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Old 6th May 2018, 09:02 AM   #1
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Hey Guys,

Thought I would share a dyno graph from a car running 330 BHP standard and this was the end result!




Here is another example of a car with a standard remap, you can see how smooth the power curve is, unfortunately the dyno operator stopped the run at 7500, to get a peak power recording you really need to take it to 8200, which on this car would have easily archived over 350. Great gain of 20 BHP, we are looking at the corrected power figure in this graph.


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Old 6th May 2018, 09:25 AM   #2
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Thats nice!

I desperately want to get my car live mapped over a dyno session. Running a ttfs tune at the moment I believe. B
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Thats nice!

I desperately want to get my car live mapped over a dyno session. Running a ttfs tune at the moment I believe. B
There is really no need to be honest to do that mate, a good mapper can map the car without a dyno or the road, but they are rare,

Its just the way these cars work and how well you know the ECU.
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Heres mine, I went to Mike for him to map, fit Geoff Steel Airbox, CSL snorkel with working flap. Car has supersprint cats, OEM centre pipe and Supersprint lightweight race back box, evo pulleys.

We checked air and fuel. A week after I booked into my local guys that I trust to check everything is ok before a track day. I told them dont rev it high just make sure its all good.

Because they only use the dyno for race cars they work with whats at the wheels.

302hp it made.




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For a wheel figure that is strong! about 356 at the flyhweel.. Nice

Have you got any videos of the run? That is only at 7300 RPM also, at 8100-200 that would of made even more. The power curve is very smooth as well.

Have you got the air fuel for the runs mate?

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