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    Expected power? 2jz vvti

    Hi lads,

    Im just looking for a rough figure for myself. Seems every site i check has a different answer.

    Im currently doing a 2jzgte vvti aristo swap into my 94 sz manual.

    The spec im running.

    2001 2jzgte vvti
    Fmic
    Hks air filter
    Hks exhaust system
    Double decat
    Restrictor ring

    What kind of power will i be expecting to run?

    Thanks.
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    98 Skyline R33 GTR spec 3
    2019 Hyundai i30N

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    Every car is different, you cant predict the output, and if you went to 3 different dyno's you'd get 3 different results. Just enjoy it for what it is But you can knock 10HP off for that induction kit
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    The thing is, im not chasing after power. The parts i had listed above i either obtained because they were available at the time or at the right price. Im thinking about the poor w58 that ill have to make do with for the next 2 years lol.
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    Anywhere from 280hp to 400hp.

    I would do your research and complete your list of BPU items then get the car dynoed.

    Modifications like afr gauge and boost gauge are also worth including. To ensure you aren't ruining the cars easiest parameters that contribute to your engine tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kearney View Post
    Hi lads,

    Im just looking for a rough figure for myself. Seems every site i check has a different answer.

    Im currently doing a 2jzgte vvti aristo swap into my 94 sz manual.

    The spec im running.

    2001 2jzgte vvti
    Fmic
    Hks air filter
    Hks exhaust system
    Double decat
    Restrictor ring

    What kind of power will i be expecting to run?

    Thanks.
    Healthy engine should make 400ish up, my dyno at bpu
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    Cheers. Forgot to mention ive fitted a walbro fuel pump too. Ill finish the job off and take it from there.
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    98 Skyline R33 GTR spec 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelboyne View Post
    Healthy engine should make 400ish up, my dyno at bpu
    Agreed have seen them make 400 all day long with those mods.

    I don’t think the vvti need to use a restriction ring.
    98 VVTI TT TIP - BPU

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    With boost raised to 1,2bar you'd be looking at 400ish BHP. but that'll vary from dyno to dyno.

    Remember to run colder plugs if your upping the boost and you'll need a fuel cut defender also.

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    Depends on dyno and how its setup
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