whp=186 torq=225 um so far i have APR Chip, Carbonio intake, hks bov w/ recirc
Ditto. I appreciate the information in this thread as I'm now starting to do all of the basic 1.8T performance mods.
I don't appreciate all of the BS that's cluttering this post. I'm trying to to get an idea of what these basic 1.8T performance upgrades are going to get me, but now I have to read through someone elses stupid complaints. Can we stick the topic of this post? I really need to get these comparisons and make EDUCATED decisions on what I want to do with my 20AE.
lol, if you base your "education" on the vortex alone, then I fear for your car
an educated decision would be do you want the car to be faster? now do you want to make it faster with more boost, or simple bolt ons like downpipe and exhaust? Or perhaps both?
As for what chip... There just isn't a magic chip out there. It's great to pretend that electronics have some hidden untapped power we can hack into and get for free but it's not gonna happen.
APR, revo, giac. Those are your options, choose one you like the name of =/
2006 Lotus Elise
2009 370z - Stillen CAI, Fast Intention CBE / LTHs, os giken LSD, Cobb AP
1986 944 Turbo - T4 .50 trim @ 23 psi | 2006 GTI - APR K04 sold
2002 A4 3.0Q
Here what I got from the dyno yesterday on a Mustang dyno:
202.3hp - 232.7tq
I'm pretty happy with the results.
Here are the mods I have:
Revo 4bar w/ SPS3(HB4, T5)
Forge 007 DV
Milltek 2.5" TB
NGK Iridium 1 degree colder plugs(BKR7EIX Iridiums)
Home made grounding kit.
here is a link to a DV test done by ESE. They used my car for the test. I'm not sure how to link the pics.
and here is the chart for my car.
I also have a samco TIP and GHL pancake pipe. I was very dissappointed in the numbers. I have an APR chip and should have been in 93 mode. I wasn't there. They were babysitting my car while I was on suspension.
I think I'll plug that ESE in Pittsburgh just got an AWD Mustang Dyno too.
Again, I apologize for posting links and not pics. I'll talk to those guys and make sure its okay to post pics.
here is my sheet from this past sunday....
APR DPP stock and 93
Forge 007 dv
first run was in stock mode
second run was chipped with no cool down
third was after a little cool down with the hood open and big ass fan blowing on the motor.
happy with the tq gain, but puzzled with the HP gain?
Both pulls were in 4th gear.
APR DPP Stock: 169.6hp/169.2ft-lbs
APR DPP 93: 198.0hp/220.8ft-lbs
APR 2.5" DP
Both pulls were in 4th gear.
APR DPP 93
1st Run: 210.2hp/229.4ft-lbs
2nd Run: 208.27hp/226.58ft-lbs
Samco/Forge TIP & 5 pc Kit
GHL 3" TB
Modified by Regnu 337 at 5:18 PM 8-22-2005
this is my 2005 GLI 3inch DP into stock 2 1/4, QTP electronic dump going on tonight!!!!! mods are revo 3 bar, LB-9 T-3 on **** gas!!!
What gears did you guys all pull in, I used third for both of mine. and also just like to point out that alot of the 200whp guys are showing the actual HP which is not SAE!!!!
I think that people should post the #'s they got, along with the picture because some of the images are dead already.
here is mine btw, stock except for CAI:
kinda hard to see, hp was 161.9, torque was 181.9. the purple line is the afr [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
Before I read another one of these dynos I think we all need to look at the Smoothing factor on some of these and the altitude. From what I gather the ones running highest overall numbers are the ones nearest the sea and the other factor is the smoothing. The smoothing set at 0 lets you get a higher HP and TQ number and most people don't use it unless they want to show that they are dyno queens.
I'm specifically putting my car on the same dyno (Mustang dyno @ Streetwerke) after every mod. I don't have the dyno sheets scanned yet, but here is what I have on an '05 GLI:
Stock best run: 158
3" TB Thermal Research no cat best run: 167
I will say that the runs were not that consistent with the exhaust. Definately not as consistent as stock. The boost was not quite as stable either. A/F & boost was measure on each run.
Will put up dyno sheets when I get back from the east coast...