I found this dyno from TexasMX6GTeasyBob said:Great peak #'s. Too bad it drops as soon as it hits 3500rpm.... At least he doesn't need to worry about overrevving his engine.
Moridin said:Here is my dyno:
And for soem reason i am gtting more HP then Zombie and it seems to maintain it untill almost 5k rpm.
No cat 2.5" test pipe. Cat-back is stock. I will break 200whp this summer on the stock turbo as long as it does not blow up before I get to a dyno. My goal is to break 225 whpCar had an intake, racing Mazda 2.5" down pipe, TEST PIPE, and an crappy MBC set at 14psi.
Yeah, you'll get more power by running slightly leaner but, it's not worth the risk of blowing your engine. So, I guess it's true that the other chips don't offer a remapped fuel curve.Moridin said:Here is my dyno:
This was done with t-bird at 15psi bleeding to about 13-14. I have a 2.5" turboback with a highflow car, blaster coil, and cone with a 255 pump. This was done with adams chip and i was running REALLY lean when boost kicked in. And for soem reason i am gtting more HP then Zombie and it seems to maintain it untill almost 5k rpm.
What plug gap are you running?TexasMX6GT said:As far as that dyno chart, I had a BAD miss over 4,000 rpm's, that I still haven't ironed out yet. It goes away when we drop the boost back down to stock levels. That's why the chart gets so rough after 4K, it was cutting out like crazy.