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    Also UPS dropped off goodies, after what's seemed like a very long 3 month wait...





    The car is in the garage right now in the air. I'll start the install in the morning.

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    Not that this video does the exhaust justice, but until I get a better one, here is one from the tuning session down at Dynosty today.

    Picked up power and torque everywhere, which is pretty good considering the AFR wasn't that bad.



    Larger Version of Dyno Image

    The biggest difference though is the throttle response. It was raining the entire drive back, but the car is noticeably different to drive. So while 13 HP at the wheels might not sound like a lot, the car is still a completely different car to drive. Realistically though 13 HP is a pretty healthy gain though at the wheels.

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    car looks awesome! I can't read the dyno sheet. Can you re-upload or give me a summary? super cool ride man.
    "Tell Karma I lover her, been a real good mother fucker...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mahrens34 View Post
    car looks awesome! I can't read the dyno sheet. Can you re-upload or give me a summary? super cool ride man.
    It's not you. Their printer kind of sucked.

    Base run was: 303 HP @ 7400 / 244 TQ @ 5200
    Final run was: 316 HP @ 7400 / 251 TQ @ 5100

    As the graph shows though pretty consistent gains everywhere.

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    So I uploaded two different version of each video here. I normalize every video audio file I have because I hate things being different volume levels. However in this case, people might want to hear "un-molested" video file. However in this case the video recordings where really quiet I think, so I have uploaded both versions.

    First to Second rip

    First to Second rip (Original / No Audio Processing, will be quieter).

    Low speed cruising, leaving the neighborhood, etc.

    Low speed cruising, leaving the neighborhood, etc. (Original / No Audio Processing, will be quieter).

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    Well finally got around to adding a yaw sensor disable switch. My OCD wouldn't allow me to have just one switch and two blank panels, so I ordered three switches. Also my OCD needs to have the switches in the same direction, so the switch for the yaw sensor is backwards, as normally most accessories would not be on all the time:



    I always de-insulate the terminals so I can solder after crimping. Just a habit from my Jeep I guess, so I re-insulate them with heat-shrink afterwards:



    At least there is lots of areas underneath to keep the wires out of the way:



    I think with three switches it looks OEM:


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    Mellovision...
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    No sports cars for me... I'd go to jail.
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