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draper84 07-23-2011 04:31 AM

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If you have the funds and constitution to do individual dyno runs i think it's a great idea to see what each individual mod does. I do however agree that a tune would be the best way due to the cancellation of certain mods. Sorry that i don't have an answer for the CVT issue. interested in what the future holds

CJMcBreezy 07-23-2011 04:38 AM

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I love my greddy se!

Apollos2 07-23-2011 09:14 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by chmax (Post 209095)
First Im gonna dyno stock, then exhaust. Im leaning torwards the Greddy SE.

That will be interesting, I don't think a cat-back alone will generate much power.
I'm not saying don't do it because it will us something. I think the best bolt on power comes from a new Y-pipe without a cat, THEN into the catback system.
That opens it up all the way back. Sounds good too.

Greddy: (what is the piping size on those?) if I remember correctly people were losing some power with that one? -----Your test will tell us, and then you can see what adding a Y-pipe does for it.

chmax 07-23-2011 07:35 PM

Re: chmax Dyno Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by draper84 (Post 209145)
If you have the funds and constitution to do individual dyno runs i think it's a great idea to see what each individual mod does. I do however agree that a tune would be the best way due to the cancellation of certain mods. Sorry that i don't have an answer for the CVT issue. interested in what the future holds

Thanks, me too. I know I need a tune to get true results. But Im not sure how. The guy I spoke to can tune but I need to know if his program will work on our cars or do I need a SAFC2

chmax 07-23-2011 07:41 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Apollos2 (Post 209175)
That will be interesting, I don't think a cat-back alone will generate much power.
I'm not saying don't do it because it will us something. I think the best bolt on power comes from a new Y-pipe without a cat, THEN into the catback system.
That opens it up all the way back. Sounds good too.

Greddy: (what is the piping size on those?) if I remember correctly people were losing some power with that one? -----Your test will tell us, and then you can see what adding a Y-pipe does for it.

So should I dyno with Y first? Then put on exhaust for second Dyno. I open to ideas that is why I started this tread. But most importantly how to dyno CVT. Doe I use stick option and if so what gear. Eddy posted a thread that was helpful but the it only went into deal about tuning the a/f. And not how he dynoed, like which mode? t/c off? What speed before before pull? Left it in drive? These are the things I need to know.

chmax 07-23-2011 07:47 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Nismo4Life07 (Post 209136)

Car looks sick, thanks for the pics. Did you paint your lower valance?

Apollos2 08-02-2011 04:16 PM

Re: chmax Dyno Thread
 
Whats up? Did decide on some parts? Sorry, can't give you any tips on how to dyno though :(

Nismo4Life07 08-02-2011 04:19 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by chmax (Post 209385)
Car looks sick, thanks for the pics. Did you paint your lower valance?

Thank you, and yes. i actually plastidipped it just because its easier, cheaper and not permanent. looks 100% just like the stock bumper.


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