Here is my dyno.
Its a rebuilt 3vz that i got running last year. Its seen a lot of autocross and a track day so i am pretty sure that afr reading is wrong. Esp since my wideband normally shows good afrs (going to redyno and tune next week)
rebuilt 3vzfe bored .5mm over (barely anything)
Ported and polished heads/intake/exhaust manifolds (by my old roomate)
stock timing 10*
Custom 2.25" Y pipe with an Aeroturbine 3" muffler (shortest/loudest exhaust ever)
Street tuned with a Greddy e-manage ultimate and LC-1 Innovate Wideband
A/T 3vz ecu (will test manual ecu next week)
everything else is stock 3vz or stock n/a mr2
This is to the wheels in 4th gear of course
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9N6KP4FGBk&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - My MR2 V6 dyno[/ame]
Brad Bedell's headers - ceramic coated
Y-pipe from local exhaust shop
Greddy SP exhaust
Home made intake with K&N filter
Blue graph is stock ECU having a fit for some unknown reason.
Red graph is with a Link G4 Atom ECU and tune
Just want to ask, are these dyno sheets adjusted to show fly wheel power or are these raw (unaltered/not corrected) at the wheels power?
Some are rated at the crank/flywheel and some are at the wheels. Mine is a measure of power to the ground. It all depends on the dyno.
This just found it's way to Youtube.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_BjZmZBme4]Drift-Office : 1MZFE swapped MR2 SW20 with Link Atom EMS - YouTube[/ame]
not a MR2
Lexus ES300 5-spd
Stock 3VZ-FE 3.0L V6
TRD Supercharger @ 7.5 PSI
Custom Side-Winder headers, Y-Pipe
Custom 3.0" Aluminum Exhaust
2JZ-GE 300cc Injectors
Walbro 255LPH Pump
GReddy E-Manage Blue