZ and lowest price iv been quoted here for a built box is $7k even without going billet input shaft. 

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14 hours ago, NZTT said:

How are you guys finding your ZFs hold up? My original box got fried soon after I got a tune up to 335kw and wouldn’t change out of 3rd under load, just replaced with wrecker stock box but that doesn’t seem too happy even at my 290kw tune. Iv heard a good tune helps but nobody seems to tune ZF boxes here in NZ and lowest price iv been quoted here for a built box is $7k even without going billet input shaft. 

So far so good. Mind you my car has only done just over 70000ks. When it goes in for the fuel swap im also installing a SDE high stall with a ford ranger input shaft. 

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On 09/03/2019 at 9:36 AM, NZTT said:

How are you guys finding your ZFs hold up? My original box got fried soon after I got a tune up to 335kw and wouldn’t change out of 3rd under load, just replaced with wrecker stock box but that doesn’t seem too happy even at my 290kw tune. Iv heard a good tune helps but nobody seems to tune ZF boxes here in NZ and lowest price iv been quoted here for a built box is $7k even without going billet input shaft. 

who quoted that mate

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Hi fellas. I'm in Adelaide and I've had my 07 Turbo awd for just over a month and looking at one of these SS Growler intakes. Are they worth buying? Has anyone ever run a before and after on a dyno? Will be looking into a bit of a tune up soon.

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Not for $600.

 

A better bet would be the plazmaman intake. It'll give colder air, less restriction and a much shorter path to the turbo. 

 

The downside is it's much more of a pita to fit. 

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Honestly a modified stock Airbox will support a fair amount of power and your money is better spent on a full custom tune with the exhaust “De bung” :) 

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Cheers guys. De bung was the first thing I did after I passed through Regency for the vin check. So is it just a simple opening of the stock airbox inlet you recommend? Can you send me some details of the tune I've read about that you offer please Jeturbo 😎

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Hi Deveous. I agree with Puffwagon and Jeturbo. Either modify your airbox and use a highflow filter or if you like the look of the SS Inductions Growler cai use that along with de-bunging your exhaust, bigger injectors and a custom engine and trans tune. This is the biggest bang for your buck that you'll get. After that each kilowatt will cost you more and more. If you look at my first post I failed to mention that the first run on the rollers was with the SS Inductions cai (188.6kw/489nm) Then after the other mods 240.8kw/706nm. Happy modding.

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