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Discussion in 'Front Page Articles' started by SID297, Dec 23, 2020.
As much "crank (er, neck) snapping" fun as your TT monster 1100whp/920wtq GT, Kevin.
Curious to see how much it will cost to go from 2.3 to the 3.1. I guess it's going to be a head swap only like the 2.65.
Cool write up. I wonder what is would cost to have my Gen 3 non R sent in and ported/fit with the 3100 pack..
I need a built motor first though
I'm so excited, but i really need to see some numbers 1200 hp only is not that impressive upgrade from 2.65 ?
Difference being my crank will still be in 1 piece for years to come. And I can always add another 15 psi of boost.
1200 rwhp is a solid number. It depends on alot of factors like fuel, supporting mods, pulley combo, and compression. These could be lower compression builds or not as high as some others. Based on how much the 2.65 outperformed the 2.3 and hell even the 3r outperformed the regular 3 by 100 rwhp on a back to back test apples to apples same tune and everything on a full max effort build (Lunds gt500)...the 3r over the 2r would be much larger...I would bet money the new 3100 will see at least that much or more gain over the 3r on a max effort setup. The 3r isn't that much behind the 3.8 whipple power making potential wise so just imagine what this 3.1 liter tvs is gonna do.
Yes, I’d say 1200hp is impressive.
I’ve made 1100rwhp SAE with a 3R and expect to increase that number with the improved fuel system. Dyno coming in 3-4wks.
As far as the 3.1 goes, if the gains from to 2.3 to 2.65 extrapolate, then probably 150-200rwhp additional expected on max effort setups.
That would be insane power, James. I'm looking forward to hearing your dyno results.