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Old 12-09-2013, 03:03 PM   #1
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i was just wondering if this sounds right i have an 02 auto gt and just had to dyno tuned on dynojet. 257hp and 275tq
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Old 12-09-2013, 04:12 PM   #2
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I'd say that sounds about right give or take about 10hp/tq. I'd think you'd make slightly more than that, but there are variables to consider. Generally mileage could have something to do with it because your compression could be down some. But I'd say you're doing fine with those numbers and those mods though. Nice.
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Sounds about right to me--that is around 40 HP more at the wheels than a stock 2V slushbox...
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Those numbers are about right. I had every bolt on under the sun and made about 265 or so to the rear wheels (N/A). What numbers were you hoping for and what are your future plans for the car? BTW welcome to the forums..
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well i was going to try and stay n/a i was only hoping for 300 or a lil more but i have been reading with a 2v FI is best bang for buck.i wanna kinda keep my mpg in the 20s
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but i see alot of these guys pushing these numbers without heads
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but i see alot of these guys pushing these numbers without heads
What do ou mean? Are you saying that a 2vs pushing 300 to the wheels without aftermarket heads?
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i seen a few poeple say that unless they were on happy dyno's
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and ty guys for the reply's
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Maybe they meant to the crank. No way a 2vs gonna reach 300 rwhp without either some time of FI or head and cam work.
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