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Old 22 Jun 2004, 10:07 pm
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Has anyone done any dyno figures on mods after installs. I am new to turbo cars and want to get the best bang for my mod dollar. so far, from what I have read on the website it looks like a boost controlier, waste gate, S1, and a fuel management system. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank's.
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Old 22 Jun 2004, 10:15 pm
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The only posted dyno sheets I've seen were for Adam's (03baggedturbo) CAI/UCP kit. You can read the thread about it at http://www.ptcruiserlinks.com/forum/...51&whichpage=1 and see the dyno sheets at his website http://www.prototypepower.com

My car was used for the dyno runs - 3 consistent "control" pulls followed by 3 consistant "after" pulls. We showed an increase of 30HP at the front wheels, but you have to keep in mind all the variables present between dyno's, technicians, cars, ambient temps, etc.
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Old 23 Jun 2004, 07:08 pm
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Welcome to the forum MACH MAN. Thought you might find this interesting:

[u]Road and Track</u> (June 2003) reported that after a dynamometer test of the Mitsubishi TD04LR turbocharged engine in the Dodge SRT-4 (same engine as used in the 2003 PT Cruiser GT) the output at the crankshaft was 238 bhp which is 23 bhp more than than claimed by the manufacturer. The findings, after subtracting 16 bhp for drivetrain loss, showed the turbocharged engine sends 222 bhp and 246 pound feet of torque to its front wheels. When Chrysler was asked about this because they rate the GT Turbo at 215 bhp they indicated that "It's always better to be a little conservative on your power ratings."

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