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      07-21-2009, 01:22 PM   #1
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Talking Just Dynoed stock LCI 335I.. 302WHP 336WTQ

So I just came back from the dyno and did 3 pulls. Very consistent numbers.

Best was 302.6WHP @ 5250 RPM and 336.9WTQ @ 3100 RPM.




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Sure that's at the wheels?
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what kinda of dyno machine?
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You must have a factory freak then because those are almost JB1 and SSTT numbers on a regular n54...
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hmmm...Much higher than I had thought...
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unusually high. congrats if its true!
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WAY higher than I thought, what kind of dyno was it?
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Wow that seems very high is that with the new BMW performance power kit lol?
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Its a Dynojet. The car felt more responsive then the previous 335i's I have driven, exactly why I dynoed.

edit: Dynojet, I just called and confirmed, I was thinking Mustang Dyno as that is what my cobra was dyno'd on @ another shop in town.
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You must have a factory freak then because those are almost JB1 and SSTT numbers on a regular n54...
I just purchased a members' used SSTT, and I will dyno once that is installed.
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wow! crazy numbers for stock....can't wait to see this thing modded
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Mustang Dyno's are notorious for LOWER numbers than dynojets... these numbers are much MUCH higher than all the dynojet numbers we've seen of stock cars.. Something isn't right
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Sure that's at the wheels?
Positive. I am experienced with dyno's, I have a 611whp NA cobra sitting in my shop.
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Get an older 335 on that same dyno to compare. These numbers are outrageously higher than normal, especially on a Mustang Dyno.
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Get an older 335 on that same dyno to compare. These numbers are outrageously higher than normal especially on a Mustang.
Currently don't know anyone with another 335i...
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Mustang Dyno's are notorious for LOWER numbers than dynojets... these numbers are much MUCH higher than all the dynojet numbers we've seen of stock cars.. Something isn't right


if it's true, than you sure are lucky!
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It would be awesome if true, but stock 335's seem to dyno around ~250whp/260wtq stock on Mustang Dyno's. 300/330 is just insanely high for this type of dyno..
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Absolutely not at the wheels, and if it is then something in the calibration is not right...The curve looks right though. If you check any Mustang dyno on a stock N54 you are looking at 240-250whp conservatively.
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if it is at the wheels, that means you're getting 356 hp and 396 lb-ft! from a stock car! crazy
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something is definitely off, especially being on a mustang dyno since those tend to read lower than dynojets. Numbers don't mean a lot though, just make sure u use the same dyno to measure gains from mods.
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Mustang Dyno's are notorious for LOWER numbers than dynojets... these numbers are much MUCH higher than all the dynojet numbers we've seen of stock cars.. Something isn't right
My apologies, it's a Dynojet, I just called and confirmed, I was thinking Mustang Dyno as that is what my cobra was dyno'd on @ another shop in town.

To me it makes really no difference. I intend to use the same dyno to see what gains I am getting off components (primarily SSTT) and I just did it to serve my curiosity. I intend to take the car down the track at some point in the next two weeks to see what sort of numbers I am getting, and we will see if these hp numbers are accurate or way of depending on my ET's
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