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Old 05-18-2019, 06:51 PM   #1
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Dyno'd my DM+ K04 today

Dyno'd my 2006 GTI , didn't break 300whp

Dynojet: 295whp/309wtq

My torque seems kind of on the low side but increased after each pull. Thought I share, cheers��

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Old 05-18-2019, 08:11 PM   #2
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Did you have a fresh set of properly gapped plugs in, fresh air filter and fresh fuel filter?
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Old 05-18-2019, 08:33 PM   #3
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Did new fuel filter yesterday, I have Uni CAI, filter probably needs clean. The plugs should be gapped right but they have 50k miles on them. Probably due for new set.
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Plugs can make a diff. I had about same setup you did, loved my DM tune. I dropped about 15whp going in with old plugs vs new plugs. The gap widens over time as the electrode gets burned off and you end with an ever widening gap.


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Ok cool, I'll change the plugs next weekend and see if I feel a difference.
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Ok cool, I'll change the plugs next weekend and see if I feel a difference.
I used to run .026 gap and NGK


I dynoed 336/335 but I was running water meth, Later with bad plugs, Just looked it up I put out 310-315whp on that session. Fresh gapped plugs and back up to normal.
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That's a big difference, I'll be sure to gap new plugs .026. Thanks for the info��
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