In an interesting twist to a track Miata, Scott chose to try a rear mount turbo for track use. His goal was increasing engine horsepower while keeping under-hood temperatures as low as possible.
Build details include:
02 1.8L VVT Engine swap
CT26 Turbo, rear mount with twin wastegates for boost control as low as 3psi
This stealthy Infiniti G35 came to Dynosty with a Vortech supercharger wanting more power. We prepared a two step plan to meet the customer’s requests and budget. Phase 1 included a Dynosty built 3.5L VQ35DE engine, turbo kit, minor fuel upgrades, and suspension/wheels/tires. The result is a very solid-footed car that plants over 600 Horsepower to the ground on 93octane pump gas.
Stay tuned for Phase 2 which will include further fuel upgrades to support E85 and more power.
Dynosty 3.5L VQ35DE Engine with CP Pistons, Carrillo Rods, Tomei Cams
Haltech Platinum Pro Plugin 350Z ECU with Wideband Controller and Advanced Boost Control
Dynosty Pro Tune with Advanced Traction Control
Boosted Performance Twin Scroll Turbo Kit with PTE 6766 Turbocharger
Tial Wastegates and Blow Off Valve
Bilstein Coilover Suspension
Enkei Wheels with 315 Wide MT ET Street Radial Tires
Customer Testimonial: Kevin B of IN, January 23, 2014:
Dynosty does excellent work. They are consummate professionals and take the time to help you make the best decisions when upgrading your ride. Hands down best around for Nissan/Infiniti upgrades and tuning.
In 2013 we consulted with Wade on his 1995 Toyota Supra and came up with a great high performance build package. We settled on a Dynosty built 3.0L 2JZ-GTE engine, Hypertune intake manifold, Full Race exhaust manifold and a Precision Turbo 6766 divided turbo to maximize spool and top end performance. The goal was balanced drivability and performance. Wade installed the parts and trailered the car in for the Dynosty engine break-in program and dyno tune. The package worked together perfectly, giving quick spool and 860WHP (fuel limited), and ran 179MPH in the half mile.
After a year of enjoying the Supra it returned for engine management upgrade and fuel system upgrade. With a new Haltech Elite monitoring fuel pressure, the Injector Dynamics ID1300cc injectors and Walbro fuel pumps were pushed a little harder to the tune of 900+WHP. The Haltech Elite’s traction control was then configured, allowing the mighty 2JZ to deliver maximum possible power to the ground!
Customer Testimonial: Wade H of Dallas TX, December 29, 2013:
Dynosty helped me build and completely tune my 1995 Toyota Supra. Their work and product backing was phenomenal. They thoroughly answered any questions I had and walked me though the whole process of building my car and recommending the parts best suited for my needs. The business is very well structured and the shop itself is very professionally equipped and staffed! Thanks guys!
This BRZ arrived from Pennsylvania for a complete transformation – power, looks and handling were all addressed during it’s one week visit. For power, a Greddy FRS/BRZ Turbo kit and full exhaust was installed and tuned by Dynosty using EcuTek. Power improved from 148whp to 262whp, a 77% increase! To plant the power and improve handling, Bilstein suspension was installed along with new graphite grey Gram Light 57xtreme wheels and tires. The front of the car was outfitted with a Seibon carbon-fiber FRS BRZ hood and a splitter. The rear was rounded out with a new set of tail lights and a carbon fiber diffuser. The end result is a model of well-rounded modifications to improve the performance of the Subaru BRZ.
What was a relatively stock FR-S was completely transformed with high performance upgrades including Garrett GTX28 turbo kit and supporting modifications. We installed the billet-wheel turbo kit and full exhaust system, as well as larger injectors, fuel pump, and an upgraded ACT clutch and flywheel package. With the right performance parts, this FR-S was ready to hit the dyno.
Using EcuTek, Hal managed 264whp on 93octane gas from the high compression FA20 engine. With E85 in the tank we increased boost to 13psi and dialed the tune in to 355whp on our Dyno Dynamics. On a Dynojet this would be 300WHP pump gas and 400WHP E85.
This built Toyota 86 (Scion FR-S in USA) is a great example of what the FR-S is capable of. The setup consists of a built 2.0L FA20 engine that houses CP Pistons, Pauter Rods and Dynosty head studs. Airflow is provided by a Garrett GTX3076 on an upgraded Full Blown turbo kit, and escapes through a Motiv Concepts over pipe, front pipe, and Greddy exhaust. The engine is controlled by a Haltech plug&play standalone ems for ignition and port injection control. Direct injection is retained and controlled by tuning through EcuTek. Hal was flown in to handle the dyno tuning portion on-site in Antigua, and ended with a turbo FR-S producing 370WHP Dynojet on pump gas, and 530WHP on VP race gas.
Congratulations to the hard-working team in Antigua on impressive dyno results, and thank you for your hospitality. Quite an impressive tuner car scene on the island, and beautiful place to visit. Once the bugs get worked out and sticky tires are installed, we expect to see this high performance FR-S fly down the track!
Video of the turbo FR-S dyno pull is below the pictures.
Precision Turbo’s new PT8685 Gen2 performance turbocharger is capable of 1400HP, with new Gen2 CEA technology allowing it to spool faster and offer more performance than prior models. The Precision 8685 turbo is offered only as an air-cooled dual ball bearing design, and is available in two exhaust housings:
Divided T4 1.12 AR, PN 22709219329
Divided T4 1.28 AR, PN 22709219339
“The GEN2 CEA® wheels offer substantially more horsepower, mm for mm, when compared to similarly sized wheels of older designs, including those from other manufacturers. Unlike anything else on the market today, Precision’s GEN2 CEA® wheels are set to be a serious game-changer in the world of turbo technology.” Precision Turbo and Engine
PT8685 Retail price is $3849.99. Contact Dynosty to determine which turbo is best for your application and for the best possible price.
After years in the making, this Toyota MR2 Spyder was delivered to us for the final touches and tune. The Toyota 1ZZ 4cylinder engine was built, and a billet 58mm Precision Turbo was selected to provide airflow to the motor. An air to water intercooler was fitted along with 4″ exhaust featuring a Burns SS muffler. The fuel system was upgraded to handle E85 ethanol fuel, complete with a flex fuel sensor. A Haltech Platinum Sport 1000 standalone ecu was chosen due to many features including fully integrated on-the-fly flex fuel capability, o2 control and boost control. The end result after dyno tuning was a huge boost in performance: 325 horsepower at the wheels on 93 octane, and 400whp on E85. For reference the stock engine makes 138hp at the crank, or approximately 105whp on our Dyno Dynamics.
Video of Toyota MR2 Spyder single turbo dyno tuning pull:
Dyno comparison, 1ZZ engine tuned on Haltech flex fuel sensor, red=93oct, blue=e85
Glad this Dezod turbocharged Scion tC found it’s way to us for a tune due to how poor the tune was prior. The car was fouling spark plugs while driving and was unable to go into boost without breaking up. We started with a fresh set of properly gapped plugs and after Hal spent some time on the dyno straightening out the air fuel ratio and timing maps it was running much better. Performance modifications included a Dezod turbo kit and AEM FIC engine management.