First Dyno (greetings from Chile)

 
Old 06-09-2009, 01:10 AM
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Cool First Dyno (greetings from Chile)

Hi.

With a group of friends we rent a dyno for a day and finaly I know how much WHP I have (I never did go to the dyno alone, because I have to pay 100 USD for a couple of runs ). I suspect something about my level of power after doing some kills (standard sti's and evos ).

Well, too much talk. Let's see the numbers at 13,5 PSI.

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At 7 PSI the car put 196 WHP.!!

I'm very happy with the results.!

Thanks to all folks that help me to set up and tune the MS.!

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awesome!

and

pics of car!
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hells yeah good job man
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here, pics of my car on the dyno.
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I hope, put the same numbers. (Macanha is for the same country and he help me), pretends to an identical setup.
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Tuesday afternoon I had the pleasure of driving the car macanha. First time I drive a turbo car. The answer is AMAZING !!!!!, I want to turbo my car NOW ... Hahahaha. (Luckily I have to wait only weeks).

Drive to 7 psi (around 190 whp) and 12 or 14 psi (around 240 whp). At first it was a bit of shock compared to my stock miata. After coming to enjoy.

Thanks Rodrigo.

Apologies for reviving a topic as old, but it was not to create another one with my experience today.
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Originally Posted by mauro miata View Post
Tuesday afternoon I had the pleasure of driving the car macanha. First time I drive a turbo car. The answer is AMAZING !!!!!, I want to turbo my car NOW ... Hahahaha. (Luckily I have to wait only weeks).

Drive to 7 psi (around 190 whp) and 12 or 14 psi (around 240 whp). At first it was a bit of shock compared to my stock miata. After coming to enjoy.

Thanks Rodrigo.

Apologies for reviving a topic as old, but it was not to create another one with my experience today.
You are a chicken dude. A scared chicken.

Miatas are for hairdresser, but miata turbo is another story. You have to shift gears higher than 3.000 RPM in WOT to be more than a simple hairdresser.

Wahahaha

Just joking . First time I was scared too!
Hope you car became turbo soon.!
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Nice numbers, congrats and props for your setup
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hey VIVA CHILE!! yo soy chileno pero vivo en miami.. how is the scene. alot of racing im looking to move back in a year. compa.. lol
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Excelente Cuando vuelvas avisa.
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Originally Posted by macanha View Post
One strap only, and to a non structural point? Yikes!!
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when we were dynoing on the dyno dynamics...they didnt strap us in at all. it was wicked.


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Originally Posted by levnubhin View Post
I see two..

thats a cycle dyno.
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insert youtube/dyno accident

I would never allow my car to be on a roller dyno with less than 4 straps, nor would I be inside a shop that had less than 4 straps on a car.
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They only strapped down the ones that were launching off it... like the 400rwhp starion or the LS2 miata...
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One strap only, and to a non structural point? Yikes!!
The front straps confuse me-- so if the car jumps off the rollers, the front straps would... rip the front bumper off??? I mean I guess that is better than it slamming into a wall but urgh
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The front straps confuse me-- so if the car jumps off the rollers, the front straps would... rip the front bumper off??? I mean I guess that is better than it slamming into a wall but urgh
If one of the rear straps came loose or broke I think they would at least help keep the car straight.
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In Chile, they dyno the cars in reverse...
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