View Single Post
  #8  
Old 02-06-2013, 06:45 PM
Jamesonsviggen Jamesonsviggen is offline
Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: Michigan
 
Join Date: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,258
Mein Auto: '98 M E36/7:'06 Saab 9-5
Quote:
Originally Posted by K-A View Post
Ah, ok that makes senses. Seems like Mustang Dyno's (or equivalents) are showing N55's with under 270 RWHP while the Dynojet's are the ones we see quoted as basically 280+ RWHP.

Of course, with some break in miles, it's normal to see those numbers go up a bit.
Yep!

I take my cars to the heart breaker dynos. They emulate more the actual power that is reaching the ground. Dynojets are best for bragging rights and swinging E-penies lol.

The key was to dyno the other BMW before and after the boost on the same dyno. So reading low or high is one thing, but showing gains is really nice. I picked up 150whp one winter lol. Things get muddled when you start mixing dynos.
__________________

E36/7: Dinan/RMS stage 2+ blower@11-16lbs of BOOST! 18" BBS LM's, too much more to list
F30: 6mt, SOLD

'06 Saab 9-5 wagon 5mt AERO+ TUNED
Reply With Quote