Originally Posted by BlazeRex
Different dynos - you cant compare at all. You really cant even compare dyno to dyno torque curves.
Yeah, no doubt that dynapack is one high reading unit
Also, no doubt in Bren's tune, he knows what he's doing. IME 260 is on the low end for what is common for a stage 2 on a mustang dyno, but its still fine. The norm is more in the 275-285 range if the car was tuned on the dyno with some time/attention payed to it. Upwards of 300 with a FMIC. I try not to get caught up in the dyno numbers game.
I'm not doubting Bren at all. I've seen his work first hand and it is top notch. If I didn't tune myself I wouldn't hesitate to bring it to him.
Just saying that Dyno reads high. But at the end of the day it's just a tool and the numbers are relative.