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    Log 0005 shows it takes 8.7 s to go 9-65 mph... is this street or dyno...?


    I see boost, slow gear changes, this is a heavy vehicle.

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    Thanks with driver it would be 3300 lb without driver the car weight is 3100 lb. The vehicle was on the street not dyno

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    Log shows that at WOT car is slow (especially for boost)... something is wrong... has it been tuned...?

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    Yes its tuned its a new chevy Cruze 1.4T so it is not fast to begin with.I made those logs right after i tuned it.One had a lot of wheel spin and the other was done with it moveing along slow.It does seem to run fairly stronger tuned.Stock the boost is around 12 or 13 psi.I think its running 18 or 19 now.Plus its kinda heavy for that small motor to.Maybe the numbers would look better if i put some miles on it before i logged it?

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    Ah, ok, I was imagining a 6.2L truck (what most people have)... it's all clear now.

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    Try logging ETCTP instead of TP.

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    From your log 0005, I very roughly calculate that your engine makes 260 HP at the flywheel.

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    Wow, thats double GM's stock output there Joe!!

    Im thinking Im going to get a Sonic here soon, the Cruze needs a slightly bigger engine IMHO but in the Sonic is seems fun. Might have to test drive an RS if the local dealer has one.
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    I was going by the logged POWER_RW accelerating up and coasting down, oblivious of controlled conditions (especially the coast down)...

    lol, which shows how experiments fail


    How much HP would he have...?

    From his log his 0-60 would be about 9s... so he would be closer to 150 HP.

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    Thanks would you mean 150hp to the wheels?

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