We got Rick's (senkak's) car up on the dyno yesterday and ran it with my new VMP 2.3L TVS and the first inlet elbow. Previously, we did dyno and track testing using a prototype TVS unit with a hand-fabricated sheet metal intake. We made anywhere from 630-675rwhp depending on boost. Rick ran a best of 10.4s and 138 in a 6spd vert on blower only. This was done to prove TVS technology could work well on a Terminator, before I spent the money to tool a unique blower. Now that we have the production blowers we are testing all the available throttle body and inlet elbow combinations. For those that are not up to speed, the VMP TVS is an aftermarket 2.3L blower made specifically for the 03-04 Cobra. It utilizes a one piece cast housing with a factory style side entry inlet and integrated lower intake and intercooler mounting flange. Just like the OEM Eaton M112. On Friday and Saturday we tested the first of four elbow designs, this one is for the stock 57mm and BBK 65mm dual bore TBs with a round idle air passage. I'll ask Rick to snap a picture of his engine bay since I did not do that. The inlet elbow is not powdercoated as its the first one, but they will be black to match the blower. The blower performed great at 19.5-20psi. We ran a 4lb lower and 3.2 upper. This is equivalent to a 2.75 upper with a stock lower. We plan to test more (smaller) pulley combinations when we get the other sizes from the machinist next week. The car made 600ft/lbs by 3000rpm (97% of peak torque). Boost held all the way to the rev limit. I am very excited to try the dragon and accufab single blade TBs next week, as that is what many of you are running, they provide a much larger opening. The car has 60lb injectors, dual GT pumps with a BAP, VMP 100MM Cobra maf, CnL inlet tube, 1 5/8 longtubes and prochamber. Timing was at 18 deg initially until we ran low on 93 in the tank. We mixed in some shell 105 and went to 19 deg, going to 20 deg got us no more HP and only about 5ft/lb of torque.