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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-23-2012, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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That dyno from cpectvt ain't right. No way his car with a KO6 (reworked K04) made 574 lbs of torque. LOL Totally physically impossible from that turbo at 24psi. K06 won't move enough air to put out torque like that. And if it even was possible he would have thrown a rod a long time ago. Oem rods just won't handle that kind of torque. 326 hp is exactly where that turbo would put the hp at though.
Just going by what was posted. That was before I was ever on this site, so I have no idea what he was doing.


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Sup Everyone-
Was asked to post Dyno chart to this thread, so here it is.
Mods- Everything Cobb sells for the Speed3.
AP, Springs, BPV, Downpipe, Catback Exhaust, SF Intake + Cold Air Box, TIH, FMIC, BCS, Shift Weight, RMM, JBR Dry Filter Wrap, JBR 680g Shift Knob,
Kyowa Evolve 18x8 -38mm offset wheels, with Falken 235/40/18

Tune/Dyno on 04.20.13 - Cobb SoCal- Jon Hebbeln was the tuner.
Youtube video up under my build thread.
291 whp, 341 torque
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Question? Supposedly the speeds dyno stock with right around 245-250whp.after all those mods you gained 40hp. Are you just running a very mild tune or what. I'm curious. I'm not bashing you or anything.

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I wish I had dynoed mine before I started modding. My tuner at Cobb said he wanted mine to not be very aggressive. I agreed with that since I don't track and wanted it to remain reliable as a daily driver. E85 will jump the numbers higher with all the Stage 2 parts in. I didn't want to even deal with that and plus there's few stations in my area that carry it.


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Question? Supposedly the speeds dyno stock with right around 245-250whp.after all those mods you gained 40hp. Are you just running a very mild tune or what. I'm curious. I'm not bashing you or anything.

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Oh no worries man, I'm not offended. Yea, it is a little toned down (plus this is on 91 octane), I didnt upgrade any engine internals. Biggest problem with the Speed 3's is the stock rods suck and they are a little finicky about bigger turbos. I did mention this in my build thread, I was a little worried about going higher and being on borrowed time and having something snap. I've known two guys who blew their motors and they were making something like 338-345 hp and their rods didnt hold up even though someone told them otherwise. Even the guys at Cobb were like, eh, I wouldn't push it too much much more without the extra parts and work needed. That being said, she's also a daily driver so I was pretty satisfied with the maps. Acceleration is pretty awesome, and she sounds like a beast.
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uh... mine hold up for 50k+ and still running like a champ

as long you kept all the maintenance and monitor... you should be fine


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Actually it's rare to see them dyno much over 200-220 at the wheels


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Corny tune:321HP 394TQ
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Actually it's rare to see them dyno much over 200-220 at the wheels

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I know they don't lose that much to the wheels. I've seen stock dyno numbers around 245. That's what makes them so quick is that fwd doesn't lost that much power. I plan on getting mine on a dyno here soon to get a baseline number. Just so I have something to go off of when I finally get my AP and internals.

Edit: Based on some new searching I've found hp numbers vary anywhere from 210-240 stock. Depending on what dyno was used and atmosphere conditions. Torque numbers from 230-260 depending on the same factors. I was a little high on what I thought. Regardless they are still quick stock.

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I know they don't lose that much to the wheels. I've seen stock dyno numbers around 245. That's what makes them so quick is that fwd doesn't lost that much power. I plan on getting mine on a dyno here soon to get a baseline number. Just so I have something to go off of when I finally get my AP and internals.

Edit: Based on some new searching I've found hp numbers vary anywhere from 210-240 stock. Depending on what dyno was used and atmosphere conditions. Torque numbers from 230-260 depending on the same factors. I was a little high on what I thought. Regardless they are still quick stock.

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Ok so it's between 200-240 I knew it was somewhere around there


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Corny tune:321HP 394TQ
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Manny... you sir need internals before it is too late...


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