Dyno Comparison Thread

Discussion in 'Other Almera Discussion' started by rowdy-GTi, Mar 7, 2011.

  1. Sam

    Sam Moderator Staff Member

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    My apexi has shown peak revs of 8400 limit is 8200.

    Had Max revs in the autech at 7650.

    The stock tacho is way out, this is 8500 via the Link ECU.

    8500rpm:
     
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  2. CoV

    CoV

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    Wondering if anything above 6950 is pure momentum. If it were to hit the limiter slowly I bet it stops at 6950
     
  3. wraith

    wraith

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    How much momentum would you get on a rolling road with a lightened flywheel?

    Only the mass of the rollers and wheels and the flywheel would be fighting the engine breaking due to fuel cut.
     
  4. Dale

    Dale Moderator Staff Member

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    Keeping this thread going....

    SR20VE
    4-1 custom header
    2.25" exhaust
    Centre Feed Intake Manifold
    Q45 80mm Throttle Body
    3" Intake Pipe
    SR16VE Pistons
    N1 Camshafts

    209WHP / 149tq
    Tune needs work!


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  5. cyris

    cyris

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    Model:
    Almera 1.8
    Chassis:
    2002 N16
    QG18DE

    4-2-1 Branch
    50 - 57 mm Powerflow exhaust
    CAI
    Walbro 255lph

    89.1Kw & 153Nm

    Is this on par with what I am suppose to get for a QG18 ?
    Torque seems like it's a bit too low ...
    [​IMG]
     
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