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    Thread: Revo Big Turbo Dyno Numbers

    1. Member nebulight's Avatar
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      05-22-2004 04:39 PM #1
      Well, I finally got around to getting dynoed with the revo big turbo app revision 2, and I'm pretty happy with my numbers, but I think I'm hitting a wall with the turbine housing that I have. Anyway:

      Also, on a side note, if you have a big turbo and you haven't bypassed the N249, DO IT!!! I was having issues holding boost til redline, it would drop off to 19psi, so I switched the vac lines from the MBC and BOV, and ran the BOV from the IC pipe right after the turbo, and the MBC threw the intake mani port with the N249 hooked up. Not only does the boost hold, but it now doesn't shutter/surge like it did before when trying to boost at a lower RPM.


      Oh yea, my sps3 settings were high boost 9 and timing 9 (I might have pulled timing a bit, and maybe could have made more power at a lower setting, but meh)


      Modified by nebulight at 4:44 PM 5-22-2004


    2. 05-22-2004 04:54 PM #2
      Your dyno looks kinda rough?

      nice numbers tho


    3. 05-22-2004 04:56 PM #3
      COmpressor surge?

    4. 05-22-2004 05:02 PM #4
      340whp and 320wtq when the thing is smoothed out ... very nice!

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      05-22-2004 05:16 PM #5
      Quote, originally posted by jazzgtivr6 »
      Your dyno looks kinda rough?

      nice numbers tho

      Smoothing factor is set to zero in the upper right corner. Nice job Matt.


    6. 05-22-2004 05:20 PM #6
      Quote, originally posted by VDUBNDizzy »

      Smoothing factor is set to zero in the upper right corner. Nice job Matt.

      How much smoothing is normal?


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      05-22-2004 05:25 PM #7
      On a DynoJet, I think it goes from 0-5. My local dyno leaves in on 3.

    8. 05-22-2004 05:26 PM #8
      Sweet numbers man. I can't wait to put mine back on the road.

    9. 05-22-2004 06:15 PM #9
      Your mods again?

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      05-22-2004 06:36 PM #10
      Quote, originally posted by Sleeper GM »
      Your mods again?

      your kidding right?


      anyways, nice numbers... how m uch boost?


    11. 05-22-2004 07:15 PM #11
      Quote, originally posted by 1.8T3t04e »

      your kidding right?


      anyways, nice numbers... how m uch boost?

      Wow what chip made that mad powa? These KO3s are awsome.

      Great power Matt, if I missed it Im sorry, was that 100 octane?


    12. 05-22-2004 08:06 PM #12
      Your mods again?


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      05-23-2004 12:34 AM #13
      My mods are in my profile, just click on my user name and you will see them. I was running 24psi with 4 gallons of 93 octane and 1.7 gallons of 115. (I'm poor, and had to borrow 10 bucks from a friend to get some race gas, and that was all I could afford at 5.80 a gallon). And if you turn smoothing all the way on, it's like 352whp, but why would you do that, smoothing is just for looks.

    14. 05-23-2004 12:57 AM #14
      Wow Those are some great numbers. Have you had it on the 1/4? BTW...sXe too

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      05-23-2004 01:18 AM #15
      Quote, originally posted by 602crew »
      Wow Those are some great numbers. Have you had it on the 1/4? BTW...sXe too

      yea, 13.1@110, not that good of a driver (I wasn't even driving for that run)) and that was lower boost and less timing.


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