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Old 04-07-2009, 02:24 AM   #1
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Here is the dyno log that i never got around to posting in my last thread.
reason? i was lazy.

as you see in the 4.3 area it has a little drop. i think thats from the mis-fire when i was running stock 1.6 coil pack and plug wires, i am now running with COPS since then.
The tuner said if i had a stronger ignition system he would have been able to pump out a few more HP from the set-up. since the install of COPS i no-longer get the mis-fire

when i get my car back from the body shop for new paint i will upload the MS logs

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you can tell how bad the base map was with my current set up, it wasnt letting the car go past 4.2in the rpm band =P
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How many lbs?
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though every car is different, isn't that about what you should be getting from like 7-8 psi?
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though every car is different, isn't that about what you should be getting from like 7-8 psi?

Oh great...

Another thing is i suspect my engine of having low compression so i decided not to long ago to rebuild the extra 1.6 i have sitting in the garage
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looks like my dyno at 8 psi on a mustang dyno way back when i started. The power of timming man dont underestimate it. Still GJ I am sure u will be able to pull some more ponys out of there.
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