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Old 10-31-2009, 09:34 PM   #1
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Here it is I don't know how to scale it bigger so it goes right off the charts... holds 400whp to redline pretty much


Here is an over lay of a run where it holds just a hair less boost...


Let me know what you think....
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Old 10-31-2009, 09:51 PM   #2
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Right click on the graph and change the HP Axis to 500 or something.
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Old 10-31-2009, 10:04 PM   #3
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What "actual" dyno are these figures comparable too? Seems pretty good.
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Old 10-31-2009, 10:07 PM   #4
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between a mustang and dynojet - more towards a mustang.... If the conditions are set 100% properly... Which I'm sure he did

Travis why such the HUGE drop in torque? I would assume 325-350wtq @ redline...
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Old 10-31-2009, 10:16 PM   #5
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I dunno about the tq drop maybe the wrx cams....
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Old 10-31-2009, 10:19 PM   #6
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I dunno about the tq drop maybe the wrx cams....
Oh yea definitely! Way to much turbo and way to little head/cam

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Old 11-01-2009, 12:40 AM   #7
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This is the weaker pull
Code:
Tim	rpm	ITT	idc	psi	Toa	AFc
2895	2883	19 	15.99	3.25 	100	0
3039	2925	17.5	16.85	4.06 	100	0
3183	3007	17.5	17.96	4.93 	100	0
3334	3078	17 	19.04	5.88 	100	0
3477	3159	16.5	20.89	7.04 	100	0
3619	3244	16 	22.84	8.41 	100	0
3764	3311	15.5	26.13	4.99 	100	0
3903	3442	15 	30.84	12.07	100	0
4048	3561	14.5	37.98	14.81	100	0
4202	3664	15 	47.68	18.85	100	0
4353	3838	15.5	58.95	23.65	100	0
4496	4017	15.5	64.94	24.44	100	0
4640	4188	16 	67.89	24.5 	100	0
4786	4350	16.5	69.6 	24.5 	100	0
4931	4518	16.5	72.28	24.44	100	0
5073	4664	17 	72.63	24.4 	100	0
5216	4842	17.5	73.34	24.21	100	0
5359	5000	17.5	73.6 	24  	100	0
5504	5154	18 	74.77	23.92	100	0
5644	5300	16.5	75.75	24.02	100	0
5787	5494	16.5	76.19	23.96	100	0
5927	5626	17 	76.82	23.84	100	0
6072	5832	17 	77.14	23.76	100	0
6219	5882	17.5	76.54	23.82	100	0
6359	5976	17.5	76.49	23.92	100	0
6503	6168	17.5	77.63	24.07	100	0
6641	6297	20 	77.91	24.13	100	0
6783	6372	20 	77.48	24.21	100	0
6925	6438	20.5	76.91	24.27	100	0
7075	6550	21 	76.85	24.31	100	0
7216	6708	21.5	77.28	24.34	100	0
7361	6762	22 	76.46	24.29	100	0
7501	6925	22.5	76.82	24.33	100	0
This is the stronger pull, if you look the weaker pull is actually running just a hair less timing up top....
Code:
Time	rpm	Itt	Idc	psi	Toa      afc
1013	2200	22.5	9.86	0.41	100	0
1155	2263	20.5	10.14	0.64	100	0
1297	2307	20	10.83	1.01	100	0
1441	2359	20	11.07	1.35	100	0
1590	2409	19	11.76	1.76	100	0
1744	2460	17.5	13.12	2.17	100	0
1889	2496	16.5	13.85	2.63	100	0
2033	2581	16.5	14.31	3.07	100	0
2176	2630	17.5	15.25	3.5	100	0
2320	2695	17.5	15.52	3.94	100	0
2464	2759	17	16.48	4.51	100	0
2608	2812	17	16.8	5.09	100	0
2763	2902	17	17.96	5.84	100	0
2908	2994	16.5	19.16	6.59	100	0
3050	3062	16.5	20.25	7.54	100	0
3197	3156	15.5	22.22	8.55	100	0
3345	3238	15	25.56	10.09	100	0
3491	3383	15	28.2	11.89	100	0
3632	3462	14.5	34.72	14.25	100	0
3777	3599	15	43.76	17.81	100	0
3920	3714	15.5	54.68	22.41	100	0
4061	3842	15.5	62.29	24.31	100	0
4201	4034	15.5	65.41	24.4	100	0
4344	4208	16	67.11	24.46	100	0
4488	4406	16.5	70.5	24.48	100	0
4644	4548	17	71.8	24.46	100	0
4794	4732	17	72.68	24.34	100	0
4937	4886	17.5	72.96	24.17	100	0
5082	5037	17.5	73.07	24	100	0
5231	5194	18	74.24	23.96	100	0
5376	5384	18.5	76.95	23.9	100	0
5522	5605	19	76.53	23.88	100	0
5666	5682	19	77.57	23.86	100	0
5809	5882	19	77.8	23.84	100	0
5950	5962	19.5	76.31	23.84	100	0
6092	6082	19.5	77.86	24.02	100	0
6232	6137	20	77.25	24	100	0
6375	6340	22.5	77.09	24.15	100	0
6518	6476	22.5	77.37	24.21	100	0
6660	6573	21	77.12	24.25	100	0
6800	6690	21.5	77.07	24.31	100	0
6945	6756	22	77.83	24.34	100	0
7089	6874	22.5	76.26	24.25	100	0
Looks like the boost was pretty close on the two runs actually. Timing was a little low actually on the top end I am shooting for 24.5... Must be pulling a little timing, I am not using my SD rom/groupn that one wont pull ANY timing ...:| I just gotta finish it up I have not been able to get much tuning in with all the rain we have been blessed with in the midwest...

I am going to try and rescale the graphs here in a minute...

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Old 11-01-2009, 01:20 AM   #8
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Thats a little better...
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:38 AM   #9
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looks great man, how does that higher compression help with spool up, looks about the same as other stock sti??? i bet with sti heads with avcs it would be alot better
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:49 AM   #10
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looks great man, how does that higher compression help with spool up, looks about the same as other stock sti??? i bet with sti heads with avcs it would be alot better
Yeah I think it would be alot better with the avcs but I am making 300 wtq by 3350 rpms... Thats in third gear(07 6mt gearing), it will spool even faster in 4th. But I am too scared out on the street, I seen about 10 police/statetroopers today I didn't wanna push it....The higher compression is noticed off boost more than anything, I have that extra little bit of torque to get up and go when im just scooting around.
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Old 11-01-2009, 02:28 AM   #11
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man i be that is nice, especially on a 2.5, can only imagine what it feels like, i am building my 2.0 to 8.7, hoping for better drivability also
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Old 11-01-2009, 02:58 AM   #12
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Looks good.

For comparison, do you have a similar log when you were running gasoline?
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:47 AM   #13
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What cams are you running with that setup?
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Old 11-01-2009, 10:14 AM   #14
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Looks good.

For comparison, do you have a similar log when you were running gasoline?
No mickey , I haven't ran gasoline since you were helping me tune on the 18g , seems like ages ago ... The 30r has only seen E85... Btw this is with the Afr at 11.5-11.75 (.79-.80 lambda), I should lean it out just a hair...
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What cams are you running with that setup?
Good ole stock wrx bump sticks....I think if I had some kelfords it would hold torque alot better....
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Good ole stock wrx bump sticks....I think if I had some kelfords it would hold torque alot better....
needs some Double D's with big cams.
that will bring up the upper end.
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Are you planning on running more boost? good job

Format the axis higher, click on the vertical axis and hit format axis, set it up to whatever you want. If you want to post just the dyno chart as a picture instead of a screenshot, right click anywhere on the chart, click copy, open a photograph program like Paint, Paste and save it as something, then hosted on photobucket.

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needs some Double D's with big cams.
that will bring up the upper end.
Yes sir! Once I have to crack this block open there will be some headwork done this time!

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Are you planning on running more boost? good job

Format the axis higher, click on the vertical axis and hit format axis, set it up to whatever you want. If you want to post just the dyno chart as a picture instead of a screenshot, right click anywhere on the chart, click copy, open a photograph program like Paint, Paste and save it as something, then hosted on photobucket.
I could run more boost but I have no boost gauge, I can crank the halman up with the cockpit adjust anytime ...I just dont know how high it would be after it passes 24.75 ( limit of the factory MAP sensor) , I just need an AEM 3.5 bar MAP sensor next spring..... Thanks for the Airboy tip too perfect I have had to take pics with the camera...
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ur cracking me up man. ur tuning ur own car yet u dont know how to scale a graph or take a picture in excel

taking pictures of your computer screen with your phone

in excel go File->Web Page Preview->Right Click-> Save Picture As
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ur cracking me up man. ur tuning ur own car yet u dont know how to scale a graph or take a picture in excel

taking pictures of your computer screen with your phone

in excel go File->Web Page Preview->Right Click-> Save Picture As
Rebuilt(body) then built(power wise), fabbed my own rotated kit and tuned my own car , we painted it in the garage at my old mans too...But I don't even own excel , if I do an airboy I use my girlfriends computer I have airboy interpolation deal downloaded on hers....Thanks for the tip though, I'll figure out excel someday.... In the mean time check out these build pics, just to show I don't lie....













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LOL yeah I had to take pictures that was actually video...
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LOL yeah I had to take pictures that was actually video...
that dog gives me the chills
sweet project, it looks great
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Thanks, project took awhile but it was worth every hour put in... Damien (dog) is generally a really nice dog, He gets mean but only when he should

You got a pretty fly wrx too juan when you putting the .63 35r on?
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