1UZ TT MK3 from Germany Dyno

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  1. turbotalon1g

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    Is that really 500hp and 700TQ?
    That is badass.
     
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    No, more than 500whp and 800 Nm TQ! :D

    Many thanks!
    Alex
     
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    Nice, great video! those are some great number at .9 bar. Interesting to see the power and torque still peaks in the areas it does in a stock engine.
     
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    Not really seeing it uses the stock intake ;) I've discussed this in a number of threads (and other forums) as the main influencer of the torque/hp curve....go shorter intake runner and instant gains as the top end no longer rolls over so soon (even with the stock cams).
     
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    Intake

    Hey Justen!

    I read that a few times and it's on my "to do list" to make a new intake + TB. But first I will upgrade the fuel system to run E85, then increase the boost and record the numbers on the dyno. After that I will modify the intake and go back on the dyno to see the difference. At the end I will call Kelford to send me some nice cams for my application. ...and yes, back on the dyno...;)

    Alex
     
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    Good plan Alex.....not that you're lacking for grunt at present ;)
     
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    Well done,

    Awesome build and I like the video with a great choice of music.
     
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    Hey Cobber!

    Many thanks for your compliments and your comment on youtube! ;)

    Best regrads
    Alex
     
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    Awesome project man!! Love the MK3 body style. Very mean!!
     
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    Hello,

    In September we was at the Dyno in Luebeck (Germany). I would like to show you the results and I’m happy to see some increased numbers instead the dyno runs from 2009. I will open another thread where I will post the new specs and some pictures...

    All runs in fifth gear...

    Power @ the crank:
    590hp; 774Nm @ 0.9bar
    682hp; 884Nm @ 1.3bar
    739hp; 958Nm @ 1.5bar


    I have to do some boost control fine tuning. Have a look at the torque curve and you know what I mean. It could look a little bit smoother.
     
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    First run with 1.5 bar...

    [​IMG]
     
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    2nd run with 1.3 bar...

    [​IMG]
     
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    3rd run with WG spring pressure. 0.9 bar...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Alex, your peak torque is coming in pretty low, perhaps try retarding the cams?

    Am I remembering correctly that you made some adjustable cam gears for this engine?
     
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    John,
    you could be right. But I had a little bit overboost in the low revs at the dyno. So the low peak torque is caused from that overboosting too. But I agree with you to retard the cam timing a bit. I'm planing to build adjustable cam gears for the next season.
     
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