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Old 10-17-2011, 02:39 PM
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Over the weekend I received my Modified issue and while turning the pages....I came across the RRE Ralliart!



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Old 10-17-2011, 02:56 PM
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CBRD BBX Lite got some punch. +108whp is crazy.
We have a saying here when the horsepower isnt making power to the wheel,
we call it 'to the roof' or if you crash it or flip/roll it over.

378hp to the roof.
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Nice gains... although next I would be worried about the SST.
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Oh, and I saw that typo that was circled. Definitely not a 2008.
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Old 10-17-2011, 03:46 PM
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Nice gains... although next I would be worried about the SST.
Seems like they kept the tq a lil conservative at 330. Also that RA is running 2 tranny coolers and an oil cooler.
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CBRD BBX Lite got some punch. +108whp is crazy.
When I swapped to the BBX lite on my RA it was:

+ 95 whp peak
+ 120 whp at 7400 rpm
On 91 octane
With stock OEM unmodified catback

+150 whp peak
on E85
With stock OEM unmodified catback

+177whp peak
BBX lite on E85 vs bone stock

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although next I would be worried about the SST.
+177whp / +116wtq
Over stock

Stock SST trans
Stock OEM fluid (changed at 7k)
Stock OEM cooler

Over one year now with no issues

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Old 10-18-2011, 12:25 AM
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HA! About time this article came out. I thought they forgot about it. It got mentioned in the October issue of DSport too. But DSport totally whacked the torque numbers I quoted. I told DSport I tried to keep it to 350 torque and they quote me as saying on one place 400 ft lbs and in another place 450 ft lbs is ok :-P Dont try that at home kids!

The tranny is taking it for now. ~30k miles with the last 20k pretty rough miles. It is on 410 whp (Dynapack) limited by 800cc injectors. 375 on the Mustang Dyno @ GReddy. With both Mike Ferrara and Stephan Papadakis driving @ Fontana it ran back to back 12.2 @ 109mph.

Rossy (my wife) has pretty much straight up stolen the car from me. Even my 3 year old said the other day "That's momma's car". It is pretty fun to drive.

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Hey Mike,

How does that TR Sigma turbo compare to the BBX lite? Imagine it's more like a green but the housing looks stock?
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Wait and see on the Tomioka turbos. Give them some time. I tested a couple over the last couple months and more work was needed. The ones I got a hold of were not ready for prime time. They are making changes.

You can not go wrong with anything from CBRD.

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You can not go wrong with anything from CBRD.
That's good to hear, I plan on having a tune done by them since they're only a couple of hours away, the only reputable Mitsu tuner in my area on the east coast. Plus they know the Ralliart so I have confidence in a great experience with them.
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