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millerperformance

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WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« on: August 06, 2013, 03:17:57 PM »

Post your dyno graphs here! Include the following information:

- Model
- Engine
- Engine Modifications (Includes intakes and exhausts)
- Tune you started with as a base
- Climate conditions for uncorrected graphs.
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2013, 07:40:26 PM »



412WHP @ 12psi

- Model: 1997 BMW M3
- Engine: OBD1 S52
- Engine Modifications:
    CES headgasket + copper spacer
    Precision PT6262 62mm T3 turbo
    SPA T3 manifold
    Tial 38 wastegate + 7psi spring
    Miller WAR chip + software
    60# injectors
    @12psi using Grimmspeed MBC
    UUC Segmented Kevlar clutch

- Tune: Basic WAR turbo tune, tweaked a little bit. Pulled vanos off about 800rpm earlier than stock. Running a little bit rich.
- Climate: 75 degrees, low humidity, dynoed indoor...
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2013, 09:41:33 PM »

There is still some power to be had there. Also, triple check all the vacuum lines, you will be surprised with what you find.

Mine idled between 14-15 with a little crack in the line that runs from the elbow to ICV, and thats with the 100lb tune and zero adjustments to the base map. 
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #3 on: August 10, 2013, 05:26:52 PM »


- BMW E30 325eta 03.84 production
- BMW M50B25TU 2.5 liter 24-valve variable valve timing intake straight 6. aluminum head, cast iron block.
- hot air intake filter, eBay headers, decatted, straight 2.25" exhaust 16" louver-core glasspack resonator and magnaflow baffled muffler
- BMW 413 standard tune from the 1993 325iS engine computer
- Graphs are corrected.

first set is stock computer pull. way sky-high AFR, down on power on both pulls.



second graph is WAR M50Performance tune. also leaned out. since fixed.


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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2013, 11:47:46 AM »

Holy picture size batman
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2013, 05:03:53 PM »

yeah, not sure why that is what it is.

have another pull from today with corrected AFR:
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #6 on: August 12, 2013, 01:25:50 AM »

Those are really sweet #'s, cant wait to get my s50 boost project out for dyno.



412WHP @ 12psi

- Model: 1997 BMW M3
- Engine: OBD1 S52
- Engine Modifications:
    CES headgasket + copper spacer
    Precision PT6262 62mm T3 turbo
    SPA T3 manifold
    Tial 38 wastegate + 7psi spring
    Miller WAR chip + software
    60# injectors
    @12psi using Grimmspeed MBC
    UUC Segmented Kevlar clutch

- Tune: Basic WAR turbo tune, tweaked a little bit. Pulled vanos off about 800rpm earlier than stock. Running a little bit rich.
- Climate: 75 degrees, low humidity, dynoed indoor...
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #7 on: August 21, 2013, 11:38:06 AM »

yeah, not sure why that is what it is.

have another pull from today with corrected AFR:



If you lean it out up top where it dips to the low 11's you'll make more power. You can safely run 12:2 to 12:6 on your engine.
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #8 on: August 26, 2013, 04:04:45 PM »

much easier said than done, unfortunately.
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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #9 on: April 05, 2014, 04:39:14 PM »

Austin, from Kansas had his turbo s50 remote tuned on Friday. At 15 PSI on a conservative tune (per his request) he put down 430 HP and 400 ft/lbs on a Dyno Dynamics!

Remote tuned S50 turbo
15 psi on conservative tune
stock bottom end
.120" Cometic gasket and ARP studs
Stock head
Miller Turbo tuning package

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Re: WAR Tuned Dyno Library
« Reply #10 on: August 19, 2014, 02:36:40 PM »

Model: 1987 BMW 535is



Engine: Personally built M30B35 high-compression (10:1) motor
•   B34 block bored to 92.5mm
•   B35 head, rods, springs, crank, manifold
•   Paul Burke B35 10.5:1 "806" M30B35 CNC Dome piston set
•   Paul Burke "mild" N21 camshaft (282/279)
•   24lbs injectors
•   179 ECU, Miller MAF, Miller WAR chip
•   Ireland Engineering adjustable fuel pressure regulator
•   Bavarian Auto ceramic coated headers
•   Ireland Engineering exhaust

Today's Numbers: 203 rwhp / 225 rwtq.

Miller MAF Tuned 8-19-2014

The original B34 that was in the car (which is for sale!) put out a respectable 173 rwhp and 188 rwtq. Un-tuned, with a stock 179 ECU and AFM, the B35 put out 196 rwhp/216 rwtq.

I'm quite happy with these numbers and even happier with the way the car is running.

The Miller WAR software is pretty dated and makes me jones for a Megasquirt now that I actually know what I'm doing. The idea that you can tune in real-time is pretty appealing. Maybe that will be a future project.
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