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Old 01-24-2011, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by JDMxGE8 View Post
No need to get all anal bro. I just copied and pasted from my build thread. I edited my post. Happy?
Thanks brah. And I deleted my "anal" post for you.

I'll be happy when we hear about that supercharger kit you got everyone all hot and bothered over...
 

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Old 01-24-2011, 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by DiamondStarMonsters View Post
Thanks brah. And I deleted my "anal" post for you.

I'll be happy when we hear about that supercharger kit you got everyone all hot and bothered over...
Haha! Thanks. I was just messin around with my last post. I'll be happy when I hear about it too. The waiting game isn't fun.
 
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:30 PM
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100.6 whp 102 tq
 
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Long time lurker, first time poster. I bought my 2007 Fit Base in May 2006 and drove it out to California so the guys at AEM could test fit the cold air intake for the manual transmission Fits. In August 2012 I bought a 2012 Civic Si and decided to finish modifying the Fit. Power modifications include: AEM cold air intake, DC Sports headers, Megan Racing catless downpipe and mid-section pipe, ending with a Tanabe Medallion axle-back muffler. All that plus an e-tune from Vit (FlashPro Tunes for Honda and Acura | VitTuned Flashpro, KPro & S300 Tuning) resulted in 115.46whp and 110.10wtq.

 
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:01 PM
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Wow great numbers. Vit is doing a tune for my fit as we'll. when we finish ill dyno for my base line before FI. That is really encouraging
 
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:20 PM
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And running on 91 octane (Arizona doesn't believe in anything higher than that like 93). I forgot that part. Oh, and it isn't SAE corrected because Vit's corrector was broken (?) at the time. He said it would have been a wash in correcting it though because the barometric pressure was so high when I did it so he didn't bother in fixing it.

I'm a moderator on 9thgencivic.com and Vit got great reviews from everyone over there, so I decided to give him a whirl with the Fit. I was going to be happy if he got me over the 100hp mark, based on the stock Fit having about 85-87whp. But ho. Ly. Crap! The Fit is so much more fun to drive than my 2012 Civic Si. But that is partly due to all the suspension modifications I've done on the Fit. When I buy FlashPro for the Si I'll have Vit tune that too.

Like someone else mentioned, I'm surprised there aren't more people with dyno sheets. I'm also surprised that the KraftWerks owners are only seeing like 10hp more than me with the standard boost kit. I really want to get the high boost kit from KraftWerks but can't justify the $4500 for it when I'm just south of 100,000 miles on the little engine. It shore would be fun though to have a little 164hp+ (KraftWerks' numbers) sleeper!
 
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:26 PM
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Sorry kraftwerks no longer supports the fit. I would have gone with a supercharger over building my own turbo setup but gotta do what you gotta do.
 
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by cte8624 View Post
Sorry kraftwerks no longer supports the fit.
True But, as of 07/13/2013 KraftWerks still had one high boost supercharger that they were trying to offload. Other than them I'd have to find some authorized dealer that still has one sitting around. I'm still himming and hawing over whether I'm going to bite the bullet or not. I have a lot of miles on my Fit and I live in the desert where we have like 8 months of Summer and 4 months of not-so-Summer that I guess is defined as Winter. Warm air doesn't compress as well as cold air which would make less boost which would result in less power.

I guess I could always get one of those turbo fans I see on eBay and make tons moar power! Kidding, of course.
 
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:40 PM
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Damn I may have to contact them about that kit. I have the same issue in texas we have about two weeks of winter then head back to summer
 
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Old 01-05-2014, 05:57 PM
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08 AT Fit

120whp ??ftlb
base Kraftwerks Supercharger
Top Mount intercooler
195cc Injectors
T1R header
T1R Test Pipe
Spoon B-Pipe
Spoon N1 Axle-back
Sit find it funny to be able to tell people I went from 120whp Boosted to 223whp NA. I always get the wtf face, lol
 
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Sit find it funny to be able to tell people I went from 120whp Boosted to 223whp NA. I always get the wtf face, lol
Post your dyno sheet! You did a K20 swap, right?
 
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:28 PM
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Got my scanner hooked up and working

 
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Old 03-04-2014, 12:59 AM
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I was planning on getting on to finishing what I have started on my Fit today since it was 80 degrees outside yesterday.. The temperature dropped 62 degrees overnight and kind of screwed things up..
 
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Old 03-18-2014, 12:48 AM
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I use my GE Sport for business occasionally but after having modified countless cars I am sure that I could break 100whp dynojet with my Fit while still retaining stock like sound at SUB 4000rpm.

Due to warranty I really do not want to go past intake, downpipe and exhaust as far as bolt -ons go but but the looks of these graphs 100whp is VERY obtainable with minor bolt ons
 
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Old 04-13-2014, 11:37 PM
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Tune the fit a week or so ago. Only got 101 WHP and 98 WTQ. This is on the following mods:

AFE Stage 2 intake
MR header
MR down pipe (running no cat)
Denso IK20 plugs
Hondata flash pro

After looking at other numbers I feel like my fit has more potential. So guys are getting over 100 WHP without hondata or a chip. Does wheel weight make a difference?
 
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Rollerboots666 View Post
Tune the fit a week or so ago. Only got 101 WHP and 98 WTQ. This is on the following mods:

AFE Stage 2 intake
MR header
MR down pipe (running no cat)
Denso IK20 plugs
Hondata flash pro

After looking at other numbers I feel like my fit has more potential. So guys are getting over 100 WHP without hondata or a chip. Does wheel weight make a difference?
less rotational mass helps with acceleration, but I'm not sure on a dyno. My dyno guy told me that my smaller diameter wheels and tyres help on the street and track but hurt the dyno numbers.
 
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Old 04-14-2014, 01:00 PM
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Just redynoed my 2011 now with T1R secondary cat-delete. Up 3 hp and 2 trq. to 117/102 on a Mustang Dyno.
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Old 09-27-2014, 04:19 PM
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Update. My previous sheet was an e-dyno as previously explained (see post #25). I believe that it was done in second gear, though it could have been in third. I don't remember because it was it was e-dyno'd on or around 12/17/2013 after the tuning process was completed on 05/17/2013. I don't remember the temperature, altitude, or barometric pressure was. That having been said, below is my new dyno sheet from this morning.





The temperature was 87F, altitude was about 1200ft, and barometric pressure was about 29.75. This was done on a Dynapack here: Welcome: Xact Dyno. The (bottom) red line was the baseline and the purple line was after a little tuning. Both were done in fourth gear. The green and orange(?) lines were done in third gear. The final number of 108.809hp/97.61tq was achieved in third gear with the aforementioned conditions. I'll let everyone decide for themselves if the numbers are high or low, or power at the wheels or the crank or in my fairytale land.
 

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