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      06-12-2009, 11:03 PM   #1
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JB3 Dyno Result

Hit up dyno with Terry this morning, and also replaced the new spark plugs before the runs. I know there is still room for more power, but Im happy with the result

car is 6MT and still on 29.2, Mods are DCI, DV, catback, catless dp, FMIC, LC Dyna w falken452.


best run: map8, race gas

power: 415 TQ: 399


All runs

10: 415 TQ:399
11: 408 TQ:403
12: 407 TQ:406
13: 402 TQ:408
14: 403 TQ: 407



4: 273 , TQ: 295
5: 281 , TQ: 303
6: 352, TQ: 371
7: 348, TQ: 303

Here is base run on 91 few months back. 2 run are on map3 only due to map switching wasn't working at the time.
Mods are DCI, catback, and heavy wheels



I have both tunes, so will dyno again with RevII and see how it does.
Any comments are welcome

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      06-12-2009, 11:35 PM   #2
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it will be interesting to see the procede results, nice power curve
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      06-13-2009, 12:31 AM   #4
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Next time you hit the Dyno, PM me, id love to go check it out.
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Where did you dyno?

That's a really nice HP curve, same power at 5000RPM and 6750RPM.
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Next time you hit the Dyno, PM me, id love to go check it out.
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Where did you dyno?

That's a really nice HP curve, same power at 5000RPM and 6750RPM.
thanks. the shop we went is in chatsworth.
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      06-13-2009, 06:22 AM   #7
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Outstanding power and a beautiful curve!

What made the biggest difference from the last dyno you think?
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sure bro


thanks. the shop we went is in chatsworth.
Dyno'ing in Chatsworth is like putting a hair dryer, a heat lamp and a hot-air balloon on your engine while running in a sauna.

yes - its that hot. Impressive numbers no less.
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      06-13-2009, 10:18 AM   #9
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Sick numbers!!
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nice numbers...
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Dyno'ing in Chatsworth is like putting a hair dryer, a heat lamp and a hot-air balloon on your engine while running in a sauna.

yes - its that hot. Impressive numbers no less.

Except recently it's been in the 60's most of the day at Specialty Z in Chatsworth.

Nice numbers, race gas really makes our engines fly and flattens out the power curve immensely over 91 Octane!!
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thanks for the all kind words Everyone
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dam nice numbers!
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what's your best time at the tracks?
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Wow, amazing curves.. Must be fun to drive such a flat torque curve

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damn man ur afr drops way low there at the end huh! ive never seen my afr go richer than 12!

great numbers dude, but watch ur motor's health aswell
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Dyno'ing in Chatsworth is like putting a hair dryer, a heat lamp and a hot-air balloon on your engine while running in a sauna.

yes - its that hot. Impressive numbers no less.
Come down to FL. If the 90+ heat isn't enough, there is a nice 100% humidity blanket to keep your engine all snuggly and warm.
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Come down to FL. If the 90+ heat isn't enough, there is a nice 100% humidity blanket to keep your engine all snuggly and warm.
+1 Is F$%^ Hot in Fl..
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+1 Is F$%^ Hot in Fl..
98 degrees down here in Houston with 100% Humidity as if 98 was not hot enough



Great Results OP!
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nice numbers, but them tires are the absolute worst choice you could put on you car. Why go all out for performance engine mods, even the car itself only to treat your car to shitty tires. Sorry just my overall thoughs
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Wow, amazing curves.. Must be fun to drive such a flat torque curve

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hell yea. especially put some pure race gas in its just so much fun !

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Great Results OP!
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