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    Cal and Phasis' Dyno Day

    Cal and I were lucky enough to be embraced in the arms of the Nissan Sports Car Club this morning for their Dyno run held at Redcliffe Dyno and Performance in Brisbane's North.

    Although Cal didn't run his Mi16 moon , deciding to instead test the limits of his Supercharged Toyota Sprinter, we both kinda felt out of place amoungst a cast of many a 200SX and 180SX's.

    Needless to say my run didn't draw anywhere near the enthusiasim as the 250kw (wheels) 200sx.

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    In comparison, my piddlie 82.8kw was no tyre smoker, but I got my cummupants in the end, guessing closest to my actual power figure and scouping the $150 gift voucher price from <a href="http://www.mercurymotorsport.com.au/" target="_blank">Mercury Motorsports</a>. Many thanks.

    A small problem however is that is seems the parts sold by the company are all for Japanese cars . Ow well, I am still grateful of them. I might soon have $150 worth of Apexi and HKS stickers

    Here is the dyno sheet I got showing KW and Torque at the wheels. Note that the torque figure is WAY off real engine torque as you have to take into account the gearing of the transmision.

    This was done in 3rd gear from 3700-7000rpm. Peak torque is off the left of the scale as I didnt specifically ask for this measurment.
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    Cal's Sprinter got 89kw at the wheels, however when you look at his torque curve, his was WAY above mine showing the real benefit of a supercharger is in the torque increase, not ultimate power output.
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    Nice power dude good to see you got your car on the dyno.

    Are S16's rated at 110kw stock? I cant remember.

    hehe my 306XR would struggle to make 82kw at the flywheel.lol

    Anyways im interested in this Sprinter i really like these cars and a guy i know just bought a Turbocharged one from Tasmania and it looks hot. A few friends of mine have Sprinters and the Jap Spec Trueno GT Apex is a damn sexy machine with the pop up lights two tone scheme and sum black watanabe wheels

    Supercharged eh? Im guesing he has the Supercharged Corolla motor in there.

    Anyways if u dont need the Apexi or HKS gear i could sure do with it.lol J/k

    Seriously if you want performance increase get a Apexi SAFC...it alters your fuel mapping and if you combine it with the Apexi ITC(Ignition Timing Controller) and get it all dyno tuned you will get alot more power. Both are piggyback computers but are of a very high quality.
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    The manual says 111,116, I think this is either 111kw or 116kw depending on fuel. 155hp is what I have heard, which is about 116kw. I had a dyno done a while back which read 122kw flywheel, but i cant work out how this was calculated, i am a bit sceptical.

    All I know is my engine is healthy and 'apparently' feels more powerful than a standard S16...so my previous mechanic said.

    This Redcliffe mob seems very good and only charge $77 an hour for dyno tuning.
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    Originally</span> posted by Phasis: <strong> This Redcliffe mob seems very good and only charge $77 an hour for dyno tuning.
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    thats cheap, i use SAS here in sydney and they charge $100 bucks na hour, but are VERY good at what they do. Xq
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    Do you know what things they played with durring the tune?

    LOL...it seems like I am following you around the forum posting right after you. BTW are u still having to go to the local cafe to post or are you 'wired' at home now?
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    Another vote for Redcliffe dyno and performance

    great guys, who get good results from all sorts of different cars

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    Yeah it was an interesting moring. I must say, I was a little disappointed with 89kw (wheels) from the Sprinter. I must say, it feels a lot quicker than that figure would suggest. It is the 4AGZE supercharged motor. It's running a smaller pulley to give it about 9 PSI, a front mounted intercooler and a microtech ECU. The dyno bloke does think it could do with a tune. This figure was at 7060RPM where the rev limited cut in. It was still producing power when it cut in. We will take that up to 7500 to start with.

    Brad's car got a good figure I thought. Good strong engine that one.

    The Datsun 1600 with 202kw at the wheels was my favourite. That is over 400hp at the flywheel. Go the Datto!

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    But u gotta remember that 89kw at the wheels is alot when the car weights around 900kg. Anyways i still think Sprinters are a hot little car if i ever restored or had an old project car it would be a 13B Powered Sprinter OR a Datsun 240ZX with a RB26DETT transplant.

    By the way that 202kw 1600 sounds insane..thats like a 11 sec car

    Anyways put up sum pics of your Sprinter id love to see it and your Pug as well
    PEUGEOT 306 GTi6 (1997-1999 HYBRID)
    105.4kw (141HP) ATW
    2:09 Phillip Island (Toyo Street Tyres)

    2001 YAMAHA YZF-R6
    119HP

    1993 MITSUBISHI 3000GT Twin Turbo
    300BHP
    STOCK-14.006 @97.4mph HEATHCOTE
    STOCK-1:15 CALDER Long Circuit (Stock Street Tyres + Stock Pads :banghead )
    (For Sale)

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    Brad i had the guys at SAS advance the timming to suit 98 ron petrol, but not much else, i did this about 2 years ago, and have since lost the dyno sheet, but im sure my car posted a peak of 90Kw or something but coz of the exhaust size i lost down low.
    Xq

    ps, all dynos can read +-5Kw, so i could have very well only 85Kw, so im not sure, i doubt that i had 95Kw at the wheels
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