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Kind of impossible to answer. No? But if you were at or near sea level on a nice cool day near an area where large amounts of dense vegetation are producing tremendous amounts of fresh air for the supercharger to gulp down or your supercharger is kicking out a little more boost than spec, it's not impossible within a nominal margin of error.

 

Hell, even changing tire diameters can have an effect upon torque and HP at peak output.

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You were on a dynapack not a dynojet, there are a few out here and they read way higher. TPS motorsports in Campbell has a dynojet if you wanted to compare. I put down 640rwhp on a dynojet and others with my exact set up has put down over 700 on a dynapack.

Just to fully clarify, the dynapacks in this area are way off. They read about 10% higher than realistic. I think the culture out here is all about having big dyno numbers so most shops oblige and tweak their dyno accordingly. A Dynapack can be relatively close to a dynojet if they calibrated them so but again, not out here.

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Just to fully clarify, the dynapacks in this area are way off. They read about 10% higher than realistic. I think the culture out here is all about having big dyno numbers so most shops oblige and tweak their dyno accordingly. A Dynapack can be relatively close to a dynojet if they calibrated them so but again, not out here.

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I will have to look into Tps motorsport.

This was the same day they had Cars and coffee at club auto sport, so it only cost me $60 for 3 pulls.

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I will have to look into Tps motorsport.

This was the same day they had Cars and coffee at club auto sport, so it only cost me $60 for 3 pulls.

Dyno numbers mean very little. It is just important to use the same dyno for baseline and after when you do mods to see your improvements.

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Dyno numbers mean very little. It is just important to use the same dyno for baseline and after when you do mods to see your improvements.

 

 

This .... I know in motorcycle land the Dynojet units read around 10-13% higher than Factory Tune models. I haven't heard yet how the Bazzaz units compare. Once you start tuning on a particular model you'll want to stick with it.

 

-steve

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My '12 with JLT 127, 2.5" pulley and VMP tune did 517 rwhp and 513 rwtq. On the same dyno, with the '13 TVS, same intake and different tune it did 672 rwhp and 656 rwtq.

So it gained 155 rwhp and 143 rwtq just from switching the blower. Base dyno numbers are just a measuring device...actually, any dyno numbers are just a measuring device.

 

Take dyno numbers with a grain of salt. Someone who dyno's 480 rwhp on one dyno, may in fact have a faster car than you who dyno'd much higher on a different dyno.

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