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Got the second dyno done with only my intake side bolt-on's completed.
As I stated I am trying to video the installs, comparisons and results.
While original intent was to dyno each part individually installed. This proved to be more challenging than just dyno time cost and scheduling..
So we have a baseline and now a dyno with just the intake side bolt-ons completed.
Still going to document exhaust side installs and then another dyno before ECU tuning begins.
I have to say I did not expect to see these gains while still on Stock tune with full stock exhaust side. :thumbsup:
Purpose is to see the delta change between baseline and after install numbers. total peak power irrelevant as both baseline and this dyno were done only in sport mode.
 

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Thanks for testing this. Decent gains. I'm sure the dyno racers will suggest the numbers are 'low' but you've done a before and after on same dyno which is more controlled. ~7% HP and 5% TQ increase is solid.

What exhaust changes will you be making?

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Wow, nice gains on intake side alone. Thank you for trying to be as objective as possible, stating temp for each dyno, keeping ECU stock, even keeping the sport mode mix up for the 2nd dyno. Looking forward to your exhaust-side update video.
 
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Wow, nice gains on intake side alone. Thank you for trying to be as objective as possible, stating temp for each dyno, keeping ECU stock, even keeping the sport mode mix up for the 2nd dyno. Looking forward to yout exhaust-side update video.
Agreed. I would be curious what the impact of Sport vs Sport+ is, but certainly not expecting OP to put time and resources into it.
 

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Got the second dyno done with only my intake side bolt-on's completed.
Agreed. I would be curious what the impact of Sport vs Sport+ is, but certainly not expecting OP to put time and resources into it.
Agreed, koatic, this is an idea: once your car has all bolt-ons and tuned up, ask the dyno shop for a quick dyno run for free or for a discount measuring how much of a difference Sport and Sport + modes make. If it's too expensive, well then don't worry about it.
 

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Ask @D-RobIMW does sport or sport+ make a difference on the dyno? Or any tuner really I'm sure they have an answer.
 

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Ask @D-RobIMW does sport or sport+ make a difference on the dyno? Or any tuner really I'm sure they have an answer.
Only if the calibration has different torque requests at 100% throttle pedal between the two modes.
 
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Are you running stock air filter?
Yes, still stock intake filter on that Dyno run. I did pre-order the PRL HVI on the 19th but first batch is expected to be delivered mid-late march I think.
 

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I felt a notable difference once I put in AFE drop in filter, PRL intercooler and downpipes next. Was going to try out spoon but $250 for a drop in filter is just crazy.
 
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Was going to try out spoon but $250 for a drop in filter is just crazy.
WHAAA?? 250 for just a filter?? I would just get like the spoon oil cap or something cheap with the spoon logo. Having spoon logo attached anywhere on the car adds like 5hp. (Because all your paying for it the name.) joking :hmm:
 

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WHAAA?? 250 for just a filter?? I would just get like the spoon oil cap or something cheap with the spoon logo. Having spoon logo attached anywhere on the car adds like 5hp. (Because all your paying for it the name.) joking :hmm:
Just get the Sprint filter, it's what Spoon rebadges. That said, if you order Spoon parts from Japan they aren't too badly priced. I bought all their beauty parts from Blackhawk for relatively cheap.
 

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Just get the Sprint filter, it's what Spoon rebadges. That said, if you order Spoon parts from Japan they aren't too badly priced. I bought all their beauty parts from Blackhawk for relatively cheap.
Overnight some parts from Japan, you say?
 
 


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