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Old 12th May 2008, 07:03   #1
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Dyno runs...Stock + Stage 1 Dinan Chip

For your viewing plesure. Did a couple of runs a few weeks back. It's about what I expected.
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Thanks for sharing. Do you have a pre-install dyno runs?
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I am confused due to Marshall's post.
Are both dyno graphs post Dinan software or one pre and the other post?
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Same here, is the 1st one stock and 2nd one with Dinan?
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They both have the same times. I assumed that the second one is
presenting the A/Fs.

BTW, looks like you have a pretty strong beast. Your torque
curve looks good in the low rpm range. Your "dip" at around
3-4k rpm isn't as bad as most that I've seen. Would be interesting
to see another car running on that same dyno.

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Both done the same day with the same configuration. The second image just includes the mixture ratio on the bottom.
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Looks to be the exact same pull (RunFile_004.drf). Next pull would be 005.
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IMO dinan stage 1 is a waste of money, your better off with ess, asr or evo
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Looks to be the exact same pull (RunFile_004.drf). Next pull would be 005.
+1. I think you've mistakenly posted the same run twice. I would
be surprised if both pulls netted the exact same number up to
the 1/100th accuracy.
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Again, we are seeing a rich a/f ratio from the Dinan software.
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