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    Thread: Official 337/20AE/GLI Dyno Sheet Thread

    1. Moderator Flyin18T's Avatar
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      05-06-2005 12:54 PM #36
      Quote, originally posted by Frank aka Rick »
      ok fine I'll contribute instead of naysaying

      You're a good man Charlie Brown. That's some nice torque you got there. Sweet setup.

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      05-06-2005 02:13 PM #37
      Quote, originally posted by 2004GLI »
      for those who cant see it says 197.7whp and unfortunately they couldnt find a solid place to tap the torque sensor so no accurate torque measure

      Huh?

      All dyno's only measure Torque. Horespower is a mathmatical conversion from torque.

      Oh and my runs;




      Modified by grizzlyone at 2:15 PM 5-6-2005


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      05-07-2005 07:53 PM #38
      Thread is too young to die......BUMP. I'm enjoying all the info from this thread anyway.
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      05-07-2005 08:38 PM #39
      Heres the latest dyno I had. I was running half a tank of 116 octane mixed with half of 93, but instead of running the 100 octane program, i accidentally switched to 91 octane. Then numbers were still pretty good.

      Stock K03s
      EVOMS FMIC
      EVO DV
      N75J
      APR-91
      Samco Inlet
      Carbino CAI
      GHL 2.5" turbo back

      This was run #3 and the engine only got stronger with each pull. Intake air temps stayed around 30 degrees above outside air temps. Pull was made in 4th gear on the same dyno as the charts I posted earlier in the thread. Also, i was tweaking boost and timing with Vtune and the engine seemed to respond very well to it.

      K04-020 going on as soon as i get the rest of the parts, ill post charts whenever i finally get it done.


      Modified by gtivrsix at 2:00 PM 5-28-2005


    5. 05-08-2005 08:32 AM #40
      my runs were done in 4th gear for reference.....
      Am I OG status yet? Close to 40 years old and still driving a slammed and Boosted 'Dub...cool or sad?

    6. 05-08-2005 09:12 AM #41
      id like to see what a samco TIH and intake spacer would do.

    7. 05-08-2005 01:38 PM #42
      MAke this a sticky!

    8. 05-08-2005 02:21 PM #43
      Quote, originally posted by Jesse’Z JeT »
      id like to see what a samco TIH and intake spacer would do.

      Jesse what is the intake spacer? I can't recall what part you mean by this?


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      05-08-2005 03:09 PM #44
      I think hes talking about the evo-heatshield or the newsouth powergasket.

      I Just installed the rest of the samco boost hoses and i have the evo-heatshield out in the garage, i will hopefully be able to post some numbers when i get around to installing it.


    10. 05-08-2005 03:20 PM #45
      Quote, originally posted by gtivrsix »
      I think hes talking about the evo-heatshield or the newsouth powergasket.

      I Just installed the rest of the samco boost hoses and i have the evo-heatshield out in the garage, i will hopefully be able to post some numbers when i get around to installing it.

      yes i guess i am a old school muscle car guy....we call em heat spacers but i guess for the vw it is pretty thin so it would be just a shield......i run a 1" on my mustang......

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      05-09-2005 12:15 PM #46
      Quote, originally posted by Jesse’Z JeT »
      yes i guess i am a old school muscle car guy....we call em heat spacers but i guess for the vw it is pretty thin so it would be just a shield......i run a 1" on my mustang......

      how old school???? what are you "used to" working on?? small-block V8's??

      is this your 1st dub??

      what do you think??

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      05-09-2005 04:07 PM #47
      Request: Dyno of downpipe w/ dump tube. (full open) Hopefully with a before/after comparison.
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    13. 05-09-2005 05:17 PM #48
      This was an awesome thread Idea.

    14. 05-10-2005 04:00 AM #49
      this is by far, the most interesting thread ive seen in a while

    15. 05-10-2005 01:38 PM #50
      Here is my latest run compared to my best run on GIAC v12.
      mods were:
      GHL CAI (may soon be replaced my modded airbox)
      4BAR FPR
      EIP Dogbone
      2.5" Techtonics TB
      Samco TIH
      N75J
      Forge 007p
      GIAC X+


      Here is a cross comparison of a stock run that I did on my previous 02 Jetta. The stock run on the GLI was practically the same thing, I just can't seem to find the sheet to scan

      Mods were:
      GHL CAI4BAR FPR
      EIP Dogbone
      2.5" APR DP with custom catback
      N75J
      Forge 007p
      GIAC v12



      Modified by Curl at 1:41 PM 5-10-2005


      Modified by Curl at 1:45 PM 5-10-2005


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      05-10-2005 02:34 PM #51
      looking good. You can already start comparing the differences between chips and other mods.

      keep em coming guys


    17. 05-10-2005 04:41 PM #52
      Comparission is between a stock exhaust w/ K&N CAI Intake and 2.5" MagnaFlow Exhaust and K&N Intake.

      I have a N75 and soon REVO Software, but not on this dyno.

      The only mods to the car are:
      K&N Cold Air Intake
      2.5" MagnaFlow Prototype Exhaust (No Resonator, Single Muffler)

      Heres the Dyno Chart:


    18. 05-10-2005 04:46 PM #53
      Quote, originally posted by wig-out-at-denkos »
      Comparission is between a stock exhaust w/ K&N CAI Intake and 2.5" MagnaFlow Exhaust and K&N Intake.

      I have a N75 and soon REVO Software, but not on this dyno.

      The only mods to the car are:
      K&N Cold Air Intake
      2.5" MagnaFlow Prototype Exhaust (No Resonator, Single Muffler)

      full 2.5 turboback or just cat-back?


    19. 05-10-2005 04:50 PM #54
      sorry, just cat-back. stock downpipe, TIP, IC and everything else.

      The only mods that this car are CAI and the Exhaust.


    20. 05-10-2005 04:53 PM #55
      Quote, originally posted by Curl »
      ...

      Here is a cross comparison of a stock run that I did on my previous 02 Jetta. The stock run on the GLI was practically the same thing, I just can't seem to find the sheet to scan

      Mods were:
      GHL CAI4BAR FPR
      EIP Dogbone
      2.5" APR DP with custom catback
      N75J
      Forge 007p
      GIAC v12

      ...

      That stock run is quite impressive.


    21. 05-10-2005 05:01 PM #56
      I meant to say stock as in no software. It did have a K&N drop-in and a Forge 007p, but thats it

    22. 05-11-2005 11:38 AM #57
      That's even more interesting. I say that because of the running debate on whether a K&N filter adds HP and/or torque. Did you do both mods at the same time? I'm curious to know which one gives the most addition....

      Either way, it is still very impressive to have those numbers with the mods you did have.

      -C


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      05-11-2005 11:13 PM #58
      here is mine, with revo and Carbonio CIA and forge 007!!

    24. 05-11-2005 11:46 PM #59
      Quote, originally posted by wolfs1eightns »
      here is mine, with revo and Carbonio CIA and forge 007!!

      Im curious with yours is there any SAE corrections, because that seems way to high for a car with stock exhaust and DP.

      It doesnt seem at all in-line with any other 18t dyno ive ever seen


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      05-12-2005 10:29 AM #60
      I ran it stock at 160whp and last year my 03 W/E ran 180hp 230ft/lbs with the same mods, my buddy ran 300whp with his stage 3++ and that was the same dyno and right after mine and he was running 3gallons of 116 with half a tank of 91. and this was all done on the same dyno.

    26. 05-12-2005 11:37 AM #61
      Quote, originally posted by wolfs1eightns »
      I ran it stock at 160whp and last year my 03 W/E ran 180hp 230ft/lbs with the same mods, my buddy ran 300whp with his stage 3++ and that was the same dyno and right after mine and he was running 3gallons of 116 with half a tank of 91. and this was all done on the same dyno.

      im just asking wether or not the dyno operator was using SAE smoothing as there is no indication from your posted sheet.

      Seeing how your numbers are higher than nearly every chipped, intake exhaust and DP car is seen.


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      05-12-2005 11:45 AM #62
      im not too sure if he was using that or not ill give him a ring and find out.

    28. 05-15-2005 03:40 PM #63
      All I know is that I dynoed my 05 GLI a few weeks ago. Bone stock it ran 135whp. Stupid printer was not working so I didn't get a print out. Anyways, is this on par with what it should run stock.

    29. 05-15-2005 06:02 PM #64
      thats seems about 20-30 HP short of most bone stock gli's

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      05-16-2005 01:40 AM #65
      yea, that seems really really low. Check my earlier posts in this thread for my stock and chipped dyno. It is about the average of what your car should be pushing to the wheels when bone stock.

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      05-19-2005 09:49 PM #66

      5 runs in a row. First two wouldn't read.

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    32. 05-23-2005 12:54 AM #67
      apr seems to be weak in torque
      thus far from comparison it's giac X or REVO

      post more dyno's so that the the best chip can be found, GIAC or REVO


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      05-23-2005 01:12 AM #68
      your missing the point of the thread. Its not a "whats the best chip" or "who has the most power" thread. The purpose is to research before and after effects of certain mods. Since each dyno and weather condition will be slightly different, there will be variations in peak power. What we are trying to see is torque curves, A/F rates and horsepower curves and the changes certain mods make.

      If you want a "best chip" thread, use the search, there are a million different polls and threads discussing it.

      Thanks


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      05-26-2005 08:01 PM #70
      Run 01 was stock with and autotech intake.

      Run 04 was Revo (boost - 9; timing - 3) and autotech intake.

      Difference in hp - 22

      Difference in tq - 50

      Dyno was done at tuning technologies


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