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My 2k2 6 speed dyno run.

Old 02-26-2013, 07:37 PM
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Finally got the max tuned at church automotive in so cal. Had a crazy day switching from stock MAF to bbmaf it was supposed to be a walk in the park but some how the stupid 3.5 clamp broke. Could find a replacement luckily this guy with a sick Toyota had a spare and I managed to get it working. The guys at church auto are very knowledgeable I wanna thank them for their patience with me, well the mods are kinetix manifold, Cattman headers, Megan exhaust with 2.5 test pipe, nwp spacers, STILLEN pulley, and STILLEN pop charger. The final run was 251.1, I was hoping for something higher but I'm happy with the results.

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Old 02-26-2013, 10:23 PM
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For a kinetix manifold this is great.. normally those rob power.... (then again this is tuned numbers)
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Old 02-27-2013, 02:52 AM
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You should rev higher than stock for more powa!! Lol looks like you could have made more HP...
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Seems to have that SSIM/SSSIM drop, then climb characteristic at 6300-6600.
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How can I increase the rev limiter?
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Originally Posted by so nasty nismo View Post
How can I increase the rev limiter?
Most common would be TS/EMU, although the EMU might be considered outdated, and the TS so rare near impossible to find. Same w/ UTEC, outdated. But people with them seem to get along just fine. I just think the wiring is a nightmare, and am too lazy.

Then there's the $$ option of Haltech. And other options seem to be creeping up, though untested on 02-03 ECU's.

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Oh so in other words it's hard
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Originally Posted by so nasty nismo View Post
How can I increase the rev limiter?
What did the shop use to tune the car??
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Originally Posted by maxima.713 View Post

What did the shop use to tune the car??
Dyna pack
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Originally Posted by so nasty nismo View Post
Dyna pack
How does that work?
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They take of your rims and your hubs go on to it
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For tuning though, what do they do?
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I have a video. Hold on
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NMex I think he had photos of a VAFC installed in his car in a previous thread.
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Originally Posted by MoncefA33 View Post
NMex I think he had photos of a VAFC installed in his car in a previous thread.
Oh yeah, he texts me about that stuff haha, I need to stop aging.
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Originally Posted by so nasty nismo View Post
Dyna pack
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They take of your rims and your hubs go on to it
Lol i didnt know dynos tune cars lol
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Haha I meant vafcII LOL
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If you were to use a dyno with the rollers you would have made about 230-240 whp lol
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Yea maybe lol
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Check out this video on YouTube:<br/><br/>
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Originally Posted by maxima.713 View Post
If you were to use a dyno with the rollers you would have made about 230-240 whp lol
Wrong. http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c5-t...s-dynojet.html

A Dynapack won't inflate your WHP by 15-20 just because it bolts to your hubs.
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Originally Posted by maxima.713 View Post
If you were to use a dyno with the rollers you would have made about 230-240 whp lol
They say a 10hp difference of a DynoJet, can read if you like....

http://home.earthlink.net/~spchurch/id12.html
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Originally Posted by MoncefA33 View Post
Wrong. http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c5-t...s-dynojet.html

A Dynapack won't inflate your WHP by 15-20 just because it bolts to your hubs.
Then why all the work/time to take off the wheels when its gonna read the same on a dyno with rollers?
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Then why all the work/time to take off the wheels when its gonna read the same on a dyno with rollers?
What? lol it was probably the only dyno in his area.
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There are always the input parameters that affect the end reading on load dynos.
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What? lol it was probably the only dyno in his area.
I didnt think of that lol here in houston we have so many shops with dynos lol

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I didnt think of that lol here in houston we have so many shops with dynos lol
I rather read low numbers than high dyno numbers lol as long as i can see my power curve im good.

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GREAT READ, got the same when going from 1 Dynojet to another only difference was 3hp/3tq, and 47 dollars extra in my pocket vs the other guys...
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