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  • #16
    Originally posted by SVOeric View Post
    Numbers for Eric Courtwright --

    246 HP
    321 TQ
    Took the gutted intake off ?
    Confucius says" a closed mouth gathers no foot"

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    • #17
      Ouch Eric! I should have joined a 5.0 Club! Instead of walking down, I took the elevator..........
      Fry the computer Guy

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      • #18
        Jim Boles baseline run.
        369.3 HP
        345.9 Torque

        (By the way, his clutch was slipping!)

        Mike Fleming ran 13 PSI boost on first run to 19 PSI on the last run)

        Tons of dyno time left so many are lining up for more passes and adjustments.
        Last edited by Pat_in_L.A.; 09-01-2006, 02:45 PM.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by NY eric View Post
          Took the gutted intake off ?
          Nope -- It's still on there.

          I was having some fuel issues, I've swapped fuel filters, and am going to run again. My runs were all going lean.
          Eric C
          SVOCA Webmaster

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          • #20
            I bought my 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo from Blake Walker - Walker Dyno Tune...My Porsche dynoed at 300 rwhp and 318 torque at the wheels...I did a few more things that put it around 320-330 at the wheels..., but when Blake owned it he dynoed it several times...
            Blake B.
            85.5 1B - SOLD
            86 1C - New Project
            87 Black Saleen Mustang # 198

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            • #21
              The road warrior made 227.9 RWHP, 252 RWTQ after some more tinkering. Mike Fleming final tweeked his fuel map and put down 319 rwhp.
              Mike S

              '86 SVO 9L Leather
              '86 SVO 9L Road Warrior
              '96 300ZXTT

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              • #22
                wish I was there to hear the "red baron" scream........

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                • #23
                  The dyno was a great! I want to thank WalkerDyno. Walker dyno knows how to tune turbo engines. He said I had ignition breakdown at the higher rpms attributed to either a large plug gap or bad wires. He slipped a plastic wrench pouch under my wires and I gained 17 hp. I changed the plugs & wires. They both needed changing. The plugs were Autolite platnum with about 2k miles on them. The gap was good but they were dirty & had a red tint. The red is from the FI cleaner & touelene, 108 Outlaw. I had one plug broke at the boot. The car runs great with no miss. It feels snappy! I now have a good supply of di-electric grease. Thanks Pat for the plugs & gapping. I will only use Motorcraft SP-447 spark plug. I've got work to do for next year! Rick
                  85 SVO "Christine" ; CBR954RR CB350 85 VF1000R XR400R CZ 250 Enduro 66 Suzuki X-6 "Hustler"

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                  • #24
                    Mike, I took a video of you RED monster on the dyno.. As soon as I get everything figured out, I'll send it to you.. That RED car sounded GREAT!!

                    Dave
                    84 SVO 9W #3537 6th fastest @ '09 autocross

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                    • #25
                      Mike...what =====turbo u have?
                      1 Modded, 1 Not

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                      • #26
                        Hey Mike what what are you using to data log? Just curious as that pic looks alot like my zeitronix WB program.

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                        • #27
                          Nice unit for the money.

                          Although i need to send my back in and get a firmware update. i have the older version that doesn't allow for switching of the display units, ie TPS MAF etc.......

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                          • #28
                            I've had mine for about 2.5 years already. infact i probably need a new sensor as i noticed mine lags alot during warm up. I can't get my display to change. Once i get the update then i can change the user displey etc.
                            Where do you have your display at?
                            I have mine on a L bracket so that it sits just under the dash pad above the a/c vent next to the hvac controls. i can see mine any time and sunlight never even touches it. i will admit they should have use bigger screens for the display but i can watch mine just fine.
                            I even have a autometer EGT but i'm going to put the wire leads on a switch so i can flip it to the zeitronix unit for data logging when i need to.

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