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I am looking to find a na dyno sheet for a mkiv none vvti auto na supra. Can anyone help me out and post one or link it to me Thank Brett
 

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I have mine around here somewhere, ill have to scan it though ill have it up in a little while
 

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Its no showing up? Can you email me or post it again Thanks For the help Brett
 

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ok lets try this again, The car was bone stock and it is an auto
 
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Hmm, so you're getting about 20% power loss from the flywheel to the rear wheels...I'm really wanting to dyno mine with just the intake and exhaust (5spd) Does anyone here have a manual stock, or near stock dyno sheet? The closest Dyno to me is 100 miles, but I think it would be worth the drive.
 

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Thanks for the dyno sheet i need a baseline for my car and now have it. ~Xdreamer
 

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the graph is off....

its showing max of like 175 when im only seein 165 on the graph for hp....and 169 where its right around 160....

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Hmm, so you're getting about 20% power loss from the flywheel to the rear wheels...I'm really wanting to dyno mine with just the intake and exhaust (5spd) Does anyone here have a manual stock, or near stock dyno sheet? The closest Dyno to me is 100 miles, but I think it would be worth the drive.
if you dyno, please post it. thanks.
 

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has anybody with a five speed dynoed their car and have the sheet? i am wondering this because im trying to relate your numbers to my 5 speed. I have not dynoed my car, so i don't know the exact #'s but shouldn't the five speed be around 180hp to 185hp?
Thanks, Kevin
 
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Here's my dyno incase anyone is interested in comparing.

1998 Supra NA (Auto)
APEXi N1 Exhaust

Blue Line - With silencer on
Red Line - Without silencer

With the silencer, it looks like most of the power loss comes around the 3000RPM mark.

-Brian
 

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damn thats a great chart... I wonder if the Greddy PE makes that kinda of power. I want that power but, the N1 w/ out the silcener to to loud for me:( . I really want that power though:D
 

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Not bad for an Auto NA. But, your NA is a 98 which had about 5 additional to start with so that should be bit more then Xdreamer's 93 Auto.

Then again he has some mode's on it too.
 
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There's a place in Maryland that charges $135 an hour plus tuning with a wide band 02 air-fuel meter.
 
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....daaaaamn

Thats a lot more than I expected, but how long does it take just to get a couple of runs in? thats all I want, I don't really have anything to tune yet. I just wanna see what kind of power I'm putting to the ground.
 
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you can get base runs for 60+ that's with out a wide band and usually 2-3 runs.
 
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