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Old 01-05-2011, 06:58 PM
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What did you dyno at?

like the title says im looking at various mods and am wondering which dirrection to go. i have the greddy turbo kit and it dynoed at 129hp and 137ftlb. thats with just the base map. i have a few more things i gotta get before i start upping the boost. but im just wondering what everyone out there is doing.

gds and ges/ na and fi welcome. show your mod list. thanks.

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07 ssm honda base fit
greddy turbo kit (base map)
greddy rz bov
320 injectors
skunk 2 catback exhaust
t1r test pipe
spec clutch... liked my exedy better though.
fidanza flywheel
t1r crank pulley
innovative 85a motor mounts
d1 spec throttle controller

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upgrade to aem fic, greddy electronic boost controller, and custom 3" exhaust. running at 8psi hopefully in the 160 to 180 range.
 

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Old 01-06-2011, 10:40 AM
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120whp ??ftlb
base Kraftwerks Supercharger
Top Mount intercooler
195cc Injectors
T1R header
T1R Test Pipe
Spoon B-Pipe
Spoon N1 Axle-back
 
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Old 01-06-2011, 03:19 PM
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08 AT
Kwsc base kit
My dyno is or was exactly the same as the dyno on the kraftwerks site under sparkplugs for our car
 
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Old 01-06-2011, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Koi View Post
08 AT
Kwsc base kit
My dyno is or was exactly the same as the dyno on the kraftwerks site under sparkplugs for our car
so around 120? are u looking into getting the high boost upgrade?
 
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:08 PM
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i think he is around 114 and he cant get the high boost kit with the AT
 
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zero 1000 intake
megan test pipe
hks axle back
112whp
105wtq
factory freak?
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Old 01-09-2011, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by 5speedwonder View Post
zero 1000 intake
megan test pipe
hks axle back
112whp
105wtq
factory freak?
those are decent numbers wo boost
 
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Old 01-09-2011, 11:41 PM
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I don't yet know but I will try and do a run when I have a little more power.... My front tires don't hook up until 40MPH in 2nd and 0 to 60 happens in 6 seconds... Top end speed is still classified information and I don't have a speed limiter..... Thats with the KWSC High Boost Kit..
 
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seriously are we the only members who have dyno'd? ah well...turbo parts in the process of being made, can't wait for that dyno!
 
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Old 01-18-2011, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Previc93 View Post
those are decent numbers wo boost
Oh yes, it is very good.. A couple years back a guy that had added numerous performance parts on his GD actually suffered a loss in power... It may have been due to the type of dyno he did the run on... He wasn't happy.
 
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Old 01-18-2011, 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by 5speedwonder View Post
seriously are we the only members who have dyno'd? ah well...turbo parts in the process of being made, can't wait for that dyno!
It seems to be a waste of money to pay to see whether your car is making more horsepower or not when you can already feel it... I will be getting on a dyno to use it as a means of tuning for more power.
 
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I have had my car on the dyno 4 times if I remember right. stock 85whp, then the KWSC 110whp, then injectors and test pipe 112whp then intercooler 120whp. I always had my car dynoed just so I had a idea of what kind of power I was getting and it was always on the same dyno
 
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Originally Posted by MNfit View Post
I have had my car on the dyno 4 times if I remember right. stock 85whp, then the KWSC 110whp, then injectors and test pipe 112whp then intercooler 120whp. I always had my car dynoed just so I had a idea of what kind of power I was getting and it was always on the same dyno
Really?!? 2whp... A test-pipe on a S\C car.... Damn right about the stock b-pipe on a near stock fit then!!

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Old 01-18-2011, 11:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Texas Coyote View Post
It seems to be a waste of money to pay to see whether your car is making more horsepower or not when you can already feel it... I will be getting on a dyno to use it as a means of tuning for more power.
well i dont tune personally.... but i think every boosted car should be tuned to run the best it could in the area u live. altitude humidity temp... i know people do their own tunes but i think most of them do street tunes. street tunes arent near as good as dyno tune imo.
 
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Old 01-23-2011, 05:45 PM
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07 TW FIT

138whp ??ftlb
HKS turbo kit
custom 2.5 down pipe
fujisubo catback exhaust
HKS twin power
UR pulley
buddy club voltage stabilizer
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Old 01-23-2011, 11:46 PM
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I did my dyno purely as a baseline, as I planned on turboing it eventually. I was very surprised at the numbers, skeptical even, but after watching other cars dyno, it seemed right on with the power they should be making. (i/h/e/tuned tiburon making 180whp, gen coupe making 240whp) glad to see more people posting up. Coyote, I'm excited to see your dyno results, as you are a performance purist. I'm surprised you don't own an elise! add performance by adding lightness!
 
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Originally Posted by Previc93 View Post
well i dont tune personally.... but i think every boosted car should be tuned to run the best it could in the area u live. altitude humidity temp... i know people do their own tunes but i think most of them do street tunes. street tunes arent near as good as dyno tune imo.
That is not necessarily true, especially since more often than not you travel through VE/load cells faster, build boost faster and generate higher load overall under street conditions. This is often the reason so many people hear horror stories about how something went wrong or how a car was a pain to drive after getting it modded and tuned.

Not to mention when you do a street tune and tweak it over the course of a few months via personal laptop you get a much more OE-like tune than a couple pulls on a dyno on a given day.

The only real advantage of a dyno tune is that you can sit on individual cells for extended periods.

But if you street tune.. you will actually learn whats going on, which will help you down the line if you need to repair/diagnose something or decide to modify more.

Or like what I run into.. when you are running an aggressive tune and you run into crappy weather or fuel you can change it on the fly. Pull a couple degrees where it counts and/or richen the mixture.

To get a "tune" at a shop you are either going somewhere that can "chip" or "flash" your specific vehicle. Otherwise you have to have an EMS that they know how to use, or buy one from them.

These are all PC/Laptop based, so if you have an EMS or Piggyback that you've spent big bucks on you might as well learn how to use it yourself if all it takes is a cable and a laptop to do it.

Otherwise anytime there is a problem or drastic change in weather or configuration you have to back to the shop and pay up a few hundred bucks for another afternoon and an incomplete tune..
 
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A stock Automatic equipped L15A1 have about the same Whp then a L15A7!?!?

WTF!?!?

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Old 01-24-2011, 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by DiamondStarMonsters View Post
Why would you include radiator/oil caps, covers and drain plugs that have no effect what so ever on power output on your mod list in a dyno thread?

As well as items that were not installed?
No need to get all anal bro. I just copied and pasted from my build thread. I edited my post. Happy?
 

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