Kurt's Midlana videos

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby AndreasMergner » 15 Nov 2013, 15:56

Kurt, didn't even hear the tires squeal, but the Prelude's (from the other video) did and you passed him pretty easily.

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Midlana1 » 15 Nov 2013, 16:18

The fronts do not but the rears do, but only when the car's already sliding some.

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Midlana1 » 13 Jan 2014, 07:10

Added a bunch of pictures to the website when we went to K & N's dyno day. Just now I see that I posted the wrong dyno chart for my car. Until I correct it there, here's a link to the correct one: http://www.midlana.com/Diaries/Current/KN_dyno.JPG

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Laminar » 13 Jan 2014, 17:21

Did they purposely give the hp and tq axes different scales? I find that pretty annoying sometimes.

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Midlana1 » 13 Jan 2014, 17:45

I guess. I also wondered how they could figure out engine rpm. About all I can guess is that the operator input it at some point, and the dyno sw scaled it.

FWIW, someone else there bet me to posting a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqCtTbjQqFg

That Audi was very impressive, and as he was running E85, it making me consider it a bit more seriously.

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby jaxmadine » 13 Jan 2014, 18:39

Your cross over is in the wrong spot. That will toss credibility on forums. And all the dynos ive been too clamp on a sparkplug wore or something to get rpm.

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Laminar » 13 Jan 2014, 19:00

Midlana1 wrote:I guess. I also wondered how they could figure out engine rpm. About all I can guess is that the operator input it at some point, and the dyno sw scaled it.

FWIW, someone else there bet me to posting a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqCtTbjQqFg


3:30 :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Midlana1 » 13 Jan 2014, 19:15

Yeah, I was recording from behind the car and it got our attention pretty quick!

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby bgkast » 13 Jan 2014, 19:29

You made more power than 2 Corvettes and a Ferrari. ;) That was exciting when the 'vette came off the rollers!

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Re: Kurt's Midlana videos

Postby Laminar » 13 Jan 2014, 19:37

Forcing a 2wd car to sit on 4 moving rotors seems...ill advised.


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