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Old 02-18-2013, 05:17 PM   #21
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We've been doing turbine housing wastegate mounts for ten years with great success on a variety of platforms.

Kit's are good to go for in house install and tune's!
Nice! So I get a ride next week?
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:48 PM   #22
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We've been doing turbine housing wastegate mounts for ten years with great success on a variety of platforms.

Kit's are good to go for in house install and tune's!
I did one on my 530whp 2.2L Plymouth Horizon back in the day as well! It worked for GM with the grand national platform. I hope you didn't read my comment as negative, I think you guys have a great looking manifold/parts. We were going for a design to maximize transient response and bottom end power. Your turbine-mounted wg refreshed my memory of my Horizon's setup and solved our boost creep issues as well!

I look forward to some built motor, high boost E85 builds this year from multiple shops.

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Old 02-19-2013, 05:42 PM   #24
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Thanks guys! We are humbled by your interest.

All the best Mike, Kenton, everyone.
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nice work FSR. excited to see the kit in action
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:23 PM   #26
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Saw the work that FSR has been doing lately and I'm very impressed! Best ProEFI install bar none...can't even find it lol.
I encourage anyone in the area to stop by and check their shop out...great guys and great work.
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^^^ I agree. Met the FSR guys today. Great guys. Clean shop. And that tubi mani, ftw.
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:26 PM   #28
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:07 AM   #29
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I would love to see dyno runs, on an independent dyno.

FSR vs. HPF

Whats the spool difference?

Power difference?

HPF manifold is a semi-tubular desing, FSR is a complete tubular design. I am curious.
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I won't have back to back comparison but Sound Performance will be dumping my car with the FSR manifold next week most likely so we can compare with my steed speed setup as the only major engine mod I changed is the exhaust manifold so the dynos should show a decent comparison
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I would love to see dyno runs, on an independent dyno.

FSR vs. HPF

Whats the spool difference?

Power difference?

HPF manifold is a semi-tubular desing, FSR is a complete tubular design. I am curious.
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I won't have back to back comparison but Sound Performance will be dumping my car with the FSR manifold next week most likely so we can compare with my steed speed setup as the only major engine mod I changed is the exhaust manifold so the dynos should show a decent comparison
Cant u do a dyno run before the install and log it ?
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Too late the FSR manifold is already installed and they just got the os giken install kit from hpf so sometime this week SP should have some results!
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Cant u do a dyno run before the install and log it ?
Bro, we may look for similar dyno graphs. Similar to Tom's old setup and then compare.
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Bro, we may look for similar dyno graphs. Similar to Tom's old setup and then compare.
Well bro u know I have been waitin for a long time to get my hands on a tubular manifold but I really wanna see some numbers first BTW we have started the fuel surge kit and twin 044 install BTW I just saw that u got urself one

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Well bro u know I have been waitin for a long time to get my hands on a tubular manifold but I really wanna see some numbers first BTW we have started the fuel surge kit and twin 044 install BTW I just saw that u got urself one
Bro, good luck with the surge kit. Will hit your dyno to see what the single 67 mm does on dynamics
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Bro, good luck with the surge kit. Will hit your dyno to see what the single 67 mm does on dynamics
Let me know when ,it is ur dyno 2 buddy
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prov - u switch to a 67mm?
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Nope still on my billet 7168
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