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    Energy Coil Test

    Hi guys,

    Today i made a small test with Energy coils...so maybe is interesting for some of you.


    Here is the Ski and mods in the Ski:

    RXP-X 2013
    - ET 134 + 4mm Supercharge
    - RR 63 Inj
    - Riva Intercooler
    - 4" inch air filtr custome made
    - Solas Impeller
    - Stock waterbox with J-pipe free flow exhaust


    Wheather conditions here are really hard, high humidity, hot air and also hot water now.....


    The big difference is the aceleration...but i have to let you know if some of you are planing to use this coils...you must to increase fuel pressure or retuning....today i didnt had too much time so i just mod the fuel pressure...and here is some screen shots of the logged files.

    First run, Stock coils and 60 Psi fuel pressure:

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    Second run, Stock coils and 55Psi fuel pressure :

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    there it is the DATA that prove the FACTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Third run , Energy coils and 55 Psi fuel pressure ( too lean, thats mean the coils are really differents)

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    Fourth run, Energy coils and 62Psi fuel pressure...AFR come again normal:

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    The Ski was tested by the owner..who also gave me the feedback and how he does fell the difference.....With Stock coils the ski doesnt have cavitation at all, with Energy Coils the ski have between 2 and 3 cavitation...the throttle response was also more sensitive...more faster reactions and more agressive....

    Just also to let you know, customer didnt let me take off the coils...befroe we went to test he was not expecting to feel any difference..after test he just bought the coils.

    We will make soon more test in skis with more performance...

    Well here is the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    there it is the DATA that prove the FACTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Man still i didnt finish the post...i had to make a second to post more pictures....

    If you check the screen shot with energy coils you will see the AFR around 12...still we can get around 200RPM more if we get AFR around 12.7 or 12.8...but i didnt can today..no time and start to be windy.

    But at least there is some info....

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    TY for posting your results Jesus...GREAT DATA...........FACT!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    doesn't even matter to me to see it all I just LUV seeing the HATERS FALL..THX AGAIN!!!!!!!!

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    Well... i didnt tuning for this coils in this test...what i just was trying to logged and prove this coils are good...Im pretty sure if i tune this ski for this coils i get 250RPM more than with stock coils.

    As my experience with Seadoo...the difference between get AFR 12 or 12.7 is around 200RPM ( with the right timing )...

    But again...after one week i will try to make more logged files and test on differents SKIS...



    Thanksss

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    We are also testing these coils this weekend . We will post results as a few more skis run them . Until then no comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by JESUSSEADOO View Post
    With Stock coils the ski doesnt have cavitation at all, with Energy Coils the ski have between 2 and 3 cavitation.
    Next time, please don't zip-tie the energy coils to the intake grate

    Thanks for sharing this info

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    Quote Originally Posted by JESUSSEADOO View Post
    Well... i didnt tuning for this coils in this test...what i just was trying to logged and prove this coils are good...Im pretty sure if i tune this ski for this coils i get 250RPM more than with stock coils.

    As my experience with Seadoo...the difference between get AFR 12 or 12.7 is around 200RPM ( with the right timing )...

    But again...after one week i will try to make more logged files and test on differents SKIS...



    Thanksss
    Jesus,

    Don't you think a fair and balanced test would show OEM coils and Energy Coils equally? Meaning, what ever change you make to the tune in any way whatsoever that both coils are equally tested. You can raise the AFR from 12 to 12.7 with either coil and gain 200 rpm, with the right timing.

    So are you saying that the energy coils can handle going from 12 to 12.7 AFR at some specific timing, rpm, boost, etc. and the stock coils are not capable of that?

    I would think a very valid test would be to make 3-4 passes with a specific tune and ONLY swap out the coils and see what the difference is, if any. Like more rpm, faster acceleration, lower knock, more speed, changes in AFR, etc. between the two coils.

    Whatever changes are made to maximize the performance for the energy coils should be equally done with the stock coils.

    I am very curious to hear from anyone, what would be the best method to compare the stock vs energy coils in an equally fair way!

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