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Old August 23rd, 2004, 02:05 PM   #1
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6s MTX w/CP-E CAI and MAF Customizer

Check this out. HP and TQ jumped from 179/169 stock on this car to 206/189 with the CP-E intake and MAF customizer. Note that that is BEFORE any plumbing work like headers or exhaust:

http://forum.mazda6tech.com/viewtopic.php?p=13143
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Old August 23rd, 2004, 03:49 PM   #2
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nice

You're reading the little spike at the end where they hit the limiter or let off on the HP chart though and not the actual numbers.

Baseline: 174.1 whp
Modded: 196.9 whp


And who was actually paying for that dyno? Was this a vendor dyno or an independent before and after done and paid for by an actual car owner? We've seen some real BS "vendor" dynos here before.
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Right, I was just reading the peak at the top. Still 20+ Hp over the entire range for $500 is not bad. This was acually both vendor and individual form what I understand. Someone from 6tech gave CP-E their car. I am sure CP-E paid for the dyno but the car owner was there also. These numbers are more than in line with those of the CP-E and Injen intake we have been seeing. If anything, the stock numbers AND the modded numbers are a little low compared to the Injen/CPE combo. Difference here is that this is CP-E's own intake and the MAF customizer is going to be tunable so if you were to add an exhaust and headers, the trims could be customized to whatever combo you were running.
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Difference here is that this is CP-E's own intake and the MAF customizer is going to be tunable so if you were to add an exhaust and headers, the trims could be customized to whatever combo you were running.
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The CP-E MAF customizer is like the Unichip in some ways. It allows the fuel trim to be customized for breathing modifications and can be tuned on a dyno. Now, if CP-E could manage to integrate ignition timing and valve timing control into the unit, they could really increase the 6's power.
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Well it is not an ECU, it just intercepts the signal from the ECU that communicates the fuel trims, so timing would not be able to be adjusted from a black box type unit like this.
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Very nice gains .



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How about replacing the MAF with a MegaSquirt?
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