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Old 08-20-13, 07:19 PM
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A request for Sequential / NON- Sequential Dyno sheets

I'm doing a bit of research , on some tunning aspects and It would REALLY Help out if I could get some dyno sheets from people using the

STOCK sequentials / none sequentials ,

BUT any comparison would be great which means BNR's , and NG31 ( 99 spec , spirit R spec ) turbos are MORE then welcome
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Old 08-22-13, 04:57 AM
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Famspeed www.famspeed.co.jp claim the following results from their green development car.

Sequential Control Enabled
Torque 54.1kgm at 5225RPM
Boost 1.3kg/cm^2
Horsepower 447.3PS at 6313RPM

Sequential Control Delete
Torque 54.6kgm at 5121RPM
Boost 1.3kg/cm^2
Horsepower 455.6PS at 6502RPM

Famspeed state they use a Dynapack hub dyno that guesses flywheel power by using a 1.15 correction.

Also PS to BHP has a corrector factor of 1.014.

This is taken from a fully tuned circuit specification car with a PowerFC, complete turbo back exhaust (probably no cat converter), high flow turbos (maybe similar to knightsport RF420s), what looks like a knight sports v-mount, twin hks style flower of death air filters. I beleve this is their 'control standard ported test' but they have other non sequential tests which show more power, as much as 480PS from ported engines.

I had a very good look through all their dyno sheets a few weeks ago. All their sequential delete cars have peak torque after 5500rpm. The boosted sequential twins have lots of torque 3-3500, but then another burst of torque comes in with they turn the sequential on (and presumably increase the boost).

If I personally can not get a respectable (and smooth transition) figure out of my sequential twins I will use a 1.0A/R T04Z on 1.1kg/cm^2 boost.
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My FD is a FAMspeed rx7 just stock turbos on mine tho no dyno numbers yet
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There are tons of dyno charts showing exactly what you are looking for in the dyno thread.
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Originally Posted by djseven View Post
There are tons of dyno charts showing exactly what you are looking for in the dyno thread.
yup TY , I've gone through it all . I've gotten most of the info I wanted was just trying to get a bit more , alot of the older dyno sheets have been taken down .
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Just look at the torque curve, that is the major difference. The NS cars that have full NS conversions will make an extra 10-20rwhp due to the lack of the exhaust restriction(flapper door) in the factory manifold.
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