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      10-15-2013, 07:51 AM   #1
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Talking FBO + E50 Dyno

I had my car proTUNED via dyno by Jake@PTF recently; the dyno sheet is below. This is with my turbos not hitting boost until low-mid 3K RPM(I think?) and with a minor boost leak (I think?). I'll be replacing the turbos, strapping on the Aquamist HFS-4 kit, and then hitting the dyno again. It was 90+ degrees that day, so it'll definitely be a lot cooler when I re-dyno.

(I'll post logs when I get them. Jake's been in the process of moving, and I'm not in a rush to get them.)

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      10-15-2013, 08:10 AM   #2
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Looking good! I dyno'd the E45 map on Saturday and had similar numbers.
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Looking good! I dyno'd the E45 map on Saturday and had similar numbers.
Thanks sir! I saw your dyno; impressive as well. I'm gonna' try to iron out the kinks with my turbos and boost leak; hopefully push just a tad bit more.
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I'm gonna go this way myself, but honestly i expect higher numbers on e50,but it's probably your turbos,leaks, good numbers anyway!!!
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I'm gonna go this way myself, but honestly i expect higher numbers on e50,but it's probably your turbos,leaks, good numbers anyway!!!
The fact that it was 90+ degrees probably didn't help either.
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I'm gonna go this way myself, but honestly i expect higher numbers on e50,but it's probably your turbos,leaks, good numbers anyway!!!
Yeah, I wasn't hitting boost until mid-3K for the most part. I think I'm supposed to hit it around mid-2K? That's a substantial amount of room to build more power.

I know it shouldn't affect it too much, but I was on stock 189s with all-seasons. I'll be putting on some new wheels (19 lbs) and tires (Extreme Summer Performance) before I re-dyno, so that should also help out a little bit.

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The fact that it was 90+ degrees probably didn't help either.
This is true.
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Yeah, I wasn't hitting boost until mid-3K for the most part. I think I'm supposed to hit it around mid-2K? That's a substantial amount of room to build more power.

I know it shouldn't affect it too much, but I was on stock 189s with all-seasons. I'll be putting on some new wheels (19 lbs) and tires (Extreme Summer Performance) before I re-dyno, so that should also help out a little bit.



This is true.
Were you hitting approximately 18.5 around 4k RPM's?
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Were you hitting approximately 18.5 around 4k RPM's?
To be honest, I'm not quite sure. I think I was around 17.9 PSI peak? I'll have to wait for the logs to double-check.
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That's close. I usually hit around 18.2-18.5 on my E45 map.
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lookin good aaron. with cooler temps and meth, your car will feel even better. come up for a run sometime with rich or me
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lookin good aaron. with cooler temps and meth, your car will feel even better. come up for a run sometime with rich or me
Moore's dyno day in November should be a lot cooler. It was actually pretty cool in the morning while we were setting up the dyno, but by 10-11AM it was already 90+ degrees (WTFBBQ?). I'm hopeful that I'll have the Aquamist HFS-4 kit installed by then.

I'll need new wheels and tires before I run with you two; 189s with all-seasons.

(I'm really looking forward to new turbos though; it'll basically be a new car with the prior 50K maintenance I had done.)
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Moore's dyno day in November should be a lot cooler. It was actually pretty cool in the morning while we were setting up the dyno, but by 10-11AM it was already 90+ degrees (WTFBBQ?). I'm hopeful that I'll have the Aquamist HFS-4 kit installed by then.

I'll need new wheels and tires before I run with you two; 189s with all-seasons.

(I'm really looking forward to new turbos though; it'll basically be a new car with the prior 50K maintenance I had done.)
lol, I run all seasons too
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Yeah, I wasn't hitting boost until mid-3K for the most part. I think I'm supposed to hit it around mid-2K? That's a substantial amount of room to build more power.

I know it shouldn't affect it too much, but I was on stock 189s with all-seasons. I'll be putting on some new wheels (19 lbs) and tires (Extreme Summer Performance) before I re-dyno, so that should also help out a little bit.



This is true.
new wheels wont really affect dyno too much. If you get larger diameter you will actually lose power (on the dyno)
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Any ideas as to where your boost leak might be coming from? I was having a similar issue and not hitting boost till around 3k just like yourself, but it turned out to be my leaky stock dv's. Maybe vacuum lines?
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lol, I run all seasons too
Yeah, but your wheels are far from 189s.

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new wheels wont really affect dyno too much. If you get larger diameter you will actually lose power (on the dyno)
Well, that sucks. I'm definitely getting 19s; have to have some show with the go. (I might get 18" TE37s if I'm able to find a car that has them in person to chheck them out)

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Any ideas as to where your boost leak might be coming from? I was having a similar issue and not hitting boost till around 3k just like yourself, but it turned out to be my leaky stock dv's. Maybe vacuum lines?
I have no idea. I had my vacuum lines replaced today, so I'll double-check. I'm also putting a new CP (long version), so hopefully that'll fix a problem if it was relating to that connection.

Someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't not hitting boost until low-mid 3K more of a problem with the turbos than it is a boost leak? (Excuse the level of newbness if it's shown)
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Here are some logs:

Datazap - RoyalFlush + FBO + E50

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I had my car proTUNED via dyno by Jake@PTF recently; the dyno sheet is below. This is with my turbos not hitting boost until low-mid 3K RPM(I think?) and with a minor boost leak (I think?). I'll be replacing the turbos, strapping on the Aquamist HFS-4 kit, and then hitting the dyno again. It was 90+ degrees that day, so it'll definitely be a lot cooler when I re-dyno.

(I'll post logs when I get them. Jake's been in the process of moving, and I'm not in a rush to get them.)

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ER CP w/HKS SSQV 4 BOV
AR DPs (Catless)
Vanguard v2 Exhaust (Catless)
Walbro 255LPH LPFP
Alpina B3 TCU Flash


Great numbers man!!!!
How do you like your 255 walbro? Any DIY, pics? I want to protune on e60 and still hesitating which way to go???
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