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I haven't and might never hit a dyno. I've just been street tuning my setup.

D16y8 block
d16y8 ported head
blox stage 2 cam
1000cc injectors
Edelbrock performer intake
Ebay cast manifold
3" down pipe
3" strait through full exhaust
Holset hx35
For now running 15 lbs of boost at 4,500 rpms to redline, but will be bumping up to 20 here soon.

Any clue on hp numbers or other close builds that have numbers
 

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Thank you ZC. I'm hoping FarmerD or someone else that has run them personally will step in with a decent dyno pic or two.
 

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I was wondering if it would be worth the money for a twin scroll on my car since it is mainly going to a fun street car/ daily driver and not a track car.
 

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Man that is a HELL of a difference. ...i might just have to build a twin scroll now!
I forgot to tell you to look at the 3rd page. It is a closer representation; here is the dyno sheet.



Edit, this is on a ported z6 IM. Either the turbo is running out, or the IM is becoming a restriction.
 

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I'd guess the intake would be the restriction....it's easy to see if you are backing up flow in an N/A motor, but not sure about how to check an F/I engine without flowing each part. I'd think the turbo would still have room to breath more.

Nice thing about F/I is you can just up the boost to make up from small restrictions.
 
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