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Old 03-24-2010, 09:44 AM   #26
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Dam, that is a huge correction-451 uncorrected to 560 corrected- what kind of correction is that- just some multiple or actual SAE correction??

Can you post an actual graph? Taking it from the vid isn't easy on the eyes

Thanks, congrats btw
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:18 AM   #27
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OP, please update your 1st post to the required format found here. http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1858764

Looks like you have most of the info, just needs to be organized a little differently. Thanks.
sorry about that, i will edit the thread later today sorry
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:21 AM   #28
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So are you spraying on the outside off the core or injecting into the pipes before the core?
yep to the core
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:22 AM   #29
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Dam, that is a huge correction-451 uncorrected to 560 corrected- what kind of correction is that- just some multiple or actual SAE correction??

Can you post an actual graph? Taking it from the vid isn't easy on the eyes

Thanks, congrats btw
I will post the dyno graphs later today
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:25 AM   #30
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Dam, that is a huge correction-451 uncorrected to 560 corrected- what kind of correction is that- just some multiple or actual SAE correction??

Can you post an actual graph? Taking it from the vid isn't easy on the eyes

Thanks, congrats btw
This... I think your numbers are crazy inflated for that turbo.
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Old 03-24-2010, 11:29 AM   #31
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Dam, that is a huge correction-451 uncorrected to 560 corrected- what kind of correction is that- just some multiple or actual SAE correction??

Can you post an actual graph? Taking it from the vid isn't easy on the eyes

Thanks, congrats btw

Welcome to Dyno results in Colorado. I shake my head everytime i see "SAE dynojet" posts. i have seen them as high as 1.32% .
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Old 03-24-2010, 07:50 PM   #32
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Welcome to Dyno results in Colorado. I shake my head everytime i see "SAE dynojet" posts. i have seen them as high as 1.32% .
They are no better then DD with a 1.25+ correction.

Everyone loves to use corrections cause we live at 5000+ ft and people would get butt hurt knowing a stock STI up here puts down less then 200whp uncorrected and their super duper stage II e85 sti doesn't even crack 300whp. lol

Still 450whp uncorrected isn't all too bad up here, im sure there can be more had from the current setup though.

Good luck friday!
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Old 03-24-2010, 08:18 PM   #33
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They are no better then DD with a 1.25+ correction.

Everyone loves to use corrections cause we live at 5000+ ft and people would get butt hurt knowing a stock STI up here puts down less then 200whp uncorrected and their super duper stage II e85 sti doesn't even crack 300whp. lol

Still 450whp uncorrected isn't all too bad up here, im sure there can be more had from the current setup though.

Good luck friday!
Try 1.15 on a DD

Anyways MAC's numbers are stupid high... They told me my EVO3 16 was making 330hp and 300tq when on a DD with a 1.15 cf i was making 254hp and 238tq...

Anyways sick car needless to say
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Old 03-25-2010, 12:58 AM   #34
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OP, please update your 1st post to the required format found here. http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1858764

Looks like you have most of the info, just needs to be organized a little differently. Thanks.
I hope it looks better now... please let me know if i missed something Thanks
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:02 AM   #35
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Welcome to Dyno results in Colorado. I shake my head everytime i see "SAE dynojet" posts. i have seen them as high as 1.32% .
wow 1.32 I thought mine was really high at 1.24
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:07 AM   #36
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Try 1.15 on a DD

Anyways MAC's numbers are stupid high... They told me my EVO3 16 was making 330hp and 300tq when on a DD with a 1.15 cf i was making 254hp and 238tq...

Anyways sick car needless to say
Yea ive heard that mac's dyno read high, but ive seen some other dynos here that read close to theirs.... the higher it reads the happier I get lol ... anyway its just numbers whats important is what it will run in the track I guess
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:09 AM   #37
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They are no better then DD with a 1.25+ correction.

Everyone loves to use corrections cause we live at 5000+ ft and people would get butt hurt knowing a stock STI up here puts down less then 200whp uncorrected and their super duper stage II e85 sti doesn't even crack 300whp. lol

Still 450whp uncorrected isn't all too bad up here, im sure there can be more had from the current setup though.

Good luck friday!

Thanks man.... hopefully with my new turbo, we will hit close to 500whp uncorrected! that would be enough for me..... at least for now lol
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:10 AM   #38
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Dam, that is a huge correction-451 uncorrected to 560 corrected- what kind of correction is that- just some multiple or actual SAE correction??

Can you post an actual graph? Taking it from the vid isn't easy on the eyes

Thanks, congrats btw
1.24 CF... it should be an actual SAE correction!! both corrected and uncorrected dyno sheets are posted on the first post!
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1.24 CF... it should be an actual SAE correction!! both corrected and uncorrected dyno sheets are posted on the first post!

Sweet thanks for being so helpful with post to post responses
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Old 03-26-2010, 02:58 AM   #40
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Try 1.15 on a DD

Anyways MAC's numbers are stupid high... They told me my EVO3 16 was making 330hp and 300tq when on a DD with a 1.15 cf i was making 254hp and 238tq...

Anyways sick car needless to say

Only revolutions uses a 1.15, while super rupair uses somewhere in the 1.15-1.2 range I believe, and harvey has weather corrections setup so it has gone anywhere from 1.25-1.35

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Thanks man.... hopefully with my new turbo, we will hit close to 500whp uncorrected! that would be enough for me..... at least for now lol
That would be very impressive even for up here!

Mac's dyno simply puts out a big number because they use SAE correction which up here is huge, otherwise its a normal DJ.
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Harvey was using full SAE corrected for a while, now he is back to using a more accurate 1/2 SAE (1.14-1.15 typically)

http://www.awdpirates.net/forums/vie...p?f=92&t=46369

We have found that the 1/2 SAE on a dyno dynamics is equal to a dyno jet UNCORRECTED here in Colorado. We have seen it on multiple cars. The 1/2 SAE dyno dynamics also correlates to 1/4 mile ET and MPH HP calculators.
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Old 04-03-2010, 10:29 AM   #42
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good looking car man, get that axle fixed and hit it again! I have had good luck with the drive shaft shop axles, (but with drag radials i broke one of them as well) I try to preload the drivetrain slightly before letting it have it off the line.
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good looking car man, get that axle fixed and hit it again! I have had good luck with the drive shaft shop axles, (but with drag radials i broke one of them as well) I try to preload the drivetrain slightly before letting it have it off the line.
thanks man, I knew that something is going to break, but I hoped to run low 11s before that (I would have been happy with a 11.1 and im sure I could of have made it if the axles didn't break)

asa i fix this and get a launch control, i will be back for my 11.1 run or maybe ill just go a head and get this new turbo and shoot for 10s
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good looking car man, get that axle fixed and hit it again! I have had good luck with the drive shaft shop axles, (but with drag radials i broke one of them as well) I try to preload the drivetrain slightly before letting it have it off the line.
wondering did you take any pictures/videos? my friends didn't get my 11.4 run
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wondering did you take any pictures/videos? my friends didn't get my 11.4 run
I will look. I was running down to see it and I can't remember if I got it on video or not.
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I will look. I was running down to see it and I can't remember if I got it on video or not.
I got it

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Very nice, I was impressed with the quality of your group's cars. and you guys beat the crap out of them. some of those cars made 20+ runs i bet.
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Very nice, I was impressed with the quality of your group's cars. and you guys beat the crap out of them. some of those cars made 20+ runs i bet.
Thanks man... yeah we had some fast cars in the group. and yea most of the cars did at least 10-12 runs... some of them did almost 25 runs LOL. except for me, only did like 6 in which 4 of them where the IC pipe always pops
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Try hair spray. Make sure the pipes have a really good bead rolled on them and get some really high quality couplers. The key is in the coupler and putting the T bolt flush to the bead and cranking it down.

If done right most will hold 40 psi or a coupler explodes.
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Try hair spray. Make sure the pipes have a really good bead rolled on them and get some really high quality couplers. The key is in the coupler and putting the T bolt flush to the bead and cranking it down.

If done right most will hold 40 psi or a coupler explodes.
Thanks for the tips... I just installed new couplers few days ago, and hopefully there will be no more issues
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