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Old 11-17-2007, 02:06 PM   #1
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So went to go re dyno yesterday

Still have some tuning issues with my car. Running a bit lean at idle and I found out that my tuning is only to 6250rpm some I have some more power to gain up top as you can see by the dyno its still climbing.

Last time I put down 292.6hp and 254.8trq. After some head scratching I did the following:

- changed plug to another set and regapped smaller (step colder plugs)
- new igniton coils from Bavarian Autosport
- changed cats
- new fuel filter
- oil change

I think the coils and plugs where the huge difference so make sure everyone checks them when going force induction. I am changing the DME soon and going to re flash my chip that sound be good for another 10-15 rwhp for sure so this is my dyno yesterday. Much much better run. Gain from last time of 25.7rwhp and 20.4 rwtrq !!!
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Its all about rolling in the X5 !!!

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