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I noticed that as well, however virtualdyno doesnt have a profile for the 2014 civic si, only the 2010 civic si. So steve did some math to make the final gear ratio match the car he's dynoing. He gave me the details on what to enter in virtualdyno amd I trust that the specs he gave me are accurate.

I do hope to get on a real dyno to see what numbers read on that.
You have to create a custom profile.
 

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Here's my first e-dyno:
Setup consisted of:
K&N Drop in
HPS Silicone Intake
Tuned by Vit.
195hp 160tq
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Here's my 2nd e-dyno:
K&N Drop in
HPS Silicone Intake
Tsudo Test Pipe
Axle Back Exhaust
212hp 177tq
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Located in Miami, FL
 

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Mods:
PRL 3.5" short ram
rv6 catted
q300
hasport 70a rear motor mount
Tuned by Steve from Etunez

Steve recommended that I use the VirtualDyno software (free open source) to conduct as many dyno pulls as I'd like, and gave me the detailed specs and final ratio for a 2014 Si. All I had to do was enter additional weight, such as myself, and any other luggage I had in the car.

Car Specs entered are:
3rd gear pull
Tire Height: 25.09
Car Weight: 3150lbs (Amount provided by Steve, could be more or less)
Occ Weight: 235lbs (my weight + weight of a 10 inch sub)
Final Drive: 4.456 (provided by Steve)

Shown above is the graph using smoothing 6, smoothing 1 yielded 206whp/167lbft tq, however the graph looked slightly over-inflated, at least to my understanding it did.
Really happy with the results, my IAT were around 86-100 F. I'm sure on a colder day I would yield better results.
Hey I want this virtualdyno/edyno. How do I get this free open source?
 
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