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Old 09-07-2012, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default 2004 STI On Meth

Car: 2004 STI
Weather: Sunny 78 Degrees
Dyno: Mustang
Calibrater: John Shafer
Location: Akuma Motorsports
Elevation: Sea Level
Mods: FMIC, VF39, Methanol Injection, Akuma Tune ( I may be missing a couple things)

This Dyno Sheet is a comparison Before and After the Meth was installed. The dotted lines represent the Before and Solid Lines are After. Mustang Dyno Graphs Suck to read when they are scanned so the numbers are as follows-

Before Meth- 282whp, 288wtq
After Meth- 310whp, 334wtq

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Old 09-07-2012, 03:00 PM   #2
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Wow looks good. Big difference with u adding the meth
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Old 09-07-2012, 03:18 PM   #3
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Am I missing something or is it running on the stock dp and catback?
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Old 09-07-2012, 03:28 PM   #4
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STG2 means turbo back exhaust and intake. The car also has a FMIC.

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Old 09-19-2013, 08:56 AM   #5
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:22 AM   #6
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STG2 means turbo back exhaust and intake. The car also has a FMIC.

John
Looks good and smooth. Just goes to show how low your dyno actually reads. Takes meth just reach standard Stage 2 numbers. lol Its a gift and a curse that dyno. Atleast nowadays people are starting to realise its just a number and do to so many variables numers mean basically nothing. I'd prefer a lower reading dyno cause then people will underestimate you. The dyno is a heatbreaker but then in turn your car is a heart breaker. lol
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Old 09-19-2013, 11:04 AM   #7
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Yeah its mind boggling that there is no way to "standardize" the way dynos read. We have large scales at work and they are calibrated with a known standard weight and certified by a scale company so that they all read consistently the same. One horsepower should be one horsepower or a ft/lb should be a ft/lb where ever or whatever dyno you are on.

Even altitude and weather compensation should be just a side note to the actual measured value, that way somebody could do their own calculations if they so pleased.
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Old 09-19-2013, 11:26 AM   #8
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There is slowgenius, it's called an SAE Correction Factor. You can easily get corrected dyno numbers which will basically give you your numbers as if it were 60 degrees F at sea level, etc.. Though corrected numbers are pretty homo and would probably get you laughed at.
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Old 09-19-2013, 12:09 PM   #9
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Yeah its mind boggling that there is no way to "standardize" the way dynos read. We have large scales at work and they are calibrated with a known standard weight and certified by a scale company so that they all read consistently the same. One horsepower should be one horsepower or a ft/lb should be a ft/lb where ever or whatever dyno you are on.

Even altitude and weather compensation should be just a side note to the actual measured value, that way somebody could do their own calculations if they so pleased.
I agree with top statement, but the bold statement would be downside just like dynos reading different. All dyno sheets should be adjusted for weather. IIRC standard correction on DJ is to 70F and SAE is to 77F.
Otherwise someone who lives in cold area can dyno there car on very cold night and make crazy power and someone who lives in Florida would always have low reading dyno sheets. Then everyone would argue that there power level was low and something is wrong. Correction factors make everyone on level playing field as long as they are done correctly. IMHO every dyno sheet should be corrected to SAE standards just like the auto manufactures do. You know car companies don't go to Alaska in middle of winter to dyno there cars so they can show a high number. They use SAE correction standards

Sorry to the OP for being off subject here. Nice gains on meth though
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Old 09-19-2013, 01:47 PM   #10
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But their car actually does make more power, if thats the case.

Its like when u go to the science museum and the scale gives you the mass, then your weight on earth, moon, mars and jupiter. The mass is the same but the weight changes because of different gravity.

If the initial horsepower was a real horse, it wouldnt care how hot it was for the test. Lol, maybe it would.
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:22 PM   #11
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meth for the win
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