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I run 93 and just installed stage 1 on Mon. I noticed some good gains. I picked up a couple psi, boost kicks in much faster, and 3rd gear pulls much harder. It was definetly worth the money. If you got extra $ I would go with stage 2, if not stage 1 is chillin.
 

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red95hondakillr said:
Well im stock and just dynoed my car last night, i run 93 here in NC, and i got on my highest run 244hp 272tq and my stg1 is on the way :clap:

Thats just awesome. I can't imagine what you would be if you had a stage 2. Unless I am missing something. I guess the hp from dodge is still under rated?
 

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Stage2 w/o toys on 93oct with only performance filter.

1st gear , maybe 2psi more, enough to feel a power increase espically in part throttle.

2nd gear, pulls like a bat out of hell, really comes alive mid rpm where it peaked for stock but now boost near 18-20+ for an extra surge up to near 6k instead of 5k.

3rd gear, pulls like a raped ape compared to stock. doesn't even seem like 70mph is even on the speedo, 65, 80, 90+ in a blink of an eye.

4th haven't play much here in high rpm, mostly in the mid rpms due to being a tall gear and having no need to do 100+ mph.

5th gas saver, still spools faster than stock :) I love the semi truck turbo sound to scare wannabe racers or other cars on the highway :)
 

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red95hondakillr said:
Well im stock and just dynoed my car last night, i run 93 here in NC, and i got on my highest run 244hp 272tq and my stg1 is on the way :clap:
Wow, that's a nice torque number there.

If you guys don't mind, I'd like to know what brand of gas you're running and your location, i.e., average temp, altitude, etc, basically anything relevant to your power numbers.
 

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ok heres the story. car would start and run forever, but put in gear it would stall. well it winds up being a bad 3 bar map sensor, so it cant be had due to all the stg 2 kits undelivered. so back to stg 1 and tcc wastegate some small tuning tricks with my map clamp and i dont know why i bought stage 2 holy shit it pulls way better and safe a/f and egts. as soon as my new map comes in you can buy my stg 2 kit asap for reflash.next is compressor upgrade from tcc and ill be happy with 300 or so HP. :clap: :jester: :hi:
 

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mine are below
 

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solar04 said:
I don't have stage 1 yet, but I made 275hp, 305tq with ed tip mod and agp wga, stock was like 235hp 255tq
dude are you sure..those numbers seem a lil inflated..i remember seeing you at the dyno for your stock run..i have the same mods as you and im not pushing 275 whp//not close.....the most your pushing is 250..
 

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NBSRT04 said:
dude are you sure..those numbers seem a lil inflated..i remember seeing you at the dyno for your stock run..i have the same mods as you and im not pushing 275 whp//not close.....the most your pushing is 250..

possibly, however the temp at that dyno day was like 90(I think) and the humidity was high. Also that was before I fixed boost leaks. The numbers that day were 220hp, 266tq with boost fluctuating between 15-17, only holding 12 at redline. With this setup, after tightening all the pressure pipes(which were all loose) I went to a different dyno in RI on that wednesday. forgive the rant, but the dynom I now go to is a dyno-dynamics superflow dyno, which reads 20% less than a dynojet, so I only made 195whp(247flywheel) and 230wtq(265flywheel tq) these were under similar conditions tom the dyno day in worcester,almost 90, high humidity). My last trip to the dyno to fine tune agp wga, after 10 pulls(car was definitely heat soaked) I was making repeatable runs at 230whp(275flywheel hp) and 260wtq(305flywheel tq). So long story short due to the differences between dynos, the flywheel numbers I get now, are within 5-10hp of the wheel hp numbers from a dynojet under equal(more or less)weather conditions. Also for what its worth I couldn't hit more than 17psi on dyno, I actually hit fuel cut once and the boost was only16.5-17psi. However, on the ride home, after the intercooler was cooled off driving down the highway the same adjustments were giving me 18psi.
 

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flywheel hp and whp is completely different..almost everyone goes by wheel..as far as my setup goes i hold 16-17 psi to redline..
 

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NBSRT04 said:
flywheel hp and whp is completely different..almost everyone goes by wheel..as far as my setup goes i hold 16-17 psi to redline..
also,wheelhp from 2 different dynos is also completely different,I.E. 266wheel tq on one dyno, and 225-230wheel tq on the other dyno. or 220wheel hp with boost leaks on one dyno, 195 wheel hp on the other dyno WITHOUT boost leaks. So, I use the numbers I get for flywheel power because they are within 5-10 hp/torque of the wheel hp/torque from a dynojet which 99% of the people use. Also, the official conversion from the superflow wheel numbers to dynojet wheel numbers is to add 20%. EX 230wheel hp + 20%(46) equals 276hp, and255 wheel tq +20%(50) equals 305tq. sorry about the edit
 
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