Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by DJQ, Dec 24, 2003.
hehe, I got a whole series of pics of that motor. Quad turbo
Yea, I have a few, can't remember what it's out of though??
Thats the motor they took out of my 91 civic. Built it myself. Dynoed at 160 whp.
Fuck... that should lay down some nice #'s.
2,139 hp @9000 rpm
1,349 Tq @7500 rpm
with 25 lbs of boost.
At least the numbers are weighted like a honda. Almost twice as much HP as Torque.
what aircraft did they swipe that from?
RPM Power (hp) Torque (lb-ft) Boost (psi)
5,500 1,168 1,115 24
6,000 1,364 1,194 24
6,500 1,554 1,256 24
7,000 1,731 1,299 24
7,500 1,926 1,349 25
8,000 2,002 1,313 25
8,500 2,083 1,287 25
9,000 2,139 1,248 25
9,500 2,105 1,164 25
Sick... Sick.... That's just...... sick.
Man., . . . I thought people forgot about this thing, it was like half a year ago it was around.
Motor is for a Camaro, and the guy that did this fabrication/work is only like 30 years old or something. Its an amazing job, and EXCELLENT customized work. . . . who cares how the thing works, it can hold its own just for being a work of art.
Pretty sick, no replacement for displacement.
Love to hear the blow off valve on that bizznatch!
this is a quad turbo motor running 25lbs of boost.... probably not the best motor to illustrate your argument
Sick! Quad Turbonetics BOV's with a direct connection on each intercooler. I'd love to hear that fucker spool up and then blow off.
It isn't an argument, its a fact. Its a quad turbo big block making over 2000hp. Turbo small motor, get "...."hp, turbo big motor, get more, always.
that much is obvious, but a turbo can be a replacement for displacement in terms of a turbo 4 vs na 8
I see your point, take a 4 cyl vs a v8, the v8 will win, bigger displacement.. But turbo the smaller motor and it will smoke the V8, to technically, it IS a replacement for displacment, since it will have more power.. But of course if you turbo the V8 as well it will have bigger gains..
True, you can make size, or airflow with a turbo on a smaller motor to match output of a big motor, but as you said, do the same to the big motor...