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Old 09-27-2014, 11:52 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.
I know many say Dynopack run higher numbers. Truthfully I have no clue whats true about this. Either way nice numbers Dwils! :thumb ups:Glad you got a chance to get on the dyno. How does the car feel now?
 
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Old 09-28-2014, 12:41 AM
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The Fit feels the exact same as it did yesterday. Dynos are kind of like ovens: some read high and some read low. Just because I bake something at 300 at sea level it will turn out differently if I bake it in the mountains. Even if I had done a few more pulls on the exact same dyno in the exact same location other variables have changed like engine temperature, outside temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure. Just because I make Xhp doesn't necessarily mean that another member with the exact same modifications with the exact same tune will make the same numbers.
 
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Old 09-28-2014, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by DWils View Post
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.
Thank you for the dyno plots! I have never been one to say or judge whether a dyno is considered 'high' or 'low' because it is irrelevant info (To me at least). The most important information is what is your base number and the number after tuning/modifications/etc. I noticed what looks like a 2-3whp & 4lb-ft of torque gain after tuning (In 4th gear) If you don't mind me asking, what did you tune to achieve those numbers?
 
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Old 09-28-2014, 08:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Myxalplyx View Post
Thank you for the dyno plots! I have never been one to say or judge whether a dyno is considered 'high' or 'low' because it is irrelevant info (To me at least). The most important information is what is your base number and the number after tuning/modifications/etc. I noticed what looks like a 2-3whp & 4lb-ft of torque gain after tuning (In 4th gear) If you don't mind me asking, what did you tune to achieve those numbers?
I too find it irrelevant because dynos are also like scales (to weigh stuff): even though three scales are zero'd out, I can step on one and it will read 180lbs, the second will read 178lbs, and the third will read 181lbs. So how much do I really weigh?!


I never got a baseline before beginning the tuning process. I based my gain off of the numbers posted by others of stock power between 85-87hp, though my 2007 Fit could have made slightly more or slightly less power. I have no idea what the guy did to get a little more power out of it though he did say "it was running a little rich". I didn't really pay attention because I wasn't expecting him to make any changes. I was just there to get it on a "real" dyno for comparison.
 
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Old 09-29-2014, 05:02 AM
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Originally Posted by DWils View Post
I too find it irrelevant because dynos are also like scales (to weigh stuff): even though three scales are zero'd out, I can step on one and it will read 180lbs, the second will read 178lbs, and the third will read 181lbs. So how much do I really weigh?!


I never got a baseline before beginning the tuning process. I based my gain off of the numbers posted by others of stock power between 85-87hp, though my 2007 Fit could have made slightly more or slightly less power. I have no idea what the guy did to get a little more power out of it though he did say "it was running a little rich". I didn't really pay attention because I wasn't expecting him to make any changes. I was just there to get it on a "real" dyno for comparison.
Thanks for responding! I should have been clearer. The one plot showed a lowest hp/tq in 4th gear, then some tuning and then a slightly higher number hp/tq in 4th gear. . The 'baseline' I was referring too was the very first number you got before he did tuning to achieve the slightly higher number.

I shouldn't have used the word 'baseline' as that usually is a reference to the very first dyno run that is done, before any modifications are done. My apologies!
 
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Old 09-29-2014, 05:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Myxalplyx View Post
The 'baseline' I was referring too was the very first number you got before he did tuning to achieve the slightly higher number.
No worries. I also am ignorant as to the answer for this question because I didn't tune it. I gave Vit Viper some money and a few weeks of driving the Fit like he told me to and about 25 FlashPro calibrations to bring it up to where the lower of the two 4th gear pulls were. I have no idea what all he tinkered with as I was careful not to touch anything because I have no idea what I'm doing (when it comes to tuning) and have no qualms so stating!
 
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That graph looks a lot smoother than mine did. That's awesome! !!
 
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Old 12-09-2015, 10:30 PM
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For people wanting a list (horsepower/torque):

Previc93: 129/137 GD
MNfit: 223/177 GD
Koi: ~120/??? GD
5speedwonder: 112/105
hkjazz: 138/???
JDMxGE8: 84/77
fitted08: 100/102 GD
kirko: 99/96
DWils: 159/169 GD
unfit2compete: 116/101 GE
Rollerboots666: 101/98
 
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Old 12-18-2015, 01:11 AM
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Originally Posted by DWils View Post
For people wanting a list (horsepower/torque):

Previc93: 129/137 GD
MNfit: 223/177 GD
Koi: ~120/??? GD
5speedwonder: 112/105
hkjazz: 138/???
JDMxGE8: 84/77
fitted08: 100/102 GD
kirko: 99/96
DWils: 159/169 GD
unfit2compete: 116/101 GE
Rollerboots666: 101/98

I was waiting to see anyone comment on this but thanks for compiling and posting this up.
 
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Whaaaaaat, I never posted in here?! Well this is the only sheet I can still find...



112/104

Since then I have refined the tune and cleaned up a few maintenance things... My info is all around on here somewhere, but AEM CAI, IK-22, 91 oct, Weapon R Race header ceramic coated, Megan B pipe with Ciro Racing Cat, H-Fit Type M axle Back.... SO MUCH TIME tuning... I did have the first GD Flashpro LOL
 
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Old 04-29-2017, 09:59 AM
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So I put my 07 on a Dynojet to see what my bolt-ons have done..

5 speed
Last station chamber intake
R18 civic throttle body w/spacer
Weapon R intake manifold
Weapon R race header
Megan mid pipe
Apexi SV axle back
Ralco light weight pulleys
Fidenza flywheel

103.87 whp at 6.24
96.04 torque at 4.76

I'm looking at about 120-125hp at the crank, not as much as Ide like but not terrible either with no boost.
 
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Basically stock. Current mod list...
HFP axle back
Denso IK22 plugs
K&N drop in filter

Here's the results:


Can see that heat soak was an issue by the third run. All were done back to back.

Run Conditions:
Run 1 - 88 degrees F, 50% humidity, 1.06 correction factor
Run 2 - 90 degrees F, 51% humidity, 1.07 correction factor
Run 3 - 91 degrees F, 51% humidity, 1.07 correction factor

Guess that it's broken in
 
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