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Old 02-16-2020, 02:07 AM   #8891
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Getting the car finally dynoed on Monday along with a fuel pump upgrade and port injectors. Current tune is pretty maxed on fuel system and I want safety when out on track. I am hoping I see around 100-125whp more than a stock car on their Dyno. Anyone want to take bets?

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What kind of dyno?
What is the baseline?
With your setup 70% gain over stock should be achievable.
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Old 02-16-2020, 02:20 AM   #8892
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What kind of dyno?

What is the baseline?

With your setup 70% gain over stock should be achievable.
It's not quite heart breaker but it's still lower than most. I believe a stock puts down 150-155whp on this Dyno.

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Here is the final numbers. Gained about 10-12 whp and wtq with extra fueling head room from bigger injectors and fuel pump plus I have a big safety net with capacity left. With stock I was left not much of a safety net. So this is a bit of a heart breaker Dyno as it measures direct at the hubs. Standard Dyno jet numbers put me right at 300whp and 250wtq. Super smooth curves.

The lower lines are a stock brz from another customer. Temps and other variables were really close.

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Here is the final numbers. Gained about 10-12 whp and wtq with extra fueling head room from bigger injectors and fuel pump plus I have a big safety net with capacity left. With stock I was left not much of a safety net. So this is a bit of a heart breaker Dyno as it measures direct at the hubs. Standard Dyno jet numbers put me right at 300whp and 250wtq. Super smooth curves.

The lower lines are a stock brz from another customer. Temps and other variables were really close.

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I said 70% over baseline, was right on the money 69.5% increase over baseline.

On a 168whp baseline would be 285whp. Youd need a really generous dyno to hit 300whp. But regardless its just a number. 70% increase is really the most i would expect from this kit without head work. So your definitely maxing her out.

Now for the important question. What is your peak ignition timing at WOT? Curious how close i am on 92+wmi vs your E85. Been debating of running E45-50 +wmi if i can get another 2.5-3 degrees of timing out of it could be another 10whp.

Did the pump/injectors enable more power somehow? or was it just the custom tune on the dyno being more dialed in then a safeish E-tune?
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just got my kit delivered today but all wasnt perfect. upon checkin' the kit, i found that the coolant reservoir bottle was cracked at the top and the bypass valve hose is kinked/torn. the reservoir im not too worry about for now since i believe can run the kit without intercooler and replace it later. but the hose is what im more worry about. since from the hour or so research ive done, i think i have to order a new valve just for hose or make my own.



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just got my kit delivered today but all wasnt perfect. upon checkin' the kit, i found that the coolant reservoir bottle was cracked at the top and the bypass valve hose is kinked/torn. the reservoir im not too worry about for now since i believe can run the kit without intercooler and replace it later. but the hose is what im more worry about. since from the hour or so research ive done, i think i have to order a new valve just for hose or make my own.
Well, the good news is that since the kit is not on the car yet, it is extremely easy to replace that hose. The bad news is that I don't know where you can get a replacement hose. Hardware stores might carry em around.

Please call 1-855-591-2778 and press the number for Technical support. The guy that picks up is very knowledgeable. Email is technical@sprintexusa.com if you prefer that, but they take a while to respond.

Btw, I purchased a direct replacement bypass valve from them and it did not come with a hose. I still have it new, never installed laying around in case anyone here is looking for one.
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I said 70% over baseline, was right on the money 69.5% increase over baseline.



On a 168whp baseline would be 285whp. Youd need a really generous dyno to hit 300whp. But regardless its just a number. 70% increase is really the most i would expect from this kit without head work. So your definitely maxing her out.



Now for the important question. What is your peak ignition timing at WOT? Curious how close i am on 92+wmi vs your E85. Been debating of running E45-50 +wmi if i can get another 2.5-3 degrees of timing out of it could be another 10whp.



Did the pump/injectors enable more power somehow? or was it just the custom tune on the dyno being more dialed in then a safeish E-tune?
Let me ask the tuner on timing. It was a bit of both I think for the extra HP. We did 13 revisions on the etune and basically maxed out fuel on stock injectors. So with bigger port injectors and larger fuel pump he gained some but also being able to fine tune things on the Dyno helped.

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just got my kit delivered today but all wasnt perfect. upon checkin' the kit, i found that the coolant reservoir bottle was cracked at the top and the bypass valve hose is kinked/torn. the reservoir im not too worry about for now since i believe can run the kit without intercooler and replace it later. but the hose is what im more worry about. since from the hour or so research ive done, i think i have to order a new valve just for hose or make my own.







I have a few spares. If you need 1 and can't get it by itself lmk.

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Let me ask the tuner on timing. It was a bit of both I think for the extra HP. We did 13 revisions on the etune and basically maxed out fuel on stock injectors. So with bigger port injectors and larger fuel pump he gained some but also being able to fine tune things on the Dyno helped.

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You can just do a 3rd gear pull to redline and datalog it. Can get timing off that. Unless it’s easier to ask tuner
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so i noticed that my bypass valve isnt "connected" to the backin' plate like the others ive seen. i can put it back on it and its clicks into place but i think it will come off once in use. the nubs seem to have semi smoothed out somehow durin' shipment. please tell me i dnt have to buy a new one when its actually new anyways...

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You talking about the white 'connector' attached to the clear tube connecting to the TB? Mine slides too, I think that's by design.
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You talking about the white 'connector' attached to the clear tube connecting to the TB? Mine slides too, I think that's by design.
oh no not that. talkin' bout what the lever is connected to.
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oh no not that. talkin' bout what the lever is connected to.
wow, I completely missed that. That's crazy. This is a brand new kit right? This is totally unacceptable. Sprintex themselves should be able to replace it for free.
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wow, I completely missed that. That's crazy. This is a brand new kit right? This is totally unacceptable. Sprintex themselves should be able to replace it for free.
yup brand new. i emailed them then called them to explain more in detail bout my problem. but since it was damaged durin' shipment i would have to pay for the new parts they said.
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