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Tim@NCTSLLC 08-11-2009 09:38 PM

NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!

Here is a video of my turbo system that is designed for the Cherokee SRT-8, it put down 529 AWHP and 707 AWTQ at 9-10 psi, and this was on a Mustang AWD dyno to boot! The only muffler is the turbo, and the outlet is only 18" long from turbo flange to tips.

You will really enjoy this one!

Forged 6.1L
NCTS Turbo system
Custom Cam by Tune Tyme performance

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/T...AWD_637488.htm
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Scottina06 08-11-2009 10:23 PM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Sick!

Tim@NCTSLLC 08-11-2009 10:30 PM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Scottina06 (Post 46220)
Sick!

Yep, that was our single turbo system, and it was tested on a Mustang AWD dyno, the results would have been higher if on a dynojet by about 10% or so.

Scottina06 08-11-2009 11:17 PM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
hmmmm....maybe the single T would be better on my Jeep? I'm gonna pm you later....

Tim@NCTSLLC 08-11-2009 11:20 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Scottina06 (Post 46254)
hmmmm....maybe the single T would be better on my Jeep? I'm gonna pm you later....

A single is a lot less headache and a lot lower in cost, the turbo we use has a lot more output than what has been tapped at this point due to drivetrain limitations.

Awaiting PM!

blackpepper 08-12-2009 03:32 AM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Tim, you're absolutely legit.. I mean, how do you control yourself on public roads? I was wondering since you're pushing that kind of power in the 6.1, do you have to beef up the drivetrain at all i.e. diffs, transfer case, tranny? And.... is it CA legal? :lol:

pjs1965 08-12-2009 09:23 AM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tim@NCTSLLC (Post 46257)
A single is a lot less headache and a lot lower in cost, the turbo we use has a lot more output than what has been tapped at this point due to drivetrain limitations.

Awaiting PM!

Tim,
Do you mean drivetrain failures? There's an awesome vendor doing some great drivetrain mods for higher performance applications. You should check them out. I'll PM you.

Tim@NCTSLLC 08-12-2009 09:40 AM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pjs1965 (Post 46332)
Tim,
Do you mean drivetrain failures? There's an awesome vendor doing some great drivetrain mods for higher performance applications. You should check them out. I'll PM you.

No, what I was speaking of is that the owner has not upgraded drivetrain components yet, so therefore have not taken boost levels to what the actual turbo can support. No failures seen, but too much power would cause damage to stock components if one got crazy with the boost levels.

White Chocolate 08-12-2009 09:54 AM

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wow I wish I had money, that is a sexy Jeep and an even sexier sounding jeep

Mike_Levy 08-12-2009 03:59 PM

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So how long until you do it right and put a pair up by the motor?

Tim@NCTSLLC 08-12-2009 04:36 PM

Re: NCTS Cherokee SRT-8 Turbo, 529 AWHP, 707 AWTQ VIDEO!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike_Levy (Post 46485)
So how long until you do it right and put a pair up by the motor?

Hi Mike, how's things been?

I could probably do it on a strictly custom basis, but for an aftermarket kit, it would be way too expensive. There are a couple of big hurdles to overcome, first, things are so tight that without developing some custom manifolds and moving accessories around, there is no good way to get the exhaust forward then back out again and stay above the front axle and crossmember.

The second hurdle is the emissions laws, the potential is there for up to a $10,000 fine PER factory functioning catalytic converter that is removed. Even in the case of a defective converter, the law requires that the same number and same type (not brand) of converter be used, and must be mounted in the factory locations.

This opens up a lot of liability for a manufacturer, repair shop, and a vehicle owner. Even if I did a custom forward install, the exhaust would still need to be routed back into the factory cat locations, and this makes it difficult to twist things around.

This is the main reasons you don't see a lot of forward mounted kits on the market for OBD compliant vehicles.

Hopefully this explains things some.

Mike_Levy 08-13-2009 02:44 AM

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I'm not really worried about keeping stuff in the stock locations. I'm already running Long tubes, which moved the cats, so moving them again isn't a big deal.

I do see where space is a major issue though. We had a helluva time getting the headers on. We actually installed them on the heads first then installed the combos on the block.


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