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Old 03-03-2004, 04:52   #1 (permalink)
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Stok-eb Dyno Power Run

Hay guys just got took my car on a dyno for the first time and did the car shock me with the power read out it gave me, The guy running the dyno was more shocked then me lol, My first run on the dyno was
215.5 rwhp @ 5245 rpm
745.4 lb.ft @ 3819 rpm
And my last run was a small improvement
210klw at the flywheel
160klw@the wheels
216.4 rwhp @ 5338 rpm
748.8 lb-ft @ 3866 rpm
I was told that i needed a fuel reg and also to get my rev limiter cut out, Rev limiter was cutting in to soon which ment i could get more power out of the engine if the limiter wasnt there. Once i have the fuel reg and the limiter cut out ill be taking the car back for another run, hopefully i can get my car in the 170-180rwklw
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That aint bad going!

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Nice work you lucky bugger!!
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nice work, now how did you do it...
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Fantastic work Hus!!! Sounds like a few GenIII Commodores will be seeing the tail lights of the STOKEB.
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Fantastic work Hus!!! Sounds like a few GenIII Commodores will be seeing the tail lights of the STOKEB.
what a Gen 3 running on 7 cylinders
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what a Gen 3 running on 7 cylinders
his EB doesn't carry half the worlds supply of sheet metal like your ute :D some veeeeeery good numpers there, thats getting up into turbo territory!
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what a Gen 3 running on 7 cylinders
I think this car has run a best of 14.39 down the 1/4. That would be enough to take a stock VTII or VXSS.

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What mods has STOKeb done?
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Awesome, be sure to post some power figures once the bugs have been ironed out!! What's planned after the current problems are tended to?? How much more can be done?? I'd assume after this it'd start becoming pretty expensive to squeeze power outta the beast??
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