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Old 10-10-2012, 04:53 PM   #1
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aFe Power Scorcher Module for N20 and N26

Here is a look at the new aFe Power Scorcher Modules for the N20 and N26.Dyno PDF attached.



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Old 10-10-2012, 05:02 PM   #2
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Love aFe! Great stuff, with great power!
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Old 10-10-2012, 06:29 PM   #3
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Here is a look at the new aFe Power Scorcher Modules for the N20 and N26.Dyno PDF attached.



What is the difference in hardware/software between the 2nd and 3rd pull? The 3rd had the tune, the 2nd had what?
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The dyno is stock vs aFe intake system and then aFe intake with aFe module.

Blue = Stock
Green = Intake
Red = Intake and Module

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The dyno is stock vs aFe intake system and then aFe intake with aFe module.

Blue = Stock
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That's encouraging.

Supports my theory that the n20 is going to make 300whp when a proper downpipe/stage 2 tune comes around when added to catback, intake and maybe an intercooler.
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Impressive power gains! It looks like your adjusting the signal to two sensors? Which two?

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Great lil set up! Will be a great addition to a nice aFe Intake and Exhaust!
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Wow the afr curve with the tune stays very lean until it goes stoich around 4,200 rpm. I would be interested to know the knock counts with the tune at those lower rpm's.
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Any news on the aFe exhaust system for the N26? The money is burning a hole in my pocket....
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Wow the afr curve with the tune stays very lean until it goes stoich around 4,200 rpm. I would be interested to know the knock counts with the tune at those lower rpm's.
Given the stock tune has similar afr's, it probably isn't too much of a concern. Most tail pipe sniffers read lean at low rpm anyways because of the volume of exhaust, atmospheric oxygen near the tailpipe etc. If the AFR was getting lean on the high end it would indicate a limitation in fueling. The fuel systems aren't challenged by low RPMs. The tune AFR is shifted to the right by 500 rpm. It seems that the tune is taking advantage of margin in the fuel system.
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Is it the same part for the N20 and N26?
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