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Old 09-01-2013, 12:09 PM   #1

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Drives: 08' F250 Diesel & 10' Camaro 2SS
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TVS 2300 efficiency range RPM, pulley size, and engine size

I would like to discuss the TVS 2300 efficiency on different engine sizes and pulley configurations. I don't want to discuss cam and headers sizes as we know this will vary. I am more interested in blower speed and pulley sizes. Not even really boost so much as heads,cam and others can change this.

I am looking to do an engine build next year and was leaning towards a 416 but I want to keep the TVS 2300 for awhile, and then upgrade to a centri or turbo. I more than likely am set on 10.2-10.5 compression. I have heard that some say the 2300 has issues on larger CI engines producing track times and I want to know where it falls off and why.

I will post some graphs from TVS and we can discuss and see what we come up with.

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08' F250 CCSB 6.4L Diesel White & Black, Blacked out, 580RWHP @ 55psi 13.21 @ 101mph
10' Camaro 2SS LS3 M6 White & Black, Blacked out, 684 RWHP & 633 FT.LBS @ 10psi 10.82@130mph
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