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Old 02-11-2014, 07:35 AM   #1383
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Cool, Thanks guys
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Old 02-13-2014, 08:30 AM   #1384
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Ok i just got my Spacer installed this morning, took exactly one hour, and I even used my band-saw to cut manifold brackets so its more "sturdier". everything went pretty easy and just as described in the directions. BUTT dyno results to come later!
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Old 02-16-2014, 07:20 AM   #1385
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Have a few more available!
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Old 02-16-2014, 07:35 AM   #1386
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These graphs seem a little off, I know an automatic is going to rob some power but at 3250 rpm and automatic is making about 90 hp vs the manual making about 145 hp. Torque is also similar at about 142 for auto and 232 manual. I know you shouldn't compare different vehicles dyno'd on different days, but I'm just a little shocked at the disparity between the two. Maybe I'm just looking at it wrong.
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Old 02-16-2014, 05:03 PM   #1387
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Don't know how you mean "off"? We ran 2 different trucks, of 2 different years, 2 times each with a spacer and 2 without for 8 runs. 2 members from this forum I did not prior know, neither was the shop or the people working there. Those are the numbers that were produced. The manual was able to start around 1500 rpm, whereas the auto is not able to start so low due to the nature of the transmission. Doubt it if you want to that's your prerogative, but none of the several hundreds of people running intake manifold spacers dating back to 2006 have ever complained between Nissan or Toyota. I mean this isn't a blow your doors off kind of mod, but neither is a CAI or catback exhaust, but people buy them and bolt them on and enjoy them!
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:14 PM   #1388
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Not talking negative of your product at all. Could have just been the dyno was calibrated slightly different for the auto, i don't know but those stock numbers for the auto are very poor. I'm not questioning the improvement over the stock vehicle, which is the important part. I also know mustang dynos have a tendency to read much lower than dynojet, I was just surprised mostly at the difference between the manual and automatic stock, even though you shouldn't compare different vehicles dyno'd at separate times. So I apologize if I offended you.
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Old 02-16-2014, 07:31 PM   #1389
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Nah no offense taken, I run one on my truck so I know they work, lol. I don't know a ton about dyno setup myself, but the shop runs dynos every week all the time mostly on all types many as big as 500-700hp engines etc so I would think they would set it up appropriately for whatever vehicle. Those were the results we ended up with.
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Old 02-16-2014, 09:45 PM   #1390
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im sure it has something to do with going WOT and the automatic wanting to down shift, so thatll have to ease in
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Old 03-13-2014, 07:20 AM   #1391
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I would like to purchase a silver one.

Do I just go to the website?
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Old 03-13-2014, 07:35 AM   #1392
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looks cool any thoughts about making something for us 2.7l 4 cylinder guys?
Tooter on here makes a manifold spacer for the 2 gen 2.7l. Here's the link.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...d-spacers.html

Paradiseracing.com makes one for the 1st gen 2.7L

And will there be one avaible for the 3.4l.
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:29 AM   #1393
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I respect that you made good on your word.


By the way, do you happen to have a more accurate torque graph for the second chart that has evenly identified increments? That one has a really odd mixture switching back and forth between 6 and 7 units, yet the physical size of the grids are the same size. It might be a lot easier for people to see exactly what's going on if the graph was consistently divided into even grids of 5 or 10 units and perhaps two different colors somewhat like this one for example. I'm sure the dyno guys could easily do it. They can make them any way you want.





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How do you account for the significant change in AFR between the two dyno runs?

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How do you account for the significant change in AFR between the two dyno runs?

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given the 6500 RPM + max, and low torque numbers, Im thinking this is a graph given just for an example, and isn't a dyno of a Toyota Tacoma power plant.
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Old 03-13-2014, 10:05 AM   #1395
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Tooters graph is for a 4-cyl. Isn't the 2.7 a 6500 rpm motor?
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Old 03-13-2014, 01:33 PM   #1396
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I have a 2003 Hilux 2.7L strapped to my dyno right now.

Want to see an independent dyno test done??

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How do you account for the significant change in AFR between the two dyno runs?

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Those were dyno runs of my Toyota Yaris. First one was with the stock intake.



The second run was with the tooter aluminum intake manifold. It's a Corolla 1ZZ manifold that I adapted to fit the Yaris engine. I also scratchbuilt the plenum as an experiment.







The second run was also with a larger 1ZZ Corolla Throttle body which also helped to alter the A/F ratio. All the runs were with just the stock ECU and no tuning.

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Tooters graph is for a 4-cyl. Isn't the 2.7 a 6500 rpm motor?
If only... the Tacoma 2.7 is only a 5,600 rpm motor.

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given the 6500 RPM + max, and low torque numbers, Im thinking this is a graph given just for an example, and isn't a dyno of a Toyota Tacoma power plant.

Correct.
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How do you account for the significant change in AFR between the two dyno runs?

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Those were dyno runs of my Toyota Yaris. First one was with the stock intake.



The second run was with the tooter aluminum intake manifold. It's a Corolla 1ZZ manifold that I adapted to fit the Yaris engine. I also scratchbuilt the plenum as an experiment.







The second run was also with a larger 1ZZ Corolla Throttle body which also helped to alter the A/F ratio. All the runs were with just the stock ECU and no tuning.

Greg

AFR stayed fat throughout after the change.
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