Naturally Aspirated Horsepower & Supporting Mods

Discussion in 'N/A Mods & Tuning' started by Torspd, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. LAzevedo

    LAzevedo Member

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    hrspwr236 Active Member

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    Sound like some good numbers!
     
  3. TRON

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    Man... Those numbers are hard to believe 340 torque with 3 inch y all the way back NA?! I don't know; maybe unchip tunes a winner every once and awhile:hmmmm2:
     
  4. silenT651

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    we must be talking bhp not rwhp right?
     
  5. LAzevedo

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    Whatever it says on the dyno sheets! I don't know much about the dyno process/numbers/computations lol
    Do the numbers sound too good to be true??

    I can probably upload 0-60 and 45-90 videos to compare to other X's?!
     
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  6. hrspwr236

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    Videos :top:
     
  7. Torspd

    Torspd Moderator
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    Those numbers seem quite a bit high. More than some people with 8 psi boost from a TRD S/C. I need to get on a computer and see the video.
     
  8. JC2011XR

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    They do sound really awesome. I can't wait for the final determination. Torspd, what are you thoughts on the Unichip item?
     
  9. LAzevedo

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  10. sdxrunner619

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    Id put you somewhere around 240whp...your hp and torque (claimed) is pretty much what I made on cali gas with the trd blower @ 7psi. Idk what the hell that dyno shop told you, but those numbers are way the hell off.

    And your case is one of the reasons why I always laugh when people start comparing dyno numbers. They dont mean shit.
     
  11. sixstringdave

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    I didnt hit that with all my mods either. Sounds like they messed up?
     
  12. sdxrunner619

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    Im going to go out on a limb here and say the lightning you raced was a v6 with lightning badges...lol
     
  13. Slywhitty

    Slywhitty "Midget Magnet"

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    What gear was the dyno pull done in?
     
  14. LAzevedo

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    As far as I know, third gear. Nope... I've raced four lightnings! Lost one when the X had about 10k miles and was stock. Tied two in 0-70ish from a light. And beat one by half a car length last week! Only other truck I've lost to was a Silverado SS... Wheels were hopping in 1st and 2nd. He was gone by the time I gained traction.
     
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    Correction factor on the Dyno?
     
  16. Pho Runner

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    Hi everybody, its my first post here. Thank you for all the awesome info you contribute. I have a 2007 4runner with 130,000 miles. I really like URD's n/a power package. Is it worth installing on an engine with so many miles or should I wait and do a rebuild first? Will I get the same kind of numbers as the posted dyno chart or will it be less likely bc of the mileage on the engine? Thank you
     
  17. Gadget

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    That really is not a lot of miles. It the engine is still healthy and not comsuming oil you should be fine.

    One thing you should do based on mileage is have an on the vehicle fuel injector cleaning service done. The two best are BG Products and MotorVac. This will get your injectors flowing like new again and get the carbon out of the combustion chamber, the intake ports and off of the back side of the intake valves. Then you will be ready to lay down some power.

    G
     
  18. Pho Runner

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    Thanks gadget! I recently tried redline fuel additive in the gas tank and before that seafoam through the PVC hose and in the gas tank. Would those methods clean my injectors like the motorvac would?
     
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    No, putting Seafoam though the PCV hose is highly likely to destroy the engine.

    Get a professional service.

    G
     
  20. Pho Runner

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    Oh great. Ok i will get it done professionally. Thanks again!
     

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