416 whp Juke
Peak Power: 416.4 WHP
Peak Torque: 331.7 Ft Lbs
Rev Limit: 7400 RPM
Peak Boost: 29PSI
- FastReligion Connecting Rods
- Blouch Dominator 1.5XT-R Turbo
- FastReligion ARP Head Stud Kit
- Diamond Racing Pistons
- FastReligion Street Cam
- FastReligion Supertech Valve Springs
- Cometic Head Gasket
- Custom Tubular Turbo Manifold
- Custom Intake Manifold
- FastReligion FMIC600
- Turbosmart 40mm Wastegate Full Recirculation
- FastReligion MAC Valve Upgrade
- FastReligion AUX Fuel System
- AEM Water/Methanol System
- Turbosmart Vee-Port Blow Off Valve
- Custom 3" Downpipe
- FastReligion LS Alternator Kit
- Custom 3" Second Cat Pipe
- Injen Cat-Back Exhaust
- Injen Short Ram Intake
- Uprev GT MAF
- FastReligion MAP Sensor Upgrade (4 BAR)
- FastReligion Low Temp Thermostats
- ClutchMasters Stage 3 Clutch/Flywheel
- OEM Low Pressure Fuel Pump
- OEM Boost Control System
More photos after the graphs!
This car has been a long time coming. Dropped off to us over a year prior to the posting of this page, constant parts delays held us back. The owner was completely understanding, and was dealing with the same issues in his profession.
We designed a new version of our custom intake manifolds for this vehicle. We went with a slightly shorter throttle neck, a bigger plenum, and slightly longer runners. The idea was to create less turbulence after the throttle body, and to create a better distribution of air and fuel over our previous version. We also wanted to make sure the intake manifold would clear our LS alternator upgrade.
After finally getting the car assembled, it was put through a 500 mile break in to be sure everything worked perfect. Then it was time for tuning.
We hit a few speedbumps, mostly in learning our new aux fuel system we designed, but we got it working! At 376 whp we kept maxing out the MAP and MAF sensors. So, we upgraded to the Uprev GT MAF, and designed our own 4 Bar MAP sensor upgrade that worked WITH the oem MAP sensor. These sensors where sourced from AMS Performance.
Once that was in it was just tuning as usual.
Once we hit 400 whp we found it harder to get more power higher in the RPM range. Boost and thus torque started heavily dropping off the more power we added. The turbo on the vehicle was only rated to 480 crank horsepower, so we knew at 416 we had maxed it out. We did not want to risk hurting a brand new engine for the sake of a number, so instead of forcing timing through the car to gain more top end, we decided that 416 whp was more than enough!
More videos coming soon.
Map 1 324 horsepower at 19 PSI
Map 2 354 WHP 19 PSI:
Map 3 416 WHP 29 PSI: