Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby breeza18 » Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:52 pm

hi all, been down my local rollin road today for a bit of fun and to find out if my mk2 vr is running correct, was happy with the results too. engine has about 120.000 on the clock and came from a passat auto. its coilpack obd1 and standard apart from decat and a open airfilter. the results were........

wheel horse power-180.3
engine horse power-198.8

wheel torque-197.7
engine torque-217.4

losses were 25.7 bhp.

the torque figure seems a little high to me, not that im complaing :-D
any thought anyone?
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby D16vGTi » Thu Nov 25, 2010 5:57 pm

Looks good mate, torque does seem high, it's not normally higher than the bhp figure
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby vdub_1985 » Thu Nov 25, 2010 6:59 pm

That's about rite mine was 205 torque I think with 182bhp my best a couple of months ago. The guy doing the tests was shocked at mine then even more when I told him what was under the bonnet as I only put down golf gti as my car lol
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby breeza18 » Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:02 pm

cheers fellas, i thought the torque was high too, wonder if it owt to do wit running a slighty smaller 8v exhaust?? oh well cant grumble really :-D
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby vwdom » Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:54 pm

might be
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby darren » Thu Nov 25, 2010 11:26 pm

i went with ash(breeza18) and was goin to post up results earlier but got distracted by the pub :-D running the same as ash standard obd1 coilpack apart from decat and open air filter came from a km3 golf with approx 110,000 on the clock and i got,
At Flywheel
196.3bhp 217.1ft-lbs torque
At Wheels
178.5 bhp 197.4 ft-lbs torque
Losses
27.2 bhp
im quite happy with that told ash before we went was expecting around the 180 mark, got to put the 6 branch on and ordering a new air filter as mine is abit sh*t :-D
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby D16vGTi » Fri Nov 26, 2010 7:34 am

Good figures again in both power and torque 8)
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby vwdom » Fri Nov 26, 2010 7:41 pm

that is good considering my obd1 2.8 has ported head,cams,6 branch and remap and only made 206hp 205lb/ft :?
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby breeza18 » Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:25 am

i think the 'dyno lottery' has a lot to play in this. i think the dyno we run on was a bit optimistic lol. ive heard dyno jet? are the more reliable dynos.
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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby WYATT » Tue Jan 25, 2011 11:19 am

just hoping mine makes over 200 once im done , iit'll have full rebuild , 6 branch/gas flowed-lightly ported head / 268's , C2 software/ good cold air feed with decent filter / maybe flywheel plus 2.9 inlet?

anything over 200.00 at the wheels would make be very happy :-D

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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby vwdom » Tue Jan 25, 2011 6:11 pm

WYATT wrote:just hoping mine makes over 200 once im done , iit'll have full rebuild , 6 branch/gas flowed-lightly ported head / 268's , C2 software/ good cold air feed with decent filter / maybe flywheel plus 2.9 inlet?

anything over 200.00 at the wheels would make be very happy :-D

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Re: Mk2 VR6 dyno / RR results

Postby WYATT » Tue Jan 25, 2011 7:07 pm

vwdom wrote:
anything over 200hp is quick lol



Yeah i bet it is i know of a mk2 vr round the corner from me and that things is insane ... !

Think anything above what ive seen his go like would be amazing (but all i get is all TSR talk from him .... they done everything. ) over 200 tiny bit of a dream but who know's the RR will say soon , then if its under that i think why didnt go R32 :up:


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