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Torquer II, PRC Stage 2.5 Results

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Old 09-09-2005, 08:59 AM   #1
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Default Torquer II, PRC Stage 2.5 Results

Got my setup tuned at TTP. It seems a tad low to me but I have no baseline to compare against and I know I have limiting factors such as cats on my setup. The rest of my mods are in the sig.
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Old 09-09-2005, 09:14 AM   #2
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I would say that it is a little low. Removing the cats would help a bit but not that much. Still pretty impressive #'s though.. Did you not spray it on the dyno?
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No spray. We adjusted the timing up and down to try to squeek more power but that was it...
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No spray. We adjusted the timing up and down to try to squeek more power but that was it...
what he said
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Seems a little low to me, I'm shooting for 440+rwhp with my PRC's, granted they have 2.055/1.60 valves, and I have roughly 410rwhp now, but I would think you should net more than that. Aren't there people hitting near 400rwhp with that cam alone?
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Do you have a baseline from before the h/c? That is always the best way to determine the performance gains. I think we'll start to see alot of dyno results coming up very soon. We've been shipping alot of the back orders here lately. We should also see some more independent results from Jason @ Thunder pretty soon, he's installing his set this weekend hopefully

Can you post the before graph?
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Do you have a baseline from before the h/c? That is always the best way to determine the performance gains. I think we'll start to see alot of dyno results coming up very soon. We've been shipping alot of the back orders here lately. We should also see some more independent results from Jason @ Thunder pretty soon, he's installing his set this weekend hopefully

Can you post the before graph?
no baseline dyno numbers
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What does the flow sheet say from PRC?
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Seems pretty low.
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Only way to know what kind of gain you really achieved with the heads/cam would be if you had a baseline before you added them. Thats what I'll be doing before I add my cam, and then again if I get heads. No other way. Hell, you could have been putting 330 full bolt-ons down before the heads cam(just a weak tune/no tune?), in which case 415 is a hell of a gain.
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Only way to know what kind of gain you really achieved with the heads/cam would be if you had a baseline before you added them. Thats what I'll be doing before I add my cam, and then again if I get heads. No other way. Hell, you could have been putting 330 full bolt-ons down before the heads cam(just a weak tune/no tune?), in which case 415 is a hell of a gain.
I don't know Cyph, I still think it's too low. I started with 347rwhp with my stock cam to 405rwhp with a cam only swap, nothing else. I think he should be in the 430rwhp range with that cam and the heads if things are working out ok, especially since he looks to be on the stock 10 bolt and a single disk clutch.
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I don't think that's bad at all. Remember that TSP, more often than not, dynos with a true dual catless set-up. I think that alone would put you right around 440 HP and 400 TQ.
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