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Updated...

Sorry guys, been SUPER busy with the new house and garage renovation. Ill update the drag list in the next day or 2 also.
 

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But you were close on the 350 minimum

...and I think Mike's a cheater- I bet he strapped his CT26 to one of BP's blowout preventers...
 

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Rob and I just dyno'd at a dyno day today and guess what- we made the EXACT SAME POWER!
Rob (92nsx) -8an oil pick up hose, new oil pump shimmed 7mm, .040 over probes, eagle rods, balanced, HKS 1.2m MHG, BC 1mm over sized valves, BBC springs, BC 272 cams, Aeromotive A1000 AFPR, Lexus AFM, RX7 550's, P & P, Gates Racing T-belt, AEM cam gears, FFIM, fake SSQV bov, FMIC, K&N filter, 3" DP and test pipe, HKS super turbo exh., profec A EBC, BOSS Sr. - P-trim 61mm, GTS housing triple ceramic ball bearing - polished turbo, thermostatic - full flow - remote oiling system
15lbs of boost gave him 417.41 HP and 382.81 TQ.


I made just above what I did on a dyno dynamics dyno- 417.41HP and 391.44 TQ.
 
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What was done on Rob's car between run 006 and run 010?

Also, the power and torque curves are wavy. Why is that different from your other dyno sheet Steve? Did the other dyno's software utilize a 'smoothing' feature and this one doesn't?

The reason I ask is because that looks pretty similar to my last dyno sheet. And as you know, I'm chasing a problem partly based on my wavy power curves...

By the way: There's a "slight" typo up there. 471.41 hp? ;)
 

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We screwed with his fuel pressure- he was running out of pump at the original setting, so we dropped the pressure until the AFR's started to level out. I'm sure he can post up his original CT pull- it went dead rich when boost came on.

These pulls were done on a Dynojet dyno, and according the sheets- it's "CF" is STD with a smoothing factor of 5. <--no idea what they do, but it's info that was not on my previous dyno sheet. It might be contributing to the wavyness of the charts, but I have nfi.
My tuning/previous dyno sheet was on a Dyno Dynamics AWD machine using only the rear rollers.

In all actuality- I was hoping for better numbers using a different dyno, maybe 471.41, perhaps? lol

I should add that these pulls were all done with 86 deg F ambient, with 29% humidity (muggy) and a single blower for the I/C's
 

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Well, you guys did great! And that means that I'm closer to being off the list. AGAIN!!! ;)

I'm going to shoot you a PM. More questions... :)
 

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I'm sure he can post up his original CT pull- it went dead rich when boost came on.
Rob and I just dyno'd at a dyno day today and guess what- we made the EXACT SAME POWER!
Rob (92nsx) -8an oil pick up hose, new oil pump shimmed 7mm, .040 over probes, eagle rods, balanced, HKS 1.2m MHG, BC 1mm over sized valves, BBC springs, BC 272 cams, Aeromotive A1000 AFPR, Lexus AFM, RX7 550's, P & P, Gates Racing T-belt, AEM cam gears, FFIM, fake SSQV bov, FMIC, K&N filter, 3" DP and test pipe, HKS super turbo exh., profec A EBC, BOSS Sr. - P-trim 61mm, GTS housing triple ceramic ball bearing - polished turbo, thermostatic - full flow - remote oiling system
15lbs of boost gave him 417.41 HP and 382.81 TQ.
288 HP & 308 TQ

The mod list for the low #'s

Eagel h beams, probe pistons, MHG, 1mm larger valves, BC 272 cams, port and polish, 3" hks exhaust, 3" dp, no cats, FFIM, FMIC. Im sure I forgetting a few thngs. But this is the base run, OEM fuel, OEM electronics, OEM ct26 set to around 11-12 lbs.

^^^ The 2 dyno times. One with all oem fuel and ct26 and the current one from today that Steve posted.


Well, you guys did great! And that means that I'm closer to being off the list. AGAIN!!! ;)

I'm going to shoot you a PM. More questions... :)
Thank you!!! Dont feel bad the first time I was on the list it lasted like 1 week, lol. Feel free to ask any questions in a pm or in the build thread. One of us should know the answer. I'll update my thread tomorrow.
 

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Just got off the dyno today, made 408.1 hp, 386tq at 17psi on a dyno dynamics unit. Using 92 pump gas on my 7M


[THUMB]http://i432.photobucket.com/albums/qq47/toyotanos/1991%20Toyota%20Supra/DSC00217.jpg[/THUMB]


Mods- LIPP Boss Sr. 61mm p-trim TBB turbo, greddy 720's, mk4 TT pump, afpr, 2.5" hardpipes, 3" IC, tanabe hyper medallion, test pipe, divorced downpipe, custom FFIM, AEM EMS, AEM tru-boost, built bottom end, spec stage 3+ clutch.
Good numbers considering the farily low boost. I can't wait to tune my Boss jr.
 

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new dyno numbers on the new set up, low boost (17psi) 93 octane 90 degrees
017..JPG

vid was just uploaded in the vid thread
 

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What turbo is that again? That is coming on hard well before 4000. I assume it is your 2JZ car.
It's a T67 P trim dual ball bearing .68a/r - all the build details are available here: http://www.supramania.com/forums/showthread.php?117194-The-Mistress

Nice Dave.

How come there's no data before spool?

Oh...and I DEMAND a race! ;)
That just happened to be the best run out of a few dozen that night... and it was in rather shitty conditions, too. Hot fuel in the tank, really high ambient temps etc, etc. This was from a tuning session rather than a shot at a nice fat juicy number - if I were going for the fat number, I'd have a couple runs early in the morning with cold air and cold fuel instead.

You're welcome to line up next to me if you want... I'll even give you a head start.
 

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That just happened to be the best run out of a few dozen that night... and it was in rather shitty conditions, too. Hot fuel in the tank, really high ambient temps etc, etc. This was from a tuning session rather than a shot at a nice fat juicy number - if I were going for the fat number, I'd have a couple runs early in the morning with cold air and cold fuel instead.
I'm sure there's more in her, I was just wondering why the boost data looked different than usual.


I'll even give you a head start.
I'll need...oh...about a 92.7 car headstart. :)


^^ his car is fast and light with super sticky R-compound tires. Pretty hard to beat!
Oh, I know it is! That was just a little competitive banter... Knowing the outcome, it'd still be fun to see how a 400hp 7M compares to a 568hp 2J!

When we were convoying down I5 toward Centralia, he put his foot down a couple of times and you can tell that she wanted to roll! :)
 

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When we were convoying down I5 toward Centralia, he put his foot down a couple of times and you can tell that she wanted to roll! :)
That was well before my last tuning session, too. Probably near 470 at the wheels at the time.

Gary Curmi (Mibrum) Dynoed 1420 to the wheels with the 7m powered dragster. Should be in the #1 spot
Gary needs to login and post a dyno sheet - cripes, I didn't even put *myself* on the list until I had a sheet posted. I don't doubt that he's got that kind of numbers, but this really is meant to be a list of the members here, not a comprehensive list of what's out there. Which means, to get on the list, you have to put in the effort to login and post.
 

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Awesome, Dave! Now I need to get some hard numbers up! I'd be happy just to get a glimpse of my current 15psi range "baseline" with Ian's top-end setup... even though the FFIM is still a ways out there before I swap!

Sheesh, that really is a good hit between 3~4 already!


-crisp
 

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Gary Curmi (Mibrum) Dynoed 1420 to the wheels with the 7m powered dragster. Should be in the #1 spot
How about the video he has on youtube with an MA70 running 8.62 in the original body, unlike the HKS car all those years ago.
 

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I'm sort of surprised but it looks like this might make the list!

613.8 whp @ 22 psi on 93 oct pump, spraying 50/50 methanol/water (590 wtq):

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g292/nickjt/HKS Twin project/dynorun.jpg

2 X GT2860 with TiAL exhaust housings (0.64 a/r)
custom modified HKS twin kit manifolds converted to all V-bands
ported/built head with stock size valves, Ferrea parts
GSC S1 cams
DEFIV modifed stock intake manifold
ETS "custom" FMIC (10"H X 26"W X 3-1/2"T core w/3" nozzles)
AEM v2
AEM meth spray kit
PHR Stg2 fuel system, 850cc Siemens injectors, twin Denso Supra pumps
RMM downpipe, TRD gen2 catback
 
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Gary needs to login and post a dyno sheet - cripes, I didn't even put *myself* on the list until I had a sheet posted. I don't doubt that he's got that kind of numbers, but this really is meant to be a list of the members here, not a comprehensive list of what's out there. Which means, to get on the list, you have to put in the effort to login and post.
He is a member of SM, he just does not log onto any forums very much. In fact many of the worlds most power full 7m's are not on any forums. But I will see if Gary will post here. Just good for the community to see such numbers from the 7m to silence all the 7m haters. He runs a lot of my stuff in his motor so I have a pretty extensive list of mods on his set up. He has a dyno video floating around somewhere.
 

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here is mine



7mgte
pte 67@ 24 psi pump fuel
bc 272
850cc
micro tec lt10
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180k stock bottom end
 

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^How did you pull that off with pump gas?

Are you injecting anything else...water/meth?

VERY nice by the way! :)
 

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Hi Grimjack,

I am very surprised that you do not know about my car......and about me I have been a SM Member if I remember well from the 2004.....I have even posted some pictures,vidoes on this forum.....

Also just to let you know Malta is a very small isalnd around 17miles long with 6 miles width and we have 3 people that have a dyno here and they are not that professionally. the one that I was on last March we have registered 1340 @ 37psi boost unfortunatly this dyno is not with a computer it is with gauges.......

As Rich from SIP said he know all about my car since he send me the parts over and it is with his help that I have these good numbers

Thanks
Gary
 

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Ryan, you're added - although I'm pretty sure the rules say something about having to last more than 10 days before you pop the engine! ;)

Brad, you're added.

Gary, you're added - and yes, I know about the famous Maltese dragster. :) The problem was, the rules say you have to post in this thread to get on the list - otherwise, we'd have a whole lot of crazy entries from folks who don't pop in to answer questions or, worst case, aren't even members here.