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Old March 3rd, 2005, 05:06 PM   #1
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Has anyone dyno tested their 6 speed accord?

Im just wondering if anyone has dyno tested any v6 accord at all...i wonder how much it really has when its stock?
any numbers...?
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 06:12 PM   #3
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I hope to do mine this weekend. 3 dyno pulls for $35. Mine is all stock right now but I want to get a baseline before I do any mods.
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Im just wondering if anyone has dyno tested any v6 accord at all...i wonder how much it really has when its stock?
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http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...ad.php?t=43478

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Old March 3rd, 2005, 07:11 PM   #5
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Im just wondering if anyone has dyno tested any v6 accord at all...i wonder how much it really has when its stock?
any numbers...?
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 07:14 PM   #6
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i got 246 with a catback exhaust
mustang dynometer
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 10:36 PM   #7
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246 with just a catback? reeeallly....
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Old March 3rd, 2005, 10:56 PM   #8
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i got 246 with a catback exhaust
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is this WHP????????
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Old March 4th, 2005, 12:12 AM   #9
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I hope to do mine this weekend. 3 dyno pulls for $35. Mine is all stock right now but I want to get a baseline before I do any mods.
$35? thats cheap where?? the dynojet around me wants $75 for 3 pulls
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246HP?????? cough bullshet cough
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http://www.v6performance.net/forums/...ad.php?t=43478

212 HP/188 TQ, green engine, dynojet.
I went to your web site and saw the picture with the Escort G-Timer2 installed. How accurate is that compared to the Dyno pull info? Is it close?

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Old March 4th, 2005, 07:29 AM   #12
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Old March 4th, 2005, 08:19 AM   #13
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once again people are comparing apples to oranges with the different numbers off of different types of dyno machines.
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I went to your web site and saw the picture with the Escort G-Timer2 installed. How accurate is that compared to the Dyno pull info? Is it close?

Thanks!
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Those @100+ numbers are optomistic. I had to perfect the mouting and calibration before I got some solid numbers. I get an average of about [email protected], but on a few runs with a good hookup, I have seen [email protected] Premium gas and a broken-in engine help.

I swear I could hit 100 with better tires than those POS Pilots it came with
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Old March 4th, 2005, 04:01 PM   #17
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246 (with exhaust) was ON A MUSTANG DYNO, NOT A DYNOJET DYNO. IT'S NOT THE GODDAMN SAME THING, SO STOP CALLING BS ON THE GUY!!


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Old March 4th, 2005, 04:03 PM   #18
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Old March 4th, 2005, 06:02 PM   #20
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hahahaha. good call steve


kill the noobies! die die die.
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haha thanks for waking them up bro <3
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who you callin noob...

i dynoed at 260 whp with the 20 hp chip available on ebay...

i used an ac-me dyno

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Old March 11th, 2005, 03:19 PM   #23
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I dyno'd at 225WHP/200WTQ on a dynojet. only mod at the time was an AEM V2 CAI in a 3rd gear pull.

i did 2 4th gear pulls.............220whp/195wtq.


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Old March 13th, 2005, 12:54 AM   #24
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I love it when people call BS just because someone's dyno measures in ponypower instead of horsepower. There are way too many ways to make a dyno lie about it's numbers just to make the owner of the car happy. One way is to input absolutely horrible atmospheric conditions like 400% humidity (i'm not making this up) and 35,000 ft. elevation. I truly believe that just posting up a dyno run for the sake of having a dyno run is useless. You've gotta use a dyno for what it is intended...tuning your car. That way you rule out variables like atmospheric conditions as much as possible.

Slammed6speed, your best bet would be to take your own car to a dynojet dyno and tell whoever is running the thing that you want an actual baseline dyno, not an internet bragging rights dyno. This way, they'll put the real atmospheric conditions into the computer and not grossly skew your dyno numbers up to where they shouldn't be.
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Old March 13th, 2005, 09:28 AM   #25
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I love it when people call BS just because someone's dyno measures in ponypower instead of horsepower. There are way too many ways to make a dyno lie about it's numbers just to make the owner of the car happy. One way is to input absolutely horrible atmospheric conditions like 400% humidity (i'm not making this up) and 35,000 ft. elevation. I truly believe that just posting up a dyno run for the sake of having a dyno run is useless. You've gotta use a dyno for what it is intended...tuning your car. That way you rule out variables like atmospheric conditions as much as possible.

Slammed6speed, your best bet would be to take your own car to a dynojet dyno and tell whoever is running the thing that you want an actual baseline dyno, not an internet bragging rights dyno. This way, they'll put the real atmospheric conditions into the computer and not grossly skew your dyno numbers up to where they shouldn't be.
Just curious why u think it is in the interest of the shop to skew the numbers? Why wouldn't they just enter the correct variables... Well sure there might be a few messed up shops out there... But they couldn't all be that bad.... Could they?
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Old March 13th, 2005, 11:10 AM   #26
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ya i think im gonna dyno test my 6 speed accord this week...
id like to know its exact power
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Old March 15th, 2005, 11:41 PM   #27
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Just curious why u think it is in the interest of the shop to skew the numbers? Why wouldn't they just enter the correct variables... Well sure there might be a few messed up shops out there... But they couldn't all be that bad.... Could they?
It would make their in-shop tuners look better if the same mods installed and "tuned" in their shop make 20 more hp than at some other honest shop. I'm not saying that all shops are dishonest, but some will skew their numbers. And for some shops they're not even trying to say their tuners are better, they just got tired of customers b!tching about their car's low dyno numbers. Again, not all shops are shady, but that's why you've got to talk to the person doing the dynoing and see what's up. There's a really good article in the an issue of Sport Compact Car about the whole dyno issue. I don't have the month and year right off hand, but it's explained something like this (sorry for the long write-up, but this explains why you can't really compare numbers from two different dynos, and why I believe dynos should only be used for tuning and not "hey this is how much horsepower my car makes).
Imagine the dyno like a ruler. Each ruler manufacturer uses a different size inch on their ruler. Some rulers are printed on metal or wood and others are printed on silly putty. This creates huge problems trying to compare numbers from different manufacturers. Now, you're trying to measure the diameter of a balloon (horsepower of an engine), but you can't simply stick the ruler through the balloon to measure, so you've got to do it some other way. You can stick a level on the balloon and measure from the floor to the level, you could hold the ruler up next to the balloon and eye-ball it, or you can wrap a string around the balloon and get the diameter from the circumference. If your level is too heavy, it will smoosh the balloon and your number will be off. If the string stretches the skin of the balloon, your number will be off. Or you might just suck at eye-balling and your number is off. Now, while you're trying to do all this, some jackhole keeps blowing air into your balloon (inflating the horsepower numbers).
Now that we have that out of the way, if you use the same ruler and method of measuring, if you add 10% more air into your balloon, it will show 10% more air regardless of how high or low the number. If you use a ruler with large inches, it will show a smaller balloon than if you use a ruler with really small inches, but the BALLOON IS THE SAME SIZE. Each ruler will show an increase in size of 10%. The smaller ruler is just better for internet bragging rights.

Even though that was a really simplified analogy, I hope this clears up why I would only use a dyno for tuning instead of just seeing how much horsepower my car makes. In the end, just knowing how much HP your car made on that particular dyno, with that particular operator and on that particular day is pretty useless.
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Old March 16th, 2005, 07:55 AM   #28
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Use fourth when dynoing, it's more accurate due to it being the closest 1:1 gear we have.

On a Mustang Dyno with aem v2 and greddy cat-back, I got 229whp/209wtq.

On a DynoJet at Corvette Masters here in Orlando...I managed with same mods, both runs on 93 octane, 241whp / 220tq.

The best on the 1/4 I can get is 14.2 @ 99, with massive amounts of wheelhop. I'm to the point where I'd rather have wheelspin than wheelhop. And yes, this was on a track, not a crappy g-tech or anything such as that...I like my stuff accurate .
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Old March 24th, 2005, 08:15 PM   #29
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ya i think im gonna dyno test my 6 speed accord this week...
id like to know its exact power
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So did you dyno?

I got 216 whp @ 6452 rpms/ 187 wtq @ 3987 rpms - TCS ON - 4th gear - no fans - Chevron 91 octane - Dyno Dynamics Dynamometer - baseline dyno - 2 runs
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So did you dyno?

I got 216 whp @ 6452 rpms/ 187 wtq @ 3987 rpms - TCS ON - 4th gear - no fans - Chevron 91 octane - Dyno Dynamics Dynamometer - baseline dyno - 2 runs
TCS ON, you get about 50HP and a heavily shaking engine, maybe smoke and flames if you do it too long. You sure about that?

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