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Old 02-13-2013, 12:38 PM   #20
Equilibrium Tuning
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Originally Posted by xluben View Post
I typically see graphs in the 340-350WHP from a stock turbo E85 STI on a Dynojet. 430WHP and 500+ WTQ on a stock tubo are moon numbers IMO. Why not do a couple stock baseline STI's? Unless they're doing 280-300WHP, then I don't think these numbers make any sense unless your dyno calibration doesn't scale correctly with increased power.
340whp is normal for a VF on E85 on a mustang, not on a dynojet. I posted the baseline numbers already and they're right in line with other higher reading dynos. The calibration I'm using now is exactly how a Dynocom dyno comes out of the box.

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