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Old 04-11-2012, 06:00 AM   #1
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Now that InsideLine has posted an article and video about their FRS dyno results, I figured it might be worth starting a general thread for FT86 dynos.

Inside Line stock FRS dyno (posted April 2012):






COBB stock BRZ dyno (posted April 2012 - made private shortly afterwards):






BRZ .jp website engine output curve (posted Feb 2012):



Note: torque units should be N*m, not kg*m




Combined plot. Even if we assume only 12% drivetrain loss (low for RWD), the engine is still underrated below ~6600-7000 RPM:

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Old 04-11-2012, 08:31 AM   #2
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Note that the FR-S dyno is on a 2-wheel dyno and the BRZ was done on a 4-wheel dyno, spiinning both front and rear wheels. For whatever that's worth, it is a difference.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:39 PM   #3
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MOAR POWA!!!!

come on 200/200, think its possible with a tune?
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:35 PM   #4
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MOAR POWA!!!!

come on 200/200, think its possible with a tune?
Not getting that bump in torque without a peaky turbo. Get a 2002 WRX, they're not hard to get to 200/200. As a matter of fact, I'll sell you mine.
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Weird. There's the same torque dip @4000 rpms that the 07+ turbo models have. Emissions nazi's strike again?
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Not getting that bump in torque without a peaky turbo. Get a 2002 WRX, they're not hard to get to 200/200. As a matter of fact, I'll sell you mine.
I have a 2011 stg 2 wrx right now @ near 300 ft torque =P
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These little buggers would be absolutely sick with a turbo, or just simply a stronger engine. Right now, there power to weight isn't god awful, but I wouldn't describe it anywhere in the territory of good either. Now, if it was between 225-250 WHP, that would be a sick ride (provided it stays in 2800lb area)! It would also be hard to fit rubber wide enough to compensate for spinning, under that small wheel well.
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Weird. There's the same torque dip @4000 rpms that the 07+ turbo models have. Emissions nazi's strike again?
some people are saying its the injector switch over
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some people are saying its the injector switch over
A problem in that area would be reflected as a jump or drop in the logged AFR, which isn't the case here. I suspect a problem with the Dual AVCS schedules.
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Just for fun, could someone throw the Insideline graph and this Civic K20 graph together?

http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/attac...dyno_chart.jpg

It would be interesting to see if that dip really is a dip, or if the "buldge" before it is a rather large buldge aimed at normal driving rpm.

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Just for fun, could someone throw the Insideline graph and this Civic K20 graph together?

http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/attac...dyno_chart.jpg

It would be interesting to see if that dip really is a dip, or if the "buldge" before it is a rather large buldge aimed at normal driving rpm.

Thanks,

Chris H.
Different dynos and conditions, so FWIW:


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