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Hey guys.. I know everyone here has been itching to see a Dyno sheet of the BSR Ppc Kit on a R. I got the Car dynod tonight and my only mod right now ( installing Exhaust and BMC filter in 3-4 weeks) is the BSR only.
Wow.. The gains are amazing BSR doesn't Lie I got 32 whp Gain and 34 t/q from my stock Dyno
I will do another Dyno run when I get my exhaust and Bmc Filter.
It's not easy finding a AWD Dyno but we are lucky we have a Local shop here that has one.

I will post Pics / Video / Dyno sheets

Enjoy.

Pic of Dyno

http://img206.imageshack.us/my...k.jpg

Video of Dyno Run

http://media.putfile.com/Dyno-Run-with-Bsr-Ecu

Dyno sheets
Stock ( actually I hit 232 whp on 1st run) other runs were abit lower and didn't record that number but stock was 232 whp

Stock Graph

http://img113.imageshack.us/my...e.jpg

Bsr Ecu Graph ( also hit 262 whp in one run)

http://img162.imageshack.us/my...f.jpg
 

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Re: Got my 06 GT R Dynod Tonight With BSR PPC KIT...Videos and Pics of Dyno Runs (zigger)

Since zigger still hasn't quite got the hang of posting pics...






 

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Re: Got my 06 GT R Dynod Tonight With BSR PPC KIT...Videos and Pics of Dyno Runs ("R" Kelly)

That is very similar to 30-35hp gains recorded by my G-Tech on my friends R.



Thanks for taking the time to dyno and post. http://********************/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Got my 06 GT R Dynod Tonight With BSR PPC KIT...Videos and Pics of Dyno Runs ("R" Kelly)

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What seems to be apparent from the charts is that the torque comes on much earlier with the PPC. Why the frig are the RPMs going down for the first four readings from L-R on the stock chart? Is that BOG?

From the seat test, with the latest version of the PPC software, the low end torque is "right there". The car is just soooo much more drivable with it.
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Re: Got my 06 GT R Dynod Tonight With BSR PPC KIT...Videos and Pics of Dyno Runs (vizwiz)

If you look at the stock curve, it appears that there are a couple of gear changes in there - that why the rpms drop. Once it is in top gear, rpms increase all the way. On the second chart, it looks like they didn't start the chart until it was in top gear. This must be a GT based on the hp & torque curves during the shifts??
 

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Re: (needsdecaf)

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Vizwiz:

Think you're seeing things. To me it looks like 22XXX, 25XX, 28XX, 29XX, 30XX RPM's.

That's the tuned chart. The stock chart goes down. If it's due to a gear shift then I guess we should just throw away the first 4 readings for comparison.
 

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That's the tuned chart. The stock chart goes down. If it's due to a gear shift then I guess we should just throw away the first 4 readings for comparison.

Yep, see what you're looking at, my bad.
 

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Re: Got my 06 GT R Dynod Tonight With BSR PPC KIT...Videos and Pics of Dyno Runs (zigger)

zigger,

Is there any noticeable difference with regard to how smooth the engine is at idle, or while revving/accelerating? Any other tradeoffs you can think of?Thanks - Tryg
 

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Re: (Dyno)

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Sure would be nice if someone could figure out how to plot boost, timing, A/F, and torque/power on the same chart. We could all then be apprentices in the chipmaker's black art.

I might have some tricks for that. But what would be the goals of using that system? What would you be looking for? Can the tuner's objective be modelled by a system of linear equations in those dimensions?
 

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Can the tuner's objective be modelled by a system of linear equations in those dimensions?
Whoa! Getting ahead of ourselves, I think. There is a discipline known as Model-Based Control, but that's a story for another day.

No, I was just pondering the choices and compromises that a tuner must make...

Do I add a little more boost here or add some timing?
Which is more robust against heat and low octane -- adding timing or adding boost?
Which chips are running the ragged edge? Which have more margin?
Do I add fuel to avoid knock or keep it lean to maximize power?
Which chips do a better job of boost spike control?
Does the ECU pull out timing during a normal dyno run?

A more comprehensive data set would give us better insight into those expensive little black boxes.

That's why we're here, right?
 
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