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Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:19 pm 
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Thanks for all the advice guys I really appreciate it. I have a Herrod stainless steel exhaust and headers going on next week, and have since installed the typhoon airbox.

Oh and both cars mentioned were dynoed on the same day at KPM Motorsport in Adelaide. It should be interesting in round 2 later this year.

I was half considering a cam upgrade, but I am not sure if its the most economical way both monetray and fuel wise to extract power for the NA. On the other hand 190-195ish at the rears does sound quite good though. Should at least have it comparable to an XR6T or XR8 in terms of performance.

 

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Posted: Sun Sep 21, 2008 5:03 pm 
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kstevo, stop talking s**t aye.

you think porting and 'a cam' will bring up 50-100rwkw?
and you do realise the BA+ 4Ls are DOHC right?
You wind the boost up/ slap on a bigger turbo, not port the head and add a cam in DOHC turbos.
Also the BA motor isnt the best, how many kw does the FG have?
Also fwkw does not make a car look more powerful than it actually is, and if you'd believe it, its not all about rwkw either, theres something known as the power-to-weight ratio. bit more important than a rwkw figure.
im going to argue the point of "not port the head and change the cam" comment..

-Ther IS a cam set you can buy for the XR6 Turbo that once tuned can provide up to 20 RWKW... but it is pretty expensive..

 

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Posted: Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:18 pm 
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Posted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 5:47 pm 
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Hey mate,

You should be fairly content with that. I had my EF on the dyno yesterday. Tickford motor, port & polish and pacemaker comps and its a manual. It make 128rwkw.

The dyno operator said it was a fairly conservative dyno. An xr6t that usually runs 315rwkw ran a 279rwkw. So i believe him.

Im guessing on any other dyno i would have had about 140rwkw?

Hope that helps mate.

 

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Posted: Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:35 pm 
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my auto Xr6 BA pulled 138 stock. I think this one will produce more power once it loosens up
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Posted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 7:42 pm 
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cArSiK wrote:
my auto Xr6 BA pulled 138 stock. I think this one will produce more power once it loosens up


yeah thats about the same as mine 145rwkws

 

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Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 9:52 pm 
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Hi guys, I own the Ba Xr6 with 9,000km but now has 12,240km.Dyno run done when dead stock was 143.1kw at KPM.I have had mods done recently headers,exhaust,underdrive pulley,lower air intake,capa flash box and custom tune.Dyno run showed where mods were done 174.1kws.Car had a dyno run done at KPM only got 161.9kw??? very suprised.This other BF which had 139kw dead stock at KPM. Has only these mods done since, air intake,exhaust,headers,underdreive pulley got 170kw???.An increase of 30kw with no flash box or custom tune???.Shows how much Dyno runs vary,my runs vary from one dyno 31kw to 19kw another dyno.Every dyno and day is different air temp, flow and weather,How tight or if at all the rear is strapped down.The only way to find who has most kws and power is on a supervised drag strip.
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Posted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 3:18 pm 
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hey guys i have a bf 07 and i run it on a dyno before a service which was at 75000ks and got 146rwkw. I then changed oil,oil filter,plugs and put BMC filter in and got 152rwkw. So maybe he jst needs a good service. But then 139rwkws is still a little way off my 146rwkw
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Posted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 6:38 pm 
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you have to realize you can run a car on a dyno 10 times in a row and have a variance of about 10rwkw..
every car comes out of the factory with the same power/torque but every car will get different results on a dyno, just because yours makes more then his doesn't mean yours is healthier.

 

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Posted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 7:24 pm 
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4dlvr wrote:
you have to realize you can run a car on a dyno 10 times in a row and have a variance of about 10rwkw..
every car comes out of the factory with the same power/torque but every car will get different results on a dyno, just because yours makes more then his doesn't mean yours is healthier.


why not state the obvious for a change :roll:

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capa flash box and custom tune.Dyno run showed where mods were done 174.1kws......Car then had a dyno run done at KPM only got 161.9kw??? .


you'll find alot of tuners will give you a huge figure to masturbate over, to show how theyre better than the last place you went to. Ask anyone who's been to Chiptorque :lol:
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Posted: Tue Nov 24, 2009 9:32 pm 
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why do people compare e series to b series, its a different generation. i'm sure the bf's have less power loss from the flywheel
then the e series, 139rwkw sounds a little low to me..is it tuned/serviced.
And werent they asking if the kw's sound right not what you can do to get more lol
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