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      12-07-2009, 11:47 AM   #1
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Dynojet Results (Singh tune, RPI GT Race, scoops, AA pulley)

Hi,

Here are my dynojet results done by MD Automotive at Westminister. I didn't get a chance to do a baseline dyno because my car had only 400 miles on it when I started modding. All in all I was happy with my results.

Mods are: Singh Tune (FTMFW), RPI Full Race GT exhaust, RPI scoops and AA pulley.

I'm no dyno genius so here are the 3 sheets that was given to me.





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I think you've got a lot more potential for top end power there - specifically between 7000 and 8500 RPM. I also think that the mid-range AFR between 4400 and 5400 should be richened. You will pick up some more torque from that.

Do you have the .drf file?
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Looks to be right up there with GIAC .
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I think you've got a lot more potential for top end power there - specifically between 7000 and 8500 RPM. I also think that the mid-range AFR between 4400 and 5400 should be richened. You will pick up some more torque from that.

Do you have the .drf file?
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Hi,

Here are my dynojet results done by MD Automotive at Westminister. I didn't get a chance to do a baseline dyno because my car had only 400 miles on it when I started modding. All in all I was happy with my results.

Mods are: Singh Tune (FTMFW), RPI Full Race GT exhaust, RPI scoops and AA pulley.

I'm no dyno genius so here are the 3 sheets that was given to me.





Awesome power gains Richard. I'm very happy for you and know that many people with the Singh Tune are relieved.

It would be very cool to see it compared to the Powerchip Tune and vice versa.

Hopefully at the RPI Dyno Day, this has a legit chance of happening.

Congrats again brother! Maybe I'll see you Saturday? Weather permitting.
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