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Old 12-02-2008, 06:41 AM   #1
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04 Boxster S Dyno Graph

EFI Logics has a new shop in Bethel Ct, Take a look at their site.

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04 Boxster S Aniversy Edition
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Stebro cat back sport exhaust
BMC air filter

Sorry no base line run

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Old 12-02-2008, 01:18 PM   #2
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Looks like you gained a few hp with the mods, but even more interesting is it holds peak power all the way to 7,000 rpm. The 3.2L typically hits peak hp around 6,200 rpm then it takes a nose dive past that.
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Old 12-02-2008, 01:25 PM   #3
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Run looks great, can you feel the difference from the mods you did? Ditto on the flat power curve. My 2.7L takes a nose-dive in HP past 6400 rpm,

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I started with the de-snorkel + BMC then added the Stebro, great sound but can't say I felt any performance difference. The tork increace from the tune was very noticeable. The car pulls hard form 4500 to 6800 rpm.
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I started with the de-snorkel + BMC then added the Stebro, great sound but can't say I felt any performance difference. The tork increace from the tune was very noticeable. The car pulls hard form 4500 to 6800 rpm.
"Tork?" Is this a new measure of power?

How exactly did they tune your DME? Did they flash a new program in? I'm inclined to think if you want some real gains from where you are at now, swap out the lousy stock headers.
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EFI Logics re-flashed the DME. Yes my next and final mod will be headers; they should really complement all my mods to date. I met Jason from Fabspeed at SEMA last month, I am thinking of going with their headers w/cats.
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EFI Logics re-flashed the DME. Yes my next and final mod will be headers; they should really complement all my mods to date. I met Jason from Fabspeed at SEMA last month, I am thinking of going with their headers w/cats.
If you put fabspeeds on and do a dyno run be sure to post up the results. I haven't seen an idependent dyno test on those yet.
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