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    Quote Originally Posted by ...kRiLLiN... View Post
    Not sure if the Dyno was just a bit happy, not many stock vehicles on the day to compare it to.

    Will run another Dyno soon on a different Dyno to compare results
    When you do a dyno rerun, do a second run with a stock filter to compare.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6F4Y...ct1hSI0ctFQzMQ

    Interesting video regarding wheel sizes on a dyno.

    We have found the G&C dyno where we had the NSRI Fundraiser fairly accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...kRiLLiN... View Post
    Saturday I joined the WC4X4DL for their NSRI fundraiser. I decided to put the Jimbo on the Dyno so that I can get a baseline figure before I do anything, performance wise. Managed a decent 68.4 KW and 121NM, which is 10 KW and 10NM more than I expected. Stock figures are 62.5KW and 110NM, but I expected less with the bigger wheels on. Note that this was done on the Dunlop Grandtrel ATs 215/75/15s.


    Currently just have better airflow, in terms of K&N and Snorkel. Torque graph is a bit weird, as theres some powerloss, but I'm not too concerned with the up and down torque, as the Jimbo is due for a service, and needs plugs so I'm leaning towards that being the problem.

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    Pretty chuffed with the performance and look to date.
    I'm a bit confused. 62.5Kw and 110 Nm is factory spec engine power and torque, not on the wheels like those you get on a rolling road dynomometer which is lower due to the drivetrain losses. Or did the dyno auto converted the wheel power and torque to "engine" value by means of a deemed loss factor? In which case the wheel size would have been factored in thus remove its influence and you should be pretty near stock, with the added advantage of a more open air path.

    Your torque graph is correct in shape. There is a low rpm hump and a slight decrease in torque, then the VVT changes cam timing and it picks up again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeinrichC View Post
    When you do a dyno rerun, do a second run with a stock filter to compare.
    Yeah I will try and take one with
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oppies3800 View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6F4Y...ct1hSI0ctFQzMQ

    Interesting video regarding wheel sizes on a dyno.

    We have found the G&C dyno where we had the NSRI Fundraiser fairly accurate.
    Yeah I'm in that video, would still ike to compare G&C dyno to other dynos. There will always be results on diff Dynos in terms of power and torque. I personally think its a bit happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...kRiLLiN... View Post
    Yeah I'm in that video, would still ike to compare G&C dyno to other dynos. There will always be results on diff Dynos in terms of power and torque. I personally think its a bit happy
    Your Zook did quite well!

    I've also heard some say the G&C dyno being too happy but then again the dyno pretty much matches a lot of the factory spec power figures of the vehicles being tested there so I think it's not far off. The Mustang made 304kw and 520nm with an intake and exhaust mod which is factory 306kw and 530nm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jab2 View Post
    I'm a bit confused. 62.5Kw and 110 Nm is factory spec engine power and torque, not on the wheels like those you get on a rolling road dynomometer which is lower due to the drivetrain losses. Or did the dyno auto converted the wheel power and torque to "engine" value by means of a deemed loss factor?
    Most CPT dyno's that I've dealt with convert back to flywheel power for some reason.

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    Switched My wheels back to the ATs for now and while switching them I managed to weigh them...


    Stock Wheels with stock 205 75 15 HTs: 17.5KGs(Bridgestone Dueler)
    Stock Wheels with 215 75 15 ATs: 22.5KGs(Dunlop Grandtrek)
    Steelies with 215 75 15 MTs: 25.2KGs(Hankook Dynapro)
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    Started with my centre console a couple of weeks ago and made some progress last night...

    still not 100% on how I want the finish, and what compartments I want just yet...I guess I'm figuring it out as I go along.

    It will get some fibreglass soon..
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    some fibreglass added, some bodyfiller, and lots of sanding

    1 coat of red to bring out imperfections

    some more sanding on the way
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    Sanded the body filler off, gave it another coat of Red
    Sanded some imperfections out and gave it a thick coat of blue as the base undercoat
    Cut the Armrest off and straight and then cleaned it up with black.
    I then found the colour I was looking for, which is a gunmetal type Hammer effect, which is nice and thick.
    I managed to cut the holes for the gauges that I want to put in and then gave it the colour I wanted...

    Need to build the armrest and fix up some small items
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...kRiLLiN... View Post
    Sanded the body filler off, gave it another coat of Red
    Sanded some imperfections out and gave it a thick coat of blue as the base undercoat
    Cut the Armrest off and straight and then cleaned it up with black.
    I then found the colour I was looking for, which is a gunmetal type Hammer effect, which is nice and thick.
    I managed to cut the holes for the gauges that I want to put in and then gave it the colour I wanted...

    Need to build the armrest and fix up some small items
    What about using that special carpet material?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel 4x4 View Post
    What about using that special carpet material?
    I wanted it to look as OEM as possible...This is what it currently looks like....

    Still testing, it must come out again for further Mods
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    Quote Originally Posted by ...kRiLLiN... View Post
    I wanted it to look as OEM as possible...This is what it currently looks like....

    Still testing, it must come out again for further Mods
    Looks very good!
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    Started with my Camp setup last week...

    Some Aluminium, some wood...Decided I wanted to have a setup so that I can still keep one seat in the vehicle, thats why I opted for two seperate compartments.

    Not 100% complete yet, its a work in progress. Took it out on a trail yesterday to test the strength non loaded, and worked like a charm.. so far so good...

    Still to come:
    -Additional anchor points for cargo net
    -Front door/flap
    -Gas shocks to keep the doors open
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    Now that is something to put in your pipe and smoke!

    Well done!

    And well constructed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dewets View Post
    Now that is something to put in your pipe and smoke!

    Well done!

    And well constructed...
    Agree, a very nice concept.
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    So After building this setup in the Jimbo, I had my rear seat split in two so that I could have one seat in, and pretty happy with the outcome.
    Needs some small tweaking still, and I need to cover the or put netting on the box to prevent stuff falling out.
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