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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Posted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 7:19 pm
by Gibson
I have a dyno run booked for the 27th of next month, so ill let you know how I get on.

Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Posted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 8:42 pm
by :R-dirtytwo
hi guys i have an mk2 :R32, im from P.R., my R have 238whp, some modz are : engine shaved, eliminated flappers, 2 1/2 exhaust, ported intake manifold, schrick cams 272/272, haltech platinium 2000, clutchnet kit, Bilstein pss9 coilovers, schmidt moderlines 16x8 front, 16x9 rear,carbon fiber seibon hood, debadged grill kamei, brembo calipers, slotted discs, happich pop outs windows, hoosier tires, abd belt bar, n some mods that i can remember 4 now, ill keep u posted, actually runs in the quarter mile [email protected] 116mph.... in the Puerto rico solo 1 and circuit is first in his category and overall!!!! hope enjoy my project done by me...

Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2012 7:49 pm
by borys
My vr6 update
207Hp
Image

Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Posted: Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:52 pm
by mwimab
Thought I may as well post mine....

191.3 bhp @ 5200
214 ft lbs from 2000rpm up to 5900 rpm

Open airfilter
Decat

Nothing else

Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Posted: Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:53 pm
by Pauline.McKittrick
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Re: Mk2 3.0 vr6 expected output?

Posted: Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:26 pm
by LWTTRS79
Hi guys . Just about coming to the end of my 3.0 vr6 conversion(wiring holding me back)
Just wanted to know your views on power output for my engine ?

Spec

ABV block 83mm
Je pistons
Pec rods
Standard head fully rebuilt
Knive edge crank (5kg removed) balanced
Polish/ported throttle body
Light weight flywheel
Neuspeed pulley kit
6 branch manifold
Full stainless exhaust
Cone filter

I know what u guys are gonna say and yes I'm kicking myself for not going for a big valve head and cams :-(