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Old 09-30-2007, 09:38 PM   #1
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Ok, so with the new turbonetics t3/t4, cat delete, new downpipe, and new drivers side intercooler pipe, and AVC-r....

The car did 292 wheel and 222 torque at 13psi... She's a beast, I'll get the dyno sheet scanned in ASAP, along with my old one for comparison
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Its been 5 minutes, were is the damn dyno!
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Old 09-30-2007, 10:10 PM   #3
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aw you didnt break the magic 300.

but 292 is friggin awesome.
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Damn 13 psi no friggin way that is great. Damn yo musta held 220 lbft until redline.
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Old 09-30-2007, 11:55 PM   #5
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little brother is doing homework on the computer with the scanner...... starting to annoy me.....

Another nice point is that the previous tune was done on a 40 degree day in december.... and it was 85 degrees the day of this tune. in a shop with no AC....

Bad thing.... I wish the dyno sheets were on the same scale, it's kind of hard to compare them visually.

I'm having my brother try to scan the sheet in now
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:18 AM   #6
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ok here we go.

First is the old dyno



and here is the new one




If anyone can do something with the scale of each so they are easier to compare, I'd be much obliged!
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you do know you have a 4.3 rear end right? unless you did something funny why do both graphs have 2 lines, and why are the numbers different i dunno how to read the info i guess?
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:23 AM   #8
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I think scott could use the .dll files or something like that if you wanted that done. Not offering that up as in he'll do it but if someone was i think they need the .dll file if that even exists.
That's pretty damn impressive, i bet that feel amazing. I hope to have that kind of power to the ground when I finish my setup.
Side note. Are you internally or externally gated?
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externally gated

they give you a sort of before and after line...
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:59 AM   #10
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nah you know what? those are my old numbers (the lower graph) can't believe I didn't notice the correlation!
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wow thats gotta be a freakin rush to drive. Looking at the numbers, you get about 120hp at 4k (almost stock), then by 5k you're at 200hp, 6k is close to 260hp, and it keeps increasing to redline ...
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here's your TQ and HP laid out on the same graph (so the numbers rep both tq and hp)
Looks to me like you had 300whp no prob at 7k... who knows where it would've ended.
I'm surprised you're getting peak tq so late. What are the specs on your turbo? big turbine? big ARs?
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Old 10-01-2007, 12:05 PM   #13
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http://turboneticsinc.com/products/i...category_id=75

that's the turbo according to my serial number

haven't been able to find any compressor maps for it however
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That doesn't tell everything, and the text is generic t3/t4. I think beerslurpy was running a similar turbo. Is yours bb? I wonder if there's more torque to be found... I'm running a bit larger t3/t4 with 200cc extra displacement and made 100ftlbs+ more torque at 4400rpm. How much time did you invest in tuning? You know what your timing looks like? EGTs?
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not realy sure on all that. maybe 2 hours on the dyno ( I was at work) Journal bearing turbo not BB.
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blah, i need a new cam! wtf.
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I can post the map from the hydra if it would help you guys with figuring out the timing and shiznit...
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One question oh mustard lover :gay: why are you posting this in the greddy subsection?
When the DIY section would confuse less noobs? https://www.miataturbo.net/dynos-timesheets-21/
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I thought there was only one section: "New Posts" :gay:
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I thought I did post in the dyno's and timesheets section of diy..... maybe I'm an idiot?

someone move to the correct subsection!
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