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Old 09-10-2013, 12:32 PM   #26
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We ran mine restricted and unrestricted, but different levels of boost. I need to find a comparative example as I did not think my 664 torque was too bad, but I would like to see the ramp in as well

Where is Matt on meth to help? We know this is the stuff you like

You sir are already at the impeller speed limit, so no more changing pulleys for you until you trade that 1500 in for the YSi. 664 is very good. Doug and I tried the 3.00" pulley on my car when we were testing, we found that it made a bunch of heat and no additional power, plus we were thousands over the max impeller speed.

We made in the stock bottom I think 707 or 717rwtq (800rwhp) through automatic and using the YSi using the restrictor plate design at 16.5psi upstairs. (However, we were spinning about 69k rpms on the YSi)
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Old 09-10-2013, 01:11 PM   #27
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Damn Matt now once again I'm gonna start over thinking that restrictor plate and see if its worth having for the meantime
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Old 09-10-2013, 02:21 PM   #28
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You sir are already at the impeller speed limit, so no more changing pulleys for you until you trade that 1500 in for the YSi. 664 is very good. Doug and I tried the 3.00" pulley on my car when we were testing, we found that it made a bunch of heat and no additional power, plus we were thousands over the max impeller speed.

We made in the stock bottom I think 707 or 717rwtq (800rwhp) through automatic and using the YSi using the restrictor plate design at 16.5psi upstairs. (However, we were spinning about 69k rpms on the YSi)
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Thank you for clarifying. Ysi, your funny.

What about the torque ramp in? Would the restrictor support more torque at a lower Rpm?
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Old 09-10-2013, 03:34 PM   #29
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Reading this makes me want to raise my boost to 11-12 psi
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