Originally Posted by Driv3r
i really still dont get why everyone cannot simply agree on things sometimes, the dyno results are clearly stated with the intake, and on anohter thread someone dynoed a stock 325 in manual with about 200HP to the wheels....i dont think having an auto would drop your hp that much...
and anyways, you guys sound childish and stubborn when you think too hard and start excuses like the world didnt move fast enough at that moment so the dyno didnt properly record the HP...
.i know there are variables on dyno's (temp,pressure, and air) but cmon dont be so stubborn, IM TELLING YOU THIS THING IS A PIECE OF SHIT, HE LOST HP NO REASON TO ARGUE FURTHER!
You really don't understand dynos at all, do you? two dynos of the exact same make, fed the exact same variables, will read two different HP and TQ numbers. Dynos are NOT an exact tool, that's why you have to do a baseline on the dyno you are going to be using, then make the mods, then make another run on that dyno, not on some other dyno.
Also, cars DO NOT make exact HP numbers. Engines, transmissions and drivetrains are built within specs, and if you happen to get one that everything was built at the loose end of spec, and compare it to one that was built at the tight end of spec they will make different power to the wheels.
If you were to take 3 identical 325s and run them on a dyno you'd get 3 different numbers... then if you were to take those 3 cars and run them on 10 different dynos you'd probably end up with 30 differnet HP numbers... hopefully the varience between cars would be the same on each dyno, but that's not even guaranteed.
IM TELLING YOU THIS THING IS A PIECE OF SHIT, HE LOST HP NO REASON TO ARGUE FURTHER!
= childish and stubborn.
Until he runs his car on the same dyno with and without the intake, and with NO other changes then nothing has been proven.