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Old June 22nd, 2006, 04:20 PM   #1
 
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99 3.0CL re-dyno 192.5 whp (WOOT!)

ok, so yesterday I went to a different dyno shop to tune my VAFC2 and all. The guy knew A LOT more what he was doing than the other place.

so here's the graph, third gear run. I picked up a TON of power by adjusting the VTEC crossover to 4100 rpms instead of the stock ~3500 with the CLS cams. I'd say an average of 10 whp over that 500 rpm. The car feels great now.



I did a run at partial throttle just to see what kind of AF ratio it would be and it was RIGHT at stoichiometric (14.7:1), so there was no need to adjust any partial throttle fuel.
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Old June 22nd, 2006, 06:53 PM   #2
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cool. where did you get it dynoed at?
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Old June 22nd, 2006, 07:28 PM   #3
 
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I think the place was called Dyno Pro.

I just used the find a dynojet near you - link in the post at the top of this section, and went to the one listed on beach street in denver.
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congrats on the #'s
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Old June 22nd, 2006, 09:24 PM   #5
 
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Nice numbers! What mods do you have besides CL-S cams and the VAFC2?



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Old June 22nd, 2006, 10:53 PM   #6
 
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Nice numbers! What mods do you have besides CL-S cams and the VAFC2?
everything.

seriously though. I have I/H/E/crank and alt UR pullies/helix and thermoblok spacers/CLS cams/MSD coil and SCI ignition/VAFC2.

next to come: Dr evil trans.

after I pay that off completely, nitrous

as much as I really want to go turbo, I probably won't have the money for that for a couple years, and I want the power NOW, I'm too impatient.
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 06:19 AM   #7
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where did u get the msd coil and sci ignition , how m uch did it run u
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where did u get the msd coil and sci ignition , how m uch did it run u
I got them off some shop online. I have the reciept at home. i'll look for that if I remember.

Cost me a couple hundred bucks, and while it may not help me out that much NA, it will definitely help me out once I start spraying or boosting.
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nice dyno... so when u tuned the VAFC2 do u need to replace ur o2 sensor??? wats this bout needing a wide band o2 to tune it? also wats the specs of ur car stock? is it faster then a stock 6th gen v6??? u got alot of torque with those cams! my dyno was bout 184whp with only 167TQ i think, thats pretty good for i/e/h/p and WEAKASS tranny
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Im guessing you got a set of the CL-S cams and had them notched? How did that go? You might be the only one on here that has it done so far for the dizzy cars.
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nice dyno... so when u tuned the VAFC2 do u need to replace ur o2 sensor??? wats this bout needing a wide band o2 to tune it? also wats the specs of ur car stock? is it faster then a stock 6th gen v6??? u got alot of torque with those cams! my dyno was bout 184whp with only 167TQ i think, thats pretty good for i/e/h/p and WEAKASS tranny
no need to replace the O2 sensor. They just stick a tube in your exhaust pipe and it pumps in the exhaust air to determine the air fuel ratio.

yeah the torque is great

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Im guessing you got a set of the CL-S cams and had them notched? How did that go? You might be the only one on here that has it done so far for the dizzy cars.
yeah, CL-S cams and had them notched, then installed myself (biggest pain in the ass ever!)

I don't think so about being the only one on here with a dizzy J30 with the CLS cams, as there is a whole thread with tons of people (5-10) that got them notched. I ended up using the same place to notch mine.


btw. the place I got the ignition parts was "summit racing performance", an online shop that had the cheapest prices for those parts at the time that I bought them. Speaking of ignition. The SCI fires multiple sparks per cylinder at the lower RPMS, so when the dyno guy was trying to get an RPM reading it was throwing the sensor off in the lower rpms.
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