Let's play: Guess my dyno numbers!

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by fishsticks, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. iniazy

    iniazy Active Member

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    You should be happy, Torque is what REALLY matters!

    I think the numbers are fine, considering your large tires and a transfer case in between the tranny and the shaft also might cause a bit of power loss.

    Very impressive figures. I'm envious.

    BTW, the manual V6 has 3.91:1 diff ratio, not 3.73:1. The latter is for the auto five speed.
     
  2. fishsticks

    fishsticks Because fast lifted truck.

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    I am pretty sure all US market 4WD Tacomas were 3.73 (V6) or 4.10 (I4). It may be different on the Hilux.

    I am happy. :) I just like worrying over minutiae. It gives me something to do on the weekends.
     
  3. Torspd

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    Correct about the ratios. :top:
     
  4. fishsticks

    fishsticks Because fast lifted truck.

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    Soooo... I got on an actual Dynojet at a local race shop today. Let's just say that last outfit's dyno calibration was way off, and I never could get my graphs from them.

    Best run today: 394whp/360wtq. More HP, less TQ, and numbers that actually make sense. I did nothing to the truck since the last run but drive it.

    Was hoping to pop 400whp but I'll take it. I guess I could cheat and put my other wheels with stock size rollers on. :laugh:


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  5. Redlantern

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    Nice! Maybe if you get dyno done during colder season it might break 400
     
  6. Torspd

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    That is better. Knew something was off.
     
  7. fishsticks

    fishsticks Because fast lifted truck.

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    I think the last place may have messed with their calibration to stroke the diesel guys' torque egos.

    My measured AFR dropped into the 10s during all three runs. I was talking to one of the shop guys there and he said it could easily make some more power safely with a little fine tuning.

    Lots of people were interested in the 400 hp Taco yesterday, lol.
     
  8. Torspd

    Torspd Moderator
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    There is a possibility of that, on that trailer dyno.

    Pulling those AFR's to low-mid 11's would net you a few more HP for sure. Have you sent a datalog to URD to have them fine tune the calibration?
     
  9. fishsticks

    fishsticks Because fast lifted truck.

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    I haven't yet. I wanted to get a baseline I trusted first, since that last one seemed fishy.
     
  10. Torspd

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    Like fish sticks? :crinklehair: I'm right there with you on that.

    I still need to get mine dyno'd.
     
  11. whippersnapper02

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    Very nice!
     
  12. MiamiChillin

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    Good numbers man. I'm still at stock numbers :frown: lol
     

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