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Latest dyno tuning session results for ronins car

Maybe the limit ? Anyone got a more powerful SC 2ZZ sheet for us to beat ? ( Rotrex excepted! )
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Its almost as fast as my S

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Awesome!

Although this has only been confirmed by the word of mouth, 2000TRDSC's roots type Blitz supercharger over at newcelica.org is also powered by ragnorak street cams, and he said that he picked up power all throughout the rev range with those cams. LOOK INTO CAMS!!!! Until he gets on the dyno, he think's he's around 300 hp to the crank.

If you can, look into WI for more power at WOT or something with a NX WOT switch. I think that's all you got left to do at this point.

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headers and cams are next

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those are some awesome dyno lines! Look how linear the HP curve is. And see how nice and flat the torque curve is. That's f*cking awesome. Where do I sign up??

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This is at the wheels? anything done to lower compression?
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I believe lowered 9:1 and yeah, this is wheel hp. So more like 330+ crank

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Have you changed the gears to give it longer legs at this point?
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I can't beat it I am sure. Seems awfully lean - I may be leaving hp on table but I stay under 12:1 under boost and it looks like you get close to 14:1, especially lugging under boost at 3-4000 rpm. Is that on purpose?
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The dyno shows the exhaust pipe sniffer the AF isn't dead on, we checked with primary with a wideband, the car is running with a wideband feeding the ecu, not a narrow band. But its running richer than a stock car would.

I don't know if the taller gear is in it, but otherwise no.

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So come on charles...how much $$$
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As far as i know is just a one off, its not meant for sale since you're talking 5 figures in hardware alone, it'd never be a viable product for us to do, it works so well since its all integrated using the stock ecu, knock sensors still works, ECU reads off a wideband instead of a narrow band, OBDII is still capable, no hacking up the harness (we did add pins to it but no cutting or vampires)

Its completely custom, new sensors were added, wideband, ecu reprogrammed for those features and others.

Its mainly just to show it can be done, regardless of what everyone else says, and it also shows that the stock ecu is perfectly capable of whatever is thrown at it.

Yes once all the hard work has been done it'll be easier to replicate, but it'd stilll be too expensive i think.

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Awesome. I'm still curious to know how deep into the 11's he can go with this setup in the quarter mile though...

That and his trap speed would TRULY gauge what type of beast he has. ::wink wink::

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** save ~10 lbs gain 1 hp ** EQ: Y=(190*X) / (1984-X) where Y is (HP) and X is (lbs)

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Nearly flat torque curve. I like those kinda curves

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That's the prettiest dyno chart I have seen in a long while!

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How much boost? Raising the cam change from 4500 to 5100 improved the midrange?
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Nearly flat torque curve. I like those kinda curves
same with the ForcedFed S Kit!

** save ~10 lbs gain 1 hp ** EQ: Y=(190*X) / (1984-X) where Y is (HP) and X is (lbs)

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