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Old 08-31-2008, 10:53 PM   #41
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Thats pretty pathetic dude. Even Hillary gave up sooner.
if your going to quote then quote the whole thing and not just that parts that make you happy.
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Old 08-31-2008, 11:38 PM   #42
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1. Exactly how am i stubborn?
2. I agree i think my number is high, but
3. until dynoed otherwise i'll stand by my 136whp,
4. that was on a dyno that other people where making CORRECT numbers on.
5. i made sure my vehicle was intentionally not the first one.
1. Already demonstrated ad nauseum.
2. It is extremely high, all thing being considered, about 20whp over every other single '01 with those mods ever tested against the universally accepted "standard" of the Dynojet.
3. You might want to hold your breath, cross your fingers, and stomp your foot really hard on that first pull.
4/5. So what does that mean... is this trying to say that because the other cars that went before you that day all made expected power that it validates your car making 20whp more than any other stock(ish) '01 ever?

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Old 09-01-2008, 12:01 AM   #43
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1. Already demonstrated ad nauseum.
2. It is extremely high, all thing being considered, about 20whp over every other single '01 with those mods ever tested against the universally accepted "standard" of the Dynojet.
3. You might want to hold your breath, cross your fingers, and stomp your foot really hard on that first pull.
4/5. So what does that mean... is this trying to say that because the other cars that went before you that day all made expected power that it validates your car making 20whp more than any other stock(ish) '01 ever?

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yes that is better, and why do you keep saying 01? its a 99. also keep in mind that it is stock that i know of. this car had mods done before i got it.
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Old 09-01-2008, 12:39 AM   #44
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My bad, '99... makes little difference.

From that dyno plot, the blue lines are an '01 and the red ones are a '99. The '01 makes a pinch more power betwee 4500 and 5500 from the VVT, but it's not significant.

And as for the PO's mods... I'm sure he didn't accidentally forget to tell you about some "secret" part on the car... like a hidden auto-sensing 25shot NOS system that only activates when it thinks it's on a dyno.

Come on man... can we end this thing?
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My bad, '99... makes little difference.

From that dyno plot, the blue lines are an '01 and the red ones are a '99. The '01 makes a pinch more power betwee 4500 and 5500 from the VVT, but it's not significant.

And as for the PO's mods... I'm sure he didn't accidentally forget to tell you about some "secret" part on the car... like a hidden auto-sensing 25shot NOS system that only activates when it thinks it's on a dyno.

Come on man... can we end this thing?
i bought it from a dealer and they bought it from an auction somewhere in NC. and yes it can be ended.
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yeah maybe the dude has a 20 shot of nos hes not telling us about..
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:16 AM   #47
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yeah maybe the dude has a 20 shot of nos hes not telling us about..
yea i have a sneaky pete hidden under the seat like vin diesel
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yea i have a sneaky pete hidden under the seat like vin diesel
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Sorry Redrum, your reputation is made here, and you'll never fully recover from how big a douchebag this thread makes you look. You might as well head over to cr.net and join that crowd. I guarantee you'll be welcomed with open arms.
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So how about some of us chip in a couple dollars and send him over to dynolab before waving the banstick?
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So how about some of us chip in a couple dollars and send him over to dynolab before waving the banstick?
I'd like to see what the "magic engine" is really making and I'd like to see his 136whp dyno plot.

My guess is that he's making 115whp tops.

I've seen '99 miatas make 124whp with minor bolt-ons, on a dynojet, and i thought that was too high. I was present at the dyno run.
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Here is a friend's NA 99 with bolt-ons at the April 5th Northeast Dyno Day
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wasnt this same claim on m.net a while back?
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wasnt this same claim on m.net a while back?
yes it was.
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So when are you going to a real dyno to shut us all up and prove you're right?
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So when are you going to a real dyno to shut us all up and prove you're right?
as soon as i get a chance. not exactly the easiest thing to do when you have school all day, but i am more than willing to go to a dyno and be proven wrong-or-right
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C'mon man, admit it: your setup making 136 RWHP @ 8000 RPM is as feasible as cold fusion.

You'd make an excellent defense attorney though.
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I'll pay for your re-dyno, provided I get double my money back if you don't make 136whp with peak power at 8000rpm.
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I'm down in warner robins, ga...what dyno shop are you using in eastman?
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