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

    1. Member gtivrsix's Avatar
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      05-05-2005 06:03 PM #26
      Instead of being negetive, why not support the thread. Half this thread is useful information, the rest is cluttered with worries of how people will use the info. My opinon... WHO CARES how they use it. The info is useful to anyone trying to build a purpose built car. If someone is looking to gain more topend power and torque, they can browse the charts and get an idea of what needs to be done to achieve it. The numbers are a guideline. Even when the cars are brand new, there is a descrepency in the numbers of identical cars. This is not a thread about "who dyno'ed more" or why dont i get that from mine. Sure it would be useful in the 1.8t forum, but not all 1.8ts have the O2M 6speed, which will change the numbers slightly on the dyno. Same with the brakes and wheels that came stock, we had alot more drivetrain loss than a stock 1.8t golf or jetta.
      I think the thread is a good idea and plan on posting more charts as I get them.
      Something else to add when posting: what gear was the pull made in?

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      05-05-2005 10:50 PM #27
      Love to see some dyno sheets before/after FMIC install.
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    3. 05-05-2005 10:54 PM #28

      heres my dyno sheet of X+ , N75j and CAI ...god I love GIAC

    4. 05-05-2005 10:56 PM #29
      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

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      05-05-2005 11:37 PM #30
      thats a very flat powerband, very impressive.

    6. 05-06-2005 09:04 AM #31
      I don't know what it feels like in the car, but from the dyno it looks like you've got some surging going on. Would a better DV fix that? Maybe the dyno is just making it look worse than it is.

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      05-06-2005 10:28 AM #32
      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

      Should be "on to business". Personally I put all of that "non-dyno" dribble in so that people could read it, and be somewhat informed. Now that I agree, it's been beat dead...
      SHOW US YOUR DYNOS
      Also, I know for most people, they're as big as they are, so I like what you did, and posted the actual #'s, cuz I couldn't read it for S#!t!!!! If you're #'s are too small to read, try to do the same!
      (It is also a coincidence I'm a REAL doctor. Dr Hank McCoy is Beast from X-men. Who is Nog Blue, like my old S4 )

    8. 05-06-2005 10:46 AM #33
      ok fine I'll contribute instead of naysaying


      Mods are as follows:
      GIAC v.11 93 oct
      3" GHL turboback
      ECS pullies
      Samco TIP
      Samco hoses
      Greddy Profec II spec B set to 17.5 psi
      EVOMs fmic
      EVOMs cai
      custom 8 gauge grounding wires
      As you can see GIAC v.11 was causing my throttle body to shut down around 5500 rpm. I just switched over to REVO so I plan on dynoing again just to see the difference. The car runs a crap load smoother now, and feels alot stronger up top too.

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      05-06-2005 11:00 AM #34
      Quote, originally posted by Frank aka Rick »
      ok fine I'll contribute instead of naysaying

      Runnin' a lil "lean" ain'tcha partner??? Most people I know w/ GIAC run "lean".
      (It is also a coincidence I'm a REAL doctor. Dr Hank McCoy is Beast from X-men. Who is Nog Blue, like my old S4 )

    10. 05-06-2005 11:35 AM #35
      yeah I blame the programming, I had way too many issues with it. Actually if you look at alot of chipped ecu's they have similar a/f ratios...lean down low, and rich as hell up top. thus why going revo was a good choice for me. plus big turbo is only around the corner...


      Modified by Frank aka Rick at 8:36 AM 5-6-2005

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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. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
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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

    15. 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?

    16. 05-08-2005 09:12 AM #41
      id like to see what a samco TIH and intake spacer would do.

    17. 05-08-2005 01:38 PM #42
      MAke this a sticky! [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    18. 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.

    20. 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??
      (It is also a coincidence I'm a REAL doctor. Dr Hank McCoy is Beast from X-men. Who is Nog Blue, like my old S4 )

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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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    23. 05-09-2005 05:17 PM #48
      This was an awesome thread Idea. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

    24. 05-10-2005 04:00 AM #49
      this is by far, the most interesting thread ive seen in a while

    25. 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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