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    Did anyone see that Vishnu 335i in blue versus the JB4 car in white that was running RB turbos? The video was on e90post but probably got taken down since... its e90post. If the blue car was Wedge then he probably shouldn't be so enthusiastic because that was not 422whp on a normal low reading Mustang dyno... The race wasn't even in the realm of close. Could of been other people though. Wish the video was still up.

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    Never mind, thread is still up...


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
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    Never mind, thread is still up...

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    The vishnu E85 car got raped.

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    M3 crashed after hitting the dust, not too stoked about that surface:


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    The vishnu E85 car got raped.
    I really hope that wasn't Wedges car, otherwise there really isn't much to say... that isn't 420whp on a normal Mustang Dyno if the RB car is in the high 400 or low 500s on a Dynojet.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
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    I really hope that wasn't Wedges car, otherwise there really isn't much to say... that isn't 420whp on a normal Mustang Dyno if the RB car is in the high 400 or low 500s on a Dynojet.
    Hope it isn't either with the way he portrayed it.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
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    M3 crashed after hitting the dust, not too stoked about that surface:

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
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    I really hope that wasn't Wedges car, otherwise there really isn't much to say... that isn't 420whp on a normal Mustang Dyno if the RB car is in the high 400 or low 500s on a Dynojet.
    That is Wedge racing Serg. Like I said Wedge's car is running well for a stock turbo car. I think I told him at the event I would guess he is around 450-460rw. Serg was running unleaded race gas along with a single CM10 nozzle and an 80 additive. In that trim we did 502rw on the dyno. I'm sure he also has more in his car next time too with E60, a 3.5 bar map sensor, more boost, and more advance.
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    which car is which?

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    Sticky you should move this thread to the kill section or leave it in the N54 FI section, a lot more viewership over there!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
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    which car is which?
    Serg put several cars on him as expected. I pulled about the same on the 70 additive but started behind so only wound up a little ahead IIRC.
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    i guess i should have read the vid description huh Click here to enlarge

    still like to see the vid of the 2 of you.. funny how things look when reviewed on tape Click here to enlarge

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    Yeah me too! One thing about this rolling race culture I dislike (I'm a drag race guy), is in drag racing, you either win or lose. If you win by as little as possible that's considered a good thing. But in rolling races, everyone expects you to go all out every single run. And if you don't, even though you won the race, they still claim victory.
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    Good vids on the prior page that HPF E46 M3 and that Evo really stand out as silly fast
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
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    That is Wedge racing Serg. Like I said Wedge's car is running well for a stock turbo car. I think I told him at the event I would guess he is around 450-460rw. Serg was running unleaded race gas along with a single CM10 nozzle and an 80 additive. In that trim we did 502rw on the dyno. I'm sure he also has more in his car next time too with E60, a 3.5 bar map sensor, more boost, and more advance.
    I guess I just feel his comments about 420whp on a Mustang dyno are kind of out the window if that was versus 500rw on a dynojet. I think your estimate of 450rw is about right. There is a huge difference between 500rw and 450rw when talking about stock turbos since 500rw is past the cusp where you typically are just making as much increase in heat as you are more boost. Tbh for near 20lbs of boost I am not too impressed by 450rw. I am doing 430rw with no DPs and no Cobb with 91 and E85 at 17.5 psi and I am not octane limited. I am preferring to running more timing as opposed to boost to preserve the turbos. The way he made it sound, I thought he would of been significantly faster.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sledgehammer Click here to enlarge
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    Good vids on the prior page that HPF E46 M3 and that Evo really stand out as silly fast
    That Evo is a little screamer.. It strait ran on that HPF 2.5. And that right lane was supposedly pretty bad with excessive dust. AWD still moved out though.

    I'm assuming the UGR Lambo had either traction or mechanical/boost issues to get yanked by the Evo like that? He was in the right lane..
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
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    I guess I just feel his comments about 420whp on a Mustang dyno are kind of out the window if that was versus 500rw on a dynojet. I think your estimate of 450rw is about right. There is a huge difference between 500rw and 450rw when talking about stock turbos since 500rw is past the cusp where you typically are just making as much increase in heat as you are more boost. Tbh for near 20lbs of boost I am not too impressed by 450rw. I am doing 430rw with no DPs and no Cobb with 91 and E85 at 17.5 psi and I am not octane limited. I am preferring to running more timing as opposed to boost to preserve the turbos. The way he made it sound, I thought he would of been significantly faster.
    I don't want to take anything away from his car. I've been "that guy" running stock turbos running well. But I think in rolling race events BS generally reins supreme. The rubber really hits the road at the dragstrip where you get a timed ET and MPH. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
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    I don't want to take anything away from his car. I've been "that guy" running stock turbos running well. But I think in rolling race events BS generally reins supreme. The rubber really hits the road at the dragstrip where you get a timed ET and MPH. Click here to enlarge

    Your so right about the drag strip. Sad part is most of the people over never run there car to see what it legitimately run. They all live off dynos and theory's.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
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    Sticky you should move this thread to the kill section or leave it in the N54 FI section, a lot more viewership over there!
    More viewership but event results belong here since this is not all n54 related. I will think about it.

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    Your so right about the drag strip. Sad part is most of the people over never run there car to see what it legitimately run. They all live off dynos and theory's.
    Well said.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by litz4244 Click here to enlarge
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    Your so right about the drag strip. Sad part is most of the people over never run there car to see what it legitimately run. They all live off dynos and theory's.
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    Well said.
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