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      04-03-2013, 12:06 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by SYZ View Post
why is your car running such low boost? I thought that the size of the pulley dictates what PSI is generated.
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Originally Posted by Mike Benvo View Post
Less boost and more power is a good thing

Nice runs
It's a mystery...just guesses at this point. The measurement seem to be correct as they are consistent (over 25 dyno's) and have been confirmed by the installation of a mechanical boost guage. Mike is right in that less boost and more power is a good thing

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Originally Posted by NikB316 View Post
Very nice and consistent dynos - your car was a beast at the last event.

What kind of numbers does this translate to SAE wise? I was under the impression that SAE was the industry standard for dyno data but please correct me if I'm wrong as I am a little new to the dyno world.

That 8600rpm redline must be fun!
Thx yeah I need to pull up the charts but yes SAE is a tad bit lower. Uncorrected was about the same as STD. Not sure about what is considered industry "standard" but I thought STD is "standard"
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