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Old 11-10-2007, 07:12 PM   #81
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my WBo2 log shows the high end of 12, so it's close.

it did ping and I pulled out...needed to drive home. Has a good 240rwhp in it, doesn't ping on the street.

boost spike to 14psi and then settles to 12 and rises to 13. Need to play with my EBC more, just got it working 5 minutes before I went on the dyno.



but here's the rest.


I use SAE correction and 5 smoothing so they are lower than what we saw today.

Brucew's 5.0L swap:



Olderguy's:
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Evank's


Mach929's:


that7guy's:


brgracer's new kit:



and mine!:


and because i can, me vs myself 1 year ago (relatively same psi):
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Old 11-10-2007, 07:18 PM   #82
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you ******* are lucky i didn't have my turbo today. woulda made you all look like the children you are. had a good time, nice putting some faces to the screennames. awesome time at the karting too pwning you all.

**** you all for being so close and being home in like 20 mins.
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Disclaimer: Mine was lower than last time since I had put in the 305's and 626 AFM and had not yet done tuning runs. Was running pig rich.
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Scott, I really think you would have made damn close to 250whp if you didn't have to lift. The dyno was heading in that direction.

PS: head work FTMFW!!!11oneoneeleven
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Old 11-10-2007, 08:08 PM   #85
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karting?! aw.
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Old 11-10-2007, 08:20 PM   #86
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Just wanted to say thanks to all for coming out on a cold/wet day. I hope everyone makes it back for the spring dyno day with the winter to work on the cars. Really looking forward to seeing the V8 miata dyno after tweaking as well as Tim's bigger twin setup. Maybe Paul will make it out with a turbo car this time. Neogenesis, you better bring out your monster built setup! You bitches better get your crap ready for the spring!

I also talked with the dyno guys, and next time, we're all set up. I just need to give him some advance notice so he can make sure to have a full propane tank for the grill. Also, if we get more people to dyno, I've already talked him into lowering the price so he'll work with us.
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If we can shoot for spring break in march I will personally guarantee to melt all of your faces with my power. Also Tom, check your PMs.
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Sounds like i missed out today. As soon as you know a date for the next time put the info out so i can schedule accordingly....
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Old 11-10-2007, 10:37 PM   #89
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If we can shoot for spring break in march I will personally guarantee to melt all of your faces with my power. Also Tom, check your PMs.
i could build an engine in 5 months, right?
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If you drop off your **** at a machine shop now for good measure. Brad and I could tell you all about that. I admittedly gave him alot more flak about his than he gave me about mine :P

Basically, time at machine shop - 3 months
Time for assembling myself - 2 days taking my time and blueprinting

It might be a little shorter for you now that racing season is basically over, but the longer you put it off the longer it will take.
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If you drop off your **** at a machine shop now for good measure. Brad and I could tell you all about that. I admittedly gave him alot more flak about his than he gave me about mine :P

Basically, time at machine shop - 3 months
Time for assembling myself - 2 days taking my time and blueprinting

It might be a little shorter for you now that racing season is basically over, but the longer you put it off the longer it will take.
the stroker motor for my jeep has been in the machine shop for a year now.
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Old 11-10-2007, 11:26 PM   #92
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i could build an engine in 5 months, right?
Mine will be done in less than 30 days from the time I start.
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You got the hookup though, us mere mortals have to wait longer.

Philip, now your being pissed off at project cars is in a little better perspective. Any reason why you have allowed the same shop to take that long to build a motor? I would have gotten my stuff back and gone somewhere else if I have no progress after 2 months.
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You got the hookup though, us mere mortals have to wait longer.

Philip, now your being pissed off at project cars is in a little better perspective. Any reason why you have allowed the same shop to take that long to build a motor? I would have gotten my stuff back and gone somewhere else if I have no progress after 2 months.
because when I dropped it off it was winter, and I need the jeep
then it was summer, and it's too hot to swap a motor
now it's winter again

the shop has some mexicans that will pull a motor for $200, I might just pay them to swap it once built.
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being mexican, i know mexicans that will pull a motor for 60 bucks, in fact, well i actually paid the guy i know 80 to pull a 4 cyl bimmer motor, then pull a turbo motor out of an Audi 200, then remove the intake mani, oil cooler adapter, exhaust mani, with the turbo, wastegate, flexhose and DP, separate the parts, AND take the oil cooler off of a volvo, and he did it all in 3 and half hours AT the junkyard,
. . the saws-all was his best friend.
and the best part was only paying $562 for all the parts with warranty.
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wish I spoke spanish.
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Sounds like i missed out today. As soon as you know a date for the next time put the info out so i can schedule accordingly....
Phillip should love that. a 6 month long thread for a dyno day.




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**** finally, one week and I won't have to look at this thread anymore.
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Phillip should love that. a 6 month long thread for a dyno day.
Maybe with that much advanced warning, he could join us

Or at least learn to speak Spanish
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Evank's

In another pull, I made 219.31hp, and 210ft.lb.
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It's the same pull. They didn't add smoothing into the chart and use STD corrections, which keep the numbers on the high side. SAE correction is the industry standard so I use that, which lowers the numbers a tad. I also throw smooth on becuase a lot of times little blips on the graph throw the numbers up.

for example, mine showed 227hp on their dyno, 218 after I changed the correction.

here are the drf files for you all to play with:
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