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      10-27-2010, 05:16 PM   #23
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I notice a few of the dynos have the torque and HP crossing lower than others. It seems most cross at 5250 rpm(I heard the reason but cant remember right now) What causes the others to cross at lower rpm?
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I notice a few of the dynos have the torque and HP crossing lower than others. It seems most cross at 5250 rpm(I heard the reason but cant remember right now) What causes the others to cross at lower rpm?
i would like to find out iv heard that its because I have no exhaust but I think thats bologna. Even stock cars usually cross around 52
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      10-28-2010, 07:39 AM   #26
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Car is absolutely stock except for Procede, even stock airbox



1st run (blue) was map 0
2nd run (red) was map 2
3rd run (green) was map 2
4th run (purple) was map 1

Maps were switched on the fly and we didn't give a chance to Procede to adapt to new settings so there's possibly 10-15 more hp in there.
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      10-29-2010, 09:10 AM   #27
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Kane, how dpo you like the GIAC? From the curves it looks like it has a strong low end and pretty smooth.
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Kane, how dpo you like the GIAC? From the curves it looks like it has a strong low end and pretty smooth.
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I notice a few of the dynos have the torque and HP crossing lower than others. It seems most cross at 5250 rpm(I heard the reason but cant remember right now) What causes the others to cross at lower rpm?
You're correct that HP and torque cross at 5250...

I believe the answer to this is in the formatting of the dyno graph.. Notice that, on a given horizontal line, HP and TQ values can be about 50 apart.
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I guess that makes sense to a degree, but the Dyno Dynamics one crosses under 4000 which wolld mean quite a large variance. Is there some other factor that would chnge the 5250 number?
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Are you referring to Qmax's on page 1? If so, the torque is apx. 90 units higher than the HP at the same X-axis. The TQ/HP will always cross at 5250.
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      11-01-2010, 03:29 PM   #32
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How much WHP should i expect with V4 autotuned ,DCI and AR DP's (e90/auto)
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How much WHP should i expect with V4 autotuned ,DCI and AR DP's (e90/auto)
Depending on what autotuning does, I'd expect somewhere in the 360-380 range.
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Stock MY09 E90 335i with mild PAW Flash tune (for wife driving)
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^ Looks good! Pretty powerful for just a 'mild' tune
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^ Looks good! Pretty powerful for just a 'mild' tune
Thanks BrianNM for the complement. Actually, will be testing the DME MSD8.x.x. built-in overboost-mode that can be used for additional Hp increase... just need to finalize some road testing & decide holding time max & when to stop =)
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Dinan Stage 3 with intercooler and larger oil cooler. Also shows with stock software(dotted line).
(The people at Dinan weren't completely happy with these numbers and we are working on it. They feelit should be able to get 20% more HP)
I have a stage 2 with the same numbers and no additional mods... So yea there is def a problem with your numbers.
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Here's a Mild Medium Hot Dynoed N54

Here's a Mild Medium Hot Dynoed N54 =)

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^ Looks good! Pretty powerful for just a 'mild' tune
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These are some really high numbers for just a tune. Are all these on legit dyno's just curious. Mild Flash tune doing 344 with 364lbs of torque is high! I want those numbers. I want to do wife driving.
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These are some really high numbers for just a tune. Are all these on legit dyno's just curious. Mild Flash tune doing 344 with 364lbs of torque is high! I want those numbers. I want to do wife driving.
Take a look at my graph, I was with just Procede and had 335hp / 366tq.
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I notice a few of the dynos have the torque and HP crossing lower than others. It seems most cross at 5250 rpm(I heard the reason but cant remember right now) What causes the others to cross at lower rpm?
they shouldn't ever cross at any other number....
HP is a number derived from Torque (foot pounds) x RPM / 5252

Thus at 5252 on every graph, torque will equal hp
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New Dyno:
Degree: 70
Tune: Proceed V4, DCI, DP, Stock IC (removed AMS FMIC)
the number seem low this time for some reason.
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Looks very low. Datalogs would help a lot.
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      12-10-2010, 11:17 PM   #44
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Your numbers are very low for your mods, why did you remove IC?
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