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    Thread: Couple of .:Rs on the dyno.

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      05-06-2012 10:00 PM #1
      We had a dyno day and there were two .:Rs. Both were more or less stock. One posted 203hp and the other 198hp. I miss my .:R when I meet up with those guys. My S4 put down 361hp on the Mustang Dyno.










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      05-06-2012 10:31 PM #2
      Man I bet your car is fun. What do you have done to it? 6 speed?

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      05-06-2012 10:37 PM #3
      Yeah, it is fun. I have a Revo tune with AWE exhaust and intake. It is a 6spd. I do miss my .:R, but this beast helps me get over it. lol

      Here it is in action.
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      05-06-2012 10:53 PM #4
      My little brother was there with you guys for this. Makes me sad that I'm stuck overseas right now cause I would have been there in a heartbeat Which shop was this at and how often do you guys go there? I'd love to bring my R or my AMG to see what they'd put down and to check out your sweet S4

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      05-06-2012 10:58 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by s4rduck View Post
      My little brother was there with you guys for this. Makes me sad that I'm stuck overseas right now cause I would have been there in a heartbeat Which shop was this at and how often do you guys go there? I'd love to bring my R or my AMG to see what they'd put down and to check out your sweet S4
      We were at Performance Race Solutions in Sanford. This was the first Dyno Day for our group (http://www.theeuroalliance.com/). We will probably do it again. There was a guy getting an E55 AMG worked on at the shop when we were there, but he did not dyno it. That thing is sick.
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      05-06-2012 11:07 PM #6
      Cool thanks for the info. I'll try to make it out to something when I am back in town in July. I live in Longwood. I haven't heard of that shop before, but I'm looking for a good indy shop to take my cars to so I'll definitely check it out. I love my AMG but man those 55 Kompressor motors are on a whole different level... they're pretty insane! Wish he would have put his E55 on the dyno.

    7. 05-06-2012 11:55 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by gringoloco2000 View Post
      We had a dyno day and there were two .:Rs. Both were more or less stock. One posted 203hp and the other 198hp. I miss my .:R when I meet up with those guys. My S4 put down 361hp on the Mustang Dyno.
      how stock are u ? Flapper only? 203 bhp @ 23% drivetrain loss = 263 hp at the crank. Well above the 240 hp rating.

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      05-07-2012 06:57 AM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by mapleleaf979 View Post
      how stock are u ? Flapper only? 203 bhp @ 23% drivetrain loss = 263 hp at the crank. Well above the 240 hp rating.
      Well, I'm pretty sure it's already been determined that the U.S. spec Rs were actually more like 250hp at the crank due to the diameter of the throttle body being larger than the Euro specs. The one time we got something a little more powerful than the Euros did. ;-)

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      05-07-2012 11:50 AM #9
      The car does not have 23% drivetrain loss..


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      05-07-2012 12:25 PM #10
      PRS is also the shop I use....

      My son works at Aristocrat where Mike brings his Touraeg - dieselWe dynoed the 2010 GTI there before and after APR stg 1.....
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    11. 05-07-2012 01:42 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by PowerDubs View Post
      The car does not have 23% drivetrain loss..


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      What would u think the loss is on the mustang dyno? I referenced the 23% from Ian's dyno day summary. although im unsure of the type of dyno that was used.

    12. 05-07-2012 02:07 PM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by choppeR32 View Post
      Well, I'm pretty sure it's already been determined that the U.S. spec Rs were actually more like 250hp at the crank due to the diameter of the throttle body being larger than the Euro specs. The one time we got something a little more powerful than the Euros did. ;-)
      The only difference with the power between all the R32's be it MK4 and MK5 is the engine tune. The throttle body is not a bottle neck or holding back power. The 6463 update brings the MK4 to the same power output as the later MK5.
      MK4 R36 x Precision 6776 Turbo = Large Grin

    13. 05-07-2012 02:18 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by Slapbladder View Post
      The only difference with the power between all the R32's be it MK4 and MK5 is the engine tune. The throttle body is not a bottle neck or holding back power. The 6463 update brings the MK4 to the same power output as the later MK5.
      Not correct. US-spec R32's MAF is larger diameter (3" ID versus 2.75") and airbox is different than the EURO spec. Best evidence suggests that US-spec R32's engine and intake are virtually identical to Audi TT3.2 (ala.. 250hp instead of rated 240hp) and the 250hp rating is still modest.

    14. 05-07-2012 02:28 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by mapleleaf979 View Post
      Not correct. US-spec R32's MAF is larger diameter (3" ID versus 2.75") and airbox is different than the EURO spec. Best evidence suggests that US-spec R32's engine and intake are virtually identical to Audi TT3.2 (ala.. 250hp instead of rated 240hp) and the 250hp rating is still modest.
      A euro spec R32 will make the same HP as a MK5 R32 with the update they should have come with. Adding the larger MAF does nothing to an N/A R32. The difference in the cars in power is the software nothing more.
      MK4 R36 x Precision 6776 Turbo = Large Grin

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      05-07-2012 05:50 PM #15
      Quote Originally Posted by gringoloco2000 View Post
      Yeah, it is fun. I have a Revo tune with AWE exhaust and intake. It is a 6spd. I do miss my .:R, but this beast helps me get over it. lol

      Here it is in action.
      OP - nice post here. I think those are good #'s for pretty much stock R's.

      And thx for the info on the S. My wife and I decided to keep the ours after the lease is up. So I've been keeping tabs on what upgrades guys are liking and what type of gains they really make. Looks like yours rips pretty good now. Might be time for a smaller pulley next?



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      05-07-2012 07:44 PM #16
      The US intake snorkel on the airbox is virtually identical to the VW 1.8 motor, tiny.

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