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Finally Got Dyno Results


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Decided to get a power run done while getting the welsh plugs changed and a service. Check it out:

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What you guys think? All looks good to me, but the jump on the psi readyfrom 7 to 9 is a bit steep isnt it? Car is running on stock settings, except for the turbo back exhaust and the pod filter. Stock power is around 135 kws right?

Thanks goes out to Ray & RE Customs again - changed the welsh plugs (which were on their last legs), performed the service and the power run. >_<

(sorry about the scanned pics being so big)

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The boost jumping from 7 to 9 is because of the factory 2 stage boost solenoid.

Standard it jumps from 5psi below 4500rpm, to 7psi at 4500rpm and above...

A full turbo back exhaust will increase boost automatically by around 2psi, which is why its now 7/9psi instead of 5/7psi.

Do the 1 stage boost 'mod' and you'll have more power down low, as it will always boost straight to 9psi rather than waiting till 4500rpm.

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it will be spiking a bit higher from the exhaust

my gtst with stock everything made 141rwkw

hmm....so around 23 kw gain (if i was using that figure) - is it worth while enclosing the podfilter in a box? I heard this helps it gain a little bit more power (though i would think the difference is negligible)

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does the turbotech boost controller get rid of the 2 stage? or is a computer mod the only way to fix the 2 stage thing? i'm guessing R34 has the 2 stage as well?

the turbotech will get rid of it, because you'll be bypassing the stock solenoid...

the 'mod' is pretty easy...cut the black wire running out of the solenoid, and ground it to something near by, wallah.

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