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Old 06-07-2008, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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He's for real, folks. Once he got ahold of my car after I added the E-85 along with the ETS FMIC/UICP/LICP, it awakened like never before. I didn't think my car was capable of such results, and even with the dyno, I probably wouldn't believe how strong it was if not for the crazy trap speeds at the track. Here's proof on the dyno to go along with the track results:



This is at approximately the same boost as before on my IX turbo running on alky/91. Now, it's E-85 and some IC bits plus Tobz tuning! Now, I have to work on getting traction off the line, because I suddenly can't. Such a nice problem to have...

Still, though, I'm nowhere near 400whp. Maybe with a big turbo someday...





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Old 06-07-2008, 02:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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are those your results, because i have very close to the same ones and i was wondering what my 1/4 mile would be. You ran a high 11 best time so my little track experience maybe mid to low 12's huh?
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Old 06-07-2008, 02:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Yeah, that's my before-and-after dyno on the DynoDynamics at Revolutions here in the Springs. The "after" was this morning at 1030 am, which is just about the exact time of day when I ran my 11.84 and several 118mph traps yesterday at Bandimere. If you put those numbers down at Revolutions, then you should be able to trap 116+. As far as times go, that could be anywhere from 11.7-12.5 depending on driving (not just the driver, but all aspects of the track, your tires, the powerband, driving, and weather conditions).

If you got those numbers elsewhere, then it depends...





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Old 06-07-2008, 03:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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true, my numbers are from carz, i would like to be in low 11's when i get my fp green but my question now is... clutch. My clutch is slipping slightly so i need some sdvice on one that will be able to handle 425-460 hp.
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Old 06-07-2008, 03:22 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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It's tough to get low 11s on the Green at sea level, so it would be extremely tough at this altitude. However, it's not impossible. The Green is about the only turbo I'd be interested in upgrading to - it works very well up here.

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It's tough to get low 11s on the Green at sea level, so it would be extremely tough at this altitude. However, it's not impossible. The Green is about the only turbo I'd be interested in upgrading to - it works very well up here.

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You got that right, on the clutch and the times. I hope that when my motor goes under the knife to see some lower 11's. But back on topic, That is a huge gain from the switch. Good job Tobz!!
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is a dyno dynamics dyno known for reading a certain way??? like low or high (related to other dynos)

your dyno numbers are nearly identical to mine (at carz) so I am just curious. I'm still on the 8, 10.5

traps are way different, but I too, am fighting a slipping clutch, and I can't drive for ****
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Nice results!
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Very Nice!!
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Troy, I know the answer, but instead of addressing it in my post, I decided to let the numbers speak for themselves. I have been trying to make my point through explanation, but most just got angry or simply didn't care.

So, I hope that everyone will do their own analysis and come to their own conclusions. Here are a few comments, though, to help out:

1. Dynos not only read differently, but dyno operators can choose the correction factor they prefer in some cases. Be sure you know your CF so you can calculate your raw numbers.

2. I do not think you would be close to 118+ traps with your current numbers.

3. I ran my 12.30 and 109+mph traps with 299whp on this dyno.





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Troy, I know the answer, but instead of addressing it in my post, I decided to let the numbers speak for themselves. I have been trying to make my point through explanation, but most just got angry or simply didn't care.

So, I hope that everyone will do their own analysis and come to their own conclusions. Here are a few comments, though, to help out:

1. Dynos not only read differently, but dyno operators can choose the correction factor they prefer in some cases. Be sure you know your CF so you can calculate your raw numbers.

2. I do not think you would be close to 118+ traps with your current numbers.

I agree with you, I don't think my car would hit those traps, my best to date is only 108. perhaps one day though. congrats on the dyno numbers and the timeslips. just asking for the sake of asking.

good job Tobz as well!
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It's a good question, and I think you knew the answer intuitively, but I think it's always best to understand the full context behind "dyno" numbers. I didn't even care what I put down today on the dyno, because I had already shown my true power at the track. It's when you have ONLY dyno numbers and no track results that it gets worrisome.

Your 108 will likely increase with a strong clutch and more practice driving.





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Here's my best time:



Here are other fast times and my fastest trap speed. You can tell by the 60's that I had no traction, and that's even with my 2-step lowered to 5200 and my tires at 18psi:







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Old 06-07-2008, 11:08 PM   #14 (permalink)
 
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Vid of my 11.888 - don't have the 11.84 yet.

YouTube - Warrtalon Rocky Mountain Shootout Revolutions Performance





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Old 06-07-2008, 11:39 PM   #15 (permalink)
 
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