UPDATED Dyno results: switched to K&N typhoon intake kit + Joe Z PTS ExhaustDyno'd 379.1whp 353 ft lbs tq on this same Dyno.
JoeZ intake pipe and PTS ExhaustDyno results: Lowest reading was 361rwhp 339 ft lbs of tq and highest of the day was 367rwhp and 343 ft lbs tq with Joe Z intake and Exhaust on DynoDynamics.
Baseline stock run I did was 356rwhp and 333 ft lbs of tq stock. I was kind of dissapointed with the gains of 11hp and 10 lbs tq and I think I would of pulled better if the car was more cooled down as I drove straight to the Dynoshop in rush hr with no engine cool down time and straight on the Dyno. Also I just installed the intake yesterday with only 80 miles driven with it.
INSANE SOUNDING LEXUS ISF - ISSforged Stainless Cat-Back Exhaust System
The new Stainless Cat Back Exhaust
from ISSforged arrived yesterday and i didnt waste any time....i put it on
straight out of the box. Life is good when you own a lift!
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If you dont know, this thing is lowered on KW V3 Coilovers and is sitting
on AZAforged 3piece Wheels wrapped in Nitto Invo rubber (10" rear, 9"
front) The brakes are custom painted and the windows are all tinted.
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Lexus ISF dyno run
2008 lexus isF Dyno
run...0-120 mph. with 5.0 liter V8 - 416 hp, 371 lb-ft. torque and the
new 8 speed direct shift automatic with paddle shift and manual mode. I
went for a few runs and can't wait to get one.
Shoot Out: Lexus ISF VS. Audi RS4
Lexus ISF VS. Audi RS4
This video was shot and edited for Web Rides TV.com. Edit by Matt Codaire.
Lexus ISF Dyno after Header and Full exhaust install from Auto Science
Lexis ISF being Dyno
tested after installing a new header and full Exhaust at Auto Science in Carrollton, TX. Also
a new intake pipe as well. Made 310.5 whp stock and after intake and Exhaust it made 336 WHP. Also now the
car has a nice mean sound to it but not too loud to annoy you during daily
driving. Visit http://www.autoscience.com/ to view pictures of the Exhaust and intake before and after the
1987 Toyota Supra Turbo 445rwhp Two Gear John Force Burnout
SHOT ON 08/2000 !! Way before Youtube!! Old School!
This was my Supra that I owned, and should have never sold! I had the
following mods (all HKS products unless noted): VPC w/550s, FCON, GCCII,
EVCIII, Cams (very rare), 80mm Sport Exhaust, Spearco Intercooler, Greddy BOV, Clutchmasters
Stage 3.... It was a unique car because, at the time, I had every bolt on
part electronic wise from HKS. I even scored a set of one of three sets of
real HKS cams! It was truly an all HKS/Japanese ride that went off their
scale of mods! According to their catalog at the time, stage 7 was the
highest you could go.
I built this car completely by myself in the mid 90s, this was shot on
8/00. One of the first people to put on a big single. I had to fab it all
myself because there weren't kits at the time.
It was a daily driver, and drove it to Canada several times, from SE PA. I
would also drive and drag race it at the following tracks: Maple Grove
(used to be the ONLY import there), Cecil County, and Englishtown. I was
able to drive it to the track, pull of ridiculous times, not break
anything, and drive it home. Reliable and fast as hell! Topped out at
172mph. Ran 13.3 @ 122 at 25psi (110 octane), and 12.5 @ 115 at 15psi, on
street tires (not drag radials).
I started off in 1st gear, then shifted into 2nd. I could have kept laying
rubber in 2nd, but what's the point! It had power to smoke them off the
rims in 1st and 2nd gear.
It Dynoed 445rwhp @
20psi. I ran it as high as 25psi on race gas, but it was never Dynoed at this Boost level. Sidebar: Nick Holden, still
waiting, but I'm not Holden by breath, to see videos of your 1000rwhp