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Old 06-17-2009, 10:45 AM   #73
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The dyno result for 06 Vitz RS 5spd. only mod are a BroSpeed Bosal axle-back muffler and grounding kit (home made).
Max Power = 101.13 Max Torque 93.44
temp outside was 78F using 91 octane.
The dyno chart seems to suggest that the JDM Vitz RS has the same output as a regular 1.5 litre Yaris, reinforcing what the factory dyno charts show.

I think the Vitz RS TRD would be a bit more in hp and tq though.
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Old 07-22-2009, 10:46 PM   #74
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fitted with okada project coils

no change in boost, plug and play coils.
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:23 PM   #75
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custom intake, 1zzfe throttle body, megan fart can, NST underdrive crank pulley

**a stock yaris on this dyno pulled 91.3whp**

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Old 09-28-2009, 03:43 PM   #76
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This Doesn't count!!

I've just downloaded the "Dynolicious" in my GF's Iphone, so we where having some fun with it. I know it's not accurate but its kinda fun . Never got to find a decent road . And my GF doesn't help... Me: "should I launch now?" GF: "you should have launched few seconds ago"

1st Run

2007 Toyota Yaris

Sep 27, 2009 11:44 PM

Acceleration
0-10 MPH: 1.00 sec
0-20 MPH: 2.39 sec
0-30 MPH: 3.73 sec
0-40 MPH: 5.77 sec
0-50 MPH: 7.95 sec
0-60 MPH: 10.39 sec
0-70 MPH: 14.25 sec

Elapsed Time
60': 2.94 sec @ 22.6 MPH
330': 7.75 sec @ 47.8 MPH
1/8 mi: 11.68 sec @ 62.5 MPH
1000': 15.08 sec @ 72.6 MPH
1/4 mi: 17.96 sec @ 78.2 MPH

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Max Speed: 79.3 MPH
Max Acceleration: 0.47 G's
Peak Horsepower: 105 HP

2nd Run

Sep 27, 2009 11:48 PM
Acceleration
0-10 MPH: 3.30 sec
0-20 MPH: 4.40 sec
0-30 MPH: 6.02 sec
0-40 MPH: 8.04 sec
0-50 MPH: 10.24 sec
0-60 MPH: 13.45 sec
0-70 MPH: 17.05 sec

Elapsed Time
60': 5.25 sec @ 25.1 MPH
330': 10.04 sec @ 47.8 MPH
1/8 mi: 14.06 sec @ 61.6 MPH
1000': 17.52 sec @ 71.3 MPH
1/4 mi: 20.42 sec @ 78.2 MPH

Miscellaneous
Max Speed: 78.4 MPH
Max Acceleration: 0.49 G's
Peak Horsepower: 107 HP
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Old 10-10-2009, 03:13 PM   #77
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OK, got some hard data for y'all. Frownonfun and I both did a dyno day this morning, and the conditions were nice. We did this on a Mustang AWD dyno, so the tech told us we're probably a few percent higher than this dyno shows, but close enough.

I'll post the scans of the sheets later.

OZMDD - 107 WHP / 106 TQ, AFR -12.6. Also, 76 deg F air temp (at the intake, according to the SGII) [TRD CAI w/ bypass fitting removed and replaced with coupler, Thunder axle-back exhaust, NST 10% UD Lyte pulley.]

FROWNONFUN had 145 WHP from the S/C setup we installed a few weeks ago, and that's with stock tuning (piggyback) and no other mods besides axle-back and NST Alt pulley!! I believe that's around 6 lbs boost.
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Old 10-10-2009, 04:26 PM   #78
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nice! looking forward to the graphs
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Old 10-10-2009, 04:59 PM   #79
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ozmdd that alt pulley cam with the s/c so you can run the belt for the s/c. I believe frownonfun's afr was around 11.3 and the guys running the dyno did the math and said the HP number should be around 147-150hp and no CEL's
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Old 10-10-2009, 05:25 PM   #80
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145whp is impressive on the rotrex

i still want dyno charts though!
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Old 10-10-2009, 07:16 PM   #81
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niceeeeee! i'm jealous

i knew it had more power than the blitz when i saw the video of it taking off with a passenger inside. can't you put an intercooler on that kit too and get an advertised 150whp with it. Since he's getting 145whp as of now, that intercooler could maybe take him to 155 + whp. I believe the kit only advertised that it puts down 140whp; so you already have a good thing going!

Now get a headerback exhaust setup. ;)
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Old 10-10-2009, 11:11 PM   #82
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He has a custom axle back. but thats it for exhaust when I was talking with him today and tole him he needs to get a header and showed him where he could cut for to put in an intercooler. Also this kit can be used with the intake mani that Garm is developing. I also told him that after he gets an intercooler he could talk to Mike at NST and have him make a smaller pulley to get some more boost out of the kit. The guy also just bought some 2zz injectors just to be on the safe side.
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Old 10-10-2009, 11:17 PM   #83
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Hey Peter one of the first times I went to Mike's shop I was talking with him about the Blitz kit and if he could make a pulley for the kit and he said he had a few options and after looking around some he ruled out one of them.

1.) make an overdrive pulley for the crank (ruled out pulley would be to close to another)

2.) make a fixed pulley for the blitz and probably through a cel and take away the option of turning the s/c off and on.

3.) make a clutched pulley and and still be able to run the s/c like normal. I think he said he could do this for about $500 or so price but worth it if you want to use you the on/off function
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Old 10-11-2009, 02:56 AM   #84
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Hey Peter one of the first times I went to Mike's shop I was talking with him about the Blitz kit and if he could make a pulley for the kit and he said he had a few options and after looking around some he ruled out one of them.

1.) make an overdrive pulley for the crank (ruled out pulley would be to close to another)

2.) make a fixed pulley for the blitz and probably through a cel and take away the option of turning the s/c off and on.

3.) make a clutched pulley and and still be able to run the s/c like normal. I think he said he could do this for about $500 or so price but worth it if you want to use you the on/off function
Hey i've explored all these options. I messaged NST about making an overdrive crank pulley with a smaller water pump pulley (that is the pulley your friend is talking about). NST sounded grateful for the information, but I doubt they will develop anything.

2. Garm is looking into making a smaller fixed pulley without the option of turning on/off

3. Yah, this is the most expensive option, however might be worth it. PM me more about that..
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Old 10-11-2009, 04:31 PM   #85
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Just ask Mike at NST. He also makes one off pulleys that why they are so much too. The reason they won't develpoe it is because there is not a big enough market for it you know?
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Old 10-11-2009, 04:51 PM   #86
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niceeeeee! i'm jealous

i knew it had more power than the blitz when i saw the video of it taking off with a passenger inside. can't you put an intercooler on that kit too and get an advertised 150whp with it. Since he's getting 145whp as of now, that intercooler could maybe take him to 155 + whp. I believe the kit only advertised that it puts down 140whp; so you already have a good thing going!
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FROWNONFUN had 145 WHP from the S/C setup we installed a few weeks ago, and that's with stock tuning (piggyback) and no other mods besides axle-back and NST Alt pulley!! I believe that's around 6 lbs boost.
to be fair i also have a kyle busch license plate frame for my back plate. could account for the extra hp.


also i'll put an intercooler in when garm finishes that hood from the contest. and if garm still has a few dc sports headers in stock on friday i'll be picking one of those up too.
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:17 PM   #87
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Just ask Mike at NST. He also makes one off pulleys that why they are so much too. The reason they won't develpoe it is because there is not a big enough market for it you know?
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I am aware of this and I ALREADY have spoken to him. The overdrive crank pulley and smaller water pulley would have been custom made for me and I would have paid for the expense to make them. However, he seems to not want the business, so screw it. So why bother him with a clutch pulley when he won't make me the overdrive crank and smaller water pulley. Know what i'm saying?
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I'm sure if you seemed really interested he would make them for you call him and ask no harm in asking again
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:45 PM   #89
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Well if everyone on board with the Blitz kits would want one, I asssume the price would come down if he was able to make 5-10 pulleys and sell them over time instead of 1 piece.
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Old 10-12-2009, 10:12 AM   #90
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I am aware of this and I ALREADY have spoken to him. The overdrive crank pulley and smaller water pulley would have been custom made for me and I would have paid for the expense to make them. However, he seems to not want the business, so screw it. So why bother him with a clutch pulley when he won't make me the overdrive crank and smaller water pulley. Know what i'm saying?
Guys... nothing wrong with either of your comments, but maybe start a thread for it? the dyno charts are kinda getting lost among the debate.
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