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Going to Dyno the NB today to baseline, what do you think she will pull

Old 01-05-2012, 11:06 AM
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Default Going to Dyno the NB today to baseline, what do you think she will pull

I'm going to be attempting to do a MS3/MS3X build this winter and found a race shop only 30 minutes away thanks to diyautotune that knows Megasquirts. I'm taking her in today to do a baseline run.

The only "Mod" I have is a mazdaspeed intake cam. When doing my timing belt, I borked my cam. Long story, too much beer and late in the evening, I neglected to properly torque the cam gear down and it spun off breaking the post on the camshaft.
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Originally Posted by flying_solo View Post
I'm going to be attempting to do a MS3/MS3X build this winter and found a race shop only 30 minutes away thanks to diyautotune that knows Megasquirts. I'm taking her in today to do a baseline run.

The only "Mod" I have is a mazdaspeed intake cam. When doing my timing belt, I borked my cam. Long story, too much beer and late in the evening, I neglected to properly torque the cam gear down and it spun off breaking the post on the camshaft.
wow that must have been an exciting experience lol.

what year and mileage?
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109whp
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That's my guess as well.
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113-115whp.
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depends on the dyno though
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True track. This number isn't as important and the differential once we complete the tune. You guys thinks its too much to think with a MS3, Better Exhaust, Header, Mild Cam I could see 30 more HP at the wheels after the tune? I'm thinking to tune for 93.
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113 dynojet
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