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Dyno'd my FD *stock sequential*

Old 07-26-06, 08:31 PM
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Dyno'd my FD *stock sequential*

I'll have to put up the plots in a couple days when I can get ahold of a scanner, but here are the numbers:

321whp
246ft-lb

@ 10 psi, 93 degrees F ambient temp

I was on a dynojet and the hp seems a bit high for my mods at 10psi, so I guess I am taking the results with a grain of salt.

Although, I was there for a few other runs on various cars/trucks and all those numbers were spot on where they should be. So maybe I have a freaky fast car... lol it has surprised me in the past by beating some fast cars in a straight line. I'll probably do a couple runs at 13-14 psi (stock fuel still...) in the future when its not so freakin hot outside lol.

Oh, and the RX7.com ECU has a great tune that has allowed me to safely run 14 psi on the stock fuel system with safe AFR's (mid 11's dropping to low 11's at high RPM). I don't run this way very often because my injector duty cycle is probably off the charts at 14psi. lol

Power related MODS:

RP Remapped ECU
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Ebay special SS midpipe (no cat)
Bonez Downpipe
Custom K&N intakes
Upgraded Nippondenso fuel pump
Peter Farrell stock mount IC and duct
Dual Hallman Pro-RX MBC's
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thats nice numbers!!! congrats
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thats nice numbers!!! congrats
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yeah 14 psi with stock fuel delivery is playing with fire, right on the edge
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Originally Posted by Improved FD
yeah 14 psi with stock fuel delivery is playing with fire, right on the edge
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Good numbers for the stock twins.
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yeah pretty good.
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Well, here is the graph:

https://www.rx7club.com/attachment.p...hmentid=190153

The first run went to around 7500 RPM, and the other two went up to about 7200 RPM.

The RPM pick-up wasn't hooked up for the first run (green), so there are no torque values for it. And the dyno was reading double the actual RPM so you have to multiply the torque values by two to get the real numbers. LOL, we need all the torque we can get.

As you can see, there is a slight issue at high RPM where the boost flutters a bit and power drops some. But I'm happy with the results!

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Can anyone tell me whrre to put the rpm pick up for dyno?
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