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Old 05 November 2009, 03:33 PM
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Default scoobyclinics turbo's just got billet I mean better!

The ultimate bolt-on turbo just got better! Introducing our new XT-R
turbo range, now with billet compressor wheels!

Scoobyclinic have been working together with Blouch Performance Turbo
over the past few months to improve on our already class leading
turbos and are proud to announce our new, fully machined, billet,
state-of-the-art, aerodynamic compressor wheels that out perform our
existing trend setting turbos. These compressor wheels are stronger
and 33% lighter than before and all test results indicate that these
high efficiency wheels make more horsepower at less boost pressure
than our current turbos. This translates into quicker spool while
producing greater horsepower and torque - what more could you ask for!
You will not find this cutting edge technology anywhere else.

And if that wasn't enough, we have also developed an improved one
piece exhaust housing that can be applied across the board to our existing
turbo product line to reduce turbine inlet pressure (negative pressure
differential) and increase peak horsepower.

Initial results comparing the current SC50 to the new billet
version have shown an increase of +35bhp and +45ft/lb with similar
spool, even with a bigger turbine housing!! We are hoping to get some
of our own dyno results up in the next few days from our Gaffer's
22B and our 2009 ScoobySprint winning race car. We will let our 2010
results with these turbos speak for themselves, like this year's did
and the year before that!

For a limited time only, the new range of billit turbos will be
available for just 100 above our current turbo prices!

Billit direct fit turbos available:



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SC46 XTR Billet.........1400.00 new lower price = 1295!
SC50 XTR Billet.........1450.00 New lower price = 1350!
SC54 XTR Billet.........1495.00 New lower price = 1425!

The XT-R billet wheels are also available for our rotated turbos:

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GT30 XT-R Billet (upto 550bhp)..........1125
GT33 XT-R Billet (upto 600bhp)..........1250
GT35 XT-R Billet (upto 650bhp)..........1195

Just to recap

SC46 XTR Billet.........1400.00 new lower price = 1295!
SC50 XTR Billet.........1450.00 New lower price = 1350!
SC54 XTR Billet.........1495.00 New lower price = 1425!

all prices + vat

Trade enquires welcome.

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Old 06 November 2009, 11:41 AM
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Hi,

today we press on fitting the new SC54 billet turbo, as you can see from the following pictures it genuinely is a direct fit, compressor outlet faces the right way, its on a standard up and down pipe and there is no need to remove lumps of block or bell housing to make it fit, in fact you can actually see on one of the photo's where part of the block and bell housing were removed years ago when this car (The Gaffers 22 B) was testing out the MD series of turbo's.

One of the SC turbo design briefs was to avoid block or bell housing chopping to facilitate fitment.









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Hi,

we decided to run our first back to back tests on the new SC billet range, the first victim was our scoobysprint and scoobyshoot winning car, the same car that took us to time attack victory in 2008.

This morning we ran the car showing a healthy 540.8 bhp


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We simply swapped out the turbo for our new billet version shown here on the left

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We then ran the car again

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No adjustments were made this was a straight forward back to back test on the same day with same atmospheric conditions this gave us quicker spool, 46.8 bhp, 30 ftlbs of torque, all on pump gas, we expect to see 600 bhp from this once mapped, and I stress all on pump gas.

Result

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Old 06 November 2009, 05:31 PM
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Pump gas as in E85?

590bhp from a GT30R?

What size exhaust housing ?

Still a 52lb min compressor wheel?

What boost?

Impressive performance but we need more info
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Old 06 November 2009, 06:09 PM
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Originally Posted by frayz View Post
Pump gas as in E85?

590bhp from a GT30R?

What size exhaust housing ?

Still a 52lb min compressor wheel?

What boost?

Impressive performance but we need more info

Hi,
morrisons finest, and yes 590 bhp on a 30R with a 0.63 hot side

Compressor wheel is custom made to our specs, its a billet wheel caperble of flowing 55 llbs of air and is 33% lighter than the original Garratt wheel. Boost wise it was running 1.9 bar, as soon as we get the time, possably tomorrow, we will map it to see where it max's out

Hope the above helps
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Old 06 November 2009, 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by specialx View Post
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morrisons finest, and yes 590 bhp on a 30R with a 0.63 hot side

Compressor wheel is custom made to our specs, its a billet wheel caperble of flowing 55 llbs of air and is 33% lighter than the original Garratt wheel. Boost wise it was running 1.9 bar, as soon as we get the time, possably tomorrow, we will map it to see where it max's out

Hope the above helps
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So when you say Morrisons finest you are actually meaning E85 and not super unleaded
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Morrisons finest is E85 mate

.63 hotside is interesting?

1.9bar flat or is that at the redline? What did it run in the middle?

Whats the spec of the motor, cc, headwork, avcs, cams, manifolds etc?
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Morrisons finest is E85 mate
It's not in all parts of the country
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Agreed
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Still no testing of the SC54 on a 2.0ltr?
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Originally Posted by frayz View Post
Morrisons finest is E85 mate

.63 hotside is interesting?

1.9bar flat or is that at the redline? What did it run in the middle?

Whats the spec of the motor, cc, headwork, avcs, cams, manifolds etc?

Hi,
I have printed the boost curve against the bhp for you to take a look at


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Spec is ..........

2.35 ltr using our stroker kit https://www.scoobynet.com/trader-ann...obyclinic.html

Standard STI 8 heads
Standard cams
Solaris ecu
GT 30R billet turbo
E85 fuel

Hope the above helps,
Thanks for your interest.

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Originally Posted by TH3_5T1G View Post
Still no testing of the SC54 on a 2.0ltr?

Hi,
to be fair I think it would be very laggy and not worth doing, we are about to test the SC 46 Billet, which I feel will be a far better candidate for you, as soon as we have results we will post them up.

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Great, thanks for the update
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Hi,
as promised yesterday ( Friday ) we have run our new SC 54 XTR billet turbo, fitted to our 22B.

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This is achieved on Shell V power, not race fuel just plain old pump gas


Boost and AFR showing power at the wheels.


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All this on a direct fit turbo, a true direct fit turbo, wonder what it will do on a 10% meth mix

Up date coming soon.

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I know there isn't a exact answer but what % power increase would you expect with a 10% meth mix
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Hi,
I hate to speculate but I expect we will see around 550 bhp, maybe 560 bhp thats done it now, just jinxed it

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Cheers for the info Kev.

Ive a 3076R going on my build. Impressive power concidering its on stock heads and cams.
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Originally Posted by The Gaffer View Post
Hi,
as promised yesterday ( Friday ) we have run our new SC 54 XTR billet turbo, fitted to our 22B.

Result





This is achieved on Shell V power, not race fuel just plain old pump gas


Boost and AFR showing power at the wheels.




All this on a direct fit turbo, a true direct fit turbo, wonder what it will do on a 10% meth mix

Up date coming soon.

cheers
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Very nice figures guys.
Purely out of interest I will pop the dyno correction figures shown on the graph onto our dyno on Monday to see the overall correction factor. It may be interesting to apply the same corrections to all our graphs in future .
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Very nice figures guys.
Purely out of interest I will pop the dyno correction figures shown on the graph onto our dyno on Monday to see the overall correction factor. It may be interesting to apply the same corrections to all our graphs in future .
be interesting to see the comparisons on a like for like basis martyn, be even better when you have something different to compare over the next few weeks

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Impressive figures guys! Well done!

I best make sure we use high boost then, in the Spec C, for the 2010 ScoobySprint Championship!
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Very nice figures guys.
Purely out of interest I will pop the dyno correction figures shown on the graph onto our dyno on Monday to see the overall correction factor. It may be interesting to apply the same corrections to all our graphs in future .
I was annoyed the other week as I ran the same car on the same map at surrey rolling road and at scoobyclinic on different days and there was 0.4bhp difference on a car producing just over 500bhp.. disgraceful lol

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I was annoyed the other week as I ran the same car on the same map at surrey rolling road and at scoobyclinic on different days and there was 0.4bhp difference on a car producing just over 500bhp.. disgraceful lol

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I don't doubt that for a second Simon, but when was the last time you saw a Barometric pressure reading of 978mb in this country ?
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when was the last time you saw a Barometric pressure reading of 978mb in this country
Errrr... last time we looked at the weather station, shortly before playing around with the map. Not all of us live at sea level Martyn...

Just as a sanity check I popped the post code into the Met Office weather database. It didn't have data for our exact location, closest was Nottingham Watnall and that read 992hPa at the time of the run. This site is 117m above mean sea level. According to Ordnance Survey the buildings at Scoobyclinic are 205m above mean sea level, some 88 metres higher.

Pressure altitude calculations suggest that an 88 metre difference would result in about 10.5hPa difference in station pressure, which would give a "verified" station pressure of 981.5hPa at Clinic today, compared to the weather station reading of 978, a difference of only 3.5hPa, and that doesn't take into account the fact that the verified reading was a few miles away, ie there could easily have been a 3.5hPa pressure gradient, but I'm happy enough to accept that as an instrumentation error, the basic accuracy of weather stations is not on par with the lab grade stuff the Met Office use.

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Errrr... last time we looked at the weather station, shortly before playing around with the map. Not all of us live at sea level Martyn...

Just as a sanity check I popped the post code into the Met Office weather database. It didn't have data for our exact location, closest was Nottingham Watnall and that read 992hPa at the time of the run. This site is 117m above mean sea level. According to Ordnance Survey the buildings at Scoobyclinic are 205m above mean sea level, some 88 metres higher.

Pressure altitude calculations suggest that an 88 metre difference would result in about 10.5hPa difference in station pressure, which would give a "verified" station pressure of 981.5hPa at Clinic today, compared to the weather station reading of 978, a difference of only 3.5hPa, and that doesn't take into account the fact that the verified reading was a few miles away, ie there could easily have been a 3.5hPa pressure gradient, but I'm happy enough to accept that as an instrumentation error, the basic accuracy of weather stations is not on par with the lab grade stuff the Met Office use.

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992 was the reading stated on the met office, if you are MUCH higher above sea level than the reading for the surrounding areas, then I apologise .

Did you happen to note the overall correction factor stated on the dyno for the runs ? Not that it matters of course as anyone with a DD dyno can type in the numbers at the bottom of the graph and see it for themselves.
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Pat is the man simple as.......
He is............i just wish i could understand what he was explaining
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He is............i just wish i could understand what he was explaining
Same here, But hey it look's good
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Hi,
as promised, meth mix

Seems I didnt jinx it


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This was achieved on V power and a 10% meth mix, all at 205m above mean sea level,

Shall we try it on race gas,

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