It was bound to happen. For what it's worth my 513awhp was on pump gas.
I'm surprised you added this to the charts considering the chart they provided said "Flywheel horsepower" and they never explained why it said that or if a drivetrain loss was added to the wheel horsepower to come up with that normal.charts have been updated. 97VR4's 19T dyno of 605 awhp beat out oohnoo's 19T spot, so oohnoo's was removed. WidowMaker's was added because it was a 3.5L motor, making only the 2nd one on these charts. the second post was also updated with a link to the thread with all the info the dyno's were posted in.
that's true, forgot about that. i'll work on putting it in here before too long.It was bound to happen. For what it's worth my 513awhp was on pump gas.
I'm not here to decide which dyno reads high or low and allow or disallow based on that, merely to present the info for comparison. there was also a video of the upll, and even though it was they kind that attaches to the hubs, it's obviously not at the engine flywheel, like an engine dyno. hilbillyhomeboy used to dyno on that type before ips got their dyno installed. I think he had more than one dyno on these graphs at some point (different turbo or something), so i'm not sure if the one that is on there now is on ips' dyno or the hub type. at anyrate, my point is that the precedent is set.I'm surprised you added this to the charts considering the chart they provided said "Flywheel horsepower" and they never explained why it said that or if a drivetrain loss was added to the wheel horsepower to come up with that normal.
i had also noticed that, but he did say there was a lot left on the table and tuning was rushed. but meh. if you want a personalized comparison of a set number of graphs shoot me an email through the forum and i'll see what i can do. otherwise, i'm trying to get better about including a link to a thread that has a good mod list, putting it in the 2nd post.awesome, thanks SPfan
anyone notice that widowmakers graph ain't very flash spoolwise?
I wish I had access to the spreadsheet all this comes from to attempt to extrapolate it a bit better and workout what mods are having the largest effect on spool etc.
I am going to say it influences it quite a bit. 1/2 liter is nothing to sneeze at, especially on a 3.0L to start.updated. added the record 19T run (updated it actually) from 97VR4, and Dynamic Racing's DR750 dyno, as well as the links to their threads. interesting to note, the DR750's outspool everything by a large margin. I'm wondering how much of this is due to the extra 0.5L displacement.
thanks for the heads up. it's a bug with excel or something, it relabled the x axis by itself. it looks like it only affected the td04 graph, matts dyno is still correct on the first graph. i'll fix it before too long.Just an FYI, Matts newest dyno graph in your graph does not match the actual dyno graph.
According to your graph he makes 225hp at 1000rpm, where on his actual graph he makes 225hp at 3000rpm. Just want to make sure you noticed that
Stock heads/Camslink to a thread with a more complete modlist? boost level?
sorry everyone i don't get on here as much as i used to. life has a funny way of doing that from time to time, although i do stay pretty active on the local florida 3s site and meeting with the guys here.
that being said, i don't have a real good grasp on the newest and latest dyno info to be posted anymore, which is why this thread/project relies on everyone here to see the new info and then post, at minimum, a link or dyno graph to this thread. i do try to check this thread once in a while (once a week or two), but if it seems like i haven't peeped in here for a few days after something new was posted, feel free to send me a pm (i'll get an email alert), or an email directly.
ipo, i'll work on updating the file with your new dyno once i get at least a boost number, and a little more free time