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: Mopar/Corsa Dyno Results


Black_SRT8
09-08-2006, 03:16 PM
A soldier from the blue site just independently dynoed the Mopar/Corsa system.

Here are the results...

Stock = 353 hp (5900 rpm) & 336 tq (4958 rpm)

Mopar/Corsa = 373 (6333 rpm) hp & 342 tq (4955 rpm)

BLKltng
09-08-2006, 03:29 PM
Those are some good numbers for just a catback however i think the corsa is to quiet for my taste.

viol8r
09-08-2006, 07:04 PM
Well that just sealed it for me, thanks.

srt8suv
09-11-2006, 10:10 AM
wow, nice numbers:)

FLSRT8
09-11-2006, 01:24 PM
353 hp, what type of dyno did you use?

generalconfusion
09-11-2006, 01:53 PM
Here is the dyno sheet sgt stanko (blue site) did ............stock vs Mopar/Corsa




http://i77.photobucket.com/albums/j66/sgtstanko/Corsa%20dyno/aguilarcorsa1.jpg

Black_SRT8
09-11-2006, 01:54 PM
353 hp, what type of dyno did you use?

Like I said, I did not perform the test. A "soldier" from the blue site used the XS dyno. I believe it measures HP at the wheels.

generalconfusion
09-11-2006, 02:13 PM
Like I said, I did not perform the test. A "soldier" from the blue site used the XS dyno. I believe it measures HP at the wheels.

Yes......It is a four wheel dyno.........the wheels "fall into" two seperate rollers, not setting on top of one roller. Also the dyno jet is either rear wheel or front wheel. The front wheel models can do a all wheel drive BUT with some difficulty holding it down and getting a good run without the ECU sensing a traction problem.

GC

GotStroke?
09-11-2006, 05:51 PM
Now I'm confused, was it an AWD dyno or a F/R dyno with the front wheels disconnected?
AWD dyno's require that you remove the wheels/tires and connect the hub/axle directly to the dyno. As stated above rollers are used for a typical F/R setup.

generalconfusion
09-11-2006, 09:21 PM
Now I'm confused, was it an AWD dyno or a F/R dyno with the front wheels disconnected?
AWD dyno's require that you remove the wheels/tires and connect the hub/axle directly to the dyno. As stated above rollers are used for a typical F/R setup.

You have me confused!!! Here is the dyno service used. Most SoCal performance mfgs use this guy. It is a 1500hp DTS 4 wheel dyno. I have no idea what kind you are referring to......I dont need to know......thanks.

http://www.xs-engineering.com/products.asp?filter=dynotuning

GotStroke?
09-12-2006, 10:39 AM
You have me confused!!! Here is the dyno service used. Most SoCal performance mfgs use this guy. It is a 1500hp DTS 4 wheel dyno. I have no idea what kind you are referring to......I dont need to know......thanks.

http://www.xs-engineering.com/products.asp?filter=dynotuning


LOL, sorry. I've never seen an AWD dyno that didn't require the wheels to come off before. Thanks.

SRTJeep
09-17-2006, 07:43 AM
I just heard this system yesterday, (9/16) nice sound, no drone and owner claims 3 mpg increase in fuel mileage. Gene

07SRT8
10-03-2006, 01:22 PM
When you say "no drone"....doe's that mean you dont really hear any difference just driving down the highway.

That's what I am looking for. Now more sound normal driving but a nice tone when you get into it.

Does anyone know what system would be best for me?

Thanks
Dave

Black_SRT8
10-03-2006, 03:36 PM
When you say "no drone"....doe's that mean you dont really hear any difference just driving down the highway.

That's what I am looking for. Now more sound normal driving but a nice tone when you get into it.

Does anyone know what system would be best for me?

Thanks
Dave


That is exactly what you get with the Corsa.

07SRT8
10-03-2006, 06:06 PM
I went on the Corsa web site....sounded nice. Do you know the best place to get the system? Best price??....they run about $1100 to 1200 right?

Dave