Dyno Report & Reciepts (My Skyline)

Discussion in 'Parts Information' started by Codename.47, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Codename.47

    Codename.47 Guest

    So My friend had it all these papers and I asked him to give it to me :D enough cuz car belongs to me

    and I have scanned that for you all to see.

    there you got

    ECU and some parts - 2700 Dollars Au
    and Dyno Report
     

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  2. gagan_singh

    gagan_singh Super Moderator

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    thats some nice power u got there. and the power curve is pretty smooth too. i bought a AEM tru boost electronic boost controller, once i get that in i want to run 14psi (right now at 12psi). i should be making around the same hp as u, and a bit more torque than u. :)
     
  3. Codename.47

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    awesome man !!

    I want electronic one too but i guess too hard to put all parts together with sync since too much after market stuff.

    mine is runnin 14 psi already am not gona tune it any further
     
  4. Dhhawal

    Dhhawal New Member

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    there is no need to, if your afr's are in the right range, you really don't need to tune it further...thats a nice smooth curve, slight dip after 6500rpm, awesome....whats the deal with that tax invoice?...seems expensive
     
  5. Codename.47

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    thanks bhai
    am not gona tune more ! its more
    am thinking to drop theboost to 10 from 14

    Tax invoice that guy gave me.. it says
    Haltech Ecu
    Coilpacks
    NGK spark plugs
    Dyno tuning etc etc all together 2700 dollars paid in august last year
     
  6. gagan_singh

    gagan_singh Super Moderator

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    just dyno tuning here costed me around $500 and another 250 for the nistune board. its expensive but worth every Pennie :p
     
  7. Dhhawal

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    dyno tuning is even more expensive here...
     
  8. Codename.47

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    really ?

    thats not bad gagan

    but bhai india mei how much ?
     
  9. Dhhawal

    Dhhawal New Member

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    they ask for anything between 6k and 10k...three to four hours of dyno time
     
  10. Codename.47

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    do they replace parts too from their store ? to make it better curve ?
     
  11. Dhhawal

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    nope...only tuning..
     
  12. Codename.47

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    then its no difference
    same as here

    you gona do tht to ur honda?
     
  13. Dhhawal

    Dhhawal New Member

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    when a dyno find its way nearby, sure i will, dyno's may not represent true power figures in the real world, but you can notice improvements, and adjust, ignition and fuel maps accordingly...
     
  14. Codename.47

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    oh yeah u have to be smart
    are u goin to plug ur laptop into haltech ?
     
  15. Dhhawal

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    of course, i have plugged in my laptop to the haltech....only to see what kinda of trigger setup i had, and what kind of ignition advance i was running...
     
  16. Codename.47

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    do you know the settings and stuff do share with us the screen dumps of the values :)
     
  17. Dhhawal

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    well every car is different and every setup is different, and tuners also have signature styles of tuning which is evident in the progression of values on the fuel tables and timing tables, however you can go onto the haltech site and download the ecu manager(Haltech – Engine Management Systems » ECU Software & Firmware), after installing that, when you connect the ecu to your computer, it will autoload the settings of the ecu onto your computer and you can adjust the settings realtime, however i would not recommend you to do this without the aide of a wideband installed to be on the safer side, and also read this guide(Haltech – Engine Management Systems » ECU Software & Firmware), do not misinterpret anything, even the smallest mistake can end you up in a serious problem, don't touch anything you don't understand...read read and read some more, thats the only way...although that guide is for the platinum sport series, the tuning basics are universal
     
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  18. Codename.47

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    oh okay thanks bhai .. i will download but am not gona make any chnages
     

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