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Old 10-30-2011, 11:23 AM   #63
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Originally Posted by jeff4946 View Post
Manual or Auto: manuel

Mileage at the time of dyno: @23500

3rd/4th gear pull: 4th

Type of dyno and Model: Dynojet 224xLC

Date/Time/Temp: 10/28/2011 11:27am 60.9degrees 25% humidity 25.82 in HG

Modification at the time of dyno: K&N Cai, vmax throttle body, ported intake, bbk longtubes w/high flow cats, MBRP catback, Trifecta tune. 3.73 gears

Dyno result 263.53hp / 247.95tq (SAE 1.15= 303.05hp / 285 tq)


Then I loaded Nitrous tune



Manual or Auto: manuel

Mileage at the time of dyno:@ 23500

3rd/4th gear pull: 4th

Type of dyno and Model: Dynojet 224xLC

Date/Time/Temp: 10/28/11 11:48am 63.1degrees 23%humidity 25.82 in HG

Modification at the time of dyno: all of the above +100hp shot of nitrous(zex)

Dyno result: 319.54hp / 329.88tq (SAE 1.15= 367.47hp / 379.36tq)

Leaves me a ton of room to tweak the tune.

Posted sheet in this thread, but will get a pic in this thread, when i get to a computer.

http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showth...148447&page=75
I am loving how that 100shot look on the dyno jeff

I am really starting to wonder and doubt the "ideal" stock v6 camaro dyno numbers. The usual number for a v6 camaro with long tube headers, tune, intake, and exhaust seem to be 260-270. If the autos are suppose to dyno around 250 stock and the manuals 260 stock, then does this mean that almost 90% of dyno that peoples are getting on are not properly calibrated? or does this mean the mods are not really giving us what we were expecting all along? It's crazy right?

Also, the pressure seem to be off. I looked at the posted 25 in hg and the correction factor and I said WOW lol. According to wunderground http://www.wunderground.com/history/...q_statename=NA and at the location of JDP at your posted time and date the pressure read 30.33, 48.9f, and 31% humidity which should give you a more realistic correction factor at 0.931 that comes out to ASE corrected hp of 244hp. I have no idea where JDP get there weather station info from for their dynojet but some take it directly from the indoor and some from the real outside air, but even if there was some discrepancy the pressure should be about the same no matter if is from the outside or the indoor. I have no idea where they get the 25 inch of pressure.

Another thing you might want to double check is to make sure that your dyno numbers are not already ASE converted numbers. Since the temp was cold enough you are def getting lower ASE numbers. STD numbers is what calculates the condition in real time.

Either way, great run One thing I had to learn quickly is to not get so strung on dyno numbers. I feel like a tape recorder when I say this but dyno is only a measuring tool, and is only to be used to measure the difference your mods have made from one run to another
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