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    Post your stock 6G72 Wheel Horsepower numbers

    I am doing a statistics project and need to gather data. It's an intro to statistics class so outside variables (turbos, dyno type, altitude, etc etc) don't really matter as long as I just get the data. Only variable I'd want to keep linear is that it's a stock 6G72.

    Post a dyno sheet or virtual dyno graph if you have one! List of mods would also be appreciated but not necessary.

    Thanks!

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    This is my dyno sheet
    The car was entirely stock at the time
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    It sure looks stock, so it must be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 91STT View Post
    This is my dyno sheet
    The car was entirely stock at the time
    Wow, those are pretty impressive numbers considering drivetrain loss going to the wheels.

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    299.5 awhp 363 Torque
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91STT View Post
    This is my dyno sheet
    The car was entirely stock at the time
    Is this TT or NA? Assuming TT because the NA's are something like 220 at the crank right?

    What is our drive train loss %?

    I am actually pretty clueless here. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADMarc View Post
    Wow, those are pretty impressive numbers considering drivetrain loss going to the wheels.
    All stock TT's on our dyno make around 235-250 awhp... depending if they are 1st or 2nd gens.

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    Thanks guys keep the numbers coming!

    I meant stock motor numbers though, so if people want to post their 13Ts, 19Ts, 16Gs and all that then please do. I need at least 30 numbers!

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    I made 403 with a built engine and 15gs with a bad tune. I lost the dyno sheet but I did it at 3sx's dyno day.

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    I just did one on my iPhone with dynolicious, however accurate that may be, and it said I had 348hp. That was with 2x175lbs people and a full tank, I put the weight at 4050lbs and drivetrain loss as 28%. 13T's with 8.5:1 @ 12psi.

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    Oct 17, 2010 0:49
    Acceleration

    0-10 MPH: 1.04 sec
    0-20 MPH: 1.78 sec
    0-30 MPH: 2.54 sec
    0-40 MPH: 3.40 sec
    0-50 MPH: 5.36 sec
    0-60 MPH: 6.61 sec
    0-70 MPH: 8.03 sec
    0-80 MPH: 10.27 sec
    0-90 MPH: 12.39 sec
    0-100 MPH: 14.73 sec
    Elapsed Time






    60': 2.62 sec @ 30.1 MPH
    330': 6.59 sec @ 58.2 MPH
    1/8 mi: 9.78 sec @ 76.9 MPH
    1000': 12.52 sec @ 88.6 MPH
    1/4 mi: 14.79 sec @ 99.4 MPH
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    Max Speed: 100.6 MPH
    Max Acceleration: 0.83 G's
    Peak Horsepower: 348 HP

    Generated by Dynolicious
    As you can see, my 2nd gear syncro is shot. I remember someone having a thread about doing a crossword in-between 1st and 2nd. I challenge you to the slowest shift ever. I personally think the times are off, plus add in the bad 2nd gear syncro, I bet it would be a solid 12.00 car if it were to all be fixed. Can't wait to see what it does with 550's @ 23psi. I have all of the mods, just need to install them and figure out how to tune with EMU.
    Last edited by blindmist; 10-17-2010 at 06:09 PM.

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    13T's- 439awhp 17psi Torque was around 400 but don't remember exactly.

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