Author Topic: Post Your Torque 0-100 Times.  (Read 673 times)

August 02, 2016, 11:17:19 AM
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Stev0

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Post your Torque 0-100kph times and also list your mods.

Jeep Commander CRD - GDE Hot Tune
ex Prodrive Xt, X, XT, WRX STI, Outback 3.0R

August 02, 2016, 11:17:50 AM
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I tested the remapped 4eat forester with stock suspension and road tires(215/55/17) and came up with 8.1 0-100 while soft launching (in power mode-just flat footing) This car does about 212 G/s MAF, So power is about 10kw higher than stock. It also has a complete exhaust system.

My 3.0 Outback with 5eat has been de-catted, running on stock suspension and slightly larger and heavier Geolander All terrains(215/65/16), ran the 0-100 about the same at 8.0 flat. Also soft launched and in Sport#.

Both these were one-off runs on the exact piece of road.
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ex Prodrive Xt, X, XT, WRX STI, Outback 3.0R

August 02, 2016, 12:28:26 PM
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Best I could manage post-tune was a 7.6. Mods were a decatted 57mm downpipe and a home tune. Though it should be mentioned that I raised the RPM fuel cut in 2nd gear to +-7100 so I could hit 100km/h without shifting to 3rd. Not recommended to stay up there too long though.

August 02, 2016, 01:04:03 PM
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People often ask, why cant my forester do it in 5.4seconds like the ads claimed...


well, because they cant (not stock anyhow)
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August 02, 2016, 01:05:13 PM
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Best I could manage post-tune was a 7.6. Mods were a decatted 57mm downpipe and a home tune. Though it should be mentioned that I raised the RPM fuel cut in 2nd gear to +-7100 so I could hit 100km/h without shifting to 3rd. Not recommended to stay up there too long though.


Seems about spot on with my Pyro tuned Forester manual too.

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August 02, 2016, 02:41:31 PM
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People often ask, why cant my forester do it in 5.4seconds like the ads claimed...


well, because they cant (not stock anyhow)

You'd need exactly ZERO wheelspin, a 10milisecond gearshift and no turbo lag whatsoever. So yeah, theoretically possible, but ain't gonna happen.

August 04, 2016, 12:18:11 PM
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I tested the remapped 4eat forester with stock suspension and road tires(215/55/17) and came up with 8.1 0-100 while soft launching (in power mode-just flat footing) This car does about 212 G/s MAF, So power is about 10kw higher than stock. It also has a complete exhaust system.

My 3.0 Outback with 5eat has been de-catted, running on stock suspension and slightly larger and heavier Geolander All terrains(215/65/16), ran the 0-100 about the same at 8.0 flat. Also soft launched and in Sport#.

Both these were one-off runs on the exact piece of road.

How accurate is the speedo with the 215/65R16?
2015 Outback 3.6R-S
-ex- 2006 Impreza 2.0R Wagon.
-ex -2009 SH XT A/T
-ex- 2009 SG9 XT Premium Manual
-ex- 2006 Impreza 2.0R Manual
-ex- 2002 Legacy 2.5GX A/T

August 04, 2016, 04:10:58 PM
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Nearly spot on vs GPS.  100 on speedo, 99 on GPS
Jeep Commander CRD - GDE Hot Tune
ex Prodrive Xt, X, XT, WRX STI, Outback 3.0R