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Hi Guys,

We finally did some dyno testing on the TSX with our products. The TSX we used is a 2004 TSX (AT) with 22000km.

We will be doing few dyno runs in this few days and here's the one that we have done this morning.







Dyno Run 3 is stock : 155.6whp
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Dyno Run 4 is dynoed with T1R Grounding kit and Voltage stabilizer 160.7whp

From 3750rpm to 4500rpm, we saw a good 3.5whp gain and from 4850rpm to 6000rpm 5whp gain. 6000rpm to redline , there's 3-5whp as well. We also see a good improvement in torque from 3750rpm till redline :)

We will be dynoing the T1R Test pipe tomorrow and we will post as soon as we get that done.

Thanks
Ben
 

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Your T1R testpipe should pair with the T1R exhaust... will see a much bigger gain.
BTW: Which grounding point did you ground? Got a pix of your engine bay?
 

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chuson said:
Your T1R testpipe should pair with the T1R exhaust... will see a much bigger gain.
BTW: Which grounding point did you ground? Got a pix of your engine bay?

We will be dynoing the test pipe tomorrow and the exhaust day after, we'll see.

Here's the pic :)

 

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chuson said:
Your T1R testpipe should pair with the T1R exhaust... will see a much bigger gain.
BTW: Which grounding point did you ground? Got a pix of your engine bay?
The stock exhaust isn't THAT restrictive - if anything, the next big gain would come from the manifold or the J's Racing intake.
 

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@ AJR - Put the whole lot on with a TODA manifold and let's see definitively what the change in output is without a Hondata remap.
That would be of major interest to most members and lurkers here.
 

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PJS said:
The stock exhaust isn't THAT restrictive - if anything, the next big gain would come from the manifold or the J's Racing intake.
You got a good point. Dual to Dual, not too much of a difference but dual to single, the single 63/70mm will show you how restrictive is your stock exhaust. From a single exhaust you will see atleast 8-15+whp depending on 60 or 70mm.
 

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raheel616 said:
is our electrical system really that restrictive
It is not restrictive and indeed the TSX ground system is not perfect plus the voltage changes a lot while under load throttle. With the T1R components, it made quite a bit of difference :)
 
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