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Looking for dyno results for non-seq

Old 12-01-08, 01:52 PM
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Looking for dyno results for non-seq

I've searched, and couldn't find a thread with what I'm looking for so hopefully we can start a new one here.

If you have non-seq turbos, and know your power numbers can you post them up along with relevant modifications. Even better if you have a scan of your dyno sheet.

Looking for stock modded turbos, BNR's and 99 spec. Lets get them all into one thread for peoples future reference!

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There is a specific dyno thread in the stickies with many dynos going back several years.
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there's not much of a difference between sequential and non-sequential dyno numbers. maybe 5-10whp gain at most, which i wouldnt consider enough of a power difference to make up for the lack of boost response. just my two cents.

99spec turbos make the same power as pre-99 turbos.

BNR turbos are in a different league, really (read: much more power) and will be more comparable to single turbo dynos, as most people run them non-sequential for some reason.

maybe you somehow missed the thread titled "dyno graphs," which would include all of the above?

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Future reference.... it's been done

here ya go. It would be great to actually update with more data.

http://www.catenet.net/dyno.php
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Originally Posted by montego View Post
Future reference.... it's been done

here ya go. It would be great to actually update with more data.

http://www.catenet.net/dyno.php
I love that website What's up Elliot! To the OP, click on my signature link to see my dyno graph from last winter. Stock turbos at about 11+ to 13 psi (hence the notes 12.5 psi.... I was bleeding boost up top, have since fixed that). I will probably go back to the dyno in Feb next year before I go back to the track. You can also see my timeslips on my sig link. Max hp compared to sequential won't be much different, in general. Some claim more, due to wastegate mods, etc. What WILL be different is the torque below 3500-4500 rpm, in general. IOW, if you know how to row gears, it won't make much difference
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