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 Post subject: Ignis Sport enthusiast!
PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 2:51 am 
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Hello Everyone!

My name is Sen. I am new to this website. Hope can meet some friends who like the IS as much as me!

I own a Blue 03 Ignis Sport. Current Modds:

Suzuki Sport TYPE Sp-X Muffler 2" CatBack with 3" TIP
Blue LED Dashboard.
4" Cadence 120W Speaker.

Has anyone done the Dyno for their IS?
My IS Dyno Results 69.3KW ATW (Before the SPX muffler fitted was 66.3KW)

Now I looking for a good Air intake system. Any Suggestations?

Chees!


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Welcome to the forum MAD_ IS
Good to see someone new...

Where did you get your car dyno'ed?
I'm getting the SS exhaust & air intake fitted to my car later this year
Would like to do a before & after test to see the performance gains

I believe a few guys have had their cars dyno tested on the forum
It seems they get around 85Kw ATW in stock compared to 83Kw quoted by Suzuki

With the above mods plus a few other things I'm keen to achieve about 95Kw with my car.

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PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 6:29 pm 
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Yeah, I dyno'd mine stock.

http://www.redlinegti.com/quarter/dynoslips/samdyno.jpg

Goes to show how different dyno's are ;)

Welcome to the site.


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Hi guys!

I think it depends on the dyno machine. I have done my one at Swinburne TAFE Automotive Workshop. My dyno result looks completely different from yours.

On the othe hand. Are u sure someone has got 85KW ATW. it sounds incredible to me. For the stock 83KW Engine. Even with some mods. It is pretty hard to get 85KW AT Wheel! STOCK HONDA EK VTI-R 118KW engine only results 80KW ATW!

I am going to install a Pod filter soon. Will get back to your guys for the result. :P


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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 8:27 am 
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I don't think the 85kw atw is correct. 85kw at the fly maybe. The number quoted by Suzuki is flywheel, not wheels.


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yeah sorry guys that should be Kw at the flywheel, not ATW

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I have receivently changed Stock air intake with resonator off, K&N filter, Custom cold intake pipe. It makes huge difference. engine response increased a lot! very happy! :D


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Yes I have the same mods except with SS powerfilter
Big difference, good induction roar!

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