1992 Kilder Green VR4 -First 4G swap in a 3S.
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Yes I've compared with logs that have data similar to that of when I dyno'd the car and got the same horsepower. I believe my results to be very accurate, and all the posts you can find of real world dyno tests VS VD are mostly no more then 1hp off.
Finding a accurate Horsepower number is very simple, and is hard to get wrong. as it is basically Work/Time
The only way to cheat this program is too put in The wrong info about the car, put it on a steep hill, or pick the wrong gear.
^your smoothing "1" graph is likely more accurate. On "0" it spikes way too much.
For some reason Trevor had issues reading too high (possibly logging rate) and that has skewed opinions here. Italo or leonel (can't remember which now) posted a VD graph vs dyno and it was nearly dead on with high hp.
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