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Old 01-03-2010, 02:28 PM   #1
Scooby Specialist
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Join Date: Jun 2008
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: WA
99 Miata

Default Cobb protune Garrett 30r 19 and 21 psi 2005 sti

Event: dyno pull
Location: Surgeline tuning
Ambient Temp: 50 ish
Elevation: 500 ft?
Weather: cloudy,

Car: year 2005, model sTi
Tuner: Tim Baily
Dyno Info: mustang dyno
Peak HP at RPM: 371 @ 6800rpm @ 19 psi (388 hp redline @ 21psi)
Peak Torque at RPM: 349 @4200rpm @ 19 psi (357 @ 4400 [email protected] 21psi)

Target Boost: 19psi second numbers are at 21 psi
Target AFR: 12.4
Fuel: unleaded WA 92oct
Engine/Power Modifications: Perrin front mount kit, 850cc deatshworks, Aquamist water injection 50/50 mix with meth, perrin up pipe, grimmspeed ported exhaust manifolds, Gspeed midepipe, perrin down pipe, 3" greddy down pipe back exhaust, perring intake, Gspeed tgv delets, Gspeed ported intake, Gspeed ported TB, Garret 30R rotated .82, tial 44mm waste gate, Cobb Protune
Other Modifications: usesing heavyass aftermarket wheels, the bottemend is also factory and i still use the factory clutch this is at 52k miles

On my old utech flash i was making 371 hp and 312 tq. I orded and installed all the previosly listed grimm speed parts and went to surgeling to switch to the cobb unit and get a protune done. I was really happy picking up the extra 40 ft lbs almost a 1000 rpms soon really made a difference very happy with the way the day turned out. And very happy with the midd range pick up that i would have to say is mostly the grimmspeed parts
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Old 01-05-2010, 04:58 PM   #2
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Please read this thread and update your 1st post to the proper format when you have a chance. And then let me know what I can change your thread title to so it makes sense to those who might be searching for info. Thanks.

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