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Old 07-28-2012, 04:26 AM   #1
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Exclamation Vivid Racing - Agency Power Dyno Runs Part III

Vivid Racing - Agency Power Dyno Runs Part III


First above anything else I want to thank Jason, Cole, Matt and the Vivid Racing team for working with me to get all this done. It was a lot of work, Jason and his crew burned many of fingers in getting this done even while the exhaust was hot so we could get runs in as close as we could. I would also like to thank Jason and his crew for all the work they have done so far for the FR-S/BRZ and their future work with this car.

I am going to start this off with some info about the runs, The links to Mustang Dyno software that I am using at home. As I can not bring the Dyno home with me tonight. Match the base numbers on the last post of Part II and you will see the match. I am set up the same here at home. Any questions please read below.

This is the link to the software I am using at home. Its the new version then what is loaded on our Dyno. That being said THAT is why you will see the Dyno sheets look different from the last post in Part II.

Software and PowerDyne Manual
Detailed User's Manual for Mustang Dynamometer's PowerDyne PC Software
http://www.mustangdyne.com/mustangdy...prod=PowerDyne

So before you blast off that something is being played with. I expect that you did not read that manual. We did our homework. Now its your time to do so.

We had an error at the get go. When Jason and the team loaded up the car. Cole was doing Video and I was doing Pictures. Cole had to wear two hats. The car was loaded for the base run. The customer info was added into the Dyno. But Cole forgot to switch to a new folder. (Sorry Cole for tossing you under the bus!)
You will see on the Dyno chart 3 boxes across the bottom 3 high.
The 1st box is the run #, 2nd box is the folder name, 3rd box is the run description. Now the folder name is also used as the car detail. So our base runs are mislabeled as it defaulted to our shop FR-S folder. This was later caught and corrected on the second runs. So the base run with all ways show a TEMPFRS, While the rest will show AWM1854(Hale,Travis) Remeber if I wanted to play up our stuff. I would have used our FR-S base run as it had a lower base which would equal a high gain per part. So there is NO cheating. Everything is what it is.

Next we use a correction # of 1, Dyno is also in 2wd mode. Small cooling fan in front of car to help the cooling system. These runs are also Wheel Horsepower and NOT crank. This is a standard across the industry standard. No messing around once again. I also can not change that. It has to be done on the Dyno before the run has been made.

These runs are done from 2500rpm to Redline in 3rd gear.
  • Blue is Whp
  • Red is Wtq
  • Black is AFR
  • Scale to the left is 0 Whp to 210 Whp then 0 Wtq to 210 Wtq
  • Scale on the bottom is RPM
The scales are adjusted to bring the Dyno plots to center of the graph.


On to the base line run.

174Whp 137Wtq
This is the base run of EZwood's car.
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock exhaust manifold
  • Stock cross-pipe
  • Stock catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune

Next Run

186Whp 144Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock exhaust manifold
  • Stock cross-pipe
  • Agency Power Catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune
  • Note AFR Probe Fell Out During #2 Run

Next run

200Whp 154Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Agency Power Header
  • Agency Power Cross-Pipe
  • Agency Power Catback
  • Agency Power Pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune
  • Note AFR Probe Fell Out During #2 Run

As you can see we made some good power across the whole curve.

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Old 07-28-2012, 04:26 AM   #2
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Look at the right side of the test screen. You will see in yellow a number that is the temp in the Dyno area.

107* Temp


108* Temp


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Old 07-28-2012, 04:26 AM   #3
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Crank Pulley



186Whp 145Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock exhaust manifold
  • Stock cross-pipe
  • Stock catback
  • Agency Power pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune
  • Note AFR Probe Fell Out During #2 Run


Agency Power Pulley Installed


[B]Stock 2013 Scion FR-S Crank Pulley 4.9lbs[/B]


Agency Power Lightweight Crank Pulley 1.2lbs

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Header


178Whp 138Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Agency Power Header 4x2x1
  • Stock cross-pipe
  • Stock catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune




Agency Power Header (Works with stock splash shielding installed)


Stock 2013 Scion FR-S Exhaust Manifold with Built in CAT20.8lbs


Agency Power Header 4x2x1 12.25lbs

Agency Power Cross-Over Pipe

185Whp 145Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock Exhaust Manifold
  • Agency Power Cross-Pipe Only
  • Stock catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune


Agency Power Cross-Over Pipe


Stock 2013 Scion FR-S Cross-Over Pipe 16.8lbs


186Whp 144Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock exhaust manifold
  • Stock cross-pipe
  • Agency Power Catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune
  • Note AFR Probe Fell Out During #2 Run


Agency Power CatBack Exhaust


Last edited by vividracing; 07-30-2012 at 07:30 AM. Reason: Update to thread. Adding dyno charts.
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Old 07-28-2012, 04:27 AM   #4
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Combo Runs

Agency Power Header - Agency Power Cross Pipe


179Whp 140Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Agency Power Header
  • Agency Power Cross-Pipe
  • Stock Catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune

Agency Power Cross-Pipe - Agency Power Catback

189Whp 147Wtq
  • 2013 Scion FR-S
  • 15** miles
  • 91 octane Arizona Fuel
  • 108* Dyno room temp
  • Stock Exhaust Manifold
  • Agency Power Cross-Pipe
  • Agency Power Catback
  • Stock pulley
  • Stock Flywheel/Clutch
  • Stock ECU/Tune

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Out of curiosity, why are the runs being done in 3rd gear? Is there a benefit to that?

I know my car showed a tad more power in 3rd gear than in 4th on a Dynojet, but I am not experienced enough to speak on what is 'right' or 'wrong'.

Thank you for all the hard work.
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Out of curiosity, why are the runs being done in 3rd gear? Is there a benefit to that?

I know my car showed a tad more power in 3rd gear than in 4th on a Dynojet, but I am not experienced enough to speak on what is 'right' or 'wrong'.

Thank you for all the hard work.
Traction is my thought. I did not run this car on the dyno, That is a question for Jason on Monday. Jason is the Dyno operator. I do know we based our FR-S in 3rd gear and so we are matching it here as well.
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Thanks Mike!
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Good effort guys, looks great.
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Well done guys, looks great. Clean display of information making us phx guys proud!
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Is that a high flow cat in your downpipe? That would be cool.

Also, I don't know how it works but did you design a way to fool the second (catalyst) O2 sensor? That would also be cool.

EZWood, did you by chance to an oil change on your car already? You have a good amount of horsepower stock on your car. Thanks
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I'm beat. I was up at 6am So I will finish this tomorrow. But I think most of everyone gets the idea for tonight.
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Sooooo think I'm gonna have to come in and chat with you guys about getting all that put on my white FR-S...

EZWood, did you buy yours through Big Two or elsewhere, they said they had sold one whiteout before I bought mine
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