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#1 Old 03-16-2011, 01:49 PM
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3rd car delete, 2.5 inch exhaust piping Flowmaster delta 40 mufflers
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1st gen NSPP
2.5 inch piping exhaust, with cat and flowmaster super 44's
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[b]roll race



The out come was I defiantly had all the dig races and from a roll I pulled hard at 1st. from about 90-110mph he caught up and we would be dead even to about 125mph where I would very slowly creep on him. His set up is a little diffrent then mine but he has much gains from the last vids I posted. I would love to hear feed back on why you guys might think he gets the huge power increase over my car from 90 to 110mph? Also Keep in mine all races but the 1st one was done with my NSPP unhooked. Hope you enjoyed!
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I would assume the NSPP... during high load it will send lean out the AFR. Since you didn't have it on, IVO25 has the advantage and catches up.
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V33sonata
2006 Sonata V6
99,256 miles
1/4th tank of gas

2nd gen NSPP w/ custom tune
3rd car delete, 2.5 inch exhaust piping Flowmaster delta 40 mufflers
Light weight crank pulley
CAI
Falken rims with nagkang tires

IVO25
2007 Sonata V6
92,000~
1/8th tank of gas

1st gen NSPP
2.5 inch piping exhaust, with cat and flowmaster super 44's
CAI
Gen wheels and stock tires


[b]roll race



The out come was I defiantly had all the dig races and from a roll I pulled hard at 1st. from about 90-110mph he caught up and we would be dead even to about 125mph where I would very slowly creep on him. His set up is a little diffrent then mine but he has much gains from the last vids I posted. I would love to hear feed back on why you guys might think he gets the huge power increase over my car from 90 to 110mph? Also Keep in mine all races but the 1st one was done with my NSPP unhooked. Hope you enjoyed!
TONY, JIM FROM PGH. I think the diff is the exhuast ,and maybe a bit of weight,none the less both cars run really strong. Looks like a lot of fun.
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I was thinking nspp as well. But he has 1st gen thats not tuneable. He pulled almost the same when I had the nspp hooked up thats why I disconnected it. Thinking maybe it shifted my power band. Jim I think you might be right with the exhaust. at least why I get the jump on him. But for some reason he pulls later on so there is a big power increase he is getting that I am not for some reason.
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I was thinking nspp as well. But he has 1st gen thats not tuneable. He pulled almost the same when I had the nspp hooked up thats why I disconnected it. Thinking maybe it shifted my power band. Jim I think you might be right with the exhaust. at least why I get the jump on him. But for some reason he pulls later on so there is a big power increase he is getting that I am not for some reason.
I wouldnt call it a big power increase, i was barely pulling you in the mid range. I never reflashed my ECU to the new program and you have, That might be a reason why I was able to rev to a higher RPM and stay in gear longer, just a guess though, i really have no idea how it works. Or maybe it could be that my slightly taller tires change my gearing ratios just enough to make the top of each gear last longer than yours before a shift needs to happen. I wonder how well I would have done with a properly tuned NSPP. If you have another one, maybe I could use it during another run and see if it makes a difference.
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Impressive pull in the beginning, but no in the end. I have a feeling a stock Sonata would fair the same up top.

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Impressive pull in the beginning, but no in the end. I have a feeling a stock Sonata would fair the same up top.
No its doesnt we already did this. these vids are the rematch vids. I raced him when he was 100% stock
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I wouldnt call it a big power increase, i was barely pulling you in the mid range. I never reflashed my ECU to the new program and you have, That might be a reason why I was able to rev to a higher RPM and stay in gear longer, just a guess though, i really have no idea how it works. Or maybe it could be that my slightly taller tires change my gearing ratios just enough to make the top of each gear last longer than yours before a shift needs to happen. I wonder how well I would have done with a properly tuned NSPP. If you have another one, maybe I could use it during another run and see if it makes a difference.
Very true could be
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I wouldnt call it a big power increase, i was barely pulling you in the mid range. I never reflashed my ECU to the new program and you have, That might be a reason why I was able to rev to a higher RPM and stay in gear longer, just a guess though, i really have no idea how it works. Or maybe it could be that my slightly taller tires change my gearing ratios just enough to make the top of each gear last longer than yours before a shift needs to happen. I wonder how well I would have done with a properly tuned NSPP. If you have another one, maybe I could use it during another run and see if it makes a difference.
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Wait what? v33, you flashed your ECU?
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Wait what? v33, you flashed your ECU?
he is talking about tsb updates
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