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Old 07-01-2006, 01:18 PM   #1
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latest dyno 361fwhp.

Here is my latest dyno of my car. It makes 361 fwhp at 26psi. It should make more hp at higher psi, but it seems to have some misfire issues now. I fix one problem, and it seems like another problem pops up. Some more tuning is needed to clean up the power curve. I try to keep the a/f ratio around 11.5. Sometimes the car is richer than 11.5, which I need to fix. I am looking for another 40 fwhp, but we will see what happens.





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Old 07-01-2006, 01:24 PM   #2
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wow...must really pick up speed in the upper register. Nice dyno results though!!!
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Old 07-01-2006, 03:13 PM   #4
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Wow that thing is GUTLESS until 5000 RPM. Need to get a 50 shot on there or something.
Ya, I know. I have an idea for a nitrous setup. I am trying to see what I can get out of the car first before I put more money into it.

I purchased a kenne-bell boost-a-spark since of the misfire issues at the higher psi. I have not installed it yet, but I am hoping it will fix my problems. Once I get the misfire problem fix, and dyno the car again, I will see how fast the car goes at the track without nitrous. If it does not perform well off the line, I will try leaving a high rpms with big drag radials or buy a good nitrous setup.

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Old 07-01-2006, 03:25 PM   #5
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hell i wouldn't mind with 200 at the wheels @ 5k then again i'm N/A


almost a 100 gain in 500 rpms is pretty impressive
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Old 07-01-2006, 03:28 PM   #6
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Is that delay in power from an oversized turbo? I've heard of similar issues when the turbo is meant for massive peak power it takes a while to get spooling.

either way, IMPRESSIVE numbers. Very nice.

Have any track times?
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It would surprise me if the boost a spark will help unless your coil is bad i made my 700+ still on the stock coil

You will need to get into the lower .020 on plug gap at about 400HP and stay there for above that

You may want to trade out a coil and wires just to test your stock ones i have found many bad sets even aftermarket

As for the SVT Intake i did a write up on it back in late 2002 about the inner white/green seals coming off the end of each of the runners all you have to do is remove the TB and fish in there and pop them loose and take them out , after doing so i saw to power loss on the dyno from removing them and it is a quick fix to cure the problem

It is very common for them to come loose but VERY rare they hurt the engine

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sounds like a v-8 killer to me...
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I wouldn't stress the low-end loss if you are drag racing the car. You should be leaving the line at 4500 rpms anyway on drag radials (I use 225-45-17's)

Once rolling, if you shift at 6900-7100 rpms, you should never dip below 4.5k going into the next gear anyway, and you are prolly gonna be closer to 5k, so you will still be near 200/200 (easier on the clutch)

I think the nitrous over turbo set-up might be a a waste of money, unless you are really trying to eke out every last 10th..
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Old 07-01-2006, 07:06 PM   #10
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Is that delay in power from an oversized turbo? I've heard of similar issues when the turbo is meant for massive peak power it takes a while to get spooling.

either way, IMPRESSIVE numbers. Very nice.

Have any track times?
Yes, the delay is caused by a big turbo. I want to make around 400whp, so I have to use a larger turbo. If I went with a smaller t3 super 60, the car would have more low end power and full boost sooner, but it would not be able to make the hp I want.

I don't have any good track times. I planning to buy a set of drag radials first before I go back to the track.

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