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Old 08-02-2014, 09:07 AM   #1
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Had my 05 gt dyno tuned after a roush tvs blower installed. This is with the HUGE pulley that roush includes in their kit. It makes about 5 lbs of boost average and 6 max. The blower is capable of lots more boost. I'm tempted to go to a smaller pulley now but something tells me I should wait till I can forge the crank rods and pistons. Also the graph pictured is STD corrected. So by SAE standards the numbers will be 2 to 4 percent lower.Click image for larger version

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Old 08-03-2014, 05:29 AM   #2
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I would stick with the big pulley for now just to be safe! Looks like a fun amount of power though

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Old 08-03-2014, 08:11 AM   #3
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Oh yeah, car runs like stock when your not in the throttle. Open it up and it's a totally different story. I wanted to post this up because after I ordered the supercharger I was torn between running the roush tune that came with it or having it dyno tuned. I was having a hard time finding a direct comparison. From what I can tell tune from roush puts down about 410ish to the wheels. My engine is totally stock other than the blower. So a difference of 42 or so RWHP from a tune. Hopefully if someone finds them self in a situation like I was in, it will help them decide what route they want to go. My dyno tuner says he can get me to 470 or 480 safely with a 3.5 pulley. Don't know if I'm ready to roll the dice though with stock internals. Might focus on trying to get some traction before I do anything else,


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I wouldn't use stock internals. Forge it before you get a Dyno tune.
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I'm already dyno tuned. Forging would be for a smaller pulley that runs more boost


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Damn your car made that much with 5 psi and no other mods?


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Old 08-14-2014, 11:41 AM   #7
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Yeah max it went was 6lbs peak, continuous and average was 5lbs. Only other thing done to the car that maybe good for like 3hp if that was slp axle back. The tvs kit does come with quite a few things though. P51 Intake manifold, heater exchange, bigger injectors cold air intake, gt500 throttle body. Pretty nice kit. Was thinking of just adding long tubes now instead of dropping pulley size. Not sure though. Really need some better rear tires first


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Oh yeah, car runs like stock when your not in the throttle. Open it up and it's a totally different story. I wanted to post this up because after I ordered the supercharger I was torn between running the roush tune that came with it or having it dyno tuned. I was having a hard time finding a direct comparison. From what I can tell tune from roush puts down about 410ish to the wheels. My engine is totally stock other than the blower. So a difference of 42 or so RWHP from a tune. Hopefully if someone finds them self in a situation like I was in, it will help them decide what route they want to go. My dyno tuner says he can get me to 470 or 480 safely with a 3.5 pulley. Don't know if I'm ready to roll the dice though with stock internals. Might focus on trying to get some traction before I do anything else,


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From what I have been Advised, you're running at the Top of what your stock Eng. is safe at. 470/480 will be pushing that stock over it's limits and damage will probably happen. Again, I'm talking about a Stock Engine.
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So I've also heard. 450rwhp is pretty much the end of the 3v bottom end comfort zone. It is a topic with a lot of different opinions. I heard MOST people say 450 and your safe (with a good tune that is). There are another fairly large group that say 470-480 no issue. Then there is an even smaller group that say 500 is ok. I'm inclined to agree with 450. The tuner I used swear that 470 is no issue. I wouldn't go near 500. The reason I was thinking of long tubes rather than a pulley upgrade was because the headers should only reduce parasitic loss and not add additional strain to the engine. However I'm no rocket scientist, I don't really know if that theory would be correct. Either way, I appreciate the heads up. I also know that any further power increases could quite possibly be gambling with my block and internals :/


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HP

Good one, I agree also. I did the Long Tube Headers also. I look at the 10, 20HP over 450HP as: "You can push your car to 1 notch under Redline with No problem, but how many times can you do that? Why take that chance anyway. Who has an extra Engine just laying around their Garage anyway".
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Old 08-14-2014, 07:56 PM   #11
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Don't get me wrong, I'm all for a new block and forged rotating assembly, but I'd rather have one at my leisure than have to buy one out of necessity. The extra 20-30hp really isn't gonna be that noticeable for what is at stake. Also on the list of things I'm considering is a one piece driveshaft.


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That's what' on my List as Next also. Gonna lighten up the weight a little.
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Old 08-15-2014, 02:33 AM   #13
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I'm just amazed you hit those numbers...what size is that blower 2.3 or 2.8? I'm just wondering because I'm running the Saleen supercharger and at 11-12 psi, longtubes, saleen cai, water/meth and lightned flywheel and Exedy 600 clutch kit....along with more mods that would take awhile to list LOL.....I was just amazed at your numbers is all
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Old 08-15-2014, 07:02 AM   #14
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it's a 2.3 supercharger. Eaton TVS

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Kit is advertised as 475 flywheel HP. The included roush tune usually puts you just over 400RWHP 400-410. Thats the main reason I paid for the dyno tune rather than use Roush calibration. Just wanted to make sure that I wasn't leaving anything on the table. Also word is that roush cal is real rich and conservative.
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Old 08-15-2014, 10:16 AM   #15
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Wait are you on 93 octane or 91? I guess I keep forgetting that some people have the fun of 93 octane LOL. I remember when I was adding things to my car and I kept dynoing it and didn't think I was getting the numbers so i would call Brenspeed wondering about all this power and if they seem right and most of the time they were like oh damn you are getting 470hp on 91 with your mods, you are doing pretty damn good LOL. So I just didn't think much about the numbers after that because their is so much that goes into those numbers.
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Old 08-15-2014, 03:30 PM   #16
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Dyno tuned

I'm pretty sure it's 93 here. So that makes a difference. I'm surprised though with meth injection your octane should be high enough to run a good amount of timing. What meth kit are you using? I was interested in using one for safety and cooling purposes. If your making 470rwhp that's great, that saleen blower have a good whine to it?


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Old 08-16-2014, 10:06 AM   #17
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Well I made that 470 before I dropped the pulley down and the longtubes. I don't have it dyno tuned with the water/meth yet, I'm just running the 91 Octane Brenspeed tune. I haven't really been driving my mustang much since I have it in storage right now. I'm on deployment right now but when I am back I drive my 2004 Audi S4...I love a all wheel drive V8 with 6spd trans...it's pretty fun LOL But I still have more mods for the mustang but not much I already have the trans brace and the BMR LCA's going in when I get back and maybe in the future I'm going to get the Afco heat exchanger with the dual fans to lower my intake temps and then if I can find someone to tune with my water/meth I should be good! I have the snow performance kit which is the only kit to get IMO, I love the Saleen blower, I have the 3.0 pulley on there right now and it makes a beautiful whine when I push the throttle!!!
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Nice, u army? Where u out of? I deployed twice (Iraq and afghan) out of fort Lewis. Still on active duty. 470 to the wheels is great, the meth should add that extra safety factor. There really isn't much more you could do with stock internals anyway. Come home safe drop some of that hazardous duty pay on some forged internals. Lol


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I'm Navy and I don't get that Hazard pay right now...it kinda sucks but I already have forged interals...like I said I have alot done to my car the only thing really holding me back is money...but I've been building up my Audi S4 too so it's hard to have to racecars LOL
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Sweet, what rotating assembly did u go with? I'm still up in the air about buying a whole new assembled and forged block or just the assembly.


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Sweet, what rotating assembly did u go with? I'm still up in the air about buying a whole new assembled and forged block or just the assembly.


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Well I still have my stock crank because I have no intentions of going over 650hp so I felt I would be alright just going with Manley pistons and rods...had my block bored 20 over. I kinda think I got screwed paying so much for so little but it is what it is. This is my first car I ever put any real power with so I learned like all new guys do about what not to do...I never went on forums and stuff so I just did stuff and ran it probably could have saved myself some money but as I look back I have had some fun learning everything the hard way...makes a guy not want to do it again LOL probably why my Audi is going together better thus far LOL
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Well I still have my stock crank because I have no intentions of going over 650hp so I felt I would be alright just going with Manley pistons and rods...had my block bored 20 over. I kinda think I got screwed paying so much for so little but it is what it is. This is my first car I ever put any real power with so I learned like all new guys do about what not to do...I never went on forums and stuff so I just did stuff and ran it probably could have saved myself some money but as I look back I have had some fun learning everything the hard way...makes a guy not want to do it again LOL probably why my Audi is going together better thus far LOL
Mind if I ask how much the bore was? I haven't been able to find much info on it

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I honestly can't remember the bore right now, I had QMP in Cali do mine, they bored it and built the block...pretty pricy but everyone I talk to about them says it's worth the money! I know I have too many toys...but it's fun having the best of both worlds. all wheel drive and rear wheel!!!!
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