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    RB Turbo's 19.5psi "new" dyno reults

    Went back to the dyno today to test with a single M10 nozzle installed and some 100 octane race gas. Ambient temps a lil warmer today too, 99.44 F Humidity 28%. Dyno operator said that in cooler temps my numbers would be around 475-480whp...guess I am going to have to wait a few months to dyno again.

    443.49rwhp

    437.69wtq

    Car feels like a beast on the street at 18.5psi though! I can feel the front end lifting up higher under hard acceleration! Going to do some Vbox testing later tonight.

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    damn dude the dyno just gets better and better. you have so much room for more power lol
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    looks like the torque stays petty flat, so much less drop off than stock
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    Shouldn't it be much higher with 19.5 psi on RB's with meth?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Shouldn't it be much higher with 19.5 psi on RB's with meth?
    99 F. very hot day even with std 1.02 correction still not exact as something near 50 F
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    99 F. very hot day even with std 1.02 correction still not exact as something near 50 F
    True, guess the heat killed it.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    True, guess the heat killed it.
    Yea, when I got 230 whp on my GTI at 102 F I was pretty dissapointed but impressed at the same time..
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    I think it has another 30rw at that boost level in colder weather. Some dynos read lower than others. Overall, I'd be happy to drive it around. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I think it has another 30rw at that boost level in colder weather. Some dynos read lower than others. Overall, I'd be happy to drive it around. Click here to enlarge
    Ya, it feels wicked fast right now! I can only imagine what it will feel like this winter.

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    Congrats mang
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    Nice numbers considering the heat. Is it too much to ask for a shop with AC for the dyno? LOL

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Xander Click here to enlarge
    Nice numbers considering the heat. Is it too much to ask for a shop with AC for the dyno? LOL
    think about it, where would the exhaust go in the cold, sealed AC room? Engine dyno style with huge flexible exhaust tubes out the top lol?

    anyway, malaka, im glad you are happy with the performance, remember that's all that matters, the dyno is just to prove to others who cannot feel the car for themselves Click here to enlarge cannot wait for your vbox results.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oddjob2021 Click here to enlarge
    think about it, where would the exhaust go in the cold, sealed AC room? Engine dyno style with huge flexible exhaust tubes out the top lol?

    anyway, malaka, im glad you are happy with the performance, remember that's all that matters, the dyno is just to prove to others who cannot feel the car for themselves Click here to enlarge cannot wait for your vbox results.
    You'd have to seal the car into an engine dyno style room and remote control the accelerator with an ipad most likely Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by oddjob2021 Click here to enlarge
    think about it, where would the exhaust go in the cold, sealed AC room? Engine dyno style with huge flexible exhaust tubes out the top lol?

    anyway, malaka, im glad you are happy with the performance, remember that's all that matters, the dyno is just to prove to others who cannot feel the car for themselves Click here to enlarge cannot wait for your vbox results.
    I was just kidding, but technically the exhaust runs out a tube that connects to a hole in the door, just like they do it up here in NY in the winter time.

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