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Old 05-12-2005, 23:27   #1 (permalink)
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expected power output?

hey guys, i dont have much info, but a company down here in SA offers a kit for about $3000 which includes an edit with a custom tune, high flow injectors, and a cai, (i think thats it) does anybody know what sort of power you could expect from that, and what sort of quarter mile you are looking to run with a 5 speed? i know its only gonna be a ballpark figure, and it really depends on the driver, but a rough estimate is what im looking for... thanks.
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from what ive heard about 300fwkw's or around 240 rwkw's.
dont get me wrong though as i am no tuning expert im just going off the top of my head from what i have heard.

id say about a mid to high 13 as well

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thats cheap i got quated $ 10.000 for an extra 60 rwkw . They think money grows on trees
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hey guys, i dont have much info, but a company down here in SA offers a kit for about $3000 which includes an edit with a custom tune, high flow injectors, and a cai, (i think thats it) does anybody know what sort of power you could expect from that, and what sort of quarter mile you are looking to run with a 5 speed? i know its only gonna be a ballpark figure, and it really depends on the driver, but a rough estimate is what im looking for... thanks.
it should make around 250 to 270rwkws and as for the quarter mile time mid to high 13 being a manual
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This is a dead stock XR6T with a custom edit i did tonight. Need to gap the plugs to fix the little flutter in the power graph.

Its an auto aswell.
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Exactly how much did it cost to get that result? Not including labour, and what would be involved in shipping all parts to vic 3220
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Exactly how much did it cost to get that result? Not including labour, and what would be involved in shipping all parts to vic 3220
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If your reffering to the graph i put up? Thats my custom tune, i can that one to you for 1695.00 plus freight including the flasher box. PM me if you want any more details.
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Sorry, i got the impression the graph you posted was for the edit you did lastnight. What is involved in "Your custom tune" parts wise ? Will i need to change the exhaust system etc.
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Mate its the same thing! He uses the standard edit software, but adds some extra tweaking to maximise performance - referred to as "custom tune". Correct me if I'm wrong Simon.
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This is a dead stock XR6T with a custom edit i did tonight. Need to gap the plugs to fix the little flutter in the power graph.

Its an auto aswell.
I know this is off the topic but why is there a fly on that dyno sheet? You need to clean the scanner
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