rb25det max bhp

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  1. aaronsky

    aaronsky New Member

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    What is the max bhp for a rb25det with stock internals ?
     
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    diamondsink Kyouto Drift

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    400-450 hp imo
     
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    I've been running 462ath for 5yrs now no problem.
     
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    Depends who tunes it (read, how good the tune is).

    Got a few mates running 400hp @ wheels, but I know of many that have gone pop with much less. It's all in the tune.
     
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    reeperR32 Drift-Street-Imports

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    Neo or non neo??
     
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    diamondsink Kyouto Drift

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    The neo is a much better engine. GTR spec rods and model specific pistons. Slighty higher comp ratio. The oil pump drive is the killer. Seen 3 out of four of my mate neo engines die because of oil pump drive failure.
     
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    ran mine at just over 500hp for over a year without a problem was mapped with a rich setup to keep cylinder temps down would definatly agree mapping is very important
     
  8. Stavros

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    Depends how its used too.

    Ragged to fuck on the road, I've had mates ones last at 500-550bhp for years, no worries, with a good map and decent spec.

    Track drifting is way way harder on things though, so it depends if its hard road use and a bit of streeto, or serious track drifting abuse, as they tend to shit themselves a lot lot easier in that situation.
     
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    crazyae86 Well-Known Member

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    yes yes i agree with stavros

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    i have mine on s14 when is done i share foto for two years in 400ps with worrys
     
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    550-600 depending on the usage
     
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    Congrats, I reckon that's a record bud....that's 11 posts in the space of 4 minutes with a total of about thirteen and a half meaningless words

    Now if I'm being a dick and you're not just bumping your post count to sell us shit and you are genuinely interested in drifting then I un-reservedly apologise and please just put it down to tiredness on my part......though I doubt it somehow
     

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