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Old 09-13-2008, 10:32 PM
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Cool hit the dyno today

so i hit the dyno up today, bunch of people rented this guy's shop for 50$ each for 3 pulls with print out, it was a mustang dyno i do believe. here are my results.




max HP 219.2
max TQ 192.2

as you can see i need to do some more tuning, preferable dyno time

my setup is in my sig, tuned by paul, COP's not installed yet. any comments?

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Old 09-14-2008, 08:05 AM
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You getting a reset at ~4300?
Did you log during the pulls?
What about an AFR graph?

HOLY ****! You have a 25x12x9 FMIC?!?! That's ******* crazy! Hopefully it's not mounted in front of your radiator.
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mine is big and its in front of my radiator its a 31x12x3
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but it's not NINE ******* inches thick. It was a joke. Notice the 9 in bold? I installed the thing and it's only 3" thick. Bryan is just a moron

among some others...
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yeah i got that i was thinking it was wrong but i have seen some fucked up **** before so i never say any thing lol
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next time pull to 7k, next time get a better printout, next time make sure the TQ and HP scales are the same, next time fix the issue at 4.3K
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The graph sucks in soooooo many ways. First it's way to ******* small. But clicking on it opens some BS and doesn't show a bigger picture.

Why don't HP and Torque cross at 5252? Nothing makes sense to me. Looks like you made a pull to about 5300 if I ignore the bottom scale. And it looks like torque is higher than HP from that graph too. Makes zero sense to me.
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HP and TQ are simply scaled differently.

example: 300 max HP and 250 max TQ, these would not cross at 5252, but around 6300, however the graph would be factual.
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Oh. Well, ok. I'd rather have them both on the same scale I guess.

Not bad, but not great numbers for 12 PSI. Post up your timing table you are running. And pics of your 9" core IC.
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Not bad numbers at all for 12 psi on a 1.6.
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ok, didn't realize i typed the ic size wrong, sorry lol but i'll fix it in a sec.
I'm not currently home to scan in the time sheet that was a pic from my phone, and when i'll hit it with photoshop to show each runs chart.

it was a mustang dyno too which we know runs lower than other dyno's
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can't you get the raw file and change the scale? surely one of your ricer friends thought to get the files...
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What manifold and turbo are you running? Seems like its starting to run out of steam around 6K or are you letting off?

EDIT: Nevermind i found the answer to the turbo and manifold

Trying to make sense of this...what EGM are you running as well?

EDIT: Looks like you need a better manifold, but not bad numbers for the 1.6...

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