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whoosh motorsports Hybrid Turbo pics, installs, results, dynos, reviews, thread......

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Wow, those numbers are insane! For a light car like the FiST, that makes it comparable to heavier performance vehicles with higher numbers.

I'm bone stock for the most part (only have a cobb rmm and a boomba short shift adapter), but can certainly appreciate what the car is capable of with the right parts.

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That’s so awesome! Congrats Ron can’t wait to purchase one!
thank you,
Wesley is a great driver and huge asset to whoosh as well
403whp / 413wtq with the 35 shot also
he actually made 425 whp on the first pull with the 35 shot but the run was not complete and left off early on the dyno
 
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So next comes the question and if it hasn't already been asked....Is Wesley still on the stock block and internals?
he sure is
stock everything
I'll ask him to post his mod list, he keeps it updated
it's all whoosh bolt on parts
V2 FMIC, boost hoses , induction hose, hybrid turbo, crossover pipe, inlet, short shifter w/CNC bushings, race-spec RMM
also - ITG intake, Peron aux kit, 35 shot of dry nitrous, Mele LW battery kit, JST tuned, e50 fuel, 6510 plugs, should be most if not all power mods

stock block, head, transmission
aside from the spec stage 3+ clutch (w/stock flywheel) & MFactory LSD. He smoked the stock clutch and made some upgrades while the trans was out
 

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This is the reason why I've been trying to stay away from Woosh, either on the forum or the web shop. All it makes me say is "shut up and take my money." I was orginally thinking about 2860 but this hybrid doh. Great work ron. I'm going to find it real hard to hold onto some of my deployment savings come december when i'm out of this place.

curious if there was a decision to keep the stock flywheel, and if so, why?
 
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This is the reason why I've been trying to stay away from Woosh, either on the forum or the web shop. All it makes me say is "shut up and take my money." I was orginally thinking about 2860 but this hybrid doh. Great work ron. I'm going to find it real hard to hold onto some of my deployment savings come december when i'm out of this place.

curious if there was a decision to keep the stock flywheel, and if so, why?
thanks
keeping the stock flywheel allows the car to still drive and act like stock but adding the stage 3+ clutch grips like crazy. It's the best of both worlds
no single mass flywheel noises
a lighter flywheel may improve revs by a bit but not enough to make Wesley want one for drag racing his Fiesta
 
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@ron@whoosh Why do you list a high flow 3” cat as a minimum requirement on your site? As you know modifying the converter is not allowed in CA so where does that leave us? I can’t see doing the DP and not exhaust so with both that’s another $1200 or so to the cost. Any reason the hybrid wouldn’t make 275whp w e30 on stock exhaust and stock DP? Going for maximum sleeper...
 
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@ron@whoosh Why do you list a high flow 3” cat as a minimum requirement on your site? As you know modifying the converter is not allowed in CA so where does that leave us? I can’t see doing the DP and not exhaust so with both that’s another $1200 or so to the cost. Any reason the hybrid wouldn’t make 275whp w e30 on stock exhaust and stock DP? Going for maximum sleeper...
you can certainly run a stock downpipe, we have a few customers that are currently
our minimum mod list is strongly suggested but there are always some that will need to deviate slightly for various reasons
 
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How much power will make with Mountune Catted DP and regular 2.5’ exhaust in 91 octane (?)
same numbers as 91 with any downpipe and exhaust
we've seen 260-275whp on 91 octane
your results will vary depending on the quality of your 91, your tuning, elevation and certainly the dyno type used for the measurement
 

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same numbers as 91 with any downpipe and exhaust
we've seen 260-275whp on 91 octane
your results will vary depending on the quality of your 91, your tuning, elevation and certainly the dyno type used for the measurement
So an mrx makes the same power as the whoosh hybrid but the hybrid makes more low end tq?

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I keep coming back to these pics because I really dig the red/black. Even though we can’t really see the turbo on our car, it’s cool to have functional, colorful American options. Thanks for giving a shit Ron. Someday I’ll run one of these and punish it for more that 11 seconds lol. No disrespect intended. I love quick cars too!
 
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So an mrx makes the same power as the whoosh hybrid but the hybrid makes more low end tq?

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I've never seen a MRX make 314whp and 353wtq on the stock fuel system or near 350 on aux like our hybrid does. Our hybrid also hits 26-27psi by 3200 rpm
Our hybrid is $1299 (after core return) vs $1899 with the MRX as well.
For comparison purposes the S280 vs MRX makes more sense. The S280 rules in every way, cost, similar spool, and has way more power potential with aux fuel
 

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I've never seen a MRX make 314whp and 353wtq on the stock fuel system or near 350 on aux like our hybrid does. Our hybrid also hits 26-27psi by 3200 rpm
Our hybrid is $1299 (after core return) vs $1899 with the MRX as well.
For comparison purposes the S280 vs MRX makes more sense. The S280 rules in every way, cost, similar spool, and has way more power potential with aux fuel
I should clarify. I was thinking they made the same power on 91 only. No e. No aux. No 100oct. Out right 91. I know your hybrid can do more with extra fuel and what not.

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