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    1. Banner Advertiser Vic@eurosport's Avatar
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      04-21-2017 12:33 PM #1
      Got some baseline Dynojet 248c Dyno numbers today...




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      04-21-2017 12:35 PM #2
      Nice was this with the rear wheels disconnected or on a AWD dyno?

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      04-21-2017 12:44 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by gtiftw_eh View Post
      Nice was this with the rear wheels disconnected or on a AWD dyno?
      This was done on a 2WD Dynojet Dyno so yes the rear haldex was disconnected. So power figures would simply be at the front wheels in this case.
      Seems the car is right at about 300hp at the engine, 261.3whp + 15% drivetrain loss = 300.5 engine horsepower.
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      04-21-2017 01:24 PM #4
      thanks for posting

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      04-21-2017 01:42 PM #5
      This is awesome! What's the drivetrain loss for awd?

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      04-21-2017 01:59 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by gtiftw_eh View Post
      This is awesome! What's the drivetrain loss for awd?
      That's a really hard one to answer and it varies on every dyno. It could be anywhere from 18-20% but there's no exact right answer. The thing to remember is you can't ever compare numbers from different dynos or FWD to AWD. They must be the same dyno which is why I did a baseline for myself so I can see the progress as I start to add power.
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      04-21-2017 02:00 PM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by Vic@eurosport View Post
      That's a really hard one to answer and it varies on every dyno. It could be anywhere from 18-20% but there's no exact right answer. The thing to remember is you can't ever compare numbers from different dynos or FWD to AWD. They must be the same dyno which is why I did a baseline for myself so I can see the progress as I start to add power.
      I gotcha, still those numbers are super impressive! Thank you for posting

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      04-21-2017 02:06 PM #8
      I used to have a Nissan 350z, which was rated at 287hp. Had it dynoed once on a dynojet and it made 249whp SAE bone stock. So, I'd say your car is making about 6-7hp over the 292 rating.
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      04-23-2017 07:07 PM #9


      I had similar results. Manual with IE open intake and CTS turbo inlet. First two runs were in 5th, third one was done in 4th. The dyno operator chose 5th for some odd reason. It was also stupid hot, but 260whp seems to be what a stock manual R puts out. I'm satisfied with it. Now time to tune
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      04-23-2017 11:38 PM #10
      ^^^ Nice to see your numbers are right where mine are at, good power too for how hot it was on your dyno day. Thanks for sharing
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    11. 04-24-2017 05:45 AM #11
      For you dyno guys does any dyno place ever let YOU conduct the pulls on their dyno?. Always had this question, thanks


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      04-24-2017 10:11 AM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by gtiftw_eh View Post
      This is awesome! What's the drivetrain loss for awd?
      Some years back someone measured the loss on the manual 6R or TTS at around 19-21%. Can't remember the details or post but the general conclusion was between those numbers.

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      04-24-2017 12:15 PM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by newvwdude777 View Post
      For you dyno guys does any dyno place ever let YOU conduct the pulls on their dyno?. Always had this question, thanks


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      That's honestly a really bad idea, I always do that myself. Most people want to hit the brakes on the dyno after the pull which is instinct but that could damage your vehicle depending on how it's strapped. It's always best to let the dyno operator do the pulls, it's simply safer for the car and the equipment.
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