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Old 02-25-2006, 06:51 PM   #1
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Dyno day with mini's

The local Focus group - Focus Rush, had a get together today. We went to Abacus Racing in Va. Beach and met up with a local Mini club... Bunch of us got dyno's done. Here's mine stock:



Wired4life, has a Vortec SC and he put down 250whp, don't remember the tq though... I believe he bested all of the mini's too. The highest mini had 188whp. There were a bunch of them running different belts on their SC's so there was like 5 making more than 165whp.


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Nice stock curves. ;-) Any plans in the near future?
 
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that was a cool get together sat i layed down 146whp and 126wtq stock let me know when there is another focus meet and ill be there again those minis are pretty fast cause they are light
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So what is causing the jumpiness in the torque and hp???

Is this just a up in the dyno / computer or was it my car? Spark plugs and wires? Detonation?
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You asked why i said your dyno looked bad , In my opinion your intake runner is set to the wrong RPM , I see some AF issues and would like to see an AF reading to address that as well as some deto at 57-6200 RPM , you take a big dip at 4000 where most tunes realy start to shine

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Old 06-08-2006, 12:46 PM   #6
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You asked why i said your dyno looked bad , In my opinion your intake runner is set to the wrong RPM , I see some AF issues and would like to see an AF reading to address that as well as some deto at 57-6200 RPM , you take a big dip at 4000 where most tunes realy start to shine

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Thanks, That was the stock dyno.. I have not had it dyno'd since I bought the xcal2 from wayne.
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If that is stock that is the worst one i have ever seen

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If that is stock that is the worst one i have ever seen

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It is, unless the previous owner (I bought it from a dealership used) had a messed up tune on it? I had no trouble installing the tune from the xcal2.. so who knows...

Thank you Tom, I really appreciate you taking your time to look at the dyno print out.
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