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Old 06-23-2010, 03:26 PM   #1
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IPS TT Kit -- 795HP on STOCK LS3!!

We completed tuning today on our prototype Twin-turbo Kit and even in the 90+ degree heat and 80%+ humidity the car made 663rwhp and 649 ft/lbs on pump gas and 8psi. Properly corrected (SAE) the car actually made 689rwhp but even that number is a bit off due to the extreme heat in the shop (Dyno graphs show it was 96 degrees lol). It is no secret how Turbo / FI cars hate heat so we plan on doing a final pull or two in "Normal" conditions if the opportunity presents itself this week.

At just 5psi the car made 581rwhp and 564 ft/lbs in "Valet" or base-boost mode and then we followed that up with the 8psi pulls today. We didn't push the car in terms of any further peak numbers due to the rough conditions in the shop today but some timing tweaks really bumped the torque in the mid-range a substantial amount.

The 8psi graph is here:


The 8psi graph as compared to stock is here:



The 8psi graph compared to the 5psi graph is here:



Here is an interesting graph showing the "Lag" or spool-up similarities between our Twin-turbo Kit at 8psi and a Cammed / Header / D1 Procharged 2010 SS 6-speed also running 8psi:




Here is a graph comparing the TT kit to a BIG heads/cam car with a FAST and all the usual bolt-ons:




I am working on getting the actual kit pics off the camera and pricing and options and such up this week as well. In the mean-time I wanted to get the graphs posted and info on what is included in the kit posted up. The "Basics" of the kit are as follows:

1. Garrett / Tial Turbos (Your choice of GT3076R / GT3582R / GT3586R) all come standard Ball-bearing and only option is a Billet / HTA upgrade. All three turbo options are the same price so up to a 62mm wheel is "Standard".
2. Tial V-band housings in 1.03 or 1.06 A/R standard.
3. Garrett compressor covers featuring 4" inlets standard.
4. 4" Thick Bar & Plate FMIC Core.
5. Tial 44mm WG's and Tial "Q" Blow-off Valve.
6. 304 Stainless hot-side tubing.
7. Aluminum cold-side tubing.
8. Aluminum Intake Tubing to K&N Filters.
9. 3" Stainless downpipes to 3" or 2.5" exhaust.
10. Vac block & PCV / Catch-can included.
11. Oil return pump and timer.
12. Upper / Lower intercooler deflectors
13. Polished aluminum charge-pipe (Can be powdercoated as well)
14. EV14 91Lb Injectors and NEW MSD Boost-a-Pump

I am sure there is more but you get the idea...

Pics to come and will be added with the graphs here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ipsmoto...7624216913609/
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Old 06-23-2010, 03:44 PM   #2
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Edit: What turbo was used on this test?
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Old 06-23-2010, 03:51 PM   #3
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Edit: What turbo was used on this test?
GT3582R's w/ 1.03 A/R
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Old 06-23-2010, 03:54 PM   #4
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I remember seeing this setup being made when I got my car dyno tuned there.... very sick setup.

I may trade my motor for a stock ls3 just to get my hands on one of these kits this winter....
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:10 PM   #5
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Kit says it comes with a boost a pump... do you need one to run the low 5 psi?
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:11 PM   #6
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This is the best resulting kit I've seen so far for Camaros. Top notch components and from the result, it looks well engineered.
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:13 PM   #7
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Kit says it comes with a boost a pump... do you need one to run the low 5 psi?
It's good to keep the fuel pressure up but I don't care much for BAP, when it burnt two of my fuel pumps (That was the fault of the installer setting voltage too high);
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Jeff, how do you control the boost, via WG spring? So you provide different springs or Boost controller?
Don't forget pic of FMIC.
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The results for this kit look great! Very impressive.

Is the 795 hp number at the crank when the kit is running 8 psi?
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Old 06-23-2010, 04:22 PM   #10
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Jeff, how do you control the boost, via WG spring? So you provide different springs or Boost controller?
Don't forget pic of FMIC.
You love you some FMIC's.
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The results for this kit look great! Very impressive.

Is the 795 hp number at the crank when the kit is running 8 psi?
These are all RWHP/RWTQ
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It's good to keep the fuel pressure up but I don't care much for BAP, when it burnt two of my fuel pumps (That was the fault of the installer setting voltage too high);
We have the standard dual pump drop in (CTSV) dual intake setup for those whom do not wish to use a BAP and to have a 800hp capable fuel system. However it is our opinion that the most obvious solution to increase fuel flow rate for this increase in horsepower output is initially to add a BAP.

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You love you some FMIC's.
It's more of a Concern than love!
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Jeff, how do you control the boost, via WG spring? So you provide different springs or Boost controller?
Don't forget pic of FMIC.
This car it is controlled by WG spring but you can easily add in a boost controller. Most would probably just leave it at 8psi but if you wanted a base spring at the 5psi mark and add in a controller to bump it to 6-8psi from inside the car that is no problem at all

Oh, and once our revised deflector is finished I will post up a few FMIC pics.
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The results for this kit look great! Very impressive.

Is the 795 hp number at the crank when the kit is running 8 psi?
This is a crank corrected number we calculated, to have for those benchmarking these systems. Other companies prefer to market crank so we felt it was necessary (however not our position) to minimally advertise this information.

I however could care less about crank numbers, its what is at the tire However we are producing both of the best gains on the market in both, crank and wheel horsepower

For those who also would like to chat live about this product / kit please use my instant messenger (aol) ipsbrandonw

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Oh, and once our revised deflector is finished I will post up a few FMIC pics.
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I read the word "deflector" as part of the list which I liked, because it can scoop and ram more air towards the IC. Am I correct? Something like this?
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I read the word "deflector" as part of the list which I liked, because it can scoop and ram more air towards the IC. Am I correct? Something like this?
In function yes , very similar, in design for this chassis quiet a bit different .

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In function yes , very similar, in design for this chassis quiet a bit different .

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Yes, that's what I meant... by function!
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This is a crank corrected number we calculated, to have for those benchmarking these systems. Other companies prefer to market crank so we felt it was necessary (however not our position) to minimally advertise this information.

I however could care less about crank numbers, its what is at the tire However we are producing both of the best gains on the market in both, crank and wheel horsepower

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Thanks for the response. I like your thinking!
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Stock cam? If so, this is quite impressive....
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Stock cam? If so, this is quite impressive....
Stock heads, stock cam, stock block, and stock clutch

Only mods are what came with the TT kit and the Borla axle-back that was already on it. The car doesn't even have 700 miles on it yet lol.
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That's about 35hp per pound of boost. You can't argue with the effeciency of the turbos. WOW...
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Stock heads, stock cam, stock block, and stock clutch

Only mods are what came with the TT kit and the Borla axle-back that was already on it. The car doesn't even have 700 miles on it yet lol.
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