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Old 09-24-2003, 09:03 AM
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Please add the following chart to my already posted dyno sheet in the moderated section.

I have added Stone Racing Headers/Y-pipe since last dyno.
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1990 Turbo Taurus SHO , 12.5 psi

Why post a Tuarus? I figure we have similar engine designs/displacement/etc, so some of you might be interested.

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Mileage: 160,000 miles

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-- Unorthodox Racing Underdrive Pulley
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Dyno Gear: 3rd
Model Dynomometer: unknown
Correction Factor: 0.979 (SAE)


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Old 12-02-2005, 08:34 PM
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K&N Pod filter
Standard exhust

Was gutted they tested in 2nd gear, I have mevi but the control solenoid wasn't working during the run.

Can some one please explain the air/fuel ratio, I think my car is running rich as I can smell gas from the exhaust is that what the lower graph is showing?

I also notice I have pretty good torque figures, I'm sure with a better geared run and MEVI working I would get closer to 120-125kw
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239.12 hp - 245.25 tq - '02 SE 6SMT

2002 SE 6MT

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--- Injen CAI
--- Cattman Headers
--- Cattman Cat-back w/Power Tech Muffler
--- A'pexi S-AFCII
--- Place Racing Motor Mounts
--- HP Short Throw Shifter
--- And more...

239.12hp @ 5610rpm and 245.25ft-lbs torque @ 4400 rpm
Dynojet 248x, SAE Corrected (CF 0.96)
61.01 degree F 30.06 in.Hg.

248.54hp @ 5610rpm and 254.92ft-lbs torque @ 4400 rpm
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This was done on Dec 17th, 05. This was a Dynojet, not sure the model. These are STD #s, its the standard used at this dyno place. I had 121k miles at the time, running Mobil 1 10W-30 and 93 octaine gas.

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-HAI with stock resonator box
-Port and polished IMs, slightly bored out TB
-WS Ypipe
-Gutted Cat
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Old 01-26-2006, 10:33 AM
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This dyno was before cams:
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Old 10-31-2006, 06:57 AM
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220WHP - 223.8WTQ 1995 SE 5spd

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-VQ35 Swap
-Short Ram Intake
-Modified 3.5 TB
-Motostorm UDP
-Greddy knock off AFPR
-3.0 stock headers/ WS Y-pipe
-Gutted cat
-Spec Stage2 clutch
-somewhat tuning with the SAFC (taken from the 10s and 9s up to the 12s, so not up to where it should be yet)


This is a dynojet. I hit the dyno the weekend after I got done with the swap. Keep in mind 2 things, elevation (for some DUMB REASON) is set to 4500ft. Also, i had an exhaust leak at the time.

I'll do a few more things to my setup (hush!) and retune.
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Old 01-15-2007, 11:26 PM
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dam, nice dynos you guys! I'm new to the maxima power area. I have modded my bro's 05 Type S hondata, etc and it ran low 14's a fun little car. And he now has a 12 Sec STi and I am very knowledgeable with those cars and some others, but the maxima, I really need help. I am currently an owner of a 99 Maxima SE 5 SPD and I am thinking of getting a stillen short ram intake, Greddy SP2 exhaust, custom testpipe, and a Stillen short shifter since the dam throws suck!!!! I am spoiled with driving a Type S and STi so when I jump back into the dam maxima it feels like a truck shifter. Especially when they both have short shifter kits on them. What do you guys think? What could my power numbers be like with those mods?
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Old 03-06-2007, 01:38 PM
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Any feedback welcomed.

2000 nissan maxima (auto) 60,000 miles

stock = 194.6 hp @ 5750, 211.6 tq @ 3750

50 shot = 206.9 hp @5500, 247.3 tq @ 3250

75 shot = 220.2 hp @ 5500, 272.2 tq @3250

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Old 05-06-2007, 01:52 PM
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172 HP 186 ft-lbs TQ - 1996 I30 Auto transmission

Dynoed on a Dynojet (not sure about model #) with the following mods:

Place Racing CAI with K&N Filter
Budget Y- Pipe
Budget B - pipe
5th gen muffler (lol)
Hayden 403 transmission cooler
VAFC II (not tuned at all until I get a WB O2)

Check out that drop after 4700 rpms! And my pretty flat AF curve.

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i will be removed (hopefully moved) here goes as of now no dyno but in late june 07 i should be in the low 500 mark thats with nitrous used without im looking for 450 or so not sure on torque i feel i have one of the most built 4th gens and itll be ready in a month see it to believe it Crower rods CP pistons 9:1 full port polish blueprinted ss lifters apr headbolts ( a 7,000 block) I30 VLSD auto tranny built 2400 stall converter JWT cams & ecu flash matty kit with vortech supercharger sq 3.124 pulley 740cc inj. AEM wideband z32 maf stillen oil cooler tranny cooler intercooler NX wet with genx2 kit cattman hdr 3'' exhaust new time chain starter alt. everything. sway & strut bars jclaw traction control arm brace bushings tokico 5ways eibachs cut walbro 255 vortech FMU cold air intake cross drilled rotors with ss lines HIDs 8k R34 one piece blk. carbon hood & trunk tinted lenses huge weight reduction boston pro series boston amp eclipse head poodle hair & osterich bagaaaack !
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i will be removed (hopefully moved) here goes as of now no dyno but in late june 07 i should be in the low 500 mark thats with nitrous used without im looking for 450 or so not sure on torque i feel i have one of the most built 4th gens and itll be ready in a month see it to believe it Crower rods CP pistons 9:1 full port polish blueprinted ss lifters apr headbolts ( a 7,000 block) I30 VLSD auto tranny built 2400 stall converter JWT cams & ecu flash matty kit with vortech supercharger sq 3.124 pulley 740cc inj. AEM wideband z32 maf stillen oil cooler tranny cooler intercooler NX wet with genx2 kit cattman hdr 3'' exhaust new time chain starter alt. everything. sway & strut bars jclaw traction control arm brace bushings tokico 5ways eibachs cut walbro 255 vortech FMU cold air intake cross drilled rotors with ss lines HIDs 8k R34 one piece blk. carbon hood & trunk tinted lenses huge weight reduction boston pro series boston amp eclipse head poodle hair & osterich bagaaaack !
Please quit posting about what you "think" you're gonna have! Haven't you learned by now? Two of your posts have been deleted in other threads for this same thing. I truly hope you break 500hp, but until then.......

No dyno, no care........
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Please quit posting about what you "think" you're gonna have! Haven't you learned by now? Two of your posts have been deleted in other threads for this same thing. I truly hope you break 500hp, but until then.......

No dyno, no care........
He will not make anything close to 450 or 500hp with a 3.125 pulley. We will believe it when we see it.
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253.7WHP-249.8TQ-03 SE 6spd

Here's my latest dyno.

HP mods are , cattman gen 3 headers, fastcat and catback, NWP spacers, custom short ram intake, tuned with greddy e-manage blue at 12.2 AFR WOT.

Non HP mods which contributed to the numbers, fidanza flywheel, exedy stage 1 clutch, and a brand new 06 6spd with HLSD.


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dynojet 2000. dont have the print out. 178 whp 192 lb-ft tq no air/fuel. dynamometer doesnt seem to give a/f for nissan lol injen cold air intake/ short ram greddy sp2 exhaust megan racing hi flow cat warpspeed y pipe ported intake manifold waiting to go on and i will dyno once more
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dynojet 2000. dont have the print out. 178 whp 192 lb-ft tq no air/fuel. dynamometer doesnt seem to give a/f for nissan lol injen cold air intake/ short ram greddy sp2 exhaust megan racing hi flow cat warpspeed y pipe ported intake manifold waiting to go on and i will dyno once more
What year is your car and what transmission?
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**sorry Mods, i think this is where my thread should have been.**

Hey guys, I've told alot of people i would be posting this for everyone to get an idea what certain mods might do to your vehicle..

Car was Dyno'd @ Power Fab Automotive in Houston, TX

Unfortunately i never dyno'd in BONE stock, but i tend to say the vehicle is "stock"

Specs: 03 Nissan Maxima 4AT 74k (original engine/miles)

First run made 183whp w/:
1. Injen CAI
2. Stillen Ground Kit
3. Tsudo 2.5" Exhaust

Second Run made 193whp w/ only 1 additional part:
4. Megan Test Pipe

Cons about Megan Test pipe:

It DID NOT line up right. Test pipe was too long and needed
to be cut are Rewelded, Thanks to the boys @ Power Fab It was
taken care of!

If you can see close enough on the 193whp run, at about 5,500rpm it started gaining a bit horsepower until around 6200rpm it gained almost 16whp towards the top end w/ ONLY a Megan Test Pipe.

DYNO SHEET TIME!!!





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^ My best run from march (apparently I did 177/190) vs. My best run today.

The A/F dipped to 13.5 but worked it's way back up to 14.8 (no A/F on my first dyno)

These vids are in HD btw, gotta love teh flip HD.



^ And no those are NOT the rollers you hear @ the beginning, that's my tranny.

Mod List in March:
Bomz SRI
Stock Shorty Exhaust Manifold
Warpspeed Y-Pipe
Magnaflow High Flow Cat (2.5 ID)
Stock Catback
Unorthodox Racing UDP
Amsoil 10w30XL
GM Redline Synchromesh 80w Gear Oil
G35 Coupe Rims (7.5")
Michellin Pilot Sport PS2 235/45/17
Around 170k miles on the original motor.

Final List:
Bomz SRI
OBX 3.5 Equal Length Headers
Magnaflow high flow cat (2.5 ID)
Cattman 3" Catback
Unorthodox Racing UDP
Amsoil 10w30XL
Napa 80w Gear Oil
G35 Coupe Rims (7.5")
Hankook Optimo's 225/50/17
190,5xx miles on the original motor.

Both dynos in 4th gear.

There, that's it!
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hmmm, well i guess i can update when i get my tune but...

solid line is first run, dotted is... not, lol. dyno was done in 4th gear.



car: 1995 Nissan Maxima GLE

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- stock 3.0 w/~ 230k+ miles
- SRI (i think, lol)/autozone cone
- 00VI with custom, and very ghetto, adaptors; 4th gen TB; functioning 4th gen IACV; 4th gen fuel rails/injectors
- WS y-pipe
- stock cat
- 2.5" cat-back, crush bent with thrush turbo muffler, no resonator
- 6 speed MT with 4.133 final drive ~60k miles
- 3rd gen sawblades with stock 205/65/15's
- ebay fstb if anyone cares, haha

dunno if it matters but i spun off my idler pulley on the first run, , lol. so the only thing connected for the second is powersteering (no alt or a/c)
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2002 Maxima SE 6 Speed

MODS: Cattman Headers, Fast Cat, 3" catback exhaust, Stillen UD Pulley, NWP Spacers, Custom Short Ram intake, AEM filter w/ BPI Vstack.

Other Mods: Fidanza Flywheel, SPEC Stage II Clutch.

NO TUNE, NO SSIM, NO LRMAF, NO 3.5" Intake Tubing!!



Run 1: 256hp & 250 ft-lbs.

Run 2: 258hp & 249 ft-lbs.

Run 3: 259hp & 251 ft-lbs.

Run 4: 256hp & 247ft-lbs.


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-Custom Duel Exhaust 2.5" to 2.25"
-Custom Intake With Velocity Stacks
-No Cat
-MSD 6AL-2 w/ Blaster SS Coil
-Exhaust Wrap

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140.3Hp @ 5300 160.0 @ 3200

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Dyno before and after CAI.

I posted this along time ago when I was evaluating a cold air intake. There was a lot of discussion about whether my dyno was accurate given that the before and after had been done over a 6 month period. I will leave it to the reader to decide. The first 3 pages shows the dyno runs with the stock car, at the time it was 7 months old, but using summer fuel. The last page shows the dyno runs with the Injen CAI installed, the car now 12 months old, but using winter fuel. I have not exhaustively looked but what I read does not suggest that winter versus summer fuel will cause this kind of torque degradation.

The CAI was definitely louder than stock so if that is what you like then I would certainly suggest it. Floor the throttle and there is no mistaking that sound. But a drop in almost 20 lbs torque just didn't seem like a positive to me so I pulled it and sold the CAI.

I'm going to do the 100k plug/coil change and I will probably do another dyno run to see where I stand.
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I posted this along time ago when I was evaluating a cold air intake. There was a lot of discussion about whether my dyno was accurate given that the before and after had been done over a 6 month period. I will leave it to the reader to decide. The first 3 pages shows the dyno runs with the stock car, at the time it was 7 months old, but using summer fuel. The last page shows the dyno runs with the Injen CAI installed, the car now 12 months old, but using winter fuel. I have not exhaustively looked but what I read does not suggest that winter versus summer fuel will cause this kind of torque degradation.

The CAI was definitely louder than stock so if that is what you like then I would certainly suggest it. Floor the throttle and there is no mistaking that sound. But a drop in almost 20 lbs torque just didn't seem like a positive to me so I pulled it and sold the CAI.

I'm going to do the 100k plug/coil change and I will probably do another dyno run to see where I stand.
Can you post a link? That would be helpful.

Also, I've been charting my dyno runs since 2005, some in the summer, some in the winter (Dynojet, so variable correction factors), but, with Dynojets, I'm confident it's as close to apples to apples as you can get, especially if it's the same machine, which in my case, it has been.
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Also, I've been charting my dyno runs since 2005, some in the summer, some in the winter (Dynojet, so variable correction factors), but, with Dynojets, I'm confident it's as close to apples to apples as you can get, especially if it's the same machine, which in my case, it has been.
This is why I like Dynojet, regardless if people say they read high or not. With a Dynojet it is what it is, there is not inputting anything to change the dyno. With other dynos you can put in inputs to make dyno read higher or lower, depending on who is dynoing, but with Dynojet you cant do that and thats the reason I like dyno jet. Take a car making 260whp on a dyno dynamics and put it on a dynojet....I guarantee it will make a different number. Another thing I love about dynojet is that you can get runfiles and just view and them in detail and make different graphs of them and share them with anyone that has the runfile viewer (which you can download for FREE off the dynojet website). I haven't seen other dynos that offer this. With the other dynos you just have to take a pic of the dyno on paper unless there is something I dont know....
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04 Spec V VQ swap

04 Sentra SER Spec V
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Unported plenum wit VIAS delete
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