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 Post subject: Re: Project 400rwkw - How would you do it?
Posted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:40 pm 
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The Judge wrote:
vevapower wrote:
DRHEMI wrote:
Branchy from http://www.bulletperformanceracing.com.au

2001 FPV GS Ute (Not a GT)
Engine: STD No Mods
Exhaust: STD No Mods
Trans: STD No Mods
Diff: STD No Mods
Suspention: STD No Mods
Air Induction: K&N
ECU : BPR470 Tune

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Only been at the drags once at the 2011 Aff Drag Nats

Best Run
Reaction Time: 0.7181
60' 1.7552
330' 4.8709
660' 7.4852
660' Speed 92.71mph
1000' 9.7258
ET 11.6378 @ 118.08mph

Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w23VHpttuHo

GS315 Stock Tune - Stock Filter 262.3 rwkw
GT335 Stock Tune - Stock Filter 284.3 rwkw
BPR Tune 9psi - Stock Filter 330.1 rwkw
BPR Tune 9psi - K&N Filter 350.5 rwkw
BPR Tune 9.2psi - Peak 9.5psi - K&N Filter 375.7 rwkw
BPR Tune 9.5psi - Peak 10.0psi - K&N Filter 398.0 rwkw

All dyno sheets and info here http://bpracing.com.au/Ford-FG-FPV%20GS%20GT.html


Dyno Dynamic's numbers are always 30 - 40 kw over! with a 1.7 60 ft and 398 rwkws it should have done a 10.7! so I doubt that this car truely has 398 kws!


This is true but it could have that power easy and not be able to put it down properly. My car supposedly made less than that but ran the number no issues. A lot more to it before you can say someones dyno reading is not right but still, dyno's mean jack and you're right, they do vary. Still 20 kw here or there that's a respectable figure in that car and would be fun as hell to drive.


He put the power down that's obvious with the 1.7 60ft time but he's about 10 mph down ET MPH which you know the tell tale signs of HP. So i'm thinking more like 350 - 360 kw and no where near 400! my 2 cents anyway i mean i ran 129 mph and i had 380 rwkws!
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 Post subject: Re: Project 400rwkw - How would you do it?
Posted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:13 pm 
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vevapower wrote:
The Judge wrote:
vevapower wrote:
DRHEMI wrote:
Branchy from http://www.bulletperformanceracing.com.au

2001 FPV GS Ute (Not a GT)
Engine: STD No Mods
Exhaust: STD No Mods
Trans: STD No Mods
Diff: STD No Mods
Suspention: STD No Mods
Air Induction: K&N
ECU : BPR470 Tune

Image

Only been at the drags once at the 2011 Aff Drag Nats

Best Run
Reaction Time: 0.7181
60' 1.7552
330' 4.8709
660' 7.4852
660' Speed 92.71mph
1000' 9.7258
ET 11.6378 @ 118.08mph

Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w23VHpttuHo

GS315 Stock Tune - Stock Filter 262.3 rwkw
GT335 Stock Tune - Stock Filter 284.3 rwkw
BPR Tune 9psi - Stock Filter 330.1 rwkw
BPR Tune 9psi - K&N Filter 350.5 rwkw
BPR Tune 9.2psi - Peak 9.5psi - K&N Filter 375.7 rwkw
BPR Tune 9.5psi - Peak 10.0psi - K&N Filter 398.0 rwkw

All dyno sheets and info here http://bpracing.com.au/Ford-FG-FPV%20GS%20GT.html


Dyno Dynamic's numbers are always 30 - 40 kw over! with a 1.7 60 ft and 398 rwkws it should have done a 10.7! so I doubt that this car truely has 398 kws!


This is true but it could have that power easy and not be able to put it down properly. My car supposedly made less than that but ran the number no issues. A lot more to it before you can say someones dyno reading is not right but still, dyno's mean jack and you're right, they do vary. Still 20 kw here or there that's a respectable figure in that car and would be fun as hell to drive.


He put the power down that's obvious with the 1.7 60ft time but he's about 10 mph down ET MPH which you know the tell tale signs of HP. So i'm thinking more like 350 - 360 kw and no where near 400! my 2 cents anyway i mean i ran 129 mph and i had 380 rwkws!


Could of been sloppy gear changes? Lots of factors add into a slow end speed / time. s**t, you could easily have the power but if you change to early / late you waste precious time.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Project 400rwkw - How would you do it?
Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:32 pm 
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Ride: Bionic BA MkII XR6

Power: 175 rwkw

Location: Perth
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So how much fun is driving a GS ? :)

 

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 Post subject: Re: Project 400rwkw - How would you do it?
Posted: Mon Nov 21, 2011 5:20 pm 
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Power: 315 rwkw

Location: Under the flight path of incoming packpackers
NSW, Australia

400wkws is easy for an FG F6

Xforce 4inch turbo back exhaust
Rapidsystems V2 intercooler/intake/battery relocation
Turbo wastage porting & actuator
Rapidsystems HD Valve Springs
Seimens 80lb injectors
Plazmaman Billet surge tank & 044 pump
SCT Xcal3 & custom tune

$9900

Drive in drive out at Crescent Motorsport Sydney

If your a half decent driver you can run low 11s like mr Veva above, or tens on MTs

To go 450s - uprade turbo comp wheel & housing, Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump
and E85 tune... add $xxx
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