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Old March 1st, 2004, 11:55 AM   #1
 
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dynoed my tl-s

all i have is an AEM CAI.







the first run was done in 4th gear, the other two in 3rd gear. i have a 4th run that yielded a 216whp but i dont have the paper so i couldnt scan it.

for full size pics go here: http://www.acurainspired.com/gallery...id=385&aid=615
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I'm not sure which gear is the gear you're supposed to dyno in. Dayam, 215 to the wheels. I gotta go dyno. When did you go? Do you got a hookup?
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on the TL your supposed to dyno in 3rd for best results.

i went to Lujan Motorsports... $40 for 3 runs.
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They only charged $40? That's like a groupbuy price.
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it was a dyno day from www.importspeedsouth.com
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SAE correction


Nice numbers though.
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Nice numbers though.
Steve, a.k.a. dyno God...

Why is it that the second picture (dynorun.004) does not have the HP and TQ lines crossing where they should? The one below it looks perfect, but this ones looks wrong....
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Old March 1st, 2004, 07:52 PM   #8
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You could definately gain some power if you can keep your a/f from going so rich when v-tech kicks in. You need to keep away from being below the 11 line. Try to keep it as close as 12 as possible, exen a little above the 12 line isnt going to hurt.
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Why is it that the second picture (dynorun.004) does not have the HP and TQ lines crossing where they should? The one below it looks perfect, but this ones looks wrong....
Because the scales are different.


HP/TQ are mathematically equal at 5252 rpm, but they'll only cross at 5252 rpm on the dyno chart if you're using the same scales for hp and tq. That one was not. But if you look closely at the torque curve and torque scale (right) you see about 185 tq. Then if you look at the horsepower curve and scale (left) you also see 185. So the dyno isn't "screwed up". The scales just aren't equalized.
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i dont know how to sae correct it i cant tune it either, no VAFC. i wont get one for a while either. not until i have my headers, pulleys, and mugen thermostat.
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steve, is it possible for you to sae correct it? i have no clue where to begin.
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Only the guy at the shop can do it on the computer. He has to convert it given the factors. I'm sure Pablo (SRT-4 from ISS) can do it. Or does he work at Dynamic?
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Pablo was the one that did it. i'll have to get in touch with him once ISS goes back up.
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Old March 2nd, 2004, 11:11 AM   #14
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Yeah they're supposed to SAE correct it at the shop, but unless you specifically ask them to, who knows what they'll do. Bring a floppy disk and see if you can an ecopy of the runs. Dynojet's runviewer software is awesome.
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