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06 Blue Scion Turbo tC dyno tune

Discussion in 'Tuning and Dyno Results' started by Butters, May 20, 2011.

  1. Butters
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    Today I went to tune my car. Before tune my car dyno'd at 209 hp. After the tuning and adjustments my car made 304 hp with around 207 torque at 15psi on factory internals. I was very happy with my results since i was expecting 250 bhp. I will post my dyno sheet when I get the results on monday i hope.
     
  2. navylife59
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    Congrats. That is a big gain. Curious though, why the disparage between WHP and the Ft.Lbs torque? They usually are closer together on turbo F/I motors. Well, atleast that is the trend that I have seen. What piggyback did you end up using? Now go find a Subie and give it a good lesson. :)
     
  3. Butters
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    I think i may of got the torque wrong. I finally got my dyno sheets in but they didnt give me the torque graphs. Im a lil bum about that. But i ended up using the Greddy Emange Ultimate. It seem to work fine. In blue is my first run untunned and in red is my final tune. A big jump in it. Turbo tc.jpg
     
  4. navylife59
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    That is a big jump for sure. What were the boost levels of each run?
     
  5. Butters
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    They were 16 to 18 lbs of boost each time. I am having a problem with boost spike from what they say. They do a lot of work on toyota mr2 there. They said that my dyno curve is much like a honda civic.
     
  6. navylife59
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    You might need to run one of those expensive boost controllers.
     
  7. Butters
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    Funny thing is i have one but yet too hook it up. lol.
     
  8. RS1Tc
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    good #'s did u ever figure out what the torque was it does seem way low.
     

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