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Old 03-08-2019, 02:29 PM
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Dyno numbers don't lie, especially when the dyno shop has no affiliation with Halltech. Here is a shop that put our bragging rights to the test. We lost to the AFE when our intake was dynoed with our ram air filter, which works best with our TRIC ram air system, but that system and normal filter was not in play on this dyno session. Coincidentally, the Green Agapostemon filter was used on the last dyno session which slammed all the competition badly. Maybe we should call the filter the"Punisher".

Check out the dyno here, but remember, in full disclosure, the shop tried their best to compensate poorly made intakes by adjusting the air fuel ratio through a tuning session. Our intake comes already tuned, so no further tuning is required for maximum performance. We have a system going out today with our TRIC Ram Air Induction. That system increased boost to 12 PSI on our 2015 C7 Z06. See HP Tuners below:
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Nice, but the car was not using the same gear for both dyno runs.
Note the rpm and indicated speed....
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Was the AFE dry or oiled filter used in this test?
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I wish it was easier to do these tests that claim gains at the track on the same day/conditions. Great gains though.
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Nice, but the car was not using the same gear for both dyno runs.
Note the rpm and indicated speed....
Not sure what you are talking about. The HP record above was our car a few years ago demonstrating the effect of our TRIC Ram Air Induction. Note that the first one was done in third gear which made 12.1 PSI boost (9.4 PSI is stock); the second illustration was on the same run but in fourth gear. It showed no additional boost at 144 mph. Just being open and honest with our results. 12.1 PSI is an additional 50 RWHP. Our intake makes 50 RWHP without the ram air setup.
The first dyno below shows+45, but look at the air fuel ratio, stock-Halltech; virtually no change in the air fuel ratio.







The dyno below was done on a separate C7Z06 shortly after we launched the product. Joel's dyno was not available for some time, as he felt it was too good to be true. I actually agree, but the numbers are pretty spectacular either way. I suspect they had a blower type fan directly in front of the right port that we use for our TRIC Ram air system. Another customer saw +84 RWHP vs. stock with the same Stinger-RZ and TRIC ram air setup. I will search for that dyno/

The current dyno at the very top of the post was another dyno session by an independent shop that has no affiliation with Halltech. You might check with them to see the details of how they conducted their testing. There is nothing wrong with the AFE results. Both companies make spectacular products.

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We have a dozen or so more dynos all showing +45 to +50.
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Is there any HP difference on the results between the molded body assembly vs. the carbon fiber unit? The CF unit is SMOOTH.
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Is there any HP difference on the results between the molded body assembly vs. the carbon fiber unit? The CF unit is SMOOTH.
Not that we have seen on dozens of dynos. both were made from the same CAD file and 3D model.
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Not that we have seen on dozens of dynos. both were made from the same CAD file and 3D model.
im running the old high flow filter with tric. Is this green filter better? More cfm?
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Originally Posted by Mohammed Rashed View Post
im running the old high flow filter with tric. Is this green filter better? More cfm?
Yea , also wondering
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Originally Posted by Mohammed Rashed View Post
im running the old high flow filter with tric. Is this green filter better? More cfm?


if so, where can we purchase a green air filter?
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Originally Posted by Mohammed Rashed View Post
im running the old high flow filter with tric. Is this green filter better? More cfm?
The Synthetic filter has an output of 589 cfm and is 8 HP down from the 689 high flow filter.

The testing was against our synthetic filter, not our high flow, but it appears that the Green Agapostemon filter picked up +13 RWHP against the older Halltech filter.

Definitely worth the upgrade. https://www.halltechsystems.com/product-p/aga-608.htm


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The filter used by the dyno testers was designed for better flow using our TRIC ram Air system. The design is more conducive with that system, and would suffer some loss of HP not have ram air.

The best setup for major power is our Stinger-RZ system, and TRIC RAM Air. All of our Stingers for the C7 come standard with the Female Green Agapostemon Bee filter. Female Bee? Yep, the female Agapostemon Bee is the only one with a Stinger; the male is subject to her whims.


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Good information Halltech & beautiful CF intake. One of your major competitors that shall remain unnamed made some big claims nearly a year ago and has yet to deliver.
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