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Cameron_Datto
Posted: 2004/10/23 5:45  Updated: 2004/10/23 5:45
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 Re: Dyno Graph
what turbo are you running ? at what RPM are you are you making Max power ? Have you got a graph of the torque ? looks a good set up
cheers Cam

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ANGE
Posted: 2004/10/23 7:41  Updated: 2004/10/23 7:41
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From: Melbourne AUS
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 Re: Dyno Graph
178rwkw in a 1200...

thats gotta be good for......high 11? low 12 second passes?

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ISL33P
Posted: 2004/10/23 9:57  Updated: 2004/10/23 9:57
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From: Wollongong, NSW
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 Re: Dyno Graph
well done nathan. what injectors are you running ?

it may sound like the turbo is running out puff if it is losing boost pressure high in the rev range.

must be one hell of a ride in a ute. cant wait to have mine finished or even start it.

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YAJOKN
Posted: 2004/10/23 10:20  Updated: 2004/10/23 10:20
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 Re: Dyno Graph
The injectors are 13bt injectors. And nah I dont have a torque read out.. It is a very fun ride in a ute, when it hooks up and doesn't spin.....

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matty
Posted: 2004/10/24 1:20  Updated: 2004/10/24 1:20
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 Re: Dyno Graph
Good power Nathan! What spec T28 are you running?
Regards Matty

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YAJOKN
Posted: 2004/10/24 6:45  Updated: 2004/10/24 6:45
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From: Somewhere in OZ...
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 Re: Dyno Graph
It's the same as the one off the S15. I think the specs are;
0.60 A/R compressor, 0.64 A/R turbine

It's quoted that these turbo's are good for 260kw.... Lets try and see

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731200
Posted: 2004/11/5 8:18  Updated: 2004/11/5 8:18
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 Re: Dyno Graph
F**kn oath go the 260 and fry those tyres down my street...lol

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dattodude
Posted: 2004/10/22 22:05  Updated: 2004/10/22 22:05
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 Re: Dyno Graph
Thanks for posting the graph.

It certainly does look nice and smooth.
Mine will (most likely) not look nice and smooth

As Andrew says, the extra 20kW will probably only mean higher fuel and tyre costs

160kW+ in a 1200/1600 is nice nice nice.

It'll be good to catch up on the cruise.

Go the Datto!!

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YAJOKN
Posted: 2004/10/23 2:54  Updated: 2004/10/23 2:54
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 Re: Dyno Graph
Thanks for the positive feedback. With the whole power thing I think it's just an ego thing... I am running eBoost which has three stages, so I can have different boost settings. I guess I just wanted to be able to tell "some" people I had more power.. I'll pack my ego up and be happy... Yeah Dattodude it'll be good to catch up and talk. I think I could learn a few things from you guys...

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kegs
Posted: 2004/10/22 15:32  Updated: 2004/10/22 15:32
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From: campbelltown (sydney) australia
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 Re: Dyno Graph
nice !!! do u think u really need more than 200kw????
jem is a very good place, my mate had a 4age into sprinter conversion done and has had some other work done, he sold the sprinter that jem did the cnversion on,to adam at jem and he is now turning it into a drift car !!!

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YAJOKN
Posted: 2004/10/22 15:09  Updated: 2004/10/22 15:09
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 Re: Dyno Graph
Well I got a Haltech E6X installed yesterday. Everything was going well until I found out the stock wastegate on the turbo wouldn't hold over 17psi. We did this run on 20psi and had intension of boosting to about 25 psi but.... As you can see it hits 20psi at 4000rpm and by the time it reaches max power, boost dropped to 17psi. Now I originally had plans to crack 200kw which unfortunately went astray but with the overall tune and the way things run now I couldn't be happier. I am now working on an external gate to hold things shut a bit longer as I really am keen to break 200kw. Not much use really when you think about it. At 178.8kw, rolling start in second and accelerate it breaks traction at the end of second and most of third so I can't really even use all of this at the moment. I'm still extremely happy with the drive of the ute now and have Adam at JEM (Just Engine Management 9600 6567) to thank for all this.

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ca18det_man
Posted: 2004/10/22 21:06  Updated: 2004/10/22 21:06
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From: Mudgee NSW Australia
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 Re: Dyno Graph
Yajokn
looking at dyno graph it looks like a very smooth & usable power graph. My guess is the turbo would be close to maximum flow. In a 1200 ute I can imagine how much fun it would be to drive. In my opinion going for the extra 20kw will be bit of a waste as you wont really be able to use it as wheelspin wil become more of a problem.
A freind of mine has just made 260 rwkw in his Ca18 has cams big turbo ect no power under 5000 rpm :( a bit of a dog to drive untill on boost !!! my 1200 is just as quick with 190rwkw making power from 3500!!!! its not just max power that makes a fast car its where it makes the power.
Cheers Andrew