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My dyno....

Old 01-16-2006, 01:22 AM
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Ran this at dyno comp about a week ago.

To give you a more detailed idea of what I have;



720/550 Injectors

Rtek 1.7

2x380cc additional injectors

HKS AIC

T04b (undivided) .60/.81

Early open street port on secondaries

80mm downpipe/resonator

Apexi dual n1 exhaust

Stock IC

Manual Ball-Spring boost controller

This is at ~7-9 psi..
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:11 AM
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Kind of hard to read, but it looks like your around 260whp right?



That seems very optomistic for a stock intercooler...but either way, good job! Looks like keeping the boost lower at around 9psi for the stock IC let you get some good numbers... no go FMIC and 11psi and you should be running up to 280s!
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:52 AM
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nice power curve! the must a fun car to drive!
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Old 01-16-2006, 12:45 PM
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It was 273 rwhp...and thats an electric inertia dyno, not a dyno jet so thats a good reading...

Nah...front mount is the normal way to go. I gotta be different. I'm gonna do water injection and convert the stock IC into a water/air IC. I've actually got it tuned for about 16 psi now....probably makin 350 when the IC is cold. Ill hit up the dyno again after I get the IC done.
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So you are running 16psi right now w/ a stock TMIC? Or your GOING to run 16psi w/ the air/water IC? The air/water IC is cool, but why not locate it away from the engine...even if you put it on the turbo side, piping would be minimal. Another member here put his in front of the engine, pretty clean....
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Originally Posted by One320B' post='794496' date='Jan 16 2006, 04:10 PM

So you are running 16psi right now w/ a stock TMIC? Or your GOING to run 16psi w/ the air/water IC? The air/water IC is cool, but why not locate it away from the engine...even if you put it on the turbo side, piping would be minimal. Another member here put his in front of the engine, pretty clean....


100c intake temps @ 16psi after pulling 1/2nd gear. Intake temps start @20C.
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Revvin why did you quote me on your reply... are you saying that its not good to put the ic in front of the engine? I'm confused, lol..what did my post have to do w/ 100c IT @ 16psi ???
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Originally Posted by One320B' post='794541' date='Jan 16 2006, 04:02 PM

Revvin why did you quote me on your reply... are you saying that its not good to put the ic in front of the engine? I'm confused, lol..what did my post have to do w/ 100c IT @ 16psi ???
Cause hes stupid, dont listen to him. To much exhaust fumes.

...god my posts are getting pointless.
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Old 01-17-2006, 04:05 PM
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nice numbers!!! love your setup... good stuff
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Old 01-17-2006, 04:59 PM
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soooo you only have 50hp at 3000rpm, and 75hp at 3500rpm?



definitely sounds like a nice setup, im sure you have tons of fun driving it.



Also i wouldnt try pushing 16psi through the stock TMIC, unless you have an external source of cooling that IC.



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