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post #1 of 7 Old 05-10-2007, 01:59 AM Thread Starter
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Dyno #'s seam low.???

I had my 05 10 dynoed at a local shop. It was done on a 250I with tuning link.
It took 1.5hrs on the dyno and this guy took his time and really did a good job.

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Some basic head work. Cleaned up ports, blended valve seats ect.
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Exhaust butterfly valve removed
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It was at 150 before the tune and ended up at 157 after the tune

I will post graphs Tomaro. That just seams low to me it should be around 165-170 I would think.

On a positive note the curves look great for 4K to 12 K there is less than 10ft lbs of torque deviation. The curve is FLAT. Peaking around 10.5

Hp makes a perfect line and pulls to rev limiter and never falls off. No dips at all. Looks like the line was drawn with a ruler. It looks like I can rev it more and make more power.


One question with the -2 sprocket throw off the reading? It has no Speedo healer.When he was doing 4th gear pulls It toped out at 172 on the computer screen that is not even close to actual speed but it might read that on the Speedo.

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Perfect lines can be achieved by smoothing the aspect ratios on the graph , if you scaled with smaller increments you will see a whole different picture, but all in all , it sounds like you generated "real world" numbers.
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the sprocket could throw the dyno off a bit, dynojet dynos are more of an accelerometer so it measures how fast it spins a drum. kinda gotta stick to the numbers are just numbers kinda thing.
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So what do the graphs look like in comparison to other 10's .

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Look at the temp. That could possibly play a role in lower HP numbers. But I don't think with your mods you would have 165-170 wheel HP. Realistic stock wheel HP numbers are 145-150. 15-20 wheel HP with minor headwork and tuning is a ton. I know guys with full headwork, extensive A\F and Ignition tuning, full system, ect.... getting 165-170 wheel HP. I think with cooler temps you might be in the 158-160 wheel HP. I dynoed stock [email protected] with 73.7ft.\lbs. But thats just what I've experienced.

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My stock 06 made 160. After intake cam, head gasket, ti force exh. and mapping I made 175rwhp. Had the same cam timing #'s as you.
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