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Old 08-01-2006, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The 22nd of this month my cars being dyno'd. I'm not really sure how it'll turn out as the car isn't tuned very well and my engine tuner wants around $250 to tune it which isn't worth it since we will have to retune it as soon as the turbo is on.


Mods: BMS CAI, 2.5" crush bent cat-back exhaust, ground wires, SMT-6 (piggy back), MSD DIS-2, MSD coil packs, MSD spark plug wires, performance clutch/pressure plate, lighter flywheel, 16" 13.5lbs wheels (with heavy competitions tires though), 255 walbro fuel pump, older nubira injectors (long story). I know there is more and I'll add them as I remember.

I might also have a big brake kit on the front which would effect the power output. Not really sure if I will or not.

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About freaking time kinky, I am going to guess you are either close to or in the 200 hp to the wheels, and most probably in the low 200's as far as hp it self goes and I have no idea on your torque. If you can post the dyno sheet.
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Ooooooooooo, kinkys da man
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About freaking time kinky, I am going to guess you are either close to or in the 200 hp to the wheels, and most probably in the low 200's as far as hp it self goes and I have no idea on your torque. If you can post the dyno sheet.
...with the turbo

I'm hoping for 130whp, 135whp being extreamly optimistic. I think my max hp should be high but the overall power band won't be as good looking due to things like my big exhaust. Though my car isn't even tuned so I'm not sure what to expect.
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...with the turbo

I'm hoping for 130whp, 135whp being extreamly optimistic. I think my max hp should be high but the overall power band won't be as good looking due to things like my big exhaust. Though my car isn't even tuned so I'm not sure what to expect.
135whp meaning like what, 150 or so at the crank?

That wouldn't be bad at all IMO. Get you tuned up and you'll probably be 10-15 higher than that.

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135whp meaning like what, 150 or so at the crank?

That wouldn't be bad at all IMO. Get you tuned up and you'll probably be 10-15 higher than that.

Keep us posted!
off the top of my head thats more like 170crank.
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Just make sure you post your dyno sheets with afr graph. I can't wait for the results... so exciting Good Luck
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exciting times! I can't wait to see either! I'm betting on 130 - 140 peak whp around 5500RPM
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exciting times! I can't wait to see either! I'm betting on 130 - 140 peak whp around 5500RPM
I can't remember what the UD pulley dyno graph made its max at but I'm guessing 5700rpms just cuz the large exhaust and so many lightweight stuff
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122whp and 132tq was the max out of 6 runs with 2 1/2 min intervals each. The first three runs were with the engine running inbtween and the last three were with it off.

I wasn't sure what to expect after I saw the tempature outside; 95-97degrees. The tq is higher than I expected by alot and the hp is a couple lower than I hoped for.

Keep in mind that 360d dyno were at 45degrees.
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