Another Quick Update (cross post with the red site). I've now got it all installed and running.
So put it on a AWD Dyno (Mainline AWD1200) and got the attached graphs (we did a few runs with the "best" being in 5th Gear). He also played with some of the settings in the Dyno and we just had the SRT in Track Mode running AWD:
- 775NM / 571 ft lb
- 5.4 psig of boost
- AFR is around 10 to 11:1
I'm not really sure if this is how it all should be so any advice from RIPP & Others would be good, but:
- Isn't RIPP Stage 2 stuff meant to be around 600hp at the wheels? (I seem to be missing 180 horses!)
- Seems I have heaps of torque (but he said this was a "derived" field and I got the impression it may not be accurate)
- Wasn't Boost upped with the Stage 2 kits from 5psi
- What should the AFR be? It seems rich and would explain why my fuel economy has been poor lately (or my right foot) but I've read some saying that aftermarket blowers run around this. At least it is not lean! Edit - from the Vortech web site:
Can I operate a Vortech supercharger system without a fuel management system?
Even with a perfectly calibrated mass air flow system, you still need a fuel management unit for enrichment under boost. The air/fuel ratio must change from 14.7:1 (stoichiometric) naturally aspirated, to about 11.5:1-12.0:1 (rich) under full boost.
The guy running the Dyno said he can dial in various settings on the Dyno if there is a "Std" used by RIPP to get a comparision.
Knowing I'm not running lean, I just took it out for a couple of 0-100km/k runs (just using LC).
- Back to back 3.8sec
- AIT seem to stay around 25degrees (cent)
Some seat of pants feedback, it now RIPPs out of the hole with much more urgency than my 1st gen setup! ...and I thought it would easily beat my previous best of 3.6sec but the acceleration in the 70-100kmh range seemed to fall away and be much less urgent.
Logs and the Q's above have been seen to RIPP by email.