With that kind of setup, running 16-18psi you should be able to see close to 280HP.
Head bolts up, you can cross drill if you but it makes the head crack more!utah_pure said:thanks it helps a bit. But here is what else I want to know...
My car is the stock t-1 now so thats 146bhp right?
Now I have the t-2 head(will I need to get it cross drilled or anything to work correct on the t1 block?) t1 is all stock seems to run good I was thinking put on t-2 top end, One piece blow thru intake,52 MM throttle body,dsm side mount Ic,t2 turbo(whats the difference between the t1 turbo and the t2?)+20's,Mopar Performance stage 2 comp which is 14 psi,the bigger exhaust, g valve, 3 inch swingvalve, and ported manifolds. and timed to about 14 degree's
and I will be doing the suspension as well with shelby z parts...
and I also will be using royal pruple for the juice. with what I just listed what do you think I would have to the wheels? and TQ?
or would it be best to buy cindy's taft s3 kit?
or the mp super 60 setup?
which is best/ and or most effecient?
utah_pure said:so performance wise there is nothing to gain from the turbo off the t-2? is that right?
Hmm in that case I will just use a s60 off the tbirds...
and so would it be better to just buy the mopar s60 cam and ic and turbo?
and whats wrong with the comp?
i was thinking the other day.... can you without using a computer.... use the output from the o2 sensor to control the fuel pressure???turbovanman said:The S60 computer has no oxygen sensor input and its open loop, good for power but not very streetable!
No, the oxygen sensor does not control fuel pressure, it tells the computer how much oxgyen is in the exhaust and the computer compensates the fuel mixture and toggles the sensor to create 14.7:1 in closed looped.ke6960 said:i was thinking the other day.... can you without using a computer.... use the output from the o2 sensor to control the fuel pressure???
does that make sence??... completly stock the computer controls the fuel pressure right?? and it takes the o2 sensors output to help regulate it right??
so could you use the voltage from the o2 sensor to help control it?? or are too many different things involved and you would in effect be building a computer?? (if for instance what your talking about with the super 60 computer not taking that into acount)
No... vac/ boost reference (ie. the vaccuum line) controls fuel pressure. The computer, based on programmed "tables" controls injector pulsewidth. Basically how long each one sprays for each cycle. The computer takes info from several sensors, tps, iat, map, etc. and then fits all the info into a "curve". The computer never actually "sees" what the real time fuel pressure is, it just knows what it was programmed for.does that make sence??... completly stock the computer controls the fuel pressure right?? and it takes the o2 sensors output to help regulate it right??