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On the front page, it has 4G36.. 2L DOHC, there is no such engine. It's meant to be 4G63 2.0L DOHC.

4G63 is 1997cc,
4G54 is 2555cc
4G52 is 1995cc
4G32 is 1597cc
4G37 is 1755cc
4G62 is 1795cc
4G67 is 1836cc
4G64 is 2350cc
4G93 is 1834cc
4G94 is 1999cc

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An Australian spec carby 4g63 makes 65kw@5000rpm or
66kw@5500rpm depending on what model and year.


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4g32=58kw i think ( dont quote me on that)


So my 84 GSL auto with 260,000 on the clock must be down to about the same output as a Niki then, sure feels like it.


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The 4G63 SOHC carby engines for the NZ and some other markets made 110hp @5500rpm. They ran 9:1:1 comp ratio as opposed to the 8.5:1 of the jap, aussie and US markets.

4G37 is 66kW with 9:1:1 comp ratio, or 70kW with 9.5:1 comp ratio.

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Just curious my engine was marked G63B
2.0L carby engine... Didnt see it on the list Though the engine is long gone i was wondering what it made.

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it states the 4g62 wit tc06 is 110kw.... i got mine dynoed and i got 110.3kw wtf... i have exhaust front mount 10psi... so wat is going on is my motor rooted or wat.. it is quick but with all that work and only got .3 kw gain im gonna shoot myself...


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Stock figures are always stated at the flywheel, almost all other dyno readings are done at the wheels which takes into account the lose through the drive line.
On top of that dynos aren't very accurate, you could go to 10 dynos and get 10 significantly different readings with all variables being constant.

A better way to find the results of modifications is on road/track timing, things like 0-100 km/h times, 0-400 m times and speeds and circuit track times. These things will also allow you to factor in handling modifications which dynos can't.

That's not to say a dyno is useless, they're good for tuning ignition timing, checking your full throttle mixtures if you don't have a wideband oxygen sensor and the graphs they give can be handy for some things.

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Correct me if im wrong but i think the 4g62 with tc05 put out 107 and with tc06 put out 93kw


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wrong... tc-05 came off the ac unleaded cordia which has/had quite a bit less power than the previous leaded aa/ab's with the tc-06 on it

the tc-05 is a smaller turbo and will spool earlier and giver you power lower down but the 06 being bigger spools later but when it finally goes you get a real rush as it comes on hard and longer into the rev range

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Forgive me for making a small typo but the figures are correct. AA /AB = 107. AC = 93kw


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thats better :)

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g54b turbo is off a bit. We had them in 1988 at 139kw and whatever 234ftlbs of torque is according to my conversion. They were 131kw in 1986

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4G63 2.0 DOHC turbo 164kW <------------ is this at the wheels
im running round 13psi with a td05h 14b
think its the first gen DOHC (1990 i think)

if this is at the wheels my engine pretty tired or sumthin
we did 3 runs on dyno, second was the best hit the limiter
on got 116fwkw

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it's at the engine. There's plenty of other factors such as drivetrain losses, engine wear, even the dyno that its on that can alter the figure you get at the wheels.

My stock standard E39A Galant VR-4 which is meant to be 178kW/240hp at the wheels in standard trim was 135kW at the wheels on a dyno.

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my gvr4 only just broke 110... hehe.. was very disapointed but it has/had a few issues that needed chasing including running pig rich from a probable vac/boost leak

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but i thought fwd cars wouldnt loose as much through drivetrain as rwd. Think its a tired engine :(

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thats a good read and covers the above

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thanks man
quite interesting read
*bookmarked* lol

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4G63 2.0 DOHC turbo 164kW <------------ is this at the wheels
im running round 13psi with a td05h 14b
think its the first gen DOHC (1990 i think)

if this is at the wheels my engine pretty tired or sumthin
we did 3 runs on dyno, second was the best hit the limiter
on got 116fwkw


sounds about right on my fully forged 4g63 on 11psi made like 169.4kw with GARRET TO4Z 4 MY RUN IN TUNE

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Thanks jimi that was very interesting!!!!!! :o

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