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Junior666@ttcreations

How Much Wheel Hp Are You 2011 + Guys Running On Stock Nag1?

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Curious too, along with is it a DD or track car and how many miles under that power?

 

I was at 523rwhp for 14k before my engine trouble and my new block will have a lot more available.

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Well, it was handling 515RWHP.520TQ on my Arrington motor but as soon as I attempted a 175 shot in second gear on the street, the shifting was not happening

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Seems like I have always heard 550 rwhp. When I got the blower to actually function on mine at Arrington, I went right to the SHR Viking, I didn't want to fuck with it at a later date. :)

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None, you will break pistons lol


I had the D1 at 11 psi down at AMP and it was 613 rwhp I think. Supposedly the cometic gaskets dropped the compression a bit, not sure to what.

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AMP has a Mustang dyno I believe.

 

Just looked at my dyno sheet from Challengerfest last year. Dynojet, that was stock pistons and P1 at around 8 psi was 545 rwhp.

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Not sure exactly what you are asking. Does the test vehicle have a built transmission? The 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT has the 8 speed doesn't it? Not sure what that can handle.

 

If you are saying that it should be mentioned the NAG1, if equipped, should be upgraded for longevity, I would say yes.

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Not sure exactly what you are asking. Does the test vehicle have a built transmission? The 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT has the 8 speed doesn't it? Not sure what that can handle.

 

If you are saying that it should be mentioned the NAG1, if equipped, should be upgraded for longevity, I would say yes.

Its a 2012 test Jeep and has built trans.

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lol you are def a character chris. Love how you take this to another forum because you feel threatened by us and our system, i can understand where youre coming from though, I'd be scared too if another company launched a forced induction kit for our market that was going to take away from our wallets. But hey, that's business...nothing will stop that.

 

You don't think we recommend certain things and supporting mods when our customers place their orders with us for anything?

 

Hey Goehner, Procharger states up to 620 whp at 7 psi on an otherwise stock challenger 392, with the system you have. Does that mean you will make exactly that? Results vary right?

 

Chris, do you state in your twin kit sale threads that if people buy your overpriced kit that they must buy a motor and trans and fuel system? There's a reason why you don't have very many kits out there...In the one month that we've released our single kit for the wk1, we've sold more kits than you have for the WK1 since you started contracting hellbent to build your kits.

 

Does magnuson, procharger, kenne bell, whipple, vortech, Edelbrock or any other reputable forced induction manufacturer in this world state in their advertisements that they highly recommend upgrading your transmission when purchasing their kits for the lx/lc/wk market? Hell they don't even tell you that when you purchase direct from them.

 

 

You start drinking again or something chris?

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Every customer that calls about this kit is told about the trans upgrade options and if they want them they get them. We offer both SHR and Paramonunt Performance.

 

Regarding the pistons...we put a punishing 3000+ miles on the vehicle while in testing and tuning phase and as you can see, not a single broken stock piston to be seen. Johan must have made over 30 revisions to the tune before we were happy with the results and multiple trips to the dyno to prove the what the kit can do.

 

If people are looking for more hp, then we have options ready for them too...4.10 bore cp pisons for the 392, these are what we're installing in Jim's wk2 along with molnar rods, and all new higher grade internals from top to bottom including a custom vvt blower cam.

 

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Hey Goehner, Procharger states up to 620 whp at 7 psi on an otherwise stock challenger 392, with the system you have. Does that mean you will make exactly that? Results vary right?

Not really sure how I got on the middle of this, but I will play. Not for a fucking second do I believe that a P1 on a stock 392 at 7 psi will put out 600 rwhp. I already laughed at the local guys here who told me their dyno numbers from Procharger when they had a few of the first kits put on. And I am a fanboy of the guys at Procharger, trust me.

 

Have you done it? If you say so, I am not calling anyone a liar, but my max at 8 psi was 545 and I think AJ might know a thing or two about tuning.

 

On the AMP dyno, D1, Johan tuning at 11 psi I got 613 or 622, don't remember exactly.

 

If you are getting that out of it, great, you should become a vendor here and sell the shit out of them :) You know my email.

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Back to the matter at hand here...shown below is a link to the ttc base kit. Where it shows all the details of the kit and what's included along with a dyno sheet showing 1134whp/963ftlbs where it says standard kit next to that.

 

http://twinturbocreations.com/ttc/products/twin-turbo-grand-cherokee-srt8-kit/

 

No where on that page does it state that the customer has a built motor, fuel system, trans, or other supporting modifications nor does it state anywhere on that page that to achieve these levels you will need to highly modify your vehicle with upgraded parts. Sounds like false advertisement if you ask me. The unsuspecting customer who buys the kit not knowing these details is in for an extremely expensive surprise after he tries to make those kind of numbers.

 

So, what was the purpose of you starting this thread again Chris??

 

 

 

 

 

Goehner, I was simply stating that in their testing, they made 620whp. Results vary though and you know more than anyone what it takes to get to where youre at. In our testing with the d1 just shy of 7psi we made 598whp after our final revisions, hell we made 555ish at the tires at the same boost level the first day of tuning down at AMP too. Regarding the vendorship, I was going to contact you about that this week actually lol

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