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Old 12th January 2012, 20:05   #1
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Default The Dyno graph Thread - Post yours up!!

going on from the other week, here is the dyno thread post up your graphs and specs, doesnt have to be a saxo, just nice to see what ppl are getting with what mods, and good info for ppl looking at where to spend their money

ill start with mine, brief spec being 90bhp vtr engine, low compression on decomp plate, standard internals, turbo converted with t25 currently, running predator management, pretty tame ignition, if anyone's interested in a more detailed spec it's in my thread- link in sig

got 2 sets of graphs, first one was on 10 psi just after mapping, had issues with exhaust, injectors and fuel,

made 134 ATW, 165Lbft and 163bhp fly, think its around 15-20% transmission loss on this dyno,





next set was about 6 weeks later?, same dyno, same guy,

id put a new exhaust on, new injectors and got a remap @ around 15psi boost, had only just sorted an issue with induction/feed on the morning of the dyno

graph highlighted as i was suspecting, im still having fueling issues, pretty sure now is down to a combination of fuel pump and FPR becuase of other issues i sometimes get, but the car made :

218bhp fly and around 230lbft torque, cant find the wheel graph for this one, but was about 185ATW iirc?





NOW POST YOURS
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Old 12th January 2012, 20:36   #2
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AX VTS 16v, Ph3 cams, 3.5 bar FPR, standard injectors, raceland mani, hydra nemesis ecu, straight through exhaust.
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was that an actual hub dyno as it sais? or was it measured at wheels?
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Piper 270 cams
No remap
Raceland manifold
Some sort of gigantic cone filter
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Piper exhaust
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8v, Green cotton filter, 3" Pugsport, Raceland mani.

103.2bhp @ 5350RPM/~104ft/lb @ ~3300rpm



And here's why I always say a rolling road figure means nothing.


16v, 3" Pugsport, Raceland induction kit.
119.6bhp @ ~6300rpm/113ft/lb @ ~5100rpm


Then on another RR, exactly the same spec as above...

142.8bhp (that's all the info I can gather from the pic).
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8v, Green cotton filter, 3" Pugsport, Raceland mani.

103.2bhp @ 5350RPM/~104ft/lb @ ~3300rpm



And here's why I always say a rolling road figure means nothing.


16v, 3" Pugsport, Raceland induction kit.
119.6bhp @ ~6300rpm/113ft/lb @ ~5100rpm


Then on another RR, exactly the same spec as above...

142.8bhp (that's all the info I can gather from the pic).
What spec engine was that 8v?
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2001, 98bhp.
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Clio 182 standard on dastek rollers


After exhaust and remap

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My old legacy B4
Hayward and Scott exhaust
Decat onnthe 2nd turbo

Spot the gap between the turbos!
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Saxo Vts
Catcam 743's (evo1 on rs graph)
Raceland 4-2-1
Straight through 2 1/2" centre pipe
Magnex rear box
Port & polished throttle body
Remapped

Rs tuning - Leeds - Dyno Dynamics - (Without P&P TB)
144.1 bhp
117.9 whp
18.39% T/loss


Northampton Motorsport - Northampton - Superflow (before & after P&P TB)
151 bhp
126.9 whp
15.961% T/loss


Revlimit is 7750 the last run on the NMS graph revved over for some reason but it didnt effect the power, if anyone can explain that id love to know!

Surrey Rolling Road - Surrey - Dyno Dynamics
141.3 bhp
115.6 whp
18.19% T/Loss
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Saxo Vts
Catcam 743's (evo1 on rs graph)
Raceland 4-2-1
Straight through 2 1/2" centre pipe
Magnex rear box
Port & polished throttle body
Remapped

Rs tuning - Leeds - Dyno Dynamics - (Without P&P TB)
144.1 bhp
117.9 whp
18.39% T/loss


Northampton Motorsport - Northampton - Superflow (before & after P&P TB)
151bhp


Revlimit is 7750 the last run on the NMS graph revved over for some reason but it didnt effect the power, if anyone can explain that id love to know!

Surrey Rolling Road - Surrey - Dyno Dynamics
141.3 bhp
115.6 whp
18.19% T/Loss
If there's been no changes to the car it's interesting to see a 10hp difference from the NMS rollers to the Surrey ones. Especially considering some claim NMS are a hard roller to see power on.
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If there's been no changes to the car it's interesting to see a 10hp difference from the NMS rollers to the Surrey ones. Especially considering some claim NMS are a hard roller to see power on.
Yea i need to grab the WHP graph from NMS when i can..... Chris made 278ish at NMS on the same roller as me and again on the surrey RR made 240odd. The surrey road read alot lower than the NMS one.
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Yea i need to grab the WHP graph from NMS when i can..... Chris made 278ish at NMS on the same roller as me and again on the surrey RR made 240odd. The surrey road read alot lower than the NMS one.
Shows how much the rollers can vary really.

I know JKM the operator said it was a hard roller to get good power on, it made more than it did on dave walkers when it was first mapped so all good.
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106 turbo

Td05 big 16g with 8cm2 exh housing
C2 inlet
At power throttle body
680cc injectors
Omex 600 etc etc

249@wheels and 210lb ft torque@wheels at 13psi





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Performance torque stage 1 re-map

262bhp@flywheel and 292lb ft@flywheel


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Peugeot 106 quiksilver with a 1.1 engine and an induction kit


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120bhp from a 1.1?
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The induction kit was a forced induction kit...
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The induction kit was a forced induction kit...
Like 1 of them electric supercharger ones ?
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Like 1 of them electric supercharger ones ?
Like one of them things you attach to the exhaust and it spins and shit...can't remember what they're called
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forced induction* lol.
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