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Old 01-18-2007, 09:17 PM   #1
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Smile myfonti's first dyno results!

i finally got my car dynoed! the before dyno was so unappealing that i almost cried([email protected])
right after that, i got a dp custom made at 2.5 in. and 3 in. test pipe with the rest of the piping to the magnaflow resonator and muffler at 3 in. as well...
the end dyno result was [email protected] not bad, right?
check my sheet! it was on a dynojet...
next is a clutch(break it in), then throw on my emb, 305cc injectors, jr afpr, 190lhp fp... i want 250rwhp! but ill settle for 230...
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That's a step in the right direction, get that clutch and everything else in already man, you've been talking about it for about a month now.
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looks good (especially for the boost level)....I'd like to see it vs. engine speed.


happen to have the .drf files?
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all i have is what i posted... and the receipt... want that? hehe ummm whats a .drf file?
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That's the actual dyno file that the dynojet creates, you can ask the shop for it .
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:34 PM   #6
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i dont think them guys saved it if anything... it was just a simple dyno run... nothing hooked up like wbo2... just before and after runs... although, the before and after numbers were the best numbers, so i guess those were the only 1s shown...
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Looks really good. Numbers are right on. And don't feel bad about the 132, I think I made something like 122 after installing the stock GReddy kit and going to the dyno. Funny how I never posted or saved that run...
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Looking good man, once I get my clutch in, I am going to schedule a dyno run to see what I am making at 8psi. Once I get new injectors, then I am going to step it up a lot more.
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1 more note, that was at 8 degrees btdc... will i have more power bumping the timing to 10? 12? or 14? that is once i install my emanage blue or water injection... whichever comes first...
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Once you get the WI in, I was able to run my base 12 degrees of timing, and only pull 2 degrees to eliminate all knock at 6psi, just to give you a better idea. But, I also rely on my WI a little bit too much. I am putting to gether a safeguards system for the WI, so that will give me some piece of mind. It will give you a little more power, but you have to be careful when messing with the ignition timing when incresing the cylinder pressures.
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all i have is what i posted... and the receipt... want that? hehe ummm whats a .drf file?
Once you get the DRF file you can compare dyno runs with other people (I've got an interesting one at home comparing my 201 HP turbo to a 202 HP M62. Very eye opening...
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hmmm do u think the shop saved my dyno run? i need a clutch! i want [email protected]! but will settle for 230 if it doesnt work out...
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Sure they saved it. Too lazy to delete it and too lazy to give you a copy. I'd drop by there with a USB memory key or floppy and ask for a copy if they won't send you one in email.
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great figures.

Its pretty amazing that you have gained approx 2orwhp by opening up the exhaust at the same PSI.

Surely thats like around a gain of 30+hp at the flywheel?

Anyway ...its convinced me to open up my exhaust another quarter inch.

I always thought it would make minimal difference.
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^kinda on the same boat

I guess i need to update my natural aspirated exhaust for a FI one.
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that's awesome. definetly means its a good downpipe. why am I so happy about this? because that downpipe is currently sitting out in the parking lot. IN MY MIATA! followed by a 2.5" cat, piping, and magnaflow muffler

hehe although I'm running a bipes pulling 10degrees, and 7.5psi. wonder what I'm making?
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