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Old April 11th, 2006, 08:29 PM   #1
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Not V6 but... K24A2(L4) dyno w/ every(or almost every) bolt-ons.

I just got back home after getting the car tuned.
Complete mod list: http://gen7accord.net/forums/viewtopic.php?p=248#248

Here is the final result:
Before VAFC Tune: 173.7whp, 152.0wtq
After VAFC Tune: 177.2whp, 154.5wtq

This was done on Dynapack chassis dyno and it will read about 7.5whp lower on dynojet. VTEC is set at 4200 and AF was corrected throughout all band.

Red: Before tuning
Blue: Middle of tuning
Yellow: Final tuning





Kinda hard to read middle numbers but you get the general idea. (Gray measure lines across the graph were not scanned, ghetto scanner)

As you see I lean a lot on 5500 and up rpms but couldn't do much about adding more fuel with vafc2.
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Old April 11th, 2006, 08:40 PM   #2
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hey very impressive, just to clarify, you do or you dont have the same exact engine as the 7th gen i4 accords.

and im also wondering, how do you feel about the Fujita CAI for MAF equipped cars.
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Old April 11th, 2006, 08:42 PM   #3
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Dude, those are some nice numbers. Good work man!
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Old April 11th, 2006, 09:03 PM   #4
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hey very impressive, just to clarify, you do or you dont have the same exact engine as the 7th gen i4 accords.

and im also wondering, how do you feel about the Fujita CAI for MAF equipped cars.
I don't have the "same exact engine as the 7th gen i4 accords"
I have "same exact engine as the TSX"

I really can't say anything about Fujita CAI. I don't have much knowledge about it beside that they exist
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Old April 12th, 2006, 05:46 AM   #5
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What do the K24 for Accords dyno at stock on a Dynapack?
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i remember seeing a tsx dyno about 190 whp with injen cai, comptech headers, comptech exhaust.

i figure you should get at least that much right?
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i remember seeing a tsx dyno about 190 whp with injen cai, comptech headers, comptech exhaust. i figure you should get at least that much right?
That's 6spd MT TSX.




You can find some TSX dyno charts here for comparison. They are from same company, same dynometer that I was on.
http://hondata.com/reflash_tsx.html

I'm still losing a lot to the stock ECU and VAFC2 can't really do much beside "VAFC" haha. Thinking about getting e-manage right now... VAFC did help but not enough to open up full potential out of the engine
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Old April 12th, 2006, 01:18 PM   #8
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What do the K24 for Accords dyno at stock on a Dynapack?
5AT probably will make around 135~138whp on dynapack

outersqaure dynoed his 5AT on dynojet and got 128whp when it was stock. 5MT gets about 10whp more.
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5AT probably will make around 135~138whp on dynapack

outersqaure dynoed his 5AT on dynojet and got 128whp when it was stock. 5MT gets about 10whp more.
not to revive a dead thread but i have a 5mt k24 accord and i dynoed 139 whp, 147 wtq on the same day outersquare dynoed his car. Any idea on what kind of number stock auto tsx puts out?
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Old April 23rd, 2006, 08:47 PM   #10
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not to revive a dead thread but i have a 5mt k24 accord and i dynoed 139 whp, 147 wtq on the same day outersquare dynoed his car. Any idea on what kind of number stock auto tsx puts out?
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outersqaure dynoed his 5AT on dynojet and got 128whp when it was stock. 5MT gets about 10whp more.

04-05 stock auto TSX puts down about 168~170whp on the same dynometer I was on. VERY LOW mileage AT TSX chart can be found here:
http://hondata.com/images/k24a2auto-stock-reflash.gif
Stock Auto TSX with 300 miles.
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Nice A4.

Here is a 5AT TSX with an Injen CAI and Hondata Reflash (yellow line):


Pink is a stock 5AT TSX with Hondata
Green is a completely stock 5AT TSX

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Nice numbers, especially the increase in low end torque .



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Old April 24th, 2006, 10:47 PM   #13
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Nice numbers, especially the increase in low end torque .
Low end torque curve is not accurate and it is definitely not near 180. Torque multiplification occurs at lowend on dynapack (applies to AT only).
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Low end torque curve is not accurate and it is definitely not near 180. Torque multiplification occurs at lowend on dynapack (applies to AT only).
I know about torque multiplication on standard A/T's, but I was talking about the untuned torque curve compared to the tuned ones. That is unless the untuned torque curve is incorrect.



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