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Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2011 2:28 pm
by Hotrodhendrix
Hic wrote:I never had a failure with my COP's. Cheap, reliable and easy to get. Internal triggers, no spark cables....and these fit perfectly to 3Sgte valve cover. What more can you want?

The problem with motorcycle COP's is that these need power ignitior, and VW do not. It is in the coil itself.


Very interesting. I will toss this info over to the 3sx guys. 8)

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:17 am
by l0ch0w
I like the mount you came up with, if its cool with you I may use a similar idea for my yukon coils...

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 8:21 am
by Hic
Hotrodhendrix wrote:
Hic wrote:I never had a failure with my COP's. Cheap, reliable and easy to get. Internal triggers, no spark cables....and these fit perfectly to 3Sgte valve cover. What more can you want?

The problem with motorcycle COP's is that these need power ignitior, and VW do not. It is in the coil itself.


Very interesting. I will toss this info over to the 3sx guys. 8)


I did some 600hp 3sx mitsubishi's and always used stock ignition. Worked like a charm.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 12:35 pm
by Hotrodhendrix
Hic wrote:
Hotrodhendrix wrote:
Hic wrote:I never had a failure with my COP's. Cheap, reliable and easy to get. Internal triggers, no spark cables....and these fit perfectly to 3Sgte valve cover. What more can you want?

The problem with motorcycle COP's is that these need power ignitior, and VW do not. It is in the coil itself.


Very interesting. I will toss this info over to the 3sx guys. 8)


I did some 600hp 3sx mitsubishi's and always used stock ignition. Worked like a charm.


Mine was in that hp range and used the stock ignition as well. Some wanted more hp or just the fact that the cop is hidden which is the reason I wanted it. :P

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:52 pm
by ST185pinjo
We went to the dyno last month.
My stock dyno is on page 1 of this thread.

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Peak HP: 281 AWHP@6719rpm
Peak Torque: 382[NM] or 281 lbf ft
Type of Dyno: AWD
Brand of Dyno: superflow
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: intake = gen3 3sgte, exhaust =stock
Turbo: GT3071, 0.63
Turbo Pressure: 1,2 bar = 17psi
Fuel: walbro 255, 800cc Sard
Fuel Type: 97ron
Engine Managment: Autronic SM4
Other Info: Gen3 WtA, and too small radiator. Blitz Active clutch.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 5:05 pm
by mixer72
Peak HP: 395.7bhp
Peak Torque: 370ft/lbs
Type of Dyno: AWD
Brand of Dyno: Dyno Dynamics
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: 264
Turbo: Turbotechnics S148 Hybrid
Turbo Pressure: 1.55bar
Fuel: Duel feed (800cc injectors, wibro pump, sard regulator,8mm board rail)
Fuel Type: 98 Octane
Engine Managment: HKS
Other Info: 3" turbo-back , FMIC
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Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 12:57 pm
by Hotrodhendrix
Dyno Sheet
Peak HP: (269@6700rpm)
Peak Torque: (219@5600rpm)
Type of Dyno: (AWD)
Brand of Dyno: (Mustang)
Engine Displacement: (Stock)
Engine Compression: (Stock)
Camshafts: (stock)
Turbo: (TD06 20G)
Turbo Pressure: (9psi)
Fuel: (Bored fuel rail)
Fuel Type: (91oct)
Engine Managment: (Blitz Access ECU)
Other Info: (FMIC 2.5 piping, 3' mandrel exhaust flow through design mufflers, TVIS delete, tial wastegate, AVCR.)

Ran with AVCR off so tial big red spring (9si) net 269.

Same setup on really crappy 2.5 exhaust with fart can net 219 (9psi) before. 50 awhp increase although the turbo did spool quicker before.

~James
~James

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2012 1:18 pm
by Mafix
meh why not: it's changing in 2 days anyways so here is the dyno for 2012. also the lower numbers on the graph are 2011.

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Peak HP: 368.9
Peak Torque: 337.39
Type of Dyno: 2WD
Brand of Dyno: Dynojet 4th gear pulls
Engine Displacement: .020 overbore
Engine Compression: Stock
Camshafts: Stock n/a cams
Turbo: precision cea5858
Turbo Pressure: 20psi
Fuel: walbro 255, rc780cc, stock rail, aeromotive reg
Fuel Type: 93 Octane
Engine Managment: haltech p1000
Other Info: fwd swapped auto-x car. lots of things changed.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:23 am
by Mafix
and now it's 370whp and 355tq with the 46mm restrictor plate preturbo. lol.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:25 am
by tubasteve
Going nascar on us.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:27 am
by Mafix
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required for my racing sanction. shit lot of good that did them.

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 7:43 pm
by SkagTits165
We will not be including FWD swapped cars, MR2's or other platforms with 3s based motors. All Tracs/GT-Fours ONLY!


you know who you are

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:27 pm
by deadxwreckoning
Peak HP: 504@6400rpm
Peak Torque: 420@6350rpm
Type of Dyno: AWD
Brand of Dyno: DynoJet
Engine Displacement: Stock
Engine Compression: 9.0:1
Camshafts: GSC S2 274
Turbo: Precision 6262 (S cover) dual ball bearing/billet wheel
Turbo Pressure: 23psi
Fuel: 2000cc/2 walbro 255lph pumps
Fuel Type: E85
Engine Management: (AEM EMS)
Other Info: 2nd gen 3s block mated to 3rd gen 3s head, 9k redline, stock exhaust manifold :)

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Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 10:05 pm
by SkagTits165
THATS WTF IM TALKIN ABOUT.NICE

Re: AllTrac.net Dyno Top Ten

PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:35 pm
by deadxwreckoning
vukatron wrote:THATS WTF IM TALKIN ABOUT.NICE


Haha thanks man. I'll be back soon with a Full Race turbo mani and 700awhp :)