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Old 11-25-2007, 05:35 PM   #41
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Yeah I read that too... I just pulled up some specs and went with that... it said 178 at rear wheel at 12k rpm... but shhett 160 is good... But I do think it maybe a bit above that from that Mod that me and several others on here have had done i.e CubanGixxer,Diabloman,JoBoe, and not sure if 0gravity did it too... It would be cool to tell...
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:12 PM   #43
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Cool PoPo

Its An Honest Mistake! Hp at the wheels is usualy lower than at the crank< this is why i started the post! I am a Former sportcar and truck Tuner, Bike engines are slighlty diferent but only because they Rev So high. But an engine is an engine, And I would love to see what The Best of the best are Running and what they did. Glad to See Turbo bikes, Thats My goal.

Yea I am guessing 109 at the wheel as well. I would be suprised if it breaks that.

The Wheely machine is new to me so if yall can explain this thing I would love to have it at the meet. Call me Crazy But that sounds cool.
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thanks for the fix... lol... My dad can beat your dad up... Well whatever the dang bike does... it will have to be what it is... Untill the next day when I go back and start modding the out of it....
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Its An Honest Mistake! Hp at the wheels is usualy lower than at the crank< this is why i started the post! I am a Former sportcar and truck Tuner, Bike engines are slighlty diferent but only because they Rev So high. But an engine is an engine, And I would love to see what The Best of the best are Running and what they did. Glad to See Turbo bikes, Thats My goal.

Yea I am guessing 109 at the wheel as well. I would be suprised if it breaks that.

The Wheely machine is new to me so if yall can explain this thing I would love to have it at the meet. Call me Crazy But that sounds cool.
Hi it nice to meet other people with the same addiction of not leaving stuff alone What kind of work have you done car wise?
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Update

I have sent the Guys At Powersports a PM so let see What happens.

They ran a dyno day this Past 23rd but rain cancelled it.

Looks like 20 bucks a Pull on the dyno.

I will have more Details soon.
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:23 PM   #47
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Go to WWW.ststurbo.com

I developed the First Remote mount Turbo System fo the Toyota Tundra, The sts guys toolk it over after that. Also Modded cars from Mustangs Running Nitrous and Crazy modded Subaru STi. My Shop Was Called Top Secret Performance and People used to call Me Nitrousfed!
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Go to WWW.ststurbo.com

I developed the First Remote mount Turbo System fo the Toyota Tundra, The sts guys toolk it over after that. Also Modded cars from Mustangs Running Nitrous and Crazy modded Subaru STi. My Shop Was Called Top Secret Performance and People used to call Me Nitrousfed!
This Top Secret Performance http://www.topsecretjpn.com/gt300.shtml
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yeah Ed, that top secret???
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these guys are out of japan! i chose the name because my cars were all sleepers like 10 second tundras and GTO
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OH, sweet I'd like to see 10 sec. Tundra. I used to do some work on car but, haven't done any since I left school like 2 years ago. I've always wanted to watch a turbo be put on. Thats one of the only thing I've never actually got to do.
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yeah Ed, that top secret???
I found Out about those Guys After I registered The DBA.

Although People Used to always ask me,TOP SECRET FORM Japan?

They Do supras and other JDM stuff. Cool Group though!
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OH, sweet I'd like to see 10 sec. Tundra. I used to do some work on car but, haven't done any since I left school like 2 years ago. I've always wanted to watch a turbo be put on. Thats one of the only thing I've never actually got to do.

Easy Stuff. Turbos are the replacement for Displacement!
The remote Mounts Work Real Well on stock Motors . On Bikes I would have to find a way to Lower that Compression Ratio to Avoid Detonation and Piston failure. I wonder What type of C/R They run on bikes. I Bet if only running 15 Psi it would Be no more that 9:1 . My bike has 13:1 Thats High for boost.
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My bike has 400 hp and a ratio of 69:1 yeah that just happened... Ok I have no fudging clue what I am saying...lol carry on...
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Easy Stuff. Turbos are the replacement for Displacement!
The remote Mounts Work Real Well on stock Motors . On Bikes I would have to find a way to Lower that Compression Ratio to Avoid Detonation and Piston failure. I wonder What type of C/R They run on bikes. I Bet if only running 15 Psi it would Be no more that 9:1 . My bike has 13:1 Thats High for boost.
The Bandits are 9.5 to 1. I'll bet the new ones with FI would be the cats meow with about 10 psi.....
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The remote Mounts Work Real Well on stock Motors . On Bikes I would have to find a way to Lower that Compression Ratio to Avoid Detonation and Piston failure. I wonder What type of C/R They run on bikes. I Bet if only running 15 Psi it would Be no more that 9:1 . My bike has 13:1 Thats High for boost.
Well, if you increased the compression chamber size and thickness of gasket you could get some number down, maybe a shorter rod length with deep dish piston it should get down to 9:1
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