You guys need to lighten up on dyno numbers. They are accurate for tuning and comparing numbers on the same day. There are so many factors that go into the results hich is why it is silly to think every car should have exaclt 15% or 17% loss to the wheels. The only real accurate way that I know of to measure power is the engine dyno, which is why all engine manufacturers have one. Add the fact that Erik pointed out in the first post the heat in the shop was higher than normal amd the car was experience high heat soak issues just adds to all the factors that affect the numbers.
Erik, will this beast be at this weekends autocross?