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Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by KARTAL, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. Dale@CHE

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    wouldnt have a clue.. didnt look, but it will be the same as any other car making 186rwkw at 6800rpm..
     
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    good point. good result is this the first one you've had make this much power?
     
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    Jarp Surely You Jest

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    Oh that one was without CAI...interesting.
     
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    You'd get a few from a underdrive pulley at higher revs also.

    Oh and Dale, is MAFLESS ever going to be a possibility?
     
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    I don't think so, but let me look a little more there us a few extra tables in the sidi pcms that might allow it but no promises
     
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    Yep this is the highest one so far!
     
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    is that the same for non DI engines?
     
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    Non di have no chance
     
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    Fair enough, well saves me a few $$ haha. DI engines are looking very impressive.
     
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    can you post the graph Dale? how long you blokes closed over xmas?
     
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    Back on the 5th
     
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    :) only 5 sleeps to go. So any guesses on peak rwkw based on the 187 Dale got before xmas....add a CAI for mine though.
     
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    Make sure you get a dead stock dyno run so we can see the improvement then it doesnt matter if the dyno is happy or not. Its the total gain thats important and how much power and torque it picked up in the mid range. I will say you will see a 15 to 20rwkw gain. Max KW numbers are just that numbers.
     
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    Yeah true...already has the CAI on it though but will try and get a baseline with that before extractors and tune done. But if you take around 20% off for your driveline I reckon about 165rwkw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbdLex9BpyM stock then add 10 for CAI, 10 for extractors and 10 for tune I'm goin for 195rwkw.
     
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    You're going to be disappointed if you're expecting 195rwkw. That's more than a stock LS1.
     
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    Mayhap...but 187 already achieved without CAI so is on the cards.
     
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    What mods have you got to make 187rwkw?
     
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    he hasn't Dale tuned a car before christmas that made that power with extractors a catback and tune. Dale did say thats the first he's had make that power.
     
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    Why dont you throw the std intake back on for the base dyno run, surly it only takes 20 mins. Then we will have an idea how much kw a stock sidi has. If your car is not stock before you you start modifying and tuning, you will never know your true gains. For instance I know my typhoon made 218rwkw dead stock and now it make 360 rwkw. So I know my gain was 142 RWKW. All on the same dyno. I would say dont try and have high expectations with high numbers as it may leave you disappointed.
     
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    Yeah above reference will give u an idea of stock and there are a few others out there too including the Camaro runs. I can't be bothered switching gear around, as you say, the numbers aren't that important it's how it drives.
     

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