این سوپرشارژ رو دوست دارم با اتانول برای بالای ۳۰۰bhp و از Eaton TVS 1320 استفاده میکنه . منحنی تورک رو ببینید زیر ۳۰۰۰ دور که تعطیله اما بعدش تا اخر ۷۲۰۰ دور فلت میره جلو.
Test Vehicle – 2013 6MT FRS
Fuel : Chevron 92 Octane Pump
Mods : Rev Works UEL Header, Perrin 2.5 Inch Catback Exhaust
One of the first things you’ll notice on the dyno chart (and feel) is the instant response of power and torque down low.
Having spent a couple of days driving the vehicle around, I have to say that it was more than a pleasant experience. Nothing felt harsh- nor was meant to be; no head-snapping turbo-styled-torque-kicking-in of the sorts and still, plenty of subtle power on tap. As the RPMs climb, you get a sense of urgency as you approach redline. Shift and you’re greeted with a rush coupled with a tingling sensation that’s sure to put a smile on your face!
I’m invigorated by the product and it’s been awhile since I’ve been excited to be honest! One can only imagine how even more formidable this platform would be if used with a mild final drive / R&P change (say 4.557?) The results both on the the street and track is certain to enlighten (and improve) both serious and weekend road course drivers alike. With the aforementioned super efficient heat exchanger, you’re guaranteed more endurance than with the other kits.
تو نمودارهای زیر میتونید مقایسه کنید فرق منحنی تورک سانتریفیوژ رو با روت ایتون :
I was able to break the 300WHP mark but my calibration would have been a tad aggressive for 92 Octane, and clearly – this kit is capable of blurring the lines between the constant Turbo and SC debate!
I can see the range below 2600RPM being an area of contention where the SC unit starts to spool, but that’s not an issue for us as we generally have cooler climates and have better fuel (92 vs 91), though we are running single digit ignition numbers in that area to prevent any knock.