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Old 10-14-2006, 04:03 PM   #1
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Default 99 sport dyno

sorry dont have a online copy or a scanner.

110 rwhp
112 tq

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Old 10-14-2006, 04:24 PM   #2
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Old 10-14-2006, 04:25 PM   #3
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how come the were fanning the tail end?

you can snap a quick pic of the printout!
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What kind of dyno?
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Old 10-14-2006, 04:30 PM   #5
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dyno jet. They had just had a FWD car on there. They had another fan

I can try to get a shot of the dyno sheet but I need to charge the batteries. They were have some issues with the signal as the last thousand or so rpms where choppy. This car has done 121 and 112 of tq before. It was also humid today

Alot of the cars were getting Higher torque number for some reason. Merc SLR SC (with RennTech stuff) was there
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My dyno was similar to this one done by FM of a 1999 with axel back.

http://www.flyinmiata.com/tech/dyno_runs/99_050400.pdf

LIke i said when my batteries are charged i will post
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Old 10-15-2006, 02:01 AM   #7
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it was humid in houston...no way. hehe
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The black wheels look so right on that color
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some more photos someone else took



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Is that a 2JZ in the in that last white silvia? Or is he just gay and put a TRD oil cap in his car?
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240 with a JZ in it. He went 9's with a KA-T iirc. Its been a couple of years since he did that. This one he swapped a JZ. One of his other cars is an large single turbo supra turbo.
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That's some big power in attendance.

Pitlab- for comparison, I had a 99 junkyard motor do 133rwhp 112ftlbs with a straight pipe and standalone ecu. I wonder if I got a "good" salvage motor, or would an ecu and straight pipe make up that much. hmmm....
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Good torque numbers, but the hp seems a little low to me. My ES prepped '95 R package dynoed 114 hp / 108 ft-lbs on a dyno jet. How many miles on the motor?
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IIRC about 8k on the refresh per previoius owner. Motor dynoed closer to 119whp before (I got old dyno sheets from previous owner) Although alot of cars were down on hp at this dyno.
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Are you gonna race the car in CS in the upcoming year. Going to any National events? My wife and I should be at anything within 10-12 hours of Nashville. My goal this year is to shed the notion that I have the fastest Miata in ES and go to the fastest car in ES! The car is fast, but I sometimes don't drive so well. My past Nationals results are:

2004 - 11th in CS (only pre-99 to trophy since 2000)
2005 - 12 in ES (6th in dry and the rain screwed me)
2006 - 7th in ES (would have been 5th if it weren't for a cone on my last run)

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