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E3 16g dyno results

TommyCuzz

Probationary Member
6
7
Jul 26, 2020
Queens, New_York
Just wanted to share my build for anyone looking for something similar

E3 16g 9blade exhaust wheel
Fp manifold
JMFab o2 with 44mm tial dump
3in downpipe to vibrant muffler
Vsrf 3.5in front mount
2g throttle body elbow
Fp intake
Speed density/ flex fuel
Walbro 255 (not rewired)
Fuel lab fpr at 43.5 psi
South Bay 1050cc high impedance
Arp head studs
Bpr8es gapped to .025
Tial bov
Street tuned on 23 psi
At the time of dyno was on E55
Duty cycle was at 84%
Only 15peak timing at the top end
Stock cam/head and gasket/bottom end/intake manifold
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Kryndon

Proven Member
806
463
Jan 10, 2014
Bulgaria, Europe
Oof, how do yall keep getting those good f***in' numbers on the E16g?! I've got pretty much the same setup and I'm still struggling under 300 whp based on link calculations. Currently at 256whp 12 deg timing 11 AFR and 20 psi boost :banghead: . Sorry I sound like a grumpy kid but I guess I am. Thought I had a 400hp capable build but maybe I'm way in over my head??

Anyway nice numbers, bet it blows the doors off most hondas and V8s u meet on the road :hellyeah:
 

Mello

Proven Member
1,420
573
Jul 4, 2003
Albuquerque, New_Mexico
I only use calculated numbers from data logs for tuning & seeing if my changes are good or bad between pulls. You will get a better measure of power on the dyno & different dynos will have different numbers.
 

bastarddsm

Proven Member
5,416
1,252
Aug 26, 2003
Mendota, Illinois
Oof, how do yall keep getting those good f***in' numbers on the E16g?! I've got pretty much the same setup and I'm still struggling under 300 whp based on link calculations. Currently at 256whp 12 deg timing 11 AFR and 20 psi boost :banghead: . Sorry I sound like a grumpy kid but I guess I am. Thought I had a 400hp capable build but maybe I'm way in over my head??

Anyway nice numbers, bet it blows the doors off most hondas and V8s u meet on the road :hellyeah:
probably because you are stuck running gasoline. A monkey can tune a 16g setup to 350whp on E85.
 

jakelandry

Proven Member
965
148
Oct 13, 2009
Minden, Louisiana
Look into non projected plugs and try a few heat ranges. The idea is that the non projected tips are a little more knock resistant so they widen your timing window a little. Can’t say that I have any empirical data to contribute but I used to go through a ton of plugs cause they were cheap and easy to swap out. It’s been many years since then but I do recall br7es was what I wound up keeping in the car for years on ethanol, 62mm turbo, and 30ish psi on a stock block.
 

Imback

Proven Member
1,180
35
Nov 8, 2006
Long island, New_York
I recommend the Br7es as well. I feel like the 8's are just to cold for for that amount of boost. I was there on monday myself tuning a car.
 
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