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Old 30-08-2010, 05:51   #1
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List your MAX bhp/torque running on standard blocks here

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
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5. Stock blocked evo IX with TT S205 turbo (@1.7bar) running 50/50 water/meth injection (see my car for full spec)

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Old 30-08-2010, 10:47   #2
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your a brave man andy with that power!

I am running similar power on a std X block.
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Old 30-08-2010, 10:49   #3
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1.9 bar peak, holding about 1.7 to the red line, with gsc s1 cams and geek map. Evo 8 260 engine

dont know the figures, but i am tempted to push it further

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Old 30-08-2010, 11:03   #4
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396/400 peaking at 1,8 bar

Been like that for 3 years and 17k miles so far!
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Old 30-08-2010, 21:07   #5
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full stock evo 5 engine turbo and cams.graphs in "my car"jan 07 and nov 07.2 different tunes.320/300,mat at trl and 310/330,russ paton all atw.2 5/8 " exhaust with 100 cel sport cat.pfc l-jet.such a long time ago

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5. Stock blocked evo IX with TT S205 turbo (@1.7bar) running 50/50 water/meth injection (see my car for full spec)

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Old 08-10-2019, 13:33   #7
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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. 380bhp, 390 lbs/ft.
2. Only been on this since April.
3. Road car at present, hopefully some tracks next year.
4. Cpp, Gaz/Andy Fox.
5. Evo 6 block, forged rods, standard pistons. Flowed head (SGR Ireland), Ctec front pipe including modular, Russ Fellows from decat back. Standard tme turbo and standard inlet with HKS filter, Evo 9 BOV.

Evo 9 80 series turbo going on next. May need bigger injectors, at 90% duty.
Mapped on a Dastek RR, so quite conservative.
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Old 30-08-2010, 21:13   #8
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Im running a peak boost of 1.9 and dropping to 1.74ish at red line
Was mapped in January of this year i think (to peak 1.8 at the time)
Mapped by Andy Fox
Only road use
FP green turbo
No probs at all
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Old 30-08-2010, 21:24   #9
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will be following this with intrest i guess its the same with all the forums for the various marques of cars but (i've moved over from a tuned 94' wrx,totally standard block/heads etc....don't shoot !!) there are always people saying oohhh no,no more than xxx amount bhp on stock engine/gearbox.
people were saying your pushing your luck with 330ish on an early wrx engine with even less on the stock gearbox !!! i got mine upto 382hp/361lbft and didn't ever have an ounce of bother and not over 420ish hp on a newage sti
i remember a post from a lad with an sti 8 who had a 100% e85 map on stock engine with bolt ons etc. and it made 550/500. don't know how long it lasted but he said it was awesome.
sorry for going on about subaru's but i don't post a great deal on here and its intresting for me to see peoples results before i get mine mapped

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Old 31-08-2010, 00:43   #10
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EVO VI fp red 2 bar + supporting mods since Christmas. Before that, three years on a Green at 1,8 bar (11.000 miles).
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Old 31-08-2010, 07:52   #11
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EVO VI fp red 2 bar + supporting mods since Christmas. Before that, three years on a Green at 1,8 bar (11.000 miles).
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?
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Old 31-08-2010, 08:17   #12
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Yes, standard internals.

I don't have a dyno plot, but I get 360HP to the wheels on my Gtech. This is about 470 at the fly. When I boost the car at 1 bar (AVCR mode Off) I get 250 HP at the wheels.

The car has exhaust, decat, full race tubular manifold, walbro, spark plugs, spark plug ingnition wires, 1000 c.c inyectors, Power FC D-Jetro (working with de the AVCR boost sensor), Apexi AVCR, PlX 500 (AFR, EGT), ...

A lot of guys in the USA do this. The key is not to get a massive peak torque at 4000-5000 and keep the standard rpm limit.

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Old 31-08-2010, 09:36   #13
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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, 11:52   #14
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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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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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