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Yea they tried in 3rd but they did the got much wheel spin. All the rest were 4th gear
As for e85 I have a base tune for it and I just have to up the timing and boost and watch the injector duty cycle. Whatelse I need to do?

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Just start at lower boost level and monitor your AFRs. Log it and keep and eye out on the IDC. You shouldnt need to increase the timing on duster base tune.

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Alright will try that

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Yea they tried in 3rd but they did the got much wheel spin. All the rest were 4th gear
As for e85 I have a base tune for it and I just have to up the timing and boost and watch the injector duty cycle. Whatelse I need to do?
Before you let them do any performanc upgrades, you should know what your car is doing. First off you should be dynoing in 4th gear. Always dyno the car in the gear that is closest to a 1:1 ratio, and with our cars that would be fourth. Next before you decide what to do, dyno and get an a/f chart to see if you are too rich, too lean etc... Then also dyno with a scan tool like a modis or other item to see if you are a) getting any knock, and b) is the car pulling an timing from it.... because if you have bad a/f's or pulling timing from knock, just fixing those issues will add plenty of HP without having to do any "mods"
BTW my s3 car puts down 391 whp......

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I did 294hp and 297tq with a 19psi spike on cali 91 with my stock s3. Car was mostly stock. No tune or tuner on the car. You were there for this dyno day Ralph @ ST.
Exactly! That's why I'm wondering why the OP is so concerned 308 on 91 octane piss.



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well he already said the problem. He is listening to a Honda tuner. I got 120 more HP went i went from dynocomp to AGPs guys at UMS tuning.

Its all in who is doing the work. I am not dissing Honda's i have had 12 second Honda's but i didnt have the work done by the same people on my SRT.

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320whp on 91 isnt bad
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Well I guess you know why your #s were a lol low now.

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You can spend your money wisley and perform the mods yourself (most of them) all the while learning the tunning, modding, and wrenching fundamentals online (this site) and making friends and talking to them. Or, you can spend 10 times the ammount of money and learn nothing.

Your choice.

I vote you read up on the Tech section, maybe even get some books to peak your interest. I have learned a lot from these forums over the years. I am still learning, and enjoying my car, and the fellowship of the SRT-4 enthusiast community.

I have made a few videos on Youtube to show some installs, and even a bit of Dataviewer to help some new comers out. There are may like me, in fact most with more knowledge, to help you out here. The members of this site aren't some Honda guys with spare time and empty wallets. The sites members are comprised from a range of burger flipping herra flush owners, to 10 second running engineers, lab techs, machinists, professonal racers, and weekend warriors.

We will school you, teach you, and give you the best advice we know how. Our advice and experience is based on both tried and true methods, and the ocassional mad scientest days, all thrown in with good conversation and well intention.

Stay away from the drama. When you see it, ignore it. I do.

If you stick with us, and ignore the JDM land saviors and snake oil sales men, you will fill that tiny little brain with tiny little bullets of knowlege. That's a Wayans brothers referance. MESSAGE!

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You can spend your money wisley and perform the mods yourself (most of them) all the while learning the tunning, modding, and wrenching fundamentals online (this site) and making friends and talking to them. Or, you can spend 10 times the ammount of money and learn nothing.

Your choice.

I vote you read up on the Tech section, maybe even get some books to peak your interest. I have learned a lot from these forums over the years. I am still learning, and enjoying my car, and the fellowship of the SRT-4 enthusiast community.

I have made a few videos on Youtube to show some installs, and even a bit of Dataviewer to help some new comers out. There are may like me, in fact most with more knowledge, to help you out here. The members of this site aren't some Honda guys with spare time and empty wallets. The sites members are comprised from a range of burger flipping herra flush owners, to 10 second running engineers, lab techs, machinists, professonal racers, and weekend warriors.

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Stay away from the drama. When you see it, ignore it. I do.

If you stick with us, and ignore the JDM land saviors and snake oil sales men, you will fill that tiny little brain with tiny little bullets of knowlege. That's a Wayans brothers referance. MESSAGE!
On the don't be a Menace reference. To teh OP that's good advice. Listen to it

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I am concerend about your car spinning on the dyno. It shouldn't be.

If it had 700hp then it might, but 300?

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3rd gear and a no good strap down or an Awd dyno are ez to spin tire.





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The OP has done numerous more mods on his car since this post, along with the full switch to e85 and a dialed in tune from duster for it, and his cars performance is reflecting it.
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The OP has done numerous more mods on his car since this post, along with the full switch to e85 and a dialed in tune from duster for it, and his cars performance is reflecting it.
Then why the heck is Mole' bumping it?

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Then why the heck is Mole' bumping it?
Bc the OP just picked up a new turbo from him the other day lol

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