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05-28-2015 11:51 PM
XP racing

Hey guys, been a while since I been on here, I talked to Brett yesterday about tuning my car. A guy I know recommended him, anyway seemed like a decent guy, actually gave me a different direction to go. I am slightly irritated at trinity, they haven't come out with a tuner yet for my car. Brett said he would recommend me to get long tube headers and hi flow cats and then a tune. Anyhow I guess I am at the point of the least expensive mod starting out at $750 or better. I still have not seen many upgrades for the 2015, Brett also said there aren't many companies out that have been able to unlock the new system, anyone hear or know of this? Also I can't figure out why my rear tires are showing signs of wear, I had to rotate them about 1000 miles back, oh I am now at 4400 miles now.......hmmmm lol if anyone has any suggestions let me know..haha anyway hi everyone and I hope you have a great day!
05-24-2015 04:24 PM
DaBeast Well Kevin think "DEPENDS" next rip out. I understand your thrill because you have never been down the track in a fast car so get used to it. If you think your Dyno had anything to do with your driving for sure you can say you got your money’s worth lol. That’s why they are called "Warm and Fuzzy Feel Good Numbers". As you know Dodge Heavily Advertised the HC Challenger to do those type numbers on the track, all though they seldom did, but if you can, again you get what you paid for and shouldn't be surprised. Getting a stock car advertised to run mid 14's or maybe 13's and then taking it out and running 14's and 13's is no big deal. The manufacture expects you to do that or they wouldn't have built it. What they don't expect are people who take it to the next level and put up numbers in the 13's and 12's or in your case getting it into the low 10's or mid 9's. A good example of taking it to the next level is Travis. He has been working hard getting the Bee to that next level and has done it and is no doubt going to keep tweaking out another hundredth or tenth of a second here and there. When you finally get your numbers consistent to with-in one or two tenths of a second pass after pass then you will be set for the next level and ready to take Travis on heads up lol. Well maybe you should spot him a length or two. lol Enjoy the ride.....
05-24-2015 01:14 AM
rednug I know my numbers had me feeling really good. And my 11.3 quarter mile, on stock tires @32 psi, made me almost pee my pants.
05-23-2015 04:06 PM
DaBeast Hey Pistolgripwant2B I see you noticed the disparity in standard parasitic loss numbers for an Automatic Transmissions also. If you’re looking for real numbers and not the all "Warm and Fuzzy Feel Good" numbers most dyno guys throw at new bees, use the nationally recognized 20% loss (this for Automatic Transmissions) or 15% for manual transmissions. These two figures will get you really close to real numbers not the feel good ones. TBT its probably more like 18% and 23% for the newer cars since they added Two more gears in the Automatic and an Oil pump in some of the manual transmissions. The only way to know if your tuned right is to pull a couple plugs from each bank after you make a pass and adjust your fuel and timing (If you have a Tuner) according to what the plugs are telling you. If you don’t know how to read a plug, look around at the track you’ll see a lot of guys who do and are probably reading some right then. Realistic RWHP numbers for a 6.2 hemi with Automatic are 565.6 at 20% or 579.74 at 18%. Remember that both the Automatic and Manual Transmission cars are identical in Engine HP but they will produce quite different dyno results. Also remember, when you add more turning parts (two gears, bearings clutches, pump etc.) you are increasing parasitic loss not the other way around. If a dyno shop does not have complete access to the vital calibration codes they are just approximating adjustments and results
05-23-2015 01:20 PM
PistolgripWant2B That's less than a 12% loss. I think that's pretty good. My 392 was had 14% loss. 409 from 475.
04-01-2015 06:27 AM
Originally Posted by ObnoXious392 View Post
The numbers are calculated to wheels. You account for the loss to the wheels 707 is advertised from the motor.
Dam, that seems like a lot of loss lol, but i dont much about it.
03-31-2015 12:09 PM
ObnoXious392 The numbers are calculated to wheels. You account for the loss to the wheels 707 is advertised from the motor.
03-24-2015 09:08 AM
panther3769 So, this is going to be a noob question, sorry, how come your max power is 625, when I thought is was advertised at 707?
03-24-2015 03:45 AM
DaBeast 87 octane ??? Really
03-23-2015 02:03 AM
rednug I filled up with gas right behind Travis. Even used the same pump. Something must have been up with the 10% ethanol 87 octane gas. I think the wavy line was from the guy's foot trembling while he was pushing down on the gas pedal. honestly, I didn't notice anything on the chart except MAX POWER=624.63.
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