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      03-09-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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1M from Moscow

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We must break in a program to remove the logs. Later I will make dyno.

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      03-09-2012, 02:55 PM   #2
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Hello Alexey, dobredyin ! Nice Baby-M, and superb sound from the Supersprint exhaust. Together with the intercooler and the ECU, you must have good numbers... I hope you've got good winter tires, too. ;-)
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Hello Alexey, dobredyin ! Nice Baby-M, and superb sound from the Supersprint exhaust. Together with the intercooler and the ECU, you must have good numbers... I hope you've got good winter tires, too. ;-)
Thanks. In winter tires, I could not ride, took off after two days of use. I leave when the dry, in the summer tires no problem. PS2 the best
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      04-21-2012, 04:59 AM   #5
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dyno 430 Hp / 613 Nm


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Real nice numbers, I would call it a stage 2+ ...
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That's freaking expensive exhaust
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dyno 430 Hp / 613 Nm

These are reverse engineered to read at the crank I assume, or are they WHP?

Looking at your dyno video, I have to say I've not seen a car strapped so close to the front of the roller (the front tires almost looked like they were about to touch the concrete), usually the car needs to be on the very top of the drums. I have actually experimented (an my AWD car) moving the drums and running different pulls, observed some difference depending on where the tires were relative to the drum. May be less of a factor on a RWD car.

Also, the operator seemed to be hitting the rev limiter for a bit before he let go, especially if you had it raised as part of the tune, I personally wouldn't be quite happy about that.
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These are reverse engineered to read at the crank I assume, or are they WHP?

Looking at your dyno video, I have to say I've not seen a car strapped so close to the front of the roller (the front tires almost looked like they were about to touch the concrete), usually the car needs to be on the very top of the drums. I have actually experimented (an my AWD car) moving the drums and running different pulls, observed some difference depending on where the tires were relative to the drum. May be less of a factor on a RWD car.

Also, the operator seemed to be hitting the rev limiter for a bit before he let go, especially if you had it raised as part of the tune, I personally wouldn't be quite happy about that.
I am no expert in this. I can only say that on the same bench result stock was 337hp.
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Numbers given should be understood as 'engine power' or 'crank numbers'. Like in most case, power is initially measured at the wheels and then during deceleration drivetrain loss is measured. The given crank power is simply the addition of WHP + drive loss ...
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