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Old January 22nd, 2005, 09:29 PM   #1
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B6 S4 N/a 4.2 V8 - Dyno posted

It was done today on a dyno jet at Harman motive in Torrance, Ca.

69 degrees out and the rest is on the sheet I will post a link Monday.

Stratmosphere Intake, Labree downpipes and cat back, REVO ECU Flash.

291whp and 298 lbs of torque.

link to dynos below.

http://forums.audiworld.com/s4b6/msgs/193978.phtml

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Nice. I bet the torque curve on that thing is wonderfully flat. And that's All wheel hp.

Not that it's relevant, but about what does that put you at the crank? Dunno how Audi AWD trannies are with drivetrain loss.
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Old January 23rd, 2005, 01:38 AM   #4
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Nice. I bet the torque curve on that thing is wonderfully flat. And that's All wheel hp.

Not that it's relevant, but about what does that put you at the crank? Dunno how Audi AWD trannies are with drivetrain loss.

it is flat. Drive train loss is about 26%. Stock s4's consistantly dyno at 250 - 255 WHP . We did the math and it puts me at about 392 chp give or take.

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Nice numbers Eric!
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Old January 24th, 2005, 02:47 PM   #6
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updated with dynos.
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Old January 24th, 2005, 03:02 PM   #7
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Old January 24th, 2005, 04:22 PM   #8
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Thanks Ed. Just would be cool if there was an easy way to reduce the weight.
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wow.. nice #s!!

easy way to reduce weight.. - go on a diet.. but then eric, you're too thin already.. maybe if u unload couple GF of yours to us then the car would go faster..
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^ yeah, cos my car is always full of girls huh!

hey but really does anyone have anything to say?

It was done on a dynojet, Stevetec Toby Bored (where is he now) its an NA motor anyone have some input?
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Yeah how come the numbers are so low hehehe jk.

And yeah weight reduction... Remove the extra tire in the trunk and get some lite weight Volk racing wheels hahaha.
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Spare and Jacks are gone. I carry an Audi free 24 hour assistance card that weights nothing.
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Spare and Jacks are gone. I carry an Audi free 24 hour assistance card that weights nothing.
Remove your, back seats, passenger front seat, and get a carbon fiber hood. But you got an S4 so I am guessing you would really want that stuff all in your car hahaha. Leave your car alone it is fine the way it is forget weight reduction time for a super charger.
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Old January 25th, 2005, 01:15 PM   #14
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^ Do you want to build one for me? There are a few in development but cost 10k+

When is the next norcal meet?
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DAMNNN. well i guess thats what you should expect when u get a higher class car, how much did intake cost? how much did exhaust? car looks good though, pimpmobile, and unique.
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Old January 25th, 2005, 02:32 PM   #16
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Ive been talking to some people who want me to get on a dynapack, its supposed to be more accurate, they have cars with similar setups pushing over 320whp.

Intake costs 350, full exhaust 1700, ecu flash 500.

Edit: Those prices arent what I paid. I spent about 2100

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Ive been talking to some people who want me to get on a dynapack, its supposed to be more accurate, they have cars with similar setups pushing over 320whp.

Intake costs 350, full exhaust 1700, ecu flash 500.
Wont the ECU flash go away after a while? As in the ECU over time will retune itself.
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Old January 25th, 2005, 03:03 PM   #18
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Wont the ECU flash go away after a while? As in the ECU over time will retune itself.

No, It wipes out whats there and loads its own programming that includes stock maps. The audi ECU is more like a stand alone, fully tunable I could use it to run your corolla.
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No, It wipes out whats there and loads its own programming that includes stock maps. The audi ECU is more like a stand alone, fully tunable I could use it to run your corolla.
hahaha cool, but I dont need a stand alone I am going to be using the S2000 ECU I will keep that in mind though
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Nice numbers . BTW that audiworld forum is SO HARD TO READ, its just a mess . Now this and acurazine are the best boards in terms of readability/design.
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Leave your car alone it is fine the way it is forget weight reduction time for a super charger.
The SC would be a waste by getting installed on his ride with compression ratio: 11.0:1 Even if he gonna spend $10,000 for Supercharger he will have to stay on low boost or his internals gonna go BOOM .
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When is the next norcal meet?
Mid Feb I think, on a sunday. It's in the norcal section under the title 415/650/408/510 cruise (or something like that)
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Also, jimmyrecluse if your stock dyno 275whp when others have around 255whp, well unless yours is factory freak.

According to your stock dyno with 275whp/271wtq with 26% drivetrain loss it would be equal to:
371 crank HP
366 crank TQ.


And that just doesn't make sense since stock numbers are:
Horsepower: 340 @ 7000 rpm
Torque: 302 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm

Did Audi underrated the B6 platform of S4 that much?

Edit: Here is your dyno


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Alt04,

If you read it again you will see that my stock runs werent actually stock, I have an intake and exhaust.

Agree, AW is hard to read I hate it Audizine is cool but just not too many intersted in performance and it is slow there in general for the B6 s4.

The supercharger is expensive however they are making 500hp and over 500ft lbs. The internals are forged, unlike the previous B5 s4s the internals are cast and those guys are making over 550whp and 550ft lbs.

There DTM 4.2 is basically the same block but is making 4XX something hp. Im sure it has a better intake, manifold, cams, runners, etc. But these enginges are pretty strong. Some people acutally took a few stage 3 cars on the east coast and did several runs on a dynapack and there numbers stock and after were considerably higher. Those are supposed to be accurate but eh.. I am going back with 109 race gas mixed with toluene this saturday.
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If you read it again you will see that my stock runs werent actually stock, I have an intake and exhaust.

Agree, AW is hard to read I hate it Audizine is cool but just not too many intersted in performance and it is slow there in general for the B6 s4.

The supercharger is expensive however they are making 500hp and over 500ft lbs. The internals are forged, unlike the previous B5 s4s the internals are cast and those guys are making over 550whp and 550ft lbs.

There DTM 4.2 is basically the same block but is making 4XX something hp. Im sure it has a better intake, manifold, cams, runners, etc. But these enginges are pretty strong. Some people acutally took a few stage 3 cars on the east coast and did several runs on a dynapack and there numbers stock and after were considerably higher. Those are supposed to be accurate but eh.. I am going back with 109 race gas mixed with toluene this saturday.
Ah, now you cleared something up
Nice with forged internals, but still I dont understand how they running 550whp with 11.0:1 CR with how much boost?

Yep, and tell those moderhaters on AW to fix the damn board

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Old January 26th, 2005, 12:41 PM   #28
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I dont know how they do it. I was thinking maybe a different head gasket to lower it a bit but I dont know for sure. AmD is making one too, this one is 10k and is good up to 650hp but they say the car cant handle that stock, lower compression and make the tranny stonger and it will do 650. But stock they said 500hp is safe.
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I see, still love your torque before 3,500rpm then would be nice if you flatten it out
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Old January 26th, 2005, 03:43 PM   #30
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The torque feels great. The intake let the big torque come on a bit early.
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