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      07-12-2018, 06:36 PM   #23
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Anxious for the update! Did you just swap in bypass pipes and the stage 2 flash, or anything more?
yeah rogue engineering test pipes, changed spark plugs and stage 2 flash although I had stage 1 before with rev limit removed up to 8600, stage 2 I left the rev limit to factory until oil is blackstone checked and rod bearings changed
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It would be nice if we could get the raw data vs RPM as well has the number of times each type of program was dynoed.

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Each program (stock file and stage 1) was dynoed on one pull
Getting raw data, the shop charges more and I donít want to pay more than I have too. Hell, one pull costs me $80 as opposed to NorCal, $60 for 3 pulls
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It would be nice if we could get the raw data vs RPM as well has the number of times each type of program was dynoed.

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Each program (stock file and stage 1) was dynoed on one pull
Getting raw data, the shop charges more and I don’t want to pay more than I have too. Hell, one pull costs me $80 as opposed to NorCal, $60 for 3 pulls
Start a go fund me page right here in the thread. Anyone with interest in the numbers would throw $5 in there to relieve your costs. I would.
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^ I always think a dyno-asking crowd should chip in for someone's personal expenses. We all get the benefit of seeing scientifically tested setups.
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I'll be following. I have alpine based off boofm3 advice and his tune is great. Noticeable power gains. I've been meaning to strap mine down but this will give a good idea
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I'll be following. I have alpine based off boofm3 advice and his tune is great. Noticeable power gains. I've been meaning to strap mine down but this will give a good idea
I'm also planning to get the Alpine Stage 1 soon. I don't have an X-pipe/cat delete, nor do I plan to down the road. Are you also on stock pipes?
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Promise you what happens is when you loaded the new tune, adaptions are reset and that accounts for a good chunk of a gain like this where your initial power is low. My bet is you have a ton of miles on your spark plugs and have never changed O2 sensors? Drive for a week and dyno again, I suspect ypuld drop right down to within 9hp of your base pull
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I'll be following. I have alpine based off boofm3 advice and his tune is great. Noticeable power gains. I've been meaning to strap mine down but this will give a good idea
I'm also planning to get the Alpine Stage 1 soon. I don't have an X-pipe/cat delete, nor do I plan to down the road. Are you also on stock pipes?
No, I have test pipes and exhaust with connecting pipes as well as MS intake. Stage 2 makes these cars absolute animals to the point you're never "used to" the power or acceleration. When I'm hammering it, I'll give a good chirp in third, not a faint chirp but a prominent chirp.
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Promise you what happens is when you loaded the new tune, adaptions are reset and that accounts for a good chunk of a gain like this where your initial power is low. My bet is you have a ton of miles on your spark plugs and have never changed O2 sensors? Drive for a week and dyno again, I suspect ypuld drop right down to within 9hp of your base pull
Adaption reset...good...I have no clue about tuning and changing parameters

At the time of the stage 1 dyno pull, I had approx. 43k miles, original spark plugs, original o2 sensors
When I will dyno stage 2, it will be new spark plugs, original o2 sensors

I do give my car over a week and over a 100 miles before I dyno

Kindly pay for these dyno pulls that I should be doing and I will dyno again
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So as a reference
Red is my stage 1 file on 92 octane-BMC intake filter, primary cats still on, 2ndaries and resonators deleted, iPE valved muffler, 8600 rev limit

Blue is stage 2, everything the same as above except rogue engineering test pipes and on stock rev limiter, new spark plugs (tune has been running for 200 miles before this dyno)

All on one pull reads since itís expensive for one pull here. All on 5th gear
Heat soak sucks even with a big ass fan even for +6HP gain, it would probably be more if I had the file with 8600 rev limit but until I do RB service, itíll stay on stock rev limit. I do not use burble files.

But this isnít the end for this stage 2 file.


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