The temp was 95*, car has a little over 5k miles, the only mod are exhaust and long tube with no cats, and the newest trifecta tune.
The dyno was a dynojet 248x inertia 2000hp chassis dyno located in beltsville md@SRT home of the fastest lexus is300.
I do not have a baseline for my car, but others on the same dyno produced around 232rwhp stock in 90+ heat, and around 240rwhp in a cooler 50's.
I dynoed 264rwhp
The reason for today's dyno was to get a baseline established for trifecta's e85 tune I am currently testing. So far so good! With the proper timing, AFR, and control of valve timing VVT
, we can manipulate the effective compression to take advantage of e85's 105 octane and its cooling nature to pump out more power than what a usual N/A car can do.