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Gamite 06-04-2006 05:37 AM

Furious & SickFinga's Dyno Numbers
 
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Had a trip to the dyno last night..

Furious:
http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/atta...chmentid=60329


Sickfinga:
http://www.maxbimmer.com/forums/atta...chmentid=60330

SickFinga 06-04-2006 05:46 AM

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My AFR is all over the place, stupid RMS tuning.

SickFinga 06-04-2006 05:47 AM

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Mark's AFRs

skillton 06-04-2006 06:45 AM

Good numbers.
SickFinga I suggest you get a custom tune. Your AFRs aren't that bad, but they could use some fine tuning.
As for the other car, it's running a bit lean if it's a forced induction car. Some bad gas on a hot summer day and he can say goodbye to his rings/pistons. I hope the timing is somewhat conservative
BTW what's Furious' setup? I remember SickFinga had a supercharged 328(?)

SickFinga 06-04-2006 06:52 AM

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Originally Posted by skillton
Good numbers.
SickFinga I suggest you get a custom tune. Your AFRs aren't that bad, but they could use some fine tuning.
As for the other car, it's running a bit lean if it's a forced induction car. Some bad gas on a hot summer day and he can say goodbye to his rings/pistons. I hope the timing is somewhat conservative
BTW what's Furious' setup? I remember SickFinga had a supercharged 328(?)

Furious has 325i with 3.0l swap and AA Supercharger (8.5psi)
I got M3(3.2l) with RMS Stage II SC (11psi)

skillton 06-04-2006 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by SickFinga
Furious has 325i with 3.0l swap and AA Supercharger (8.5psi)
I got M3(3.2l) with RMS Stage II SC (11psi)

Oh ok. Is there any place locally that can dyno tune your ECU? If so you should invest in some good tuning. If my AFRs looked like that I wouldn't rest till they were perfect. I guess that's why I have standalone and a wideband hooked up 24/7 :confused:

SickFinga 06-04-2006 07:14 AM

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Originally Posted by skillton
Oh ok. Is there any place locally that can dyno tune your ECU? If so you should invest in some good tuning. If my AFRs looked like that I wouldn't rest till they were perfect. I guess that's why I have standalone and a wideband hooked up 24/7 :confused:

Emailed RMS with dyno graphs, I'll see what they'll say
Standalone is way over my head

skillton 06-04-2006 07:21 AM

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Originally Posted by SickFinga
Emailed RMS with dyno graphs, I'll see what they'll say
Standalone is way over my head

Hopefully they can burn you another chip, I know a few VW companies burn/re-burn chips based on Dyno charts/AFRs.
Standalone is fun to play with but it's $$$$ and can be a bitch on a car that is driven on a daily basis

Sickbimmer 06-04-2006 07:32 AM

Nice numbers Vlad. Is the car running better now? Where did you guys dyno at?

SickFinga 06-04-2006 07:44 AM

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Originally Posted by superM3
Nice numbers Vlad. Is the car running better now? Where did you guys dyno at?

Nah, car still runs the same, sputtering at 4k rpms and check engine is on.

We did it at Dyno Power Services
416-752-3966

Furious 06-04-2006 08:00 AM

thanks guys for posting the stuff up for me. apparently my a/f charts were ok, they figure because i have my cats on still that the numbers will be a bit richer on the engine side. and that also when the average summer weather hits i should rich out a bit more, however i will probably have to either go for another dyno come fall or buy that stupid wideband.

all in all im very happy with my numbers, im right where im suppose to be for this type of stage 1 kit

Sickbimmer 06-04-2006 08:20 AM

How much did the dyno cost you? Whould they be able to dyno the E46 as well?

MarkD 06-04-2006 08:30 AM

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Originally Posted by SickFinga
Nah, car still runs the same, sputtering at 4k rpms and check engine is on.

We did it at Dyno Power Services
416-752-3966


Did you measure the a/f ratio at the tailpipe or the bung that was installed last year? If it the tailpipe, the cat has an effect plus there is a delay in the reading. Also, what type of O2 sensor was used? Was it a wideband sensor like I use or the type used by emisions testing places where the exhuast is sampled by a hose?

I finally have time to look at the tuning I read from your car, I'll have a look to see if I can lean it out.

MarkD

SickFinga 06-04-2006 08:41 AM

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Originally Posted by superM3
How much did the dyno cost you? Whould they be able to dyno the E46 as well?

Why not?
He dynoed my car at 11:30pm and there were more cars comming in. I dont think that place ever closes.
$60 with AFR reading.

SickFinga 06-04-2006 08:43 AM

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Originally Posted by MarkD
Did you measure the a/f ratio at the tailpipe or the bung that was installed last year? If it the tailpipe, the cat has an effect plus there is a delay in the reading. Also, what type of O2 sensor was used? Was it a wideband sensor like I use or the type used by emisions testing places where the exhuast is sampled by a hose?

I finally have time to look at the tuning I read from your car, I'll have a look to see if I can lean it out.

MarkD

Mark, it was at the tailpipe, I dont think I have that bung anymore since I installed longer headers and my cats were cut.
I'm sure it was wideband, since that place only does dyno tuning.


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