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Old 02-21-2005, 10:04 PM   #1
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Dyno facts between JRSC TURBO Vortech Graph included

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...urbovsJRSC.jpg
Kinda hard to see but
Turbo is the red lines Toms setup 9lbs intercooled
vortech is the Red lines tuned by tom 9lbs after cooled
JRSC is the blue lines MY car 8.5lbs no cooling......YET

Note all below is just my opinion

My opinion if your looking for a good street car especially in stop and go traffic choose JR
Turbo will be good overall (track and street)
Vortech is getting beat by the JRSC till 4800rpms in the horsepower figure and till 5000rpms in the torque figure.

Turbo will be the best for upgrades and biggest HP and TQ. It will also be good at the drags, roadcourses, and street. but not autocross. The only thing I can find bad with a turbo is its not C.A.R.B approval. Plus its alittle pricey to me for everything....but thats just me.

I guess vortech would be a good roadcouse car and dragstrip and will still have better and easier upgrades in the boost dept. But not very practical in my eyes for the street and auto cross. Plus its C.A.R.B approved but comes with some sorry tuning if you buy it with it

Jackson will be very good at autocross, and street due to the torque at low rpms. Plus it is C.A.R.B approved. But is much harder to upgrade due to the heat it generates. Only way of cooling it is with the methonal injection. Plus also comes with sorry tuning (damn black box)

I think I will do pretty good at the drags this year if I can get it to hook up. Last year on all motor with 152whp and 136wtq I ran a 14.8 at 93mph. Hopefully Ill be in the high 13s this year. I'll really need to borrow some slicks (cough TOM cough) to get where I want to. Last year I pulled a 2.2 60ft with some worn out kumo extacy tires.


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Old 02-22-2005, 02:45 AM   #2
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Wow, i learned a whole lot from this!! thanks buddy! I have been eyeing the JRSC for some time now, and this almost clenches it for me since i want a daily driver with lots of low end torque. As for cooling the jrsc, (maybe a stupid newbie question) whats the matter with the intercooler that JR makes?

http://www.jacksonracing.com/Shop/Vi...eIndexID=37416
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After seeing that dyno you WANT a jrsc ?????

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Yeah, I like to keep my torque as low in the power band as possible--also, i am buying a volant intake soon and i wish to keep that in my set up. I also need to keep my car emissions legal and as reliable as i can with forced induction.

The JRSC with its ease of tuning would seem like a good match for me...
I have thought about getting a turbo kit from you too, but im just not sure. Can you provide me with some info on your kits? How do i send it in for tuning? And what kind of fuel econ should i expect? I believe that a JRSC will actually add a few MPG's, at least thats what the techs at work tell me.

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I would guess that getting the JRSC, the JR Liquid Intercooler System, and a tune from Hypnotic would yield respectable numbers, and excellent for daily driving!
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Obviously power wise a turbo set-up is the way to go but cost wise and reliability wise some of us like me can't even afford the STG 1 SVT turbo setup let alone the full turbo setup, so like me we go to the JRSC
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can someone explain to me jr black box and the troubles wit it? is this everyone or just some of them...thanks...
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Old 02-22-2005, 08:38 PM   #8
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All the black box is, is actually a littl chip that u wire in when u install the JRSC, I haven't heard of anybody having problems with it, but it is setup for a SVT with no mods besides the blower, so other mods such as a TB,intake, ORP could possibly cause problems. But thats why u run more boost on it and get it dyno tuned.
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awsome thanks that answered alot!
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Wow, I'm most impressed between the JSRC and Vortec!

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