First KA-T Dyno ever...

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croatian_sensation
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First KA-T Dyno ever...

Post by croatian_sensation »

Hello everyone,
Finally went KA-T...this is my first car and first build...pleased to share it with all of you!

Build:
- Stock Motor
- Precision 3231E Turbo .63a/r
- Deatschwerks 550cc Fuel Injectors
- JGS Turbo Manifold
- Haltech Platinum Sprint 500

Now for numbers...
246hp, 244lbs. torque @6psi
Tuned by Bill at Independent Speed Shop. Sorry only have a crap picture because the place we dyno'd at had a broken printer...will post better quality graph soon!

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12.96 @ 116.36 - 2.1 60ft - 11/2011
13.1 @ 114 - 2.3 60ft - 8/2012
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Post by DC47A »

Congratulations on the first dyno experience. Not bad numbers for that turbo and 6psi.
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Post by DrEaMeR_VaNg »

Congrats!

Great #'s for 6psi! :)
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Post by joshpntbl07 »

good job. now where is that boost controller? :)
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Post by Kamilitaryman »

Wow, that's not bad at all for 6psi! :o Congrats man, I can't freakin wait till I see what mine puts down.
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Post by croatian_sensation »

Thanks guys. The reason we stuck to 6psi for now is because this is my daily driver as well...but hoping to get a little more out of it for the summer though.

Appreciate all the positive feedback! :D
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Post by broxma »

Was it a Dyno Dynamics brake dyno? Did he add the obligatory 15% "Dynojet correction factor" or is that an uncorrected number? A good number either way, but if that's uncorrected, it'll probably do 280 on a Dynojet by way of comparison.

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Post by croatian_sensation »

Yes it was a Dyno Dynamics dyno...and there was no correction made...my tuner told me on other dynos it may read around 270-280 like you stated. Thank you for the feedback!
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Post by mechavore884 »

hey what downpipe are you using and waste gate?.....lol funny Im doing a complete overhaul and THIS IS dam near SPOT ON what I was planning to do (just enthalpy instead)
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Post by niceguy »

Nice numbers! You have a build thread yet?
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Post by croatian_sensation »

I am using a custom 3" downpipe and a Tial 38mm wastegate.
Unfortunately, I blew the motor. I'm doing a fully built motor now, should be done in a bit and I should have it dyno'd sometime in March/April.
Hoping for around 350 this time then maybe 400-500 after I upgrade injectors, clutch, and trans.
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