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So adding another 25kW with the piggy-back and getting 110kW ATW should give you a 0-100kph time around 6-7sec emoticon



We'll see Kev emoticon

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So adding another 25kW with the piggy-back and getting 110kW ATW should give you a 0-100kph time around 6-7sec emoticon



We'll see Kev emoticon



I touched on this near the bottom of page 3 of this thread (weight of X-Trail VS Pulsar with similar power output) - In my Pulsar I did 0-100 in 7.15secs according to the G-Tech. I reckon an X-Trail with 110kw@wheels would do it in slightly more time - maybe high 7's or very low 8's.


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Rich,

I would be more than happy to achieve low or mid 8s, but it's not like I'll be doing 0-100kms during my everyday driving, but still nice to have this sort of power up my sleeve "when" I need it emoticon

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Hi Guys,

Just a quick update where I'm at with the piggy back.

My exy has been booked-in and will be on the operating table on the 4th of September.

It has been confirmed to me that my exy will be the first exy with a NA engine and the piggy back, as it was fitted to a Turbo xtrail before with great success.

I have decided to go with a new product released by Haltech in July this year and it is called the Haltech Miniceptor, which is exactly the same their popular Haltech Interceptor range of piggy backs, but has metal casing instead of plastic and one port instead of 2. It does exactly the same function and Haltech have confirmed to Autotech (who will be installing it for me) that they have sold one before to a turbo-charged exy (locally) and it will work with an NA engine (with mods like mine)

Stay tuned for the results, as Autotech were VERY optimistic about the results after seeing my last dyno reading showing an extra 30KW at the wheels.....they said, they will try and get more!!! emoticon

How much more is what I will tell you on the 4th of Sep emoticon

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Don't forgot to get them to do a before-and-after dyno run (before installing the Haltech and after installing it) using the same machine.

As you know, there's no point saying the Haltech got you an extra 15kW @ wheels on their dyno when they are comparing it to a previous figure you got on another dyno, as the two different dyno's aren't calibrated to each other.

No doubt they'll be using a dyno to tune the Haltech properly anyway, so doing a before-and-after shouldn't be too difficult at all.



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Of course Rich. That is their method of tuning and demonstrating to the customer the actual and proper gain.

They will NOT rely on the previous dyno run as it wasn't done in shoot-out mode like they will be doing.

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Shoot out mode wil always give a higher reading anyway.

Cant wait to see the results!

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Hope the op went well.
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OK Guys,

This is just a quick update on the operation, as am totally stuffed and just got home after spending 13 hours at Autotech today (mostly standing on my feet)

I can confirm that the operation gave excellent results.

I now have 99.5KW at the wheels

Full details and dyno charts and why it took so long, will follow tomorrow.

I just want to find my pillow now and crash emoticon

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Well done, cant wait for the full review!

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