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Just got my type s stock motor dyno tuned mods:
Injen CAI
skunk 2 74mm throttle body
Skunk 2 intake manifold
Custom header
3” exhaust with vibrant muffler


results below. Good numbers?
180.654 lb/ft
245.727 Hp
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depending on the design of the exhaust manifold id say the numbers are pretty much as expected. although there are some serious dips in power, tuners would normally try to reach a line as flat as possible.
 

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depending on the design of the exhaust manifold id say the numbers are pretty much as expected. although there are some serious dips in power, tuners would normally try to reach a line as flat as possible.
So far car is running great. A little new to modifying my car and getting it tuned. Is this okay to drive or should I go back to point out what you said
 

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So far car is running great. A little new to modifying my car and getting it tuned. Is this okay to drive or should I go back to point out what you said
Why wouldn’t it be ok to drive? As long as you’re not running lean, there should be nothing wrong.
 

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So far car is running great. A little new to modifying my car and getting it tuned. Is this okay to drive or should I go back to point out what you said
You shouldnt have any problems driving it, did you have it tuned or did you only have it dynoed?
 

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That’s a REALLY happy dyno if that’s to the wheels. 180wtq is pretty wild for a stock 2.0L.


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Yeah I know! The tuner said it was a very healthy motor. Only thing bothering me now is my gas mileage is terrible.
 

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Not to piss on your parade, but i highly doubt those numbers are remotely accurate on stock injectors, poor mpgs, and a sporadic dyno graph. Where did you get tuned?


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Not to piss on your parade, but i highly doubt those numbers are remotely accurate on stock injectors, poor mpgs, and a sporadic dyno graph. Where did you get tuned?


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Ericks racing in Baldwin park and yeah kinda new to this but cars runs a lot better and faster so if numbers aren’t accurate all good still super fun to drive
 

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It’s very well known dynapack output more than dynojets. Less rotating mass when he dynapack connects straight to the hub.
 

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It’s very well known dynapack output more than dynojets. Less rotating mass when he dynapack connects straight to the hub.
I’ve been tuned twice on a dynapack on two different k20s. Neither was this high, and they both had rdx injectors


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Depends on your inlet temp, ambient temp, altitude, humidity and other things too.

At the end of the day numbers are just numbers. Test it on the track to find out if the numbers are accurate.
 

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Depends on your inlet temp, ambient temp, altitude, humidity and other things too.

At the end of the day numbers are just numbers. Test it on the track to find out if the numbers are accurate.
yeah! for me I’m not really after high numbers just going for a fun car to drive around
 
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