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Dyno Sheets

Discussion in 'Dyno Figures' started by AirStrike, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. ari666

    ari666 250,000 hits

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    depends on what you mean by "duped" buddy. if youre AFR is a nice straight and true line, then your tuner has done his job and thats the end of it.

    if you wanted a piece of paper saying you had six billionty-watts, then yeah, you got duped.
     
  2. christov

    christov RFFN RFFR

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    I think you've misinterpreted mate, or I haven't been clear enough. Never said anything about wanting a sheet saying I have lots of killerwasps, purely interested in the true gain from mods done and not interested in seeing a figure that is far too high. If you refer to Grennans post about 270+rwkw cars with just an exhaust, intake and tune you will get my drift.
     
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    AFR is down around 15.1:1 max now. Tune still needs work though.
    I've picked up a good 15Nm through the early-mid range. But max output still sits around the same. (ignore the spike at the end where the Dyno backs off and throws false figures for a second)
    Still can't work out why the old graph goes to a higher km/h with less rpm, unless it ran on into the next gear or something. Blue and Green runs were to roughly 6000rpm.
     
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    Kiddo You're serious bro?!

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    Where the hell is the inlet!? 8 degree variance.
     
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    Kiddo You're serious bro?!

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    That'll give ya an idea
     
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    Finally got the vh on a dyno. Std vn304 with a h268, 200i tune.

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    Overall, I'm quite happy with it. Throttle response is much improved. It has a lot more pull throughout the rev range, especially off idle.


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    280rwk seems a little high for the usual zorst/intake/tune. I wonder whats changed.....

    Bet it sounds nice...
     
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    According to Sonny, he reckons it made quite nice power from factory. So, that being the case, you would assume that the gains were the same and the end result just ended a tiny bit higher then normal. Though, it is also around the ball-park figure of what I've seen anyway. Either way, it drives a thousand times better, and is better on fuel too which is a nice benefit.

    And yes. Obviously "sounding nice" is a matter of opinion, but in my opinion, I love the sound of it.
     
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    245RWKW standard? I think someone's dyno needs to be re-calibrated!
     
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    Impressive torque Claydog
     
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    Cheers, Fallsy.
    I was impressed that it made 400+ hp it's only a tiny cam and the 6.0l would help with the torque.
    It really is a very streetable combo (even though it does push on the converter a little when stopped at the lights)
    I'm yet to take it to the strip but that day will happen, closest strip is 3 hrs away.
     
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