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    CSF Cooling's 2015 Porsche 991.1 Turbo S project with Evospec built motor and EVOMS EVT1100 Turbo kit on Syvecs standalone - 986 awhp

    @CSF Cooling quite simply has a badass 2015 Porsche 991.1 Turbo S. This car has basically everything you want in a 991 Turbo build. Upgraded turbos, Evospec built motor, Dodson built PDK transmission, a Syvecs standalone, port fuel injection, Eventuri intake, etc. This car has the works.

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    As it is tuned on a Syvecs standalone you have on the fly map switching:

    POWER

    • Three maps, selectable through cruise control stalk
      • 91oct Pump Gas - 647whp / 18psi
      • 100oct Race Gas - 807whp / 27psi
      • E85 Kill Mode - 986whp / 30psi

    Kill mode is 986 horsepower to the wheels:

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    Impressive? You bet.

    Check out the mod list:

    EXTERIOR / INTERIOR
    Agate Grey Exterior, Black Leather Interior
    Yellow Instrument Cluster and Floor Mats

    WHEELS / BRAKES
    Centerlock Wheels w/ Fresh Toyo R888R Tires, 265/315 widths
    PCCB Brakes

    EXTRAS
    K40 Radar/Laser Detector Built In

    ENGINE BUILD
    Evospec/CP Forged Piston Set
    Evospec/Carrillo H-Beam Connecting Rods w/ Carr Bolts
    Evospec Head Stud Kit
    Evospec Press-In Iron Liners - Replaces easily-damaged factory aluminum bores with extremely tough and durable liners
    Evospec Head Gaskets, w/ O-rings
    Evospec Rod Bearings
    OEM Main/Thrust Bearings, OEM Gaskets/seals
    Two new OEM fuel injectors after corrosion was found on original parts
    New OEM Oil Separator

    EVOMS EVT1100 TURBO SYSTEM
    Borg Warner EFR7163 Ball Bearing Turbochargers
    Turbosmart IWG Actuators and Custom Brackets/Wastegate Rods
    321 Stainless Steel Headers
    Firesleeved/heat protected Turbo Lines/Hardware
    Custom Valved Exhaust, 2.5" Muffler for light load or 2.5" Straight Dump for under boost. Practical for cruising on long freeway drives while supporting basically 1000whp
    3" Aluminum Turbo Inlet Plumbing
    Custom High Flow Intakes/Air Filters, uses stock cold air ducting from decklid to airbox
    Custom High Flow Y-Pipe
    Eventuri Carbon Fiber Intake System
    CSF Cooling - 4.5 inch high performance intercoolers
    CSF Cooling - 3-piece all-aluminum radiator kit

    Custom Secondary Port Injection Fuel System
    Twin Brushless In-Tank Fuel Pumps, OE Pump Controllers w/ Relayed Power Supply, High Flow Filters, and Custom Feed/Return Lines for Secondary Fuel System
    DFI System is completely intact and functions with stock ECU plugged in
    SRM Intake Manifold Spacers, Center Intake Plenum, and Fuel Rails
    ID1050x Secondary Injectors

    ENGINE MANAGEMENT
    Syvecs 991 Turbo Plug'n'Play Standalone ECU
    Tuned by Wayne Potts of ISC Tuning
    Full flex fuel support with automatic map blending, 'Map 3 Safe Mode' to prevent car from running full power with weak ethanol blends, etc.
    Custom tuned launch/traction control. Launches soft at 3500rpm to preserve the gearbox and consistently lays down 2.4x 0-60 passes in 100F Phoenix heat.

    TRANSMISSION UPGRADES
    Dodson PDK Clutch Upgrade
    Cobb PDK Software, Running 'High Torque Aggressive Map'
    Fresh OEM Filter and Fluid

    Just completed in the last month
    - Dodson PDK brace + some additional tuning by Wayne Potts at International Speed Consulting
    - 991.2 Rear bumper swap w/ black tinted lights.
    - Aero kit front lip
    - Shaved air ducts
    - Advan GT Racing wheels
    - Custom trunk and wing set-up
    - GT3RS intercooler Ducts
    - Sparco SPRX seat with GMG roll bar & Scroth Harnesses.
    - Ohlins suspension

    That is a heck of a mod list and essentially everything you could ever want to do.

    CSF of course is utilizing their own cooling upgrades and check out the results:

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    This is absolutely one of the baddest 991's out there and the best part? @CSF Cooling is aiming to make it out to the BoostAddict.com May 5th drag day with the car. Want to come check it out? Or better yet, run it? Then you better reserve your spot now: https://www.boostaddict.com/content....Famoso-Raceway

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    I want to see this car vs a 720S!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    I want to see this car vs a 720S!
    Pretty certain this will destroy pretty much any 720S. IIRC there is one 720S with upgraded turbos around 900hp which would probably be a good race.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    Pretty certain this will destroy pretty much any 720S. IIRC there is one 720S with upgraded turbos around 900hp which would probably be a good race.
    Yep.

    The 720S is more efficient though so a 720S doesn't need as much power to be as quick or faster than a 991 Turbo.

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    Intereting. Wasn't aware that the Syvecs can't control the DCT. Also, the Eventuri intake looks awesome, but appears to still be limited by the restriction in the OEM plastic near the taillights.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    Intereting. Wasn't aware that the Syvecs can't control the DCT. Also, the Eventuri intake looks awesome, but appears to still be limited by the restriction in the OEM plastic near the taillights.
    Good eye, and you're definitely correct. That's one of the 2 restrictions on the OEM inlets. . Wait until our intakes are out for the 991.1 turbo/S Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Payam@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Good eye, and you're definitely correct. That's one of the 2 restrictions on the OEM inlets. . Wait until our intakes are out for the 991.1 turbo/S Click here to enlarge
    they will also likely be the most inexpensive newly released 911 turbo intake option on the market

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    Pretty certain this will destroy pretty much any 720S. IIRC there is one 720S with upgraded turbos around 900hp which would probably be a good race.
    This would only destroy a stock 720S in its "e85 kill mode"

    Both on 100 octane race gas it would be a race worth watching

    Both on 91 octane pump gas it would be destroyed by the 720S

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    This would only destroy a stock 720S in its "e85 kill mode"

    Both on 100 octane race gas it would be a race worth watching

    Both on 91 octane pump gas it would be destroyed by the 720S
    1) No one cares about racing on 91 that is retarded. His 91 map is just the base safe map if he can't find real fuel.
    2) I doubt highly that a stock 720S running 100 octane will beat this 911 with over 800whp.

    Yes the 720S is awesome and weighs a few hundred pounds less than the 911 Turbo but its not unbeatable and you are exaggerating a bit.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    they will also likely be the most inexpensive newly released 911 turbo intake option on the market
    Can't argue with that either.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    Intereting. Wasn't aware that the Syvecs can't control the DCT. Also, the Eventuri intake looks awesome, but appears to still be limited by the restriction in the OEM plastic near the taillights.
    'Control' depending on your definition maybe not but it can interact and send signals to it. You have more control over what you send than the factory DME.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    1) No one cares about racing on 91 that is retarded. His 91 map is just the base safe map if he can't find real fuel.
    2) I doubt highly that a stock 720S running 100 octane will beat this 911 with over 800whp.

    Yes the 720S is awesome and weighs a few hundred pounds less than the 911 Turbo but its not unbeatable and you are exaggerating a bit.
    (1) Racing on pump gas happens all the time, maybe not to super highly tuned racing only cars, but a car that is daily-able is most definitely raced on pump gas.

    (2) I never said the stock 720S would beat the 807whp Turbo, I said it would be a race worth watching...learn to read

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    (1) Racing on pump gas happens all the time, maybe not to super highly tuned racing only cars, but a car that is daily-able is most definitely raced on pump gas.

    (2) I never said the stock 720S would beat the 807whp Turbo, I said it would be a race worth watching...learn to read
    Lol you need to read what you wrote again.

    You said, and I quote "This would only destroy a stock 720S in its "e85 kill mode""

    Which is 100% bull$#@! and you just admitted it.
    I was perfectly civil but you need to learn to read.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    1) No one cares about racing on 91 that is retarded
    Perfectly civil Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    Perfectly civil Click here to enlarge
    lol I guess you can at least read now.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by subaru335i Click here to enlarge
    lol I guess you can at least read now.
    I guess our differences lie in the definition of "destroy",I do think the e85 kill mode would destroy a 720S however I do not think the 100octane race mode would destroy a 720S.

    Could the turbo beat the 720S? sure its possible and perhaps more likely than not, but I guess I think it would be a lot closer than you do.

    I hope that clears up my point of view and for what its worth you can read just fine.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    Could the turbo beat the 720S? sure its possible and perhaps more likely than not, but I guess I think it would be a lot closer than you do.
    Here's an ES850 vs. a 720S for some perspective: https://www.boostaddict.com/content....-1-4-mile-runs

    A McLaren with upgraded turbos vs. ES850 from a roll: https://www.boostaddict.com/content....-Turbo-S-rolls

    ES850 vs. stock McLaren 720S highway roll: https://www.boostaddict.com/content....S-highway-roll

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    I recently watched an es750 putting down 800whp that raced dragtimes 720s and while the turbo definitely won, it was capable of 9.6 @ 146 while the 720s was 9.9 @ 137, it wasnít destroyed.

    I guess thatís all relative.

    In the 1/2 mile the turbo may actually destroy the 720s

    would really ike to see some Mexican highway roll races too

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bowser330 Click here to enlarge
    would really ike to see some Mexican highway roll races too
    Did you miss my post above you?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Did you miss my post above you?
    oops, thanks, looks like with enough road the better power to weight car will always pull ahead, eventually,.

    However the 720s is actually close enough still to take advantage of a better launch and win in the 1/4 mile against more powerful 911 Turbos.

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