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Canadian monster
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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
here is the dynosheet i got at a local event, there was a dynapack and for a small amount you could get 3 run on the dyno.

when he told me the number i thought they were kind of high but he told me: you are the first to doubt about the numbers thinking it's too high, everyone think they are too low.

So what do you guys think about this dynosheet? Is it what i should get?

My car is a 1994 6 spd
Greddy T78 turbo with ebay divided manifold, full exhaust, hks dragger, etc.
ebay intercooler
4" intake
vpc, s-afc untuned (everything still at 0)
stock fuel, 94 octane
100 kpa Boost (14.5 PSI) that hits only after like 5500 rpm (avc-r badly tuned)
a/f ratio in the 10 until i hit 6000 rpm, it goes up to 11.5 to 11.7
temperature was really cold, 66F and it was raining so 90% humidity

 

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Congrats man. Your car is rockin'!! We'll be seeing some numbers from 2 other Supras pretty soon. :)

-Olivier
 

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dyna packs hold back true whp, so you are making even more then you see on the dyno! nice job man!
 

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Canadian monster
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wouldn't dynapack give more since you don't have the lost of the wheels?
 

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that's about what i put down at 15psi with the same mod. however your full boost is about 1k rpm later. You might have a boost leak or some other issues... Boost controller tuning wouldn't change that much.

Did you have it corrected to flywheel hp instead of wheel horsepower? or that's how it reads with dynapack?

John
 

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Canadian monster
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i beleive it is always written that on the dynapack sheet.

my boost does build slow, it goes to 10 PSI by 4000 rpm (spring pressure) and will onlu rise to 15 PSi around 5500. i don't know why yet but i'll try to find out.
 
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