Recently we completed two Z32 300ZX Twin Turbo dyno tunes. Both were updated from reflashed stock computers to the much superior Haltech Platinum Pro Plug-In standalone engine managements. The Haltech EMS is a complete replacement for the stock computer and plugs directly into the stock harness. The standalone also enables live speed density tuning, so there is no need for maf splitters or waiting to mail tunes in and out. The end result of both was better performance and improved drivability.
Z32 Haltech Pro Plug-In Installed in place of stock computer:
The first Z32 300ZX was on stock turbos with upgraded Nismo injectors. The results was an impressive 337whp and almost matching torque.
The next Z32 300ZX came in with upgraded GT28RS twin turbos and yielded 429 horsepower at the wheels!
Dynosty is a top-tier Haltech distributor and installation/tuning facility. We would love to earn your business, give us a call to schedule your Haltech upgrade and tune: 502-384-8882.
Glad this Dezod turbocharged Scion tC found it’s way to us for a tune due to how poor the tune was prior. The car was fouling spark plugs while driving and was unable to go into boost without breaking up. We started with a fresh set of properly gapped plugs and after Hal spent some time on the dyno straightening out the air fuel ratio and timing maps it was running much better. Performance modifications included a Dezod turbo kit and AEM FIC engine management.
As a Injector Dynamics dealer, Dynosty is proud to announce the release of the all-new Injector Dynamics ID1300 injector. Filling the gap between the ID1000 and ID2000, this new injector was designed in conjunction with Bosch Motorsport specifically as a performance automotive injector. The new ID1300 features stainless internals ensuring compatibility with gasoline, methanol and ethanol including E85 and E100. Call today with questions or to purchase your set! 502-384-8882
ID1300 Flow rates:
1340cc @ 3bar / 43.5psi
1910cc @ 6bar / 87psi
ID1300 Injector available in a variety of sizes to fit most applications!
It was great having Jonathan in with his LS1 powered S13 Nissan 240SX drift car. The LS1 swap included some upgrades including Trick Flow heads, cam, headers and FAST intake manifold. We used HPTuners to recalibrate the stock computer on the dyno, with goals of maximizing performance and reliability. Gains of 10+hp were made over the preexisting tune all while making the LS1 safer to drift. Keep an eye out for this car as an up-and-coming performer.
A combination of bright yellow, and stealthy black intercooler makes for a car that catches your eye but is a sleeper at the same time. When this Nissan 350Z came to us from Oklahoma, it was a strong NA setup making 238 horsepower at the wheels on our Dyno Dynamics. A GTM Twin Turbo kit was selected by the customer, and we began installation along with supporting modifications including Dynosty stage 2 fuel feed and return system, Injector Dynamics ID1000 injectors, Haltech Platinum Pro Plugin 350Z ECU, Haltech dual wideband, boost control, and more. The end result was a smooth-driving 350Z with serious performance when you ask for it. On 93 octane fuel, we dyno tuned the 350Z to 433WHP – stopping there due to the limitation of stock motor. Hopefully we will see this car back in for a built motor and see where the GTM Stage 2 Twin Turbo kit maxes out.
Before/After dyno chart:
We had the privilege of tuning this beautifully built 1970 Nova, powered by a Chevrolet LS3 crate engine. Using HP Tuners, we were able to calibrate the fuel and ignition maps on the dyno. Power performance and fuel economy were maximized for cruising and full throttle prior to the car leaving for the 2013 Hot Rod Power Tour. The LS3 cranked out 325 horsepower at the wheels and matching torque, all through an automatic transmission. We received word that the car did great on the tour and managed some low 13’s in street trim.
Last year we installed a custom twin Garrett GTX28 turbo setup on this G35 and managed 583HP at the wheels through a fully built GTM automatic transmission (previous blog post here). The turbo kit had more to give, but the transmission and engine were at their limits. This year the Infiniti G35 coupe returned to us for a fresh VQ35DE motor build, 6 speed manual transmission conversion, suspension upgrades and more. Here are a few pictures of the performance modifications and final dyno results.
Customer Testimonial: Raj D of NC, August 21, 2012:
Many thanks to Hal, Dustin, and the crew at Dynosty for a job well done. How would I rate the experience? They get an A for customer service, A for integrity, A for knowledge/expertise, A for workmanship/quality. Only nick in the armor is that I’d give them a B for meeting time expectations as I ended up missing ZdayZ, though I was warned that that might happen. It was a complex build (details like fuel voltage regulation, oil return, etc I haven’t mentioned among other nice touches) but still I was given hope it would be done in time. They did work hard to try to meet that deadline but they would not release the car half done or untested, and well, the result is what it is. Bottom line, they have earned my trust and my future business.
The car has been tuned to perfection. It starts and drives perfectly – no hiccups, no hesitation – just smooth power to redline. I cannot feel any transmission issues while on the road. It pulls much better up top than it used to, spools just about as quickly, and has so much room to grow.
G35 Twin Turbo Engine Bay with Cosworth VQ35 Intake Plenum
G35 6 Speed Manual Transmission Conversion from Automatic
Bilstein Suspension custom machined for Exotic Air 3″ Piston for front end lift over speed bumps and curbs
RPS Billet Carbon Carbon Twin Disc Clutch and Flywheel
Twin Turbo G35 Dyno Chart Comparison of 93 octane, E85 and exhaust dumps