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Old 10-14-2013, 03:06 PM
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Default Dyno run with Unichip and Bolt ons

This is the dyno sheet of my car all bolt-ons, no tuning and Unichip.
I brought the Unichip without the Flux display, but later on I Got the Flux display. I only have two maps, the first run was made with map 2, and the second with map one. I'm still confused on which map is what but here are the results.
Map 1 180whp

Map 1 and 2 comparisson

In the first run I used map 2 on the flux display *is not the same map if you brought he whole kit* and the air and fuel mixture got a little crazy at 5,000 rpm, I gained 176.69 whp with 174.91tq While using Map 1, 180.31whp with 172.97tq and the air fuel mix was almost perfect. If you where skeptical about Unichip you are wrong it does work, and you can beat a Civic SI with no problems.
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Dezod Red header
Megan Racing 60mm Exhaust
Injen CAI
NST pulley
UNICHIP
The engine has not been touched everything is just bolt-ons
If any body gets better results please post them.


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Did you do a dyno run before the unichip?
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Before and after results running on the same dyno will remove peoples' skepticism. These are just "after" results.

We would need to see what that particular dyno says before any of your bolt-ons in order to tell what you actually achieved.

All different sorts of dynos will give you all sorts of numbers. This dyno says 180 to the wheels when another will say 170 to the wheels when a third will say 200 to the wheels.

This doesn't really prove much. And I'd still imagine a factory Si would not lie down as easily as you think it would. Especially considering the money you spent on all those bolt-ons. At this point, you've probably spent more money than the guy with the factory Si.
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People wanted numbers and I just gave numbers with the Unichip on. I don't want people to be or not to be skeptical, Unichip doesn't sponsor me or anything like that. I like doing videos, so I made one.


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Originally Posted by Quenepa View Post
If you where skeptical about Unichip you are wrong
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I don't want people to be or not to be skeptical
Got it.
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Yeah, lets take the car back to stock just to have it dynoed again. Either way you look at it it's still almost a 20whp gain from stock no matter the dyno.

And yes, he did run an 07 Si stock, and beat it.
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Maybe you aren't understanding the point of a baseline dyno run so I'll do my best to explain.

You can't say something like "no matter the dyno" because all dynos will give you different measurements of power from the same engine. There are some dynos out there that have shown 180whp from a stock tC2. As a result of this variance, you need to do all your runs on the same dyno. Even if that dyno gives overrated or underrated numbers, you nevertheless still have a baseline that you can use to measure actual results. Also as a result of that variance, you can't compare your dyno results with the factory rated Toyota numbers.

Why do you think the first response to OP was asking about a baseline without the unichip? So at this point, nobody (including OP) has any idea what the actual gain is.
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Maybe you aren't understanding the point of a baseline dyno run so I'll do my best to explain.

You can't say something like "no matter the dyno" because all dynos will give you different measurements of power from the same engine. There are some dynos out there that have shown 180whp from a stock tC2. As a result of this variance, you need to do all your runs on the same dyno. Even if that dyno gives overrated or underrated numbers, you nevertheless still have a baseline that you can use to measure actual results. Also as a result of that variance, you can't compare your dyno results with the factory rated Toyota numbers.

Why do you think the first response to OP was asking about a baseline without the unichip? So at this point, nobody (including OP) has any idea what the actual gain is.
I understand perfectly what you are saying, but no matter how you look at it the gains are there. Let's do some "hypothesis racing" right now...would it make sense that a stock tC2 that puts down 180whp stock put the same or maybe 7-8whp more with those same mods on the same dyno? Does it make sense that a stock tC2 on another dyno puts down 160whp and only gains 6-7whp with the same mods on the same dyno?

I understand what you mean, but lets look at the other side of the coin as well...the car could have put down 140whp or 300whp..logically the gains are still there.

This same car stock ran with a modded Spec V (162whp) and even from a roll the Spec would pull car lenghts on him, after these mods the tC pulled 2-3 car lenghts easily on the same Spec.

What I'm saying is, either way you look at it, the gains are there. Would a baseline dyno would be better? Of course it would, does this prove that the mods are worthless? Absolutely not.
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i think i just jumped into the right fourm (:
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I think what people are saying is to dyno it with all your bolt-ons minus the Unichip, then dyno again with the Unichip.

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^^Agreed. Would like to see the actual gains instead of hypothetical gains. Really clean car btw. Did you paint your splitter or leave it in the primer paint?
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^^Agreed. Would like to see the actual gains instead of hypothetical gains. Really clean car btw. Did you paint your splitter or leave it in the primer paint?
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Same bolt ons on my 08 si and my tc2 has the same bolt ons and uni chip and my si would eat my tc2
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Well yes, all those bolt-ons just make it so a tC2 can keep up with a stock Si. So naturally an Si with the same bolt-ons widens the gap again.
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Even stock it's a drivers race I've owned si and a tc1 s/c and now tc2 with all the same bolt ons
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Puerto Rico en la casa!!!
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