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Old 03 Jul 2013, 01:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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dyno sheets - WTF

so I received these dyno sheets after my tune (for my new TBE system), and I am a complete noob on this stuff but I didn't really notice ANY performance difference after the tune...

I did feel a difference after the new exhaust, but it was the same after tune.

I posted this sheet (there's 2 more) on another website, and didn't get too many responses but the ones I got were very negative...

if you know how to read these things pls help

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Old 03 Jul 2013, 07:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: dyno sheets - WTF

as its in road speed it means shit tbh,
proper rolling roads give the rpm so that you can compare before and after in an accurate way,
the reason you want rpm is so you can see at what revs your boost comes in and where in the rev range your fueling is out etc etc,
the fact you have no before and after gives us no clue to what has improved as you say if anything,
the curve wants to start as early as possible in the rev range and be a nice curve, no jumping around as yours does, its also easy to tell if a operator is trying it on as the curves should cross at a set RPM again yours crosses at 70 kph which means jack to me..
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as its in road speed it means shit tbh,
proper rolling roads give the rpm so that you can compare before and after in an accurate way,
the reason you want rpm is so you can see at what revs your boost comes in and where in the rev range your fueling is out etc etc,
the fact you have no before and after gives us no clue to what has improved as you say if anything,
the curve wants to start as early as possible in the rev range and be a nice curve, no jumping around as yours does, its also easy to tell if a operator is trying it on as the curves should cross at a set RPM again yours crosses at 70 kph which means jack to me..
hope this helps.
thanks, I got more pics here: Flickr: goreckiii1's Photostream

nevertheless for the most part the problem was due to a fuel leak...which was fixed the other week, and now car is running amazing. however I still hear a little flickering sound when the turbo kicks in like their isn't a smooth air flow...a leak...so this is the same. But performance is now perfect. a little confused still haha but at least much less worried.

thanks for the reply
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