new dyno numbers with TRD S/C

Discussion in 'F/I Mods & Tuning' started by ntinhri, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    Yeah, I forgot about the addional injectors :stupid:

    but you know what i mean. Maybe an FTC like the older trucks

    Justin
     
  2. Gadget

    Gadget Well-Known Member

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    I am all about proper nomenclature...

    "It is a double column, single feed, detacable box magazine of 15 round capacity, it is not an F-ing CLIP"

    Gadget
     
  3. 2006nightrider

    2006nightrider Active Member

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    I just got a text message from Steve about a dyno run...anyone else get it too?

    With the TRD S/C...

    333ft lb
    320.4 hp
    6.78 psi
    AFR hung at 12 the entire run
     
  4. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    yep, on a hub dyno a nice 80 hp gain :top:

    Dynapac


    Justin
     
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    07X-R New Member

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    So how accurarte are these dynos?
     
  6. Gadget

    Gadget Well-Known Member

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    The DynoPak dyno is a very nice dyno.

    You remove the wheels and bolt on hub adapters in there place and the dyno pods attach directly to those adapters. They are very quiet and do not have any of the issues with tire size, weight and so on.

    This dyno gives very repeatable result time after time with very little error.

    They do normally read a bit higher then a DynoJet dyno. It is hard to compare one type of dyno to another accurately. The DynoJet is not a very good dyno since it only is useful for full throttle acceleration runs, but they are everywhere and they are pretty much the standard for comparing one vehicle with another in different locations.

    Gadget
     
  7. Jonathan

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    hot damn!!! that is great. where is justin, thought he was going with:dontknow:
     
  8. ntinhri

    ntinhri Active Member

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    our dyno day is next sat. This was just for me to see the gains of what Ive put on.


    **** review first post and youll see the proof. There will be air fuel graph, hp and lb graph, boost graph, ect go look at it!:top:
     
  9. XrunnIT

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    that is effing amazing. now you need to get some wide tires. Like 295+ to get that beast moving.

    Well done!!! :top:
     
  10. Xample

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    steves got 275's on already...great numbers by the way steve.
     
  11. XrunnIT

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    275's will help. Ideally he should go the same route as Lucke. The ones that he is going to attempt to put on look to be at least 315s, probably 325s.
     
  12. Super Werty

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    wait, so why does he have an extra pound of boost, compared to Jon's?
     
  13. ntinhri

    ntinhri Active Member

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    I recall jon had some home maid thing. they actually found a port on the back of the charger for the psi guage....

    I think I will upgrage to 300 or so rears. I also want KDW2 they will help... first gear is a joke, 2nd and 3rd is where I mush your face to the back of your head!!


    thanks for all the great comments!
     
  14. My68ur8trd

    My68ur8trd Active Member

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    yeah, were running on the dynojet next weekend.

    I want to run my truck on this dyno as well.

    maybe we can set it up

    Justin
     
  15. 5H4D0WD347H

    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    There is a "boost referance port" on the back of the charger by the water IN/OUTLETS. Is this where you plumb a boost gauge to?
     
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    5H4D0WD347H New Member

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    I was wondering that as well.
     
  17. Yardie

    Yardie "The Jamaican"

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    Nice numbers steve, can't wait to see justin's numbers now.
     
  18. Jonathan

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    this is the same port that i used, with a extremely accurate gauge. temp, density ect affects boost. mine reads 5.6, doesnt mean yours does:top:
     
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    So the air here at sea level in NY at 32 degrees could easily read a pound more?
     
  20. ntinhri

    ntinhri Active Member

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    I really thought u said u made so pvc thing... if not my bad
     

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