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Some clips from a Dyno session last night

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Ended the night with 408rwhp, 311rwtq, at 8psi - fixed a nasty lean spike, and improved the car's response considerably, the peak numbers were pretty close, but everywhere else there was substantial improvement, around 20rwtq. The car is much smoother now, to the point where it is almost deceptively fast.

Tuner was Bisi, at Bisimoto in Chino.
 
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I am really impressed with the car after the tune. You should put up your dyno graph! The car looked good blowing by us (safely) on the 60 fwy too. :smile: Both Bisi and myself worked on the tune. I will have to give most of the credit for the tune to Bisi from Bisimoto Engineering. He is meticulous when it comes to tuning and engine building.

Keep up the good work John! You put together a really nice car!
 
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Those numbers sound about right. I've heard other guys running 8.5 psi on the CTSC that get around 400 hp. Either way, a 408 rwhp NSX should be plenty good for street use.
 
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Congrats on the numbers, John. Even more congrats on a safe reliable tune - I'm sure that'll ease some discomfort when you get on the throttle. ;)
 
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Congrats on the numbers, John. Even more congrats on a safe reliable tune - I'm sure that'll ease some discomfort when you get on the throttle. ;)

Hey Ponyboy! Thanks again for the NSX-R! :biggrin:

John, I hope you feel alrite! It would have been nice to have you up there on the mountain with us with your 400+HP. Next time!
 
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Hi John,
It was nice meeting all of you NSX guys at Bisimoto Engineering in Chino. Hope you remember me (Hedi).
I just wanted to note that it was a blast hanging out with you guys and I also wanted to give credit where credit is due (respectively) Bisi is the gentleman that tuned your NSX. Brian might have had some input, but in fact it was Bisi whom physically tuned your vehicle.
He is extremely well versed with such intricate software such as the AEM EMS unit that you utilize. I assume that you would not compromise quality therefore utilizing the AEM EMS and also visiting our facility.

Well, I hope your car rides beautifully as well as it looks!
Take Care and we hope to see you soon.:smile:
 
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Hedi is correct! I gave credit to Bisi for the tune in my first post on this thread. :smile: We hope to bring more NSX's to Bisimoto for more tuning of AEM EMS and AEM FIC systems. Hows the clutch holding up John? Still want a ride in BIG RED!
 
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