625@26psi FWD KA-T

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625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by ALTKAT96 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:10 am

I finally got my KA-T back up and running after almost 4 years, did some dyno tunning last Thurdays and made 625@ 26psi with a conservative tune on E85. My goal of 700hp was cut short by my PTE 6765 billet which started making noise after a few dyno runs so I decided to leave it at that(turbo ended up crapping out last Sunday @ ATco raceway). I will slap on an old 70MM cast wheel turbo I have laying around so I can keep dailing the car in at the track.

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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by supakat » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:20 am

Nice work. Keep it up.
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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by s14fiend » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:06 am

Nice work.... any videos ripping up on EVOs or other cars? What does the car weigh in at?

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Post by ALTKAT96 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:36 am

s14fiend wrote:Nice work.... any videos ripping up on EVOs or other cars? What does the car weigh in at?
Unfortunately don't have any recent videos of the car just old vids from 4 years ago with the old setup.

The car weighed in @2540lbs without me in it when it was a street car, now it should weigh 2400ish and I have more unnecessary stuff to take out of it.

The plans are to going with a bigger turbo and make 800hp+ but I would like to dial the car in with the power it has made so far before I try to make more power.

This thing spun 1st-4th gear on 26x10 slicks last Sunday at the track.
The boost did shoot up to 33 psi on the track for some reason.

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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by s14fiend » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:53 am

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s14fiend wrote:Nice work.... any videos ripping up on EVOs or other cars? What does the car weigh in at?
Unfortunately don't have any recent videos of the car just old vids from 4 years ago with the old setup.

The car weighed in @2540lbs without me in it when it was a street car, now it should weigh 2400ish and I have more unnecessary stuff to take out of it.

The plans are to going with a bigger turbo and make 800hp+ but I would like to dial the car in with the power it has made so far before I try to make more power.

This thing spun 1st-4th gear on 26x10 slicks last Sunday at the track.
The boost did shoot up to 33 psi on the track for some reason.

Damn haha sounds like your going to need some lead to hold that bi*ch down.

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Post by RosadoRacing » Wed Sep 25, 2013 11:54 am

revving it to 8300 your brave! what's trans you using to hold those big tires?

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Post by ALTKAT96 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 12:57 pm

The rev limit is set @ 8500rpm, I also have an ATI 7" damper to help counter act crank vibrations. I'm running a stock style Altima trans with PAR 1-4 dog engagement gears, billet cuff and billet final drive. I also have Quaife diff and a comp twin disc.

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Post by RosadoRacing » Wed Sep 25, 2013 2:30 pm

wow that's a nice set up. so you can shift without engaging the clutch?

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Post by whitenoise » Thu Sep 26, 2013 8:32 pm

not ur typical altima. i would love to see this rip the track in person

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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by sdaigle240 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 8:09 am

thats crazy. nice setup. is precision making good on their poor QC? they're a bunch of tards there if you call up and actually talk to their technical representatives.
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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by Alonso » Fri Sep 27, 2013 10:35 pm

One badass altima! Who said KAs can't rev lol

Are you running some type of ignition box with the denso coils or an oem ignitor?
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Post by ALTKAT96 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:57 am

sdaigle240 wrote:thats crazy. nice setup. is precision making good on their poor QC? they're a bunch of tards there if you call up and actually talk to their technical representatives.
Not sure yet I have to send the turbo back to see what they tell me, can't really complain about the turbo since I've put 3 years of 30psi+ of abuse on it and it has been on both my cars.

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Post by ALTKAT96 » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:58 am

Alonso wrote:One badass altima! Who said KAs can't rev lol

Are you running some type of ignition box with the denso coils or an oem ignitor?
Thanks!!

I'm running an M&W Pro-14 box with these CBR coils.

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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by ALTKAT96 » Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:46 pm

Destroying a brand new COMP twin disc last Saturday, not entirely sure what happened to the clutch yet.
Still went 13.3..lol
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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by Rb26kouki » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:52 am

Nice setup

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Re: 625@26psi FWD KA-T

Post by 2r40b20 » Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:56 pm

What cams are you running to make power to 8.5k rpm? Any headwork? Also Where did you get your ati damper. Does it allow u to run all your accessories?

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