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New numbers as of last weekend. FBO/Type S Oil Pump/E85/Port&Polished RBC

I do offer port and polishing services for RBC's (message me for details)

#javituned is the best with these cars. Haven't seen a higher hp stock longblock z7 down here as of yet.
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I like dyno numbers. I do.

But show me some 1/4 times. Thatll make me a believer!! Even if you're a horrible driver,the numbers will speak for themselves.(trap speed etc.....)
 

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I like dyno numbers. I do.

But show me some 1/4 times. Thatll make me a believer!! Even if you're a horrible driver,the numbers will speak for themselves.(trap speed etc.....)
I don't really care about track numbers, my car isn't set up for the track, it's set up for the street.

Have beat stage 2 e85 wrx and full bolt on, gutted full bolt on 8th gen si e85, gutted and cut full bolt on type s rsx and a handful of bolt on 10th gens.
 

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does our valvetrain hold up with 8k redline?
It does with the Type S oil pump. I actually have a ported 4piston oil pump.
The stock pump can't keep up at high rpm but making the switch changes that
 

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It does with the Type S oil pump. I actually have a ported 4piston oil pump.
The stock pump can't keep up at high rpm but making the switch changes that
Gotcha. I thought the springs and valves couldn't handle the rev range. I'm going to eventually rebuild my motor when I push more boost, and wanted to safely rev to 8k.
 
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