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Old 01-10-2007, 02:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ive looked all over this section and cannot find one Dyno sheet for a revup motor, stock or modified as long as its not FI. Someone help? I might be the first but not until another 2 or 3 weeks. This Nismo exhaust has me low on funds at the moment.
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anyone?
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I have seen them but not lately. They are typically ~15hp higher.
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I had one for my car, but I have lost it. I will be going back to the same dyno shop here in the next few weeks and I will print out another copy. Typically they look like pre-RevUp sheets with two exceptions. The torque curve is near identical just lower down, and the HP doesn't start to fall off approaching redline, it pulls all the way.

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Old 01-11-2007, 03:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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RevUp VQs are dynoing at 245-250whp and 220wtq.
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^^ That's about what I remember seeing as well. Maybe a tad higher TQ on some but that's pretty much what to expect.
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RevUp VQs are dynoing at 245-250whp and 220wtq.
Thats it? Ugh! Ok thanks.

I called one shop around here and they want $125 for a baseline dyno. Does that sound about right? I thought, the hell with that! I'll just keep guessing what my whp is.
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Old 01-12-2007, 01:33 PM   #8 (permalink)
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That shop seems a little high. Try to findout when a dyno day is offered, price are reduce. However baseline dynos can be very useful. 1) they show you were your car is at. Also show AFR that is important to know. I had a baseline than did my mods and had another dyno. While I gained hp & tq my AFR went dangeroously lean. Reason I bought the UTEC next vs a full exhaust to make the AFR leaner. Take as a $125 investment. I've spent around $500 on dynoing though I have a UTEC tune that cost a bit more than 3 baseline pulls.
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Thats it? Ugh! Ok thanks.
What were you expecting? And that's a Dynojet, a Mustang Dyno would really kill you. Anyway that $125 for a baseline pull (no tune) is steep.

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Old 01-12-2007, 01:37 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Try spending 2hr on the dyno! While it "fun" it get old pushing a peddle and releasing it and going no where.
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