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post #1 of 132 (permalink) Old 05-05-2006, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Baseline Dyno Plots. Post Your Dyno Plots here

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How about a sticky link for all the dyno plots? Take the conversation to different threads and just keep this link for a list of mods, test conditions, and dynoplots?

Here is my baseline dynoplot with stock intake, exhaust, and lighter flywheel on 2005 Elise with LSD. 90F low humidity.
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and 10 min after fzust on the same dyno, here's mine.
2005 Elise, all stock except QuickSilver exhaust, MWR Light Weight flywheel, LSD.
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My 2006 Exige with Larini SE exhaust and Reverie intake.
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Dyno test with Forcedfed race header


Finally got it printed, the run was on Friday, correction factor was 1.05. No modifications except the header, no catalytic converter. Muffler was Larini. Peak hp was 177.06, best torque 126.38. Air fuel ratio was LEAN, under investigation. The car is a 2006 Exige.

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Dyno of lower switchover

I scanned this in for Dave, 2005 Elise with the lower switchover.
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Before/After Forced Fed Headers

Before and After FF Street Headers and Cat. Both graphs also include Larini exhaust and Reverie intake.

It was the same day on both dyno runs. I only drove about 10 mins after the headers were installed. I dyno tested it a month later too, and the gains were the same.
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loads of UK Elise dyno plots here for comparison........

http://www.dyno-plot.co.uk/dyno/about.htm

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Here's mine with just a QS.

http://www.dragtimes.com/Lotus-Elise-Timeslip-8988.html

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Remember folks this is just a dumping ground for dyno plots. Please take the conversations to a new thread.


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This is an engine I built that's installed in a Motorsport Elise in England
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FF275 Dyno Plots

Baseline + FF275 on Pump 91 and Race 100 Gas. Tried to start the turbo plots at 2000rpm, though there is a couple hundred RPM difference in the two. The baseline was done previously on a different dynojet where I started at 1000rpm. Bottomline. More power and torque after 2500rpm than stock. Any comments? Please start a new thread, this is just for dyno posting!
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This is an engine I built that's installed in a Motorsport Elise in England

And on a half accurate dynapack actually tops out at a less impressive 340bhp.
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06 Exige_2550 miles_completely stock_factory LSD

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I didn't know about this thread...

Here's my Exige, stock, just after the 1k service. It is the third, and best, of three runs.

2006 Lotus Exige (Schroth harnesses, Larini 8", SS brake lines, Ultradiscs, Pagid pads, Nitrons, RTD brace, Titan steering rack, R888s, Braille battery, Bollock, desnorkle, AVIC-N3, etc.)
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Baseline, about 90 degrees out today (it was HOT), and maybe 30% humidity. Looks like my Elise is about on par with most of the others.

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any exige s? i want to see dyno!!! : )
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My bone stock run came in at 270whp. After some bolt on parts a fuel system upgrades looks like this now


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I dyno'ed out at 229 hp at the wheels and 185 torque with a Turbo XS intake and a Zex 75 shot, you know what!

Fuel air mix is perfect, no problems.

Other than that.....all stock and extremely quick, quick, quick.

How do I attach my pic of the dyno to post it for all to see?



2004/2005 Elise, Sport pkg., Red Lux. pkg., hard top, Exige silver wheels, 175 whp with a TurboXS Intake, and now a Zex Wet 75, Of You Know What!.........Gives Me 229whp and 185 torque to the wheels, with no heat blankets or special anything needed. It lasts a long time with the 75 shot and two or three gears needed here and there. Fuel Air Mix starts around 15 and drops to the 12's all the way to 8200 rpm's...nice and safe. No lag, no bogg, just instant take-off!
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