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Old 02-06-2013, 05:37 PM
Jamesonsviggen Jamesonsviggen is offline
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Mein Auto: '98 M E36/7:'13 F30 RWD
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Originally Posted by K-A View Post
Interesting. Was that a Mustang Dyno or Dynojet (Mustang Dynos are always much lower). It's good to see more results from N55 dynos.

I can see 15% on a modern auto. 20% does seem pretty high. Some dyno sheets I've seen tell you to divide by a certain number (.something), and when you do, you usually get the same figure as you would if you just factored in a 15-18% drivetrain loss.

Here's the 277 RWHP Insideline dyno:

Yeah, Insideline got nearly 240whp on he n20 F30 dyno.

The 268whp was at Rogue with a 135 with an exhaust. My car with an exhaust did 220whp on the same dyno. It's load bearing, I think its a Super Flo which is like a Mustang. My car on a Dynojet would be more like 250whp(more now that I have a tune, 280ish)
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