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Old 06-25-2005, 01:20 AM   #1
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Im thinkin Ill put my car on the dyno tommorow... what kind of power you guys think Ill make?
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I think you'll make more than what I wish I had in my 6
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haha, im hoping for 300rwhp... lets hope so.
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haha, im hoping for 300rwhp... lets hope so.
Here's to hoping that one of us will at least get what they were hoping for :beer: lol
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Here's to hoping that one of us will at least get what they were hoping for :beer: lol
I'm hoping your car put more than 300 at the wheels before you did anything....before it was running for that matter.
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im gonna say ull see about 280rwhp
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im saying above 260rwhp. anything below, and i will have lost all my faith in the almighty zim.
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im saying above 260rwhp. anything below, and i will have lost all my faith in the almighty zim.
^ Agreed lol
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right around what everyone else is saying. 275 hp, give or take.
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I'll say 262 rwhp and 297 rwtq. Just a guess. :dunno:
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^^ 297 tq??? i have 300ish stock!!! lol
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^^ 297 tq??? i have 300ish stock!!! lol
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260-270rwhp/tq, if you had better heads you may put down more~
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36rwhp





















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the more I think about it though... my friends GT40 heads that are hoged out, cam, edle upper and lower, bolt ons and he is like 265-275.. hmmm just have to go but realize every dyno is off~ fun either way.
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Couldnt end up going today... the place had a dyno day scheduled so they didnt have enough time to fit me in. Im setting up a time for sometime this week though, so you still have a chance at guessing
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It's hard to estimate when someone has "ported" heads. Sometimes ported just means the exhaust hump taken out and the casting cleaned up. Other times it means some extensive porting where the person doing the job knows exactly what to remove and what to leave for the optimal flow. This especially seems to be true with the GT40 heads. I've seen cars with GT40 heads and similar mods put down only about 240 at the wheels while I've seen others near 300. The E303 may hurt you a little, but it will probably be more on the torque numbers than anything.
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i am gonna agree with brent on this
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also depends if its a dynojet dyno or the other kind i forgot the name. Anyway the dynojet will always read higher usually than the other one. I got a pretty similar combo to yours i got hogged out gt40 heads a stock cam and a performer intake. If i can get 275rwhp or so ill be very happy. Im gonna go to a dyno sometimes in july or august.
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also depends if its a dynojet dyno or the other kind i forgot the name. Anyway the dynojet will always read higher usually than the other one. I got a pretty similar combo to yours i got hogged out gt40 heads a stock cam and a performer intake. If i can get 275rwhp or so ill be very happy. Im gonna go to a dyno sometimes in july or august.

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thas right im gonna go to delk performance in TN pretty soon and thas the kind of dyno thy have there
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It does not matter what dyno you use. The only way to be consistent is to use the same one. Just find a shop that tunes as well as dyno's. Jumping around to different dyno's will not help at all.
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unless you have money to hit enough dynos, so youd be able to average the results, which would probably be the best way to get a good idea of your power
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unless you have money to hit enough dynos, so youd be able to average the results, which would probably be the best way to get a good idea of your power
That is about as insane as logic gets. Averages in a scientific or engineering study have to be in the most constant enviroment where even minute changes are not desired. Only by using the exact equipment will you get a true average anything else is just a pipe dream of wanting.

This is why I am not happy the local dyno I used is gone
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Yes,

Always best to stay with the same one.
It will yield consistant results.
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That is about as insane as logic gets. Averages in a scientific or engineering study have to be in the most constant enviroment where even minute changes are not desired. Only by using the exact equipment will you get a true average anything else is just a pipe dream of wanting.

This is why I am not happy the local dyno I used is gone
im not saying "get an average for tuning"

the reason i say that, is because one dyno will say 240, one will say 270, one will say 300, which do you believe? we all want to believe the 300, dont want to believe that 240 is it, but dont want to say 270 because its not 300

so average it out, 270, and youll know its a reasonable number, compiled from your information

for tuning, go to the same one every time
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is because one dyno will say 240, one will say 270, one will say 300, which do you believe? we all want to believe the 300, dont want to believe that 240 is it, but dont want to say 270 because its not 300

so average it out, 270, and youll know its a reasonable number, compiled from your information

OMG that makes my head hurt. That is almost Ricer averaging. You cant do it like that. That is Chaos at best. You dont even know why your high or low numbers are the way they are. You could have a crappy Dyno that is not calibrated or broke, different types of dynos. There are to many varibles to make a average.
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the only thing consistant it the dyno, use the same one to determine a gain in percentage over stock, since you dont have baselines its rather hard... and the numbers wont mean very much... cuz they wont be 100 percent accurate.
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OMG that makes my head hurt. That is almost Ricer averaging. You cant do it like that. That is Chaos at best. You dont even know why your high or low numbers are the way they are. You could have a crappy Dyno that is not calibrated or broke, different types of dynos. There are to many varibles to make a average.
weather is a huge one as well as the dynometer itself. Try to make as much power on a hot humid day as a cool dry day.
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i guess we're just not understanding eachother properly

and i do take a bit of offense to "ricer logic"
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and i do take a bit of offense to "ricer logic"
I said "almost ricer' you goober. When you are really honest to yourself look at what you wrote "less you have money to hit enough dynos, so youd be able to average the results, which would probably be the best way to get a good idea of your power" Well that is what ricers do, add a bunch of random numbers together to come up with absolutely no average of anything based on detached numbers from various sources. Not controlled or systematic.

So you are not a ricer but you better lay off the ricer math!!!
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just average the results on a single dyno to know what you really are running. usually 3 runs is all you need to get an average. thats without doing any changes, and trying your best to maintain the same conditions on all 3, which is a task in itself. especially on boosted cars where intercoolers arent able to work as well when theyre only being cooled by a leaf blower rather than 100mph headwinds.

then post the highest dyno result to impress your friends.

then keep the lowest result locked away so nobody finds it and laughs at you. paper shredders are also a good investment.

if all else fails, you can always get a G-Tech off ebay and itll tell you youre making 500hp and run 10's, when in reality youre making 180 and run 15's.
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