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      09-07-2012, 12:09 PM   #1
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Active Autowerke| Level 2 Supercharged Dyno Results



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I had the pleasure of taking a customer's car over to the dynojet yesterday to get some apples vs apples comparison's against the other kits on the market. The temps were hovering in the 90 Deg mark in Miami yesterday but our kit still pulled through with some excellent numbers.

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Great numbers awesome kit.
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Great numbers awesome kit.
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Great stuff. Thanks for the dyno plot.
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The torque is pretty good relative to the horsepower. I think the fast spinning planetary gear drive blowers like the HKS, Rotrex and ASA have a slight advantage over the Vortech in this regard.
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I love the torque! Thanks for sharing Andrew!
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Very nice !
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i need to hit the dyno some really nice numbers.
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What was the humidity?
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Humidity was 63%
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Is this with the newer GTS5555?
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Yes it only makes around 10 hp more than the old kit. All of our stage 2 kits now come with the 8555 blower.

The same kit Akash Taking names with
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i need to hit the dyno some really nice numbers.
Get out there and show them what you got!
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Yes it only makes around 10 hp more than the old kit. All of our stage 2 kits now come with the 8555 blower.

The same kit Akash Taking names with
Awesome! In recent videos, finally, people can visually see what awesome midrange power and torque your kit makes and how it equates to a monster car to drive!
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Yes it only makes around 10 hp more than the old kit. All of our stage 2 kits now come with the 8555 blower.

The same kit Akash Taking names with
What's the increase in torque vs. the old GTS8550?

Any change in the redline from 8,100rpm?
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Awesome! In recent videos, finally, people can visually see what awesome midrange power and torque your kit makes and how it equates to a monster car to drive!
Been saying it for awhile. Tough Crowd
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Been saying it for awhile. Tough Crowd
I hear ya loud and clear!

The HKS and Rotrex Supercharger are definitely my favorite. I am assuming one of the reason why AA and another company choose these chargers simply because of their power delivery. Hopefully people can see what the meaning of "area under the curve" is and how that translates to street and track performance.

Plus FMICs and Meth are always nice for consistent power.
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What's the increase in torque vs. the old GTS8550?

Any change in the redline from 8,100rpm?
Redline is still 8100 and the tq is only around 5 lbs more.
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I hear ya loud and clear!

The HKS and Rotrex Supercharger are definitely my favorite. I am assuming one of the reason why AA and another company choose these chargers simply because of their power delivery. Hopefully people can see what the meaning of "area under the curve" is and how that translates to street and track performance.

Plus FMICs and Meth are always nice for consistent power.


We have the rights to the Hks Blower so you wont see it on any other kits.
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So I guess this is just a change in blower choice, not a "upgrade"? Is it something that could be a up-sell to increase performance and justify the cost?





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It is a little bigger but I wouldn't jump ship for it.
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Right. But we are on the same ship and was looking for a promotion to ship's captain!! LOL

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