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Old 11-06-2009, 09:01 PM   #1
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went to the dyno today for the first time. I was pretty surprised with the numbers for this being a base map I got from begi. Ill put up the dyno sheet up when I find a scanner I can use. It made 249 and 203 ftlbs at 11lbs.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRb8zXpZ4p8
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Good numbers, wait till you actually tune it.
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stock exhaust? nice looking numbers i'd like the see the plot. but i don't know why people care about the videos of the dyno, can't discern one from the next
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Nice numbers!

Mach929: According to the description on the video, it's a 3" exhaust.
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third gear sure is short...
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Aren't you supposed to do it in 4th? I know it probably doesn't make a big difference but still.
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depends on the dyno and how it was setup, but normally you wanna use the 1:1 gear.
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Nice numbers!

Mach929: According to the description on the video, it's a 3" exhaust.
hmm, sorry i thought his sig said stock exhaust, maybe i'm just drunk
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yea I was thinking about asking them if they should put it in 4th but this is my first time at a dyno so I figured they knew what they were doing and I didn't want to sound stupid. Do think I would notice a difference in power if they did a 4th gear pull.
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great, now tune it. I assume that's a dynojet, so you should easily get another 20whp/wtq out of that with some spark and proper fuel.
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great, now tune it. I assume that's a dynojet, so you should easily get another 20whp/wtq out of that with some spark and proper fuel. That's a pretty damn strong starter-file as long as everything is safe.
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Thats the other thing I found out when I was there. According to there wide band I was starting to lean out up top it hit 13afr. But i do have a few leaks in my exhaust so they said that could be why it was reading lean. My aem gauge in the car sits at 10afr when in boost. So I'm going to get my afr gauge tested. I also was not getting any detonation, would you think I would if it really was that lean.
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A real 13afr under boost with pump gas would have definitely started knocking IMO.
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