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I dynoed my car a couple of weeks ago on a SuperFlow dyno and my numbers were 419.3rwhp/386rwtq. This is STD.

Now if I were to use the popular 4% loss, my numbers would look like 403rwhp/371rwtq corrected to SAE.

Mind you this was on a SuperFlow which I've heard registers lower numbers than a DynoJet. Hot day. Only had 1,750 miles.

My only mods are Magnaflow catted X & Catback, and PHP CAI.


BTW: I think the PHP CAI by the SOTP didn't help at all; my car felt just as strong if not stronger with the drop-in K&N. I don't believe I'm gaining any torque with this CAI.


Please let me know if my numbers sound ok.


Thanks

Tony
 

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I'd say no.
Different dyno's and dyno operators get varied results.
Also dynoing in cooler temps , you get more boost that can not be corrected.
If you dyno with cooler temps you may get up to 1lb more boost and that will give higher rwhp and tqe numbers.

Dyno can correct for weather but not loss or gained boost.
 

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Jim, I would agree with you. All dynos produce different numbers. I guess a good way is to compare against others with similar mods on the same day.
 
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