great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

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great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

Postby ourly » Sun Mar 27, 2011 1:58 pm

Brian,

i dyno'd the car for the first time yesterday and was very happy with the results. I have your header and midpipe and still use the stock muffler. air filter is also stock lay in. Got 155 HP and 141 tq. very nice gains imho. also, temp was hovering in the low 40's, garage door was open.

i highly recommend the GWR header/midpipe.

rick

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Re: great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

Postby RUKnight » Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:47 pm

What was the stock dyno?
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Re: great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

Postby sjd » Thu Mar 31, 2011 6:43 am

What type of dyno as well?
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Re: great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

Postby Brian » Thu Mar 31, 2011 8:12 am

Since he notes dyno was the first time, sounds like he didn't have opportunity to do before and after with similar results after the full exhaust. But many prior customers have done before and after and posted results. Some of those are in the dyno thread here....
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Re: great header/midpipe dyno, Thanks Brian!

Postby ourly » Thu Mar 31, 2011 8:19 am

not sure type of dyno, unfortunately, no base run. looking at a couple of muffler options, then i'll re do it at the same place.
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