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Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby xnickx » Tue May 05, 2009 10:44 pm

OK thats good so they doing them in 5th gear too then.

Yeah that sounds about right, I made 125KW at the wheels which is just under 170HP at the wheels when stock with just a clutch kit

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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby Orido » Wed May 06, 2009 1:09 am

ok nick thanks....i will get back a greddy blue and do some work....thats true when i did that pull the car was in 3rd gear...so u mean to say i was doin less than 150whp :shock: :shock: LOL well yes haha
hmm i watched my friend do 174whp on the same dyno with his stock DC2 type R integra and i felt left out.....after all i left the honda camp to get a tezzie :D

i need some power to get back in the game..... :D
Its strange how the car is doin only 150 and it has some rediculous top end speed.....

ok cool get a lightened flywheel with the turbo set up?









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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby xnickx » Wed May 06, 2009 1:32 am

Keep in mind that FF cars don't lose as much power through the drive train as FR cars, the power/torque has to go all the way down the driveshaft, through the diff then onto our rear axles!

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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby Orido » Wed May 06, 2009 4:08 am

ok i will definately remember that from now on....if thats the case the a 1JZ putting out 280ps at the fly should be really putting out 200whp then... :roll:

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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby alimac » Wed May 06, 2009 8:51 am

Mine made 146 hp when it hit the speed cut in 5th on a Dynapak hub dyno, with a pod filter and axleback exhaust. Otherwise completely stock. I have picked up a Pivot speed meter which will supposedly remove the speed cut (according to a NZ Altezzaclub member that had one in his car), so once that is in I will look at going back to the dyno and see what she gets then.

The dip at 5k looks to me like a dirty MAF sensor, as that is exactly where mine developed a nasty flat spot when my MAF was dirty.
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Re: Stock Altezza Dyno Sheet?

Postby Orido » Wed May 06, 2009 11:19 am

ok thanks alimac.....i will try and clean the the MAF someone before messed up one of the screws on the maf so i will have to drill it out to take it off the intake....

146 cool..i was gettin like 148 before i threw in some octane boost and i raised to 151....
The next thing im goin to invest in is an engine management and an wide band and probably see if i can gain anything while i gather up some parts for the turbo project.....


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