The 999 Motorsports Supersport Dyno Report

999 Motorsports Supersport Dyno Report

The 999 Motorsports Supersport Dyno Report



A couple months ago we did a full review of the 999 Motorsports Supersport and I'm sure our tech heads here would love to see the dyno charts from their engine development.  The 999 Motorsports team ran the car on Road Race Engineering's Dynapack chassis dyno and worked with Trifecta Performance to develop a more powerful and reliable tune for the GM Ecotec 2.0L LNF engine.


Supersport engine bay


The dyno results show that the team achieved all their goals.  The engine puts out 293 rwhp at 5,200 rpm with a nice broad flat torque curve.  It produces over 300 lb.-ft. of torque from 2,800 to 5,000 rpm with a peak of 339 lb.-ft. at 4,100 rpm.  The team established a shift point of 5,700 rpm and a redline of 6,000 rpm so the stresses on the engine are low, insuring a long engine life span.

The 999 Motorsports team would like to send a huge thank you to Mike Welch and his crew at Road Race Engineering for the excellent professional job they always do!  Now here are the goods:


Supersport dyno, horsepower, torque
Torque & Horsepower


Supersport dyno charts, boost
Boost Pressure


Supersport dyno charts, air fuel ratio, AFR
Torque & AFR



And if you haven't read our review on the Supersport yet, what are you waiting for?!  Come take a look at what our HNIC (Head Nerd in Charge) Mike Kojima and Pro Driver Dai Yoshihara think of the Supersport.

999 Motorsports Supersport

TESTED: 999 Motorsports Supersport Racer




These are the numbers for the basic Supersport package and there are now more options for those customers who don't mind giving up a little relialitbity for more ponies!  Be sure to check out the 999 Motorsports website for all the details.

999 Motorsports Supersport Website

Supersport rear diffuser

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