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Old Feb 9, 2004, 11:15 AM   #1
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494.4whp 400ft.lbs at 24psi

We to the dyno on Saturday to do some tuning on a customers car we have been working on. It's a pretty basic set up. We are getting full boost by 4700-4900rpm.



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The load cycles are not set. So all power is baout 10% lower than they should be. We are very happy with the results and the car makes power so easily. Very very little tuning was even done on it as we were still learning to mess with the ECU.





We first started with 91 octane pump gas that we get out here in Cali.


We made 390whp on

91 octane pump gas
20psi
11 degrees of Total timing
dyno dynamics AWD dyno(suppost to red low)
11.2 A/F on dyno wide band


I believe we could have made about 430-440whp on pump, but we didn't want to push it. We just left the timing and boost real low and decided to move onto the race gas as it was real late in the day already.









On C-16 race gas we made 494.4whp, but ran into some problems we only got one run before it came to an end. We believe it ripped an IC hose or Intercooler because as you will see on the dyno graph it popped something. We immediately let off the gas as you will see on the graph.


So with no real tuning on race gas we only got one dyno pull. We will do a pressure test to see where the porblem is this week. As you can see in the graph the power was going way up and would have probably made 530whp.



We plan to make 550-570whp once we can tune the fuel and timing. We also plan to run 29psi.




made 494whp
24psi
C-16
10.9 A/F on dyno wide band
18 degress of timing
no load cyclces we set
AWD dyno dynamics dyno(low reading)
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This car once fully tuned will have the power to run 10's no problem.
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Wow that's some amazing numbers. How much does this setup cost, with tuning and everything?
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There are really a lot of different options out there, but the base kit is $3600 I believe depending on what you want to have done.


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wow, that's just ... wow.

how built is the motor?
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Was that power made with the same exhast system I have?

On 91 can this kit be driven daily?
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The same downpipe, but a different catback as he already had the JIC on there.



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You can see in the dyno graph the power was going right up. It would have probably leveled off at 520-530whp if it wasn't for a blown IC connection or FMIC.
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Very nice!!! Let us know what your times at the track are.
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rnr, how much can the GT 30R make on pump gas?
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There are to many variables.


I would say the GT30R would make 350-400whp on pump.



The GT35R can make a lot more on pump too. We plan to make about 430whp on pump with the 35R on a AWD dyno.
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the GT 30R is a little bit less lagy right? (that was my concern)
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It is about 500rpm difference between the two. They are both dual ball bearing.
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Just wanted to thank RnR racing for a great product and opening up their weekend schedule to get the dyno session. The owner of the EVO8 flew us into SanDiego for the Autronic tuning. There was definately more power available on pump gas, but we started off with a base tune and didn't want to push "too far" so that we had ample opportunity to run with race gas

The race gas run was phenominal and we started with purposely running rich at 10.9. We will have more runs with more timing and targeting a bit leaner.

Just wanted to say that the RnR kit is awesome and makes significant power gains...finally there's a kit and a vendor willing to go BEYOND current recommendations for turbo-kits as the owner wants to make some huge power gains and post some unreal track results in the future.
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amazing...!!
this is the autronic plug and play ecu you guys are using right?
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