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    Thread: Revo Stage 1 Dyno Numbers

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      03-01-2011 08:12 PM #1
      Got the graph now from the dynojet results yesterday. Decided to make a new thread for it as for easy searchability, but this goes with my initial first impressions writeup on Revo here:
      http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...s-and-data-log

      This was on the 2wd dynojet at performance autosport in richmond, va. SAE correction. Again, pretty happy with the results. This is a completely stock 2009 with the tsi CCTA motor and revo stage 1. Shell 93 in the tank.



      Stock torque curve is very impressive, if only we could keep that boost to redline and keep the same torque until almost 5500 like stock, would really push that HP number up too
      Last edited by jepva; 04-02-2011 at 09:32 AM.

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      03-04-2011 03:22 PM #2

      288 ft/lbs ...man I'm new to the 2.0T scene but damn, you'd think you could beef out a few extra ponies with tq numbers like that

      *****sorry just noticed this is a TSFI*******

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      04-02-2011 09:28 AM #3
      Stage 2 Numbers-

      First graph showing HP between stock, stage 1, and best stage 2 run. 256whp



      Second graph showing with torque. For some reason the sensor on the dyno kept messing up so some of the torque graph is inconsistent, but it made 309wtq on one and around 320wtq on the other.


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      04-03-2011 02:15 AM #4
      JESUS CHRIST!!! Ive had revo on my 1.8T and it did wonders, but the 2.0T with numbers like that makes me glad to be an owner of one. waiting to get Revo tuned myself for my 2.0T, great numbers man, thanks for the graph.
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      02-05-2013 09:35 PM #5
      I know this thread is old but I just found it browsing and man are those some good numbers

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      03-31-2013 08:59 AM #6
      Awesome numbers there


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    7. 04-02-2013 11:14 AM #7
      Here are two different graphs of two different cars on the same dyno. Obviously different days, different ambient conditions, mileage etc. Both have REVO software.

      The first Graph is a comparison Stock, chipped on the Dyno with REVO Stage1 Software, and then re run.

      The second graph is a different car comparing REVO Stage 1, installed a CAI on the dyno, and then re run.




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      02-20-2014 08:03 PM #8
      those are some pretty sweet numbers. I just installed my USP HF cat downpipe and got flashed to apr stage 2 and if my car even comes close to those numbers I'll be very pleased..
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    9. 02-20-2014 09:16 PM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by jepva View Post
      Stage 2 Numbers-

      First graph showing HP between stock, stage 1, and best stage 2 run. 256whp



      Second graph showing with torque. For some reason the sensor on the dyno kept messing up so some of the torque graph is inconsistent, but it made 309wtq on one and around 320wtq on the other.

      Horsepower curve look great on the runs comparing stock, Stage 1 & Stage 2. It is a little but misleading with the peak 256 numbers, the car dyno'd 207whp stock, which is ~>10whp more than the norm of 190-195whp on a Dynojet. Was there a downpipe and intake installed on the stock run? It'd make sense in that case.

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      02-20-2014 09:28 PM #10
      I don't have this car anymore but the stock / stage 1 run was completely stock..no hardware. Most TSI motors dyno 200-210whp stock. Heck the new gen EA888 in the 2014 GLO are coming in at 220whp stock

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    11. 02-20-2014 10:09 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by jepva View Post
      I don't have this car anymore but the stock / stage 1 run was completely stock..no hardware. Most TSI motors dyno 200-210whp stock. Heck the new gen EA888 in the 2014 GLO are coming in at 220whp stock

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      That's contrary to my findings when developing my software and dealing with various 2.0TSI vehicles but to each his own.

      Ignoring the peak numbers, the most accurate measuring stick is the delta from baseline to final results. The delta here is 49whp, which is respectable and in line with the industry average results

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