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Old May 22nd, 2004, 01:29 PM   #1
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Dyno proven results of AEM V2

Any one dyno their Accord after installation of an AEM V2 intake? Specifically on an EX V-6 sedan? I would like to see the low-end torque loss or gain.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 07:24 AM   #2
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If you want to see the gains dyno your car before and after in the same session. Reason why I laugh is because nobody's done it before.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 10:25 AM   #3
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dyno cost money, and I doubt anybody wants to go with this one basic mod just to prove to others. People usually wait till they finish with air flow mods and cams.

I have an idea how about we pitch in like $5 dollar to a paypal account and get somebody to go dyno it. This will end the question once and for all. I would go but there's no dyno in my area.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 11:19 AM   #4
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I think since 7th genners are so determined we charge them all a fee of $1 since we have so many. Only need like 70-80 members. That's about the # of 7th genners to claim they have felt gains from their butt dynoes.
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I think since 7th genners are so determined we charge them all a fee of $1 since we have so many. Only need like 70-80 members. That's about the # of 7th genners to claim they have felt gains from their butt dynoes.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 12:39 PM   #6
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Well I am getting my V2 today via UPS, I wish I could do a basline dyno before I install it but I dont have the $! V2 is on the visa!
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Old May 24th, 2004, 12:58 PM   #7
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Sell the 19s.
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Old May 28th, 2004, 08:43 AM   #8
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Sell the 19s.
Ill never sell my 19s!
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That's about the # of 7th genners to claim they have felt gains from their butt dynoes.
My butt dyno also felt a gain........


and it's backed up by my track numbers too.
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well.. when i have my car in unichip.. we will have dyno before and after...
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dyno cost money, and I doubt anybody wants to go with this one basic mod just to prove to others. People usually wait till they finish with air flow mods and cams.

I have an idea how about we pitch in like $5 dollar to a paypal account and get somebody to go dyno it. This will end the question once and for all. I would go but there's no dyno in my area.
I agree. If i had money to throw away, I'd dyno the V2 for you guys. but I got jack sh*t right now. Collecting money is the best idea, unless someone has free hookups at a dyno shop, I or someone can volunteer.
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Old June 7th, 2004, 05:12 PM   #13
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I hope someone can dyno it soon.
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Old June 7th, 2004, 06:22 PM   #14
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I agree. If i had money to throw away, I'd dyno the V2 for you guys. but I got jack sh*t right now. Collecting money is the best idea, unless someone has free hookups at a dyno shop, I or someone can volunteer.
Lol.. read my post.. my car is going to be dyno and tuned by Unichip from stock to each performance mod I add on... (v2, borla, nx)..

it is by end of this month..
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Lol.. read my post.. my car is going to be dyno and tuned by Unichip from stock to each performance mod I add on... (v2, borla, nx)..

it is by end of this month..
but they'll be comparing stock and v2 w/ unichip so it wouldn't help any members that don't have the unichip.
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but they'll be comparing stock and v2 w/ unichip so it wouldn't help any members that don't have the unichip.
i am sure they will have to do a dyno right after installing v2 in order to tune right? oh well.. i don't really know.. but i will ask them..
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Alright, well if someone can post a stock dyno or something, we can base it off that. I'll dyno my car (V2 only) because I been wanting to before I get my Borla. I don't even have the stock airfilter box anymore, so I can show dyno results. There is a place at Corvette Master's right down the road, and they use DynoJet.
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I've already done this. I had it dynoed before the V2 and after install. search under my user name to find the thread.
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V2 owners, any concerns with sucking up water? Any close calls or issues with water/moisture?
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^nope, but then again i'm in california
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Old June 13th, 2004, 10:35 AM   #21
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V2 owners, any concerns with sucking up water? Any close calls or issues with water/moisture?
The only concern is if you live in an area where it floods. The only way the V2 will suck any water is if the whole filter is submerged in water. If it floods, i wouldnt suggest you driving your car anywhere. If you think the v2 is sucking up water, just let it row and let the water go back down, dont gas it. BUT IT WILL ONLY SUCK WATER IF IT IS SUBMERGED IN WATER. hope i helped a little.
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The only concern is if you live in an area where it floods. The only way the V2 will suck any water is if the whole filter is submerged in water. If it floods, i wouldnt suggest you driving your car anywhere. If you think the v2 is sucking up water, just let it row and let the water go back down, dont gas it. BUT IT WILL ONLY SUCK WATER IF IT IS SUBMERGED IN WATER. hope i helped a little.
Kiet, the information helped quite a bit, thank you. I wasn't concernced so much about flooding; you are right, if it is flooding I wouldn't drive around anyway. My concern was about splashing water from small puddles or spray from driving in the rain. I don't know how water resistant the chamber is where the filter rests. Do you do anything special to cover the filter while washing your car?
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Pfft, you don't need to cover the filter up while washing your car. Think about driving around in the rain with all the mist coming up from tires of cars in front of you...if any *little* bit of water gets in there, it'll be evaporated by the time it gets inside the engine.
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Another good thing about our cars is that the intake is on the LEFT side of the front of our cars so... when we make a right turn (being most big puddles are on corners) our filter is on the opposite side.
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Old June 14th, 2004, 05:51 PM   #25
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For those that have the AEM V2 installed, are you happy with the performance and sound?
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For those that have the AEM V2 installed, are you happy with the performance and sound?
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Old July 1st, 2004, 10:56 AM   #27
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i have done before/after dynos... search.. for DYNO.. and you will find it... the thread is in the gen discussion on 7 gen

after dyno is with AEM V2 and Greddy Evo 2

+15 whp gain..
+10 lb-ft torque gain..
6speed.. 7 gen accord... all are SAE numbers
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For those that have the AEM V2 installed, are you happy with the performance and sound?
Yes sir. I'm dissatisfied that my stock tires spin even more through 1st and 2nd now though. I need stickier tires, too bad I don't want to spend the $$.

The sound is incredible- if you read my review I said I don't like the sound that the intake makes all the time- the woosh of air first rushing through the intake manifold. I've gotten used to it, especially since I play music most of the time
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For those that have the AEM V2 installed, are you happy with the performance and sound?
I'd feel bad if I paid retail price. Overall I don't feel any faster, but the sound is great.
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Does anyone with a V2 think (or know) they lost torque?
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