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    • 8V Audi RS3 sedan touching 800 awhp with Iroz IMS850 turbo kit and built 2.5 TFSI motor

      This result comes from Mexican tuner GT Tuning who put together this Audi RS3. It is making some spectacular power touching just short of 800 horsepower to all four wheels on a Dynocom. Yes, Dynocoms tend to read high but this is incredible power regardless.


      The full graph and full specs are not posted. We only get peak figures:


      It is perplexing why @HankIroz and Iroz Motorsport do not display their products and results more professionally with full graphs, specs, and details.

      Beyond the IMS850 turbo kit and built motor we know the car is running E85 and somewhere close to 2 BAR of boost but again the boost pressure is not specified.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: 8V Audi RS3 sedan touching 800 awhp with Iroz IMS850 turbo kit and built 2.5 TFSI motor started by Sticky View original post
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      1. HankIroz's Avatar
        HankIroz -
        It’s tough. Give the details and the competition knows what to do. Don’t give he details and the internet wonders. We have found that the name is good enough to just trust we know what is going on for your hard earned money. I’m perplexed how Underground Racing is able to charge .25M to build a huracan and not give a single spec ��*♂️

        People that want monster 5 cylinders, they know where to send and contact, the results are that finite.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        It’s tough. Give the details and the competition knows what to do.
        Hank, we're asking for a full graph here not your social security number.

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        I’m perplexed how Underground Racing is able to charge .25M to build a huracan and not give a single spec
        You're right, they get away with it but they deliver results. We call them out though.

        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        People that want monster 5 cylinders, they know where to send and contact, the results are that finite.
        Nobody is quetioning your results or expertise. Clearly the car is making the power. The question is how.

        Asking about boost, fuel, if the trans is built, etc., is not a nuclear secret.

        I think some tuners are getting lazy with how they present products/results due to social media.
      1. Stevenh's Avatar
        Stevenh -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
        Asking about boost, fuel, if the trans is built, etc., is not a nuclear secret.

        I think some tuners are getting lazy with how they present products/results due to social media.
        It seems to me that the tuners who focus their time on instagram and looking for magazine coverage are the ones who have customer cars go into blackholes and come out with horror stories. UGR and Hank focus on building fast cars, setting records, and letting the business find them. They're doing just fine. Maintaining an active social media presence is a distraction. Not an obligation.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Stevenh Click here to enlarge
        It seems to me that the tuners who focus their time on instagram and looking for magazine coverage are the ones who have customer cars go into blackholes and come out with horror stories. UGR and Hank focus on building fast cars, setting records, and letting the business find them. They're doing just fine. Maintaining an active social media presence is a distraction. Not an obligation.
        It's my job to ask for the details and I will do so. I'm not doubting the cars or achievements. I'm asking for details.

        Those details only help get more customers. It's self-serving to provide them.

        We're talking about seeing a full freaking dyno graph at the very least...
      1. HankIroz's Avatar
        HankIroz -
        We are finding the clients don’t really care how the cars end up making power or going fast, they just want them to make power and go fast. Providing the details just gives our competitors a glimpse at what is possible, what needs to be addressed, and where things break. Too many companies are using our IG feed as R&D, relying on our money spent on development to bypass the expensive process. I think we have a good recipe for how to go fast and reliable. You can ask the cook for the recipe, but no guarantee he is going to hand it over.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        We are finding the clients don’t really care how the cars end up making power or going fast, they just want them to make power and go fast. Providing the details just gives our competitors a glimpse at what is possible, what needs to be addressed, and where things break. Too many companies are using our IG feed as R&D, relying on our money spent on development to bypass the expensive process. I think we have a good recipe for how to go fast and reliable. You can ask the cook for the recipe, but no guarantee he is going to hand it over.
        Hank I'm seriously just asking for the bare minimum which is a dyno graph. If posting the peak figures you obviously are already showing the output so what is the secret in this aspect?

        I'm trying to work with you here, not against you.
      1. HankIroz's Avatar
        HankIroz -
        If I had the dyno graphs, I’d have posted them. I don’t, but this last week we posted a video that includes a picture of the graph on virtually the identical setup. Full boost by 3800, holding power to 7800 or so. I’ll post another Nardo we just built tomorrow that makes 791whp on my dyno, I’ll include the graph for my Boost Addict people
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        Nardo we just built tomorrow that makes 791whp on my dyno, I’ll include the graph for my Boost Addict people
        Much appreciated!

        We're just curious and want to see the curves. The numbers are phenomenal.
      1. alcuin's Avatar
        alcuin -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by HankIroz Click here to enlarge
        Itís tough. Give the details and the competition knows what to do. Donít give he details and the internet wonders. We have found that the name is good enough to just trust we know what is going on for your hard earned money. Iím perplexed how Underground Racing is able to charge .25M to build a huracan and not give a single spec ��*♂️

        People that want monster 5 cylinders, they know where to send and contact, the results are that finite.
        Hank,

        that's not true...

        I contacted you last year and still waiting for your answer Click here to enlarge

        You will remember the mail regarding were did IROZ came from.

        I would like to know if you still like the old iron block CEPA/CZGB 2.5 Tfsi engine.

        I have an RS3 waiting for big power but with non extreme torque.

        thanks