Another Prodigy Performance JL Stage 2 Turbo

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    I'll post dyno sheets later, waiting on email. Tune needs some love but still a nice result, gain of 130 rwhp and similar gains in tq.

     
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    I don't know why everyone doesn't just run one of these, power when you want it.

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    Trans cant hold that puppy is the reason :P
     
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    Very interested to see dyno sheet and what kind of mpgs you can achieve on the highway After the tune gets sorted. It's possible it might be better than stock.
     
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    Turbo kits are more about mphs than mpgs. $7000 for something that will definitely get worse gas mileage when it's doing what you bought it for is a bad investment if you care about mpgs.
     
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    #36 Mar 6, 2019
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    here is the dyno sheet they sent, unfortunately its not the one with the best results for some reason. No worries though, its still a nice comparison showing before and after, lol.

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    No image? Please reupload, would love to see the dyno plot.
     
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    Ya I pasted the wrong link, lol. Its fixed.
     
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    The big tires are going to kill your dyno numbers. One because they are harder to turn and two because you can't make a pull in whatever gear the trans has a 1:1 gear ratio. If you want numbers that reflect what a normal car would do I would try to find the smallest lightest wheels you can find and do dyno pull with those on along with the trans in the 1:1 gear.
     
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    Yup, its all just for comparison and tuning. I am 100% not looking for a number, this is a bone stock motor and trans so pushing its limits has never been my goal. Just looking for a nice kick in the pants on a well tuned setup, we are heading in that direction. I knew after we did the baseline pulls that my numbers would never be that impressive but the gains percentage wise, match up. We did our stock pulls in 4th gear so we stuck with 4th gear for the after install pulls. These big tires do like to rattle the dyno on decel, lol.
     
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    Can you post a dyno sheet with AFR's during the pull? A graph with AFRs AND boost would be fantastic.
     
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    #42 Mar 6, 2019
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    AFR's on the canned tune were low 12's and remained flat once the fuel came in. Around 3500 rpm to 6200 rpm. Boost is a consistent 7.5 psi.
     
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    Completely awesome on both counts!!
     
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    82E75FE6-F425-41CE-9C3D-831FEB64556F.jpeg My Dyno test was done with the wheels and tires off to eliminate their effect. This was with the original base tune before the wastegate recall and new tune from Prodigy. I am almost finished with a custom tune from OST Dyno. I will publish a new Dyno test when it is finished. I expect that to be next week.
     
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    Jim are you seeing any significant knock in your logs? How many revisions are you on with your tune? Did you get your wideband incorporated with your data logging with a 0-5v aux input?

    Wish you had a baseline with that same dyno and no wheels. Thats the money shot in my opinion, shows true gains, numbers are going to vary based on dyno's. Anyhow, keep on keeping on.
     
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