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Hi All,

Using Iphone's free apps "Pocket Dyno", the best time achieved from my stock Stivo (with K&N Panel filter) is 6.85sec for 0 to 100kmh.

The factory claimed is 8.5sec, how can this be right?

What is your best 0 to 100kmh?

cheers.

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Hi All,

Using Iphone's free apps "Pocket Dyno", the best time achieved from my stock Stivo (with K&N Panel filter) is 6.85sec for 0 to 100kmh.

The factory claimed is 8.5sec, how can this be right?

What is your best 0 to 100kmh?

cheers.

ive found those iphone apps to be pretty inconsistant at times. only thing i could get a consistant time out of was the gtech

the best i achieved in standard form with a gtech or lie tech as some people call them was 7.2 to 97km ( only does to 0 to 60mph) so probs 7.4ish with a quick change.

from my understanding alot of the tests over in europe hit around 7.5 , as long as you can keep it in lift and get a solid launch your sweet.

Only way to realy know the potential of a cars straight line performance is to take it down the quater....

Dave

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lol 20kg in fuel?

make it almost 100 kgs lighter, had all the trimmings out in the rear and front doors, amps out. i think i could be a bit faster now with the exhaust. maybe its more smoother rather than quicker... i havent had time to time myself :)

Off-topic, a 1610kg Camry Hybrid... ~7.9 seconds:

damn that not bad...

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is it even possible to stay in lift with the factory crunch? The gearbox is terrible

depends how you drive it/how its been driven before you drove it. clutch adjustment and new oil should fix that

I've had mine for a few months so i don't know its history really. Mine will not select 2nd,4th over 5000ish RPM (never needed to change that high into 5th or 6th) and wont go into 3rd gear over 3500-4000RPM. I hate it, it annoys me more than anything. What clutch do you run? Recommended gearbox oil weight? Anyway to fix this issue without a rebuild?

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is it even possible to stay in lift with the factory crunch? The gearbox is terrible

depends how you drive it/how its been driven before you drove it. clutch adjustment and new oil should fix that

I've had mine for a few months so i don't know its history really. Mine will not select 2nd,4th over 5000ish RPM (never needed to change that high into 5th or 6th) and wont go into 3rd gear over 3500-4000RPM. I hate it, it annoys me more than anything. What clutch do you run? Recommended gearbox oil weight? Anyway to fix this issue without a rebuild?

have u got your clutch adjusted yet? I use a 75W90 with additive. my mate who has a facelift has the same problem. but he hasn't got a clutch adjustment yet.

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