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dissapointment!!!DYNO TEST 944 1986 EURO!!!!!!!

Ok guys with all respect I just want to show ,
I make my boyfriend spent thousands of dollares in this 944 euro version , but result are sad!!!!
BEFORE EXPLAIN
-1986 EURO VERSION (NOT A/C NOT POWER STEERING
-COMPRESSION TEST 3 MONTHS AGO BEFORE INSTALL 186PSI IN EVERY CYLINDER.
-CAR STILL HAVE CAT

MODS :

-PROMAXRACING EPROM CHIP
-K&N PANEL AIR FILTER
-MSDS CERAMIC CODE HEADERS
-B&B CAT BACK EXHAUST
-BROADFOOT RACING SPORT CAM
-BROATFOOT RACING 2PULLEYS MAIN AND ALTERNATOR
-MSD THROTTLE CAM RESPOND

DYNO SHOW 137 HP WHEELS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DYNO TECH SAID NEED MORE GAS PRESSURE YOU CAN SEE IN DYNO SHEET
SO NEXT WEEK WILL INSTALL LINDSEY RACING ADJUSTABLE FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR
AND FIDANZA LIGHT FLYWHEEL

THANKS FOR YOUR TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ALI/
i WILL LOVE TO POST DYNO TEST BUT I CAN I CAN MAIL TO SOMEONE AND THAT PERSON CAN POST IT HERE i GUESS IS A LITL BIGGER THAT 2MB !!

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Why didnt you just buy a 951 if you wanted otles of power?
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We told you so, Alina.
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WELL YOU KNOW I HAVE THIS IN SO A NICE SHAPE THAT WANT TO SEE WHAT ELSE WE CAN DO TO HELP HER WITH THE POWER SEEMS DISSAPOINT!!but it feel fast when drives!!
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I WILL LIOVE TO SEN DYNO SO SOMEBODY CAN POST IT IN THIS TREAT SO PEOPLE CAN SEE THE TRUE
EMAIL alina9111981@yahoo.com
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If you want to see over 175WHP you will most likely need FI or more displacement.
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BAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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we told you so


and for the love of god, turn off the caps lock.
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This thread is useless without pictures of you.
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cooler, it's gone beyond that.. we're suspending our belief because this 'character' is friggin' hilarious.
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Euro 944 puts out about 160hp stock, 137hp at the wheels is what that car should put down with a good stock motor accounting for 15% drivetrain loss. The 'sport cam' im suprised didnt do much for you...the other stuff i am not suprised at all.
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137hp at the wheels sounds about right for these cars
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Why Don't you type in you're native language so we can under stand it. It would make it easier on all of us.

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3rd? more like 5 or 6... lol
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Wait a minute.

How do you go from 186 hp down to 137hp like all our redneck porsche?



Next time, dyno the car without big man in it.
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Wait a minute.

How do you go from 186 hp down to 137hp like all our redneck porsche?
Because the MSD throttle respond cam and the "material safety data sheet" (msds) made her/he/it confuse 186 cylinder pressure with horsepower....... IN the rear wheels.

let it stay.. we need some humor around here.
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My compression figures - on a early Euro motor (1982/1983) - were over 200 on every cylinder... which I believe is common of the higher compression motors. Unless in 1986 (and after) Euro motors had the reduced compression of their US counterparts - which I doubt.
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Yeah everybody knows the Weltmeister throttle cam is the only one to get. That's what is causing the problem

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JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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