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    Thread: VR6 DYNO N/A

    1. Senior Member PowerDubs's Avatar
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      07-02-2007 12:54 AM #26
      I'll be going back to the dyno with my R soon and I also plan on trying a few differernt changeover points for the intake manifold to see what the differences will be.
      Here is my last dyno, more to come soon-

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    3. 07-02-2007 04:52 AM #27
      What the heck kind of N/A 12v/24v VR6 get's this kind of power? What mods do you have this is insane and think record breaking if it's an N/A 12v with no nitrous.

    4. 07-02-2007 08:43 AM #28
      one with more displacement and started with around 230ish hp/tq

      Quote, originally posted by PowerDubs »
      I'll be going back to the dyno with my R soon and I also plan on trying a few differernt changeover points for the intake manifold to see what the differences will be.
      Here is my last dyno, more to come soon-
      Looking for ONE Luff M1 19x8.5 5x112 et48 wheel... please let me know if you have one available.

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      07-04-2007 12:05 AM #29
      Quote, originally posted by VR6DPLMT. »
      What the heck kind of N/A 12v/24v VR6 get's this kind of power? What mods do you have this is insane and think record breaking if it's an N/A 12v with no nitrous.

      Its an R32 brotha.

    7. 07-06-2007 04:28 PM #30
      ha ha

    8. 07-06-2007 04:37 PM #31
      Nice numbers now that I know it's an R32. Well one thing I like is that it holds a nice amount of hp to the end and does dip hardly. Well one thing I wouldn't mind trying to see if you could get the peak a little higher instead of it dipping a little. Is there anyway to tune it so that it doesn't dip and keeps making power to redline. Minus of course turbo,S/C, and nitrous. I'd love to see the same broad powerband but at the sametime have it keep making power. Makes me wish the R32 had something like the K20 series has like Hondata Kpro. Yes Kpro costs around $1200 but the ability to tune every new mod you get to it's maximum efficiency is really nice. Sorry to get off subject it would be nice to break the N/A cycle and get some serious power numbers with the R32 like around 260-280 N/A whp.

    9. Junior Member borys's Avatar
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      07-17-2007 09:59 AM #32
      2.8 vr6
      Ported head
      chip GTO
      2.9 manifold

    10. 08-14-2007 11:03 AM #33
      My most recent with 120k :

      Modified by VRdublove at 10:08 AM 10-14-2007

    11. 08-31-2007 05:07 PM #34
      MY Recent Dyno:

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      09-05-2007 08:32 PM #35
      ~77k miles, OBD2, conefilter no heatshield:

      edit: 2.5" exhaust (1muffler, 2 res, 1 cat).

      Modified by vonfulk at 4:36 PM 9-5-2007

    13. 09-29-2007 04:42 PM #36
      My wifes mk4 ('00) 12v VR6 with just GIAC and AEM CAI. 80k on the motor

    14. 10-01-2007 08:45 PM #37

      1998 Jetta GLX with modded airbox and stock air filter.
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      10-11-2007 06:54 PM #38
      I dont have a graph or remember what kind of dyno but at aprox 70deg in 3rd gear w a ccm o2a and 205/50/15s i did aprox 166 hp and tq w 120k milis, 264 tt cams, 8lb flywheel, tt chip, k&n drop in w stock exhaust, I hope too dyno again soon and get a graph cuz now I have a 2.9 w 2.9 manifold, mild port t body, tt 276, remap, tt 2.5" exhaust, cat delete, cold air, a/c delete and mk4 head gasket
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      11-19-2007 05:06 PM #39
      My latest:

      Baseline was 262s, Mk4 gasket, T2 intake, 42 Draft Test pipe, TT 2.5" with Borla, UR pullies, 11lb flyheel, 3.94s. New numbers are with a Race Shop P&P head, ported intake and exhaust manifolds, ported downpipe and Schrick VGI with flapper mech locked to high.
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    17. 12-02-2007 07:03 AM #40

      Only mod is a DIY CAI

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      12-06-2007 12:42 AM #41
      before I sold it:
      sorry fore the cell phone pic but thats 191.8whp and 189.7trq

      mods were:
      Schrick VGI
      Schrick 268s
      Turn2 CAI
      GIAC chip
      TT 2.5" exhaust
      42 DD test pipe
      gasket matched exhaust manifolds
      downpipes rewelded on outside w/ inside welds ground down

      Modified by LowNotSlow at 11:43 PM 12-5-2007

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      12-22-2007 10:45 PM #42
      i don't have a picture of the graph right now i just got done running on a dynojet.
      after seeing all of these numbers i'm a little disapointed....
      3rd gear pulls and one 4th gear...
      3rd- 165.24 whp, 164.31 wtq
      4th- 159.54 whp, 160.98 wtq
      13.0:1.0 A/F almost all the way across the band.
      mods are:
      autotech 262's
      giac stock tune chip
      cone filter
      2.5 non-mandrel, 42draft test pipe, 1 resonator, stock vr6 muffler
      stock block & head w/ 120k + (MK3 12v)
      now i have two cylinders with 130psi and the rest 150psi.
      i'll have pics up tomorrow.
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    20. 12-28-2007 01:29 PM #43
      here are a few more....

    21. Member dossantos25's Avatar
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      01-10-2008 06:40 PM #44

      First run (blue Dot) was with the airbox and K&N panel filter
      Second run (red dot) was with just a K&N cone on the end of the MAF
      OBD1,stock compression
      stock header,auto tech 2.25 exhaust
      stock plugs and Neuspeed 8mm wires
      stock coilpack
      Magnaflow cat.
      2.9L clone
      no p/s or A/C,lightened pullies and flywheel
      Neuspeed Chip
      Autotech 262s
      K&N cone filter
      This was run in the summer of 2006
      tough to read but its 178whp,168wtq. probably a bit more now as im running a TT 268 cam profile chip and MSD coils.

      Modified by dossantos25 at 5:43 PM 1-10-2008

    22. 01-12-2008 05:55 PM #45
      Interesting read and dyno numbers from the PO of my car...
      I'll have a new dyno graph in about a month or two, I've done a lot since he posted that, so I can't wait to see the numbers.

    23. 02-14-2008 11:29 AM #46
      Here is the dyno of my wifes 1998 gti from just about 2 years ago:
      158k on stock block and head gasket
      autotech LW flywheel
      AMS chip
      UR underdrive pulleys
      Genie header
      TT 2.5 high flow cat and exhaust
      ITs running rich as s...thhinking that it could be the ams chip?
      She ran a 14.88 @ 93.4 before the header and exhaust stuff probally 6 months befor this dyno.
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      put these closer ones in cause i took these pic with my camera...
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      Hope to go back to the dyno and track this summer with new setup:
      port polish head
      gasket matched + ported upper and lower intake mani
      gasket spacers
      SP 263 cams
      genie header
      2.5 test pipe
      TT 2.5 exhaust
      underdrive pulleys
      peliqiun diff
      SP clutch
      lighten fly

    24. 02-14-2008 03:29 PM #47
      The header is lowering your power. Buy used exhaust mani's and port the hell out of them or take them to a machine shop. You get anywhere from 3-7whp from porting your exhaust mani's. You gain/lose power with headers for the VR6. Get the exhaust mani's gasket matched. On the intake if it's a short ram intake get a CAI since after a while the SRI gets heat soak.
      GIAC chip would be a good idea to replace the AMS chip. Also if you can get a someone to tune/install buying an Apexis Super SAFCII would also help you even out your A/F ratio along with a wideband sensor.
      Most of all just get rid of your header it's hurting your power.

    25. 02-27-2008 05:56 PM #48
      3.0L bottom end
      11:1 Ross pistons
      Mild Port and Polish
      Big Valve Head
      Schrick 268 cams
      Neuspeed Lightened pulleys
      2.9L intake manifold (gasket matched)
      ITG cone intake
      Stock exhaust (for now)
      Stock programming (for now)
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      Modified by MySunRoofWorks at 2:00 PM 2-27-2008

    26. 04-04-2008 07:25 PM #49
      open that exhaust and get a nice program and be seeing 220 prob.

    27. Member root beer's Avatar
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      04-05-2008 04:30 PM #50
      4th gear
      First pull w/ the turn2 made 207whp/200lbft
      The second pull with the velocity stack on the maf actually lost power.....the maf clearly likes a smoother airflow....i plan on running a pipe out the headlight for the velocity stack at the track.
      Full motorspecs
      Wiseco 83mm pistons 11:1 comp
      ported head, stock valves
      Ported lower intake and exhaust manis
      2.9 clone upper
      DRC 268's
      turn2 cai
      42dd test pipe
      bildon crank scraper
      7lb flywheel/pulleys
      TT 2.5 exhaust
      you get the idea..

      Modified by root beer at 3:31 PM 4-5-2008
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