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2.0 stage 2 dyno low hp

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My 2.0 2013 genesis has a straight pipe with a straight down pipe and an aftermarket chinese filter intake and a chinese aftermarket intercooler
I did put it to a dyno test after those on a mustang dyno it displayed only 208 whp and 340 torque and with a huge number o gas leakage and it’s not tuned what should i do to fix the problem for this huge low hp and the tune costs 1,000$ So any other suggestions?
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Are you sure you read the sheet correctly? I can't see how if it was making 208whp it would have also made 340wtq.

Can you post the graph?

Seems like there is some broken English in your question as well so if you could try and reword the section where you talk about "gas leakage" and "it's not tuned" that could help as well.

If I am reading correctly, this is a basically stock BK2 2.0t that has not been tuned. Most of the stock BK2s I saw dyno'd way back when they launched were in the 225whp-240whp / 250wtq-270wtq area.

'13 2.0T R-Spec
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Made 319whp/356wtq on BTR Stage 2; (Not dyno'd with GTX3076 turbo yet)

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HP sounds about right on a pretty much stock 2.0T. My dad dynoed his 2014 RSpec 2.0T on a dynojet and came up with 200 whp. He immediately plugged in (takes 5 minutes) and gained just over 40 whp. The torque seems very high. Hyundai seems to have much more "drivetrain" loss than everyone else.

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I am really sorry for my bad english but my car is not stock it is full bolt-ons but without tune only aftermarket parts ,
The sheet gave me 208 whp , and 350 wtq
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Are you sure you read the sheet correctly? I can't see how if it was making 208whp it would have also made 340wtq.

Can you post the graph?

Seems like there is some broken English in your question as well so if you could try and reword the section where you talk about "gas leakage" and "it's not tuned" that could help as well.

If I am reading correctly, this is a basically stock BK2 2.0t that has not been tuned. Most of the stock BK2s I saw dyno'd way back when they launched were in the 225whp-240whp / 250wtq-270wtq area.
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HP sounds about right on a pretty much stock 2.0T. My dad dynoed his 2014 RSpec 2.0T on a dynojet and came up with 200 whp. He immediately plugged in (takes 5 minutes) and gained just over 40 whp. The torque seems very high. Hyundai seems to have much more "drivetrain" loss than everyone else.

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I am really sorry for my bad english but my car is not stock it is full bolt-ons but without tune only aftermarket parts , The sheet gave me 208 whp , and 350 wtq
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Find out what gear the dyno was done in. And what kind of dyno, and what the temps were. 200-220 could be normal. The torque seems high but if it was started at 1500RPM in 5th gear it could make sense. Hot temps make the stock ECU run safe, especially with a hot intake at standstill
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Find out what gear the dyno was done in. And what kind of dyno, and what the temps were. 200-220 could be normal. The torque seems high but if it was started at 1500RPM in 5th gear it could make sense. Hot temps make the stock ECU run safe, especially with a hot intake at standstill
On fifth gear, they told me because it has an aftermarket filter and straight pipe exhaust and a straight down pipe without a tune it loss power
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