NOS Wet Kit Dynoed

During my posting of the Turbo vs NOS write up, the NOS kit that was available for sale in GT Auto was picked up by a friend of mine and the car has been finally dyno tuned.

The car is now pushing out 144.38 PS and 20.95 kg-m of torque to the wheels from the previous 118.61 PS and 15.24 kg-m.

The dyno chart speaks for itself, as you can see the gains are very significant at the point where the nitrous engages. It takes less than 200 rpm for the car to gain 36 PS and 7 kg-m of torque at the wheels.

I was given the opportunity to test drive the car and when the nitrous starts spraying the car pulls crazily like a raped ape.

This car is running E-Manage blue piggyback without the ignition harness. The owner is now planning to upgrade to Haltech Platinum Interceptor so the ignition timing can be altered to extract more power.

The owner is also considering fitting an AEM water/methanol injection kit very soon and with the injection kit the gains will be even higher.

Stay tuned.

3 comments:

Jason said...

Wouldn't it make more $ economical sense to get the ignition harness for the E-Manage blue rather than changing entirely to Haltech Platinum Interceptor? Unless the Haltech can do something the EMB can't? Please enlighten.

Chang Chew Soon said...

Simple, if you understand how the Gen2 ECU works, you will know that E-Manage could only alter the air/fuel but not the ignition timing due to the limitation of E-Manage as it could only work with Japanese ECUs....

The Interceptor is a lot more sophisticated as it works both ways....

Jason said...

Aha! Makes sense now. As I was unaware of that fact. Safe to say on a Japanese ECU they are comparable then.