Does anyone have a 360 ( or 175) power print out and then
the 420 ( 210) readout after the upgrade. Not with RBs
Dyno-Plot has been down for ages, and I've given up expecting its rebirth.
Does anyone know who ran it or where the data might be? I've emailed them but it bounced.
has no one had there engines mapped with the two steves that has copies they could send ?
I have mine if anyone needs it for comparison
I have a printout from my session with the Two Steves, done in 2010, for my R400D. It was on a plenum at the time (210).
It only provides half the story, of course, but if you'd like a copy anyway, I could scan it and email it to you.
Out of interest, it shows 207.9 bhp @ 7842, and 143.7 lbft at 6069 (both slightly less than CC claimed at the time).
John, can you send over ...that would be great . Mine was a little less 203.7 @ 7822 and 146.7 @ 6385
David, thanks but that is with roller barrels which is the wrong comparison for me, ta for help
The Two Steves remapped my 360 last week to run on throttle position. It has left me with kangarooing it low powers but much improved drivability above that. They spent over 8 hours unsuccessfully trying to fix the problem.
My car has, what appears to be, excessive drive train slack so I plan to fix that first and see what it drives like afterwards. The Steve’s will revert my car to manifold pressure control with its attendant throttle lag if I require.
The Steves give you a plasticised power/torque print out. I could send you a photocopy. The 182bhp at the flywheel they got out of it is quite enough for me so do not plan to upgrade.
I would appreciate you sending a copy please. [email protected]
Interesting re kangaroos, my previous a CSR was undriveable in traffic and they fettled it and it would pull away on tickover after and still produce 263 !
This is really for a friend of mine who is having issues which I wont bore you all with at the moment and I wanted some comparisons.
Steve did my current 175 upped to 210 set up and it actually ended up at 204 which I guess is an ok figure and it certainly drives well.