300 plus miles on new engine, 3" turbo back Exhaust, ported 14b turbo,ported 2g o2 housing, 2g manifold, dual chamber flowmaster, just another quick video havn't raced any other cars with it, i wanna break it in nice, only reved to 5500 rpms, i'm conservative i know,
2g GSX How-To: Attempting turbo swap with WTF ending
Okay. Now I've seen it all. There's an old adage that states "if you want
something done right, you have to do it yourself". Well, this video both
confirms and debunks that theory. A lot of that depends on each person's
definition of "done right". You can't do things by-the-book with
Sheldon bought this car with a pretty full mod list and it ran great at the
time, but by the time we got it to the track, we couldn't beat a 16-second
pass. Despite the laundry list of troubleshooting we both attempted to do
through tuning and testing, we couldn't determine why it was around 4
seconds slower than it should be running. I started having doubts that a
"ported T-28" was what was on the car, and there's no easy way to tell them
apart without removing it so we opted to install a 14b... since plenty of
people easily run 13's with them. Stick around for the plot twist.
e36 328is supercharged
its a 96 e36 328is with a active autowerke stage 1 c38 rotrex Supercharger, its my drift/ daily driver, it makes
around 320hp but has not been Dyno'd for exact hp numbers,
engine is fresh with about 15k miles on it and has a cat back Exhaust.
ECS Tuning: VW/Audi 2.0T Forge Diverter Valve & Blow-off Valve DIY
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