Matt's entry level twin kit makes 1170whp @ Palm Beach Dyno

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    Ken just tuned our customer's entry level twin 67mm kit to the tune of 1170whp and 1025wtq on pump E85.

    SAE correction and smoothing on 5. 24psi. FB_IMG_1520057831046.jpg
     
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    Damn 24psi? I guess I never knew it took that much boost for those numbers
     
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    It's SAE correction, and the smoothing is turned way up. Switch it to STD correction (like most do), and turn down the smoothing.. those numbers jump to high 1200's.

    Admittedly though, we're probably about at the limit for the stock manifold based kit. Still, not bad for a $6k kit.
     
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    Built motor I am guessing.
     
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    Strong! Congrats.
     
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    Yes sir! MPR built. Stock head castings (no porting) with springs/retainers, sleeved block, Callies 300m rods, Diamond pistons, and arp everything.
     
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    call me Travis
     
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    I can attest that the car is a beast! Congrats Matt ;)
     
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    Wait... This 67mm tuner kit costs $6k? I wonder how much more went in to get those numbers. I imagine a sizeable fuel system change was needed to support this power.
     
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