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Old 05-29-2012, 02:03 PM   #21
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Those are some awesome numbers!
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:09 PM   #22
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Hell.maybe I'll just do both.

My Integra Type R just like other Honda engines didn't have much torque down low but Honda geared it aggresively enough you didn't notice it but even with a JRSC,intake,header,hi flo cat and exhaust it's peak tourque was only 140ft lbs (Not even matching a stock Focus) but it's peak whp jumped to 209 and was making power all the way to 9000rpm. IMO it still coulda' used another 20-30whp but I didn't want to push the boost on that motor.
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:21 PM   #23
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Cool. Do you have any tables with all this data? I'd love to do percent gains and absolute gains down low.
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:33 PM   #24
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Amazing man! Just keeps getting better and better. I love the new Focus. Thanks for posting this.
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those are good gains, 22HP and 20TQ best gains seen from anybody yet, focusboy's header mod should get him more, but this means 200+ with a tune when they are available is very likely.

Probably also means I will have to go full custom exhaust.
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It's difficult to see as your dyno graphs don't use the same rpms on the x axis. But according to your two dyno charts, you are picking up somewhere in the neighborhood of 10hp close to 30lb/ft tq at 3,300 rpms. That should be a very noticeable difference, which should help bring the power band on sooner.

Do you have any way of monitoring your fuel trims? If I understand this correctly, Steeda's MAF housing is larger than OEM... correct? If this is the case, it's going to be a pretty good bet that your fuel trims are going to be all over the place.
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If I understand this correctly, Steeda's MAF housing is larger than OEM... correct? If this is the case, it's going to be a pretty good bet that your fuel trims are going to be all over the place.
I believe Steeda's MAF housing is the same size as stock--it just incorporates a velocity stack to smooth the airflow.
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Very promising indeed. How has the drivability increased (assuming it has)? I have already talked with a local shop for a custom exhaust and with an intake this is looking better every paycheck. Cant wait to hear the audio stylings of the set up. Good work.
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I believe Steeda's MAF housing is the same size as stock--it just incorporates a velocity stack to smooth the airflow.
Ah, well hopefully.
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Ah damn nothing below 3k on those graphs.
If I'm reading them right you picked up 20ft-lbs torque throughout the range from 3k-5k. That's damn good.
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