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Old 07-24-2008, 12:52 PM   #1
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anyone dyno a nordic stage 4 viggen?

what kind of power are you guys putting down? what temp and what kind of dyno?

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Old 07-24-2008, 01:03 PM   #2
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It should be around 270whp / 290ft lbs
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It should be around 270whp / 290ft lbs
I think he is looking for 1st hand experience
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Umm where did you pull that number from?

PAViggen dyno'd on Nick T's dyno which is a bit more accurate(reads a bit lower) than a Dynojet.

His numbers were 258whp and 318tq I think.

On a Dynojet, who knows. In tip top shape I am expecting my car to do 260-270whp and 315-320tq on one.
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If it's that dyno in the northeast (the benchmark of all dynos), you will see 400whp and 525 wtq.
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If it's that dyno in the northwest (the benchmark of all dynos), you will see 500whp and parts on the floor.
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Northwest.


It's in the northwest.


Also, those numbers seem to be pretty right on.
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Umm where did you pull that number from?

PAViggen dyno'd on Nick T's dyno which is a bit more accurate(reads a bit lower) than a Dynojet.

His numbers were 258whp and 318tq I think.

On a Dynojet, who knows. In tip top shape I am expecting my car to do 260-270whp and 315-320tq on one.

i made 313wtq on a mustang dyno.....
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Old 07-24-2008, 04:00 PM   #10
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Naw, it looks like it should be right about 315

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i made 313wtq on a mustang dyno.....
On a mustang?... very nice! that would be interesting to see on a more accurate dyno!
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mustangs read low.....
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i made 313wtq on a mustang dyno.....
Yea, they can make any dyno read whatever they want, but if the mustang dyno was set up right and you made 313wtrq, that would be about 351 wtrq on a dynojet and there have been a few cars making that much in an all out torque spike with boost hitting 27-29psi.

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I dyno'd 292 hp 322 ftlbs to the wheels at aprox 1200 ft elevation, Tucson, AZ....mustang dyno.
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I dyno'd 292 hp 322 ftlbs to the wheels at aprox 1200 ft elevation, Tucson, AZ....mustang dyno.
I couldn't imagine that would be on a 15T. Maybe if there is some kind of crazy correction factor at work there.

I dont think I have ever seen any 15T Viggen dyno over 275whp.
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Drews car is a good case for a 15T with a 6cm2 making 270+ WHP with his OG9-3 SE HOT.
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but also on a 2.0, right? Thats pretty impressive.
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Sorry, the 292hp/322tq WAS 18t 6cm2 with green giant injectors w/3.5 FPR, still with T7 cams + Nordic SW, but before the E85 SW and the larger injectors. Nick T. called the tune stage 3+, from what I've seen on the site here I guessed it's what's being called stage 4? I'll dyno the E85 soon. It feels significantly stronger, I'll post when I have.

Ambient temps the day we dyno'd around 75 degrees and we had 2 large fans cooling her down too.

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Sorry, the 292hp/322tq WAS 18t 6cm2 with green giant injectors w/3.5 FPR, still with T7 cams + Nordic SW, but before the E85 SW and the larger injectors. Nick T. called the tune stage 3+, from what I've seen on the site here I guessed it's what's being called stage 4? I'll dyno the E85 soon. It feels significantly stronger, I'll post when I have.

Ambient temps the day we dyno'd around 75 degrees and we had 2 large fans cooling her down too.
Thats a bit more than we were asking for in this thread.....for most of us stage 3+/4 is IC, turbo inlet, catback, downpipe, 3.5FPR and tune. That usually comes out to 250-270whp.
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