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Old 05-31-2012, 11:10 AM   #1
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FR-S Dyno testing at DD Performance Research inc. 2ZZ comparison

We strapped the new FR-S down on the dyno last night with less than 150 miles on the ODO. (probably a few more ponies on the table once it is broken in further - we will dyno again at higher mileage).

Run 004 was in 3rd run 007 and 008 were in 4th:



Run 010 was in 5th, and we saw a huge jump in mid-range torque, despite a richer afr. These were sampled at the tailpipe min you so they are post cat readings.



A comparison between a 25K miles stock Elise with the 190hp tuned 2zz-ge and the new stock FR-S:
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2zz also had a 10% better final drive, the car feels as fast as my Celica but the frs def has more tq
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wow, there is a big difference in horsepower from 4500 to 7000 rpm not to mention the torque all throughout. Plus this is comparing to a tuned 2zz.
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Too bad the Elise has a 700-something pound weight advantage
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wow, there is a big difference in horsepower from 4500 to 7000 rpm not to mention the torque all throughout. Plus this is comparing to a tuned 2zz.
Its the Lotus Factory tune. It just makes 10 HP more than the toyota factory tune does.
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I would say you defiantly feel like you have more power after 200 miles on it. or it could just be i konw how to drive it better now

I miss the kick of my vvtli, and the GT-S still feels faster. But a lot of faster cars somehow feel slower than the GT-S.
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How fast a car feels is mostly in the gearing, but variable valve/intake magic will do that too.
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gggooooooddd this thing has more HP than my lude even though it suffers more drivetrain loss. the fkkk!!!! torque is aroudn teh same though so im happy about that
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Definitely a bit better powerband than the Elise. Can't really say if it's 'faster' though.
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Track numbers to go with the dyno numbers:

We took our new FR-S to the track today. It was pretty hot most of the day, but we wound up with some decent times.

Here is the best of the night with our FR-S full interior full vehicle weight (including spare/jack) With a 10-15mph headwind and a humid 84*F, Car # 592;



Here is the best of the night with minor weight reduction (spare & jack removed, rear seats removed) & intake filter removed with a 10-15 mph headwind and a humid 80*F Car #592;



Both of these were with Jason (My shop manager) at the wheel. My best for the night was a 15.10.

All in all I am pleased and unsurprised by these numbers - they are exactly what we expected from the dyno and articles already published.
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Nice - any videos?
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Nice - any videos?
Yes boosted took a few videos, and I took some of him as well. My Fiance I think got vids of all the runs.

Should be able to get those up on our youtube channel later.
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