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Old 31-08-2010, 09:12   #16
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1. 403.4Bhp 420lbft @1.7 bar would have more but clutch slipped
2. mapped this month done 100miles
3. Road Car
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5. Standard Evo 6 Block i think. 9 turbo, manifold, 1000cc injectors, walbro pump, apexi power fc, true 3" exhaust, decat, hks rs intake, apexi avcr, 3" elbow.

http://fctuning.com/fctwp/ video of mapping session

1. Max bhp/torque figure with dyno graph
2. How long has it been running that power and how many miles?
3. Whats it's main use? (track car or road car)
4. Who mapped the car?
5. Engine spec? (include what evo standard block it is)
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Old 31-08-2010, 09:30   #17
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1. Max bhp/torque figure with dyno graph
2. How long has it been running that power and how many miles?
3. Whats it's main use? (track car or road car)
4. Who mapped the car?
5. Engine spec? (include what evo standard block it is)


1) 397.2/ 343.7
2) over a year now and it has 80 000 miles
3) Used as a weekend toy
4) Lee5
5) standard 6 block, Avc-r, walbro 225, hks mushroom, E8 turbo, downpipe, decat and unknown exhaust, mapped on tesco 99

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Old 31-08-2010, 09:36   #18
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Can I just clarify that you are running an FP Red @2 bar on a standard Evo VI block with standard rods and pistons?
What power are you running?
Must have some [email protected]@king strong rods over there in Madrid mate, they have survived a Fp Green,and an Fp Red @ 2bar!.......
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Old 31-08-2010, 11:38   #19
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Morning all, after reading so many threads on here about the so called 'MAX' power a standard evo 5 6 7 8 9 bottom end (ie crank, rods, pistons etc) can take and all the aguments that go with it, i thought i would ask the questions:

Who is running the max bhp/torque on a stock blocked evo?

1. Max bhp/torque figure with dyno graph
2. How long has it been running that power and how many miles?
3. Whats it's main use? (track car or road car)
4. Who mapped the car?
5. Engine spec? (include what evo standard block it is)

There we go guys get posting
Could make some interesting reading

My specs to start the ball rolling:
1. 474.2bhp 415lbft see my car for graph
2. Been running that power for 8 months and 7000miles
3. Mainly a road car with a couple track days a year
4. enginetuner.co.uk
5. Stock blocked evo IX with TT S205 turbo (@1.7bar) running 50/50 water/meth injection (see my car for full spec)

Kind regards Andy
1.403bhp 374lbft
2.about 5 years approx 30,000miles
3.road use only
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Old 31-08-2010, 11:52   #20
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Must have some [email protected]@king strong rods over there in Madrid mate, they have survived a Fp Green,and an Fp Red @ 2bar!.......

My thoughts exactly
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Old 31-08-2010, 12:51   #21
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Must have some [email protected]@king strong rods over there in Madrid mate, they have survived a Fp Green,and an Fp Red @ 2bar!.......
Yeah. In the USA they have, too (big turbos=lag=no big torque->high power=high rpm x safe level of torque)

Just not go beyond 405 Lb-ft and you are safe. If you want more power, just move THIS torque to the top rpm end (cams or bigger turbo). Then, if you need more power, forge it or get the car lighter (or both).
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Old 31-08-2010, 12:56   #22
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My thoughts exactly
My rods are as safe as yours. Or, I should say, 6% less safe tan yours. You have 379Lb-ft stressing them, I have only 6% more (405lb-ft). The difference is the "torque x rpm" factor.

And the pistons are safe up to 550HP (as minimum) on Evos.

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Old 31-08-2010, 13:03   #23
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Wonder if my stock block would take a Red HTA and 2.2 bar lol
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Old 31-08-2010, 13:10   #24
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Wonder if my stock block would take a Red HTA and 2.2 bar lol
possibly will as long as the torques progressive
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Old 31-08-2010, 13:15   #25
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Wonder if my stock block would take a Red HTA and 2.2 bar lol
Try it and let us know

It's nice to see so many standard engines around the 400/400 mark. I'll be having my 260 mapped sometime in the near future, hoping to finish somewhere around the 360 mark so this thread has given me some peace of mind.
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Old 31-08-2010, 13:20   #26
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I prefer the 450-480/400 mark than the 400/400.
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Old 31-08-2010, 13:24   #27
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Wonder if my stock block would take a Red HTA and 2.2 bar lol
It will depend on the level of agressiveness of your map. Mine is not. But I think 2,2b (probably at 4500-5000) ends on a huge torque, wich is no good for your rods.
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Old 31-08-2010, 13:34   #28
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Lol 550bhp on a stock VI engine would be a (short-lived) record !
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Old 31-08-2010, 14:47   #29
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My specs to add to the list:
1. 447.4 bhp 397 lb/ft
2. Been running that power since November 2008 and covered 16,000 miles
3. 100% a road car with a couple of road races, 0-150's and top speed runs
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5. Stock blocked Evo IX with TT S209 turbo (@1.8bar)

I'm also still running the standard Mitsubishi Clutch to throw into the mix.

Here is my graph, note the fast spool.



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Lol 550bhp on a stock VI engine would be a (short-lived) record !


You can get 560HP at 7.700 rpm with only 376 lb-ft. I think It's not that bad at all. Why short-lived?

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