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My 2010 Evo X gsr finally tuned.

 
Old Oct 15, 2010, 06:47 PM
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My 2010 Evo X gsr finally tuned.

I had an Invidia Downpipe, Test pipe and Q-300 (dual tip) exhaust, and a k&n drop in filter installed today and custom tuned by Cam at Lightspeed in Red Deer and put down some pretty impressive #'s. He got 304.6 awhp, and 377.1 awtq. on 94 octane. Max torque hits at 3250 rpms and hits like a freight train now. I am really impressed with such little mods and such massive gains. I love the sound too. Its kinda weird that its so throaty when accelerating but on the highway its so quiet even at 4000- 4500 rpms.
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Old Oct 15, 2010, 07:06 PM
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so you have a TBE and the drop in filter , and nothing else?
377 ft/lb torque is amazing ...
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Old Oct 15, 2010, 07:45 PM
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wow, ditto on the guy above. 377 torque!? I wonder what it would hit on ****ty 91?
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How many lbs of boost?
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Old Oct 15, 2010, 08:43 PM
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My 2010 evo x gsr finally tuned

Yup, my gsr only has 3200 kms on it. I have only had it for 3 months. I just begun my modding. The only thing that's not stock is the exhaust and air filter. My tuner is unfreakin' believable. He upped my boost to 28 psi max and whatever little tweaks he did besides. He still managed to keep a/f in a safe range. A real good tuner can mean all the difference. I cant believe how hard it hits now!
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damn well lucky you!!! i bet that thing drives like a beast now !
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Wow, like stated above crazy torque!
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28 lbs we found the answer! hehe, great numbers. lots of torque for minimal mods, shoot ill almost be happy with that, if your into having fun on the street not many people in my area would be able to beat that. espically with all that torque you would shoot away and they couldnt catch ya.
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holy shizzle..
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Very nice - congrats.
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Those are nice numbers. Enjoy!
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Might have something to do with the correction - notice how HP and torque do not cross at 5454 like they are supposed to.

What kind of dyno was this?
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Originally Posted by Slow*Jim View Post
Might have something to do with the correction - notice how HP and torque do not cross at 5454 like they are supposed to.

That only happens when the scales are the same.
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Excellent numbers man!
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Awesome tune! That's some pretty good spool up.

Do you have the hfc or tp? I've been looking to do the Invidia tbe, or just the cbe and a UR res. tp, or mufler tp for fear of dronage.

How long have you had the exhaust? Got any pics?
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