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      04-05-2013, 05:28 PM   #1
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Some recent JB4 ISO Dyno Numbers!!

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BMS was doing some methanol testing on their N55 E90 steptronic this morning and just happened to break the N55 dyno record. So close to 400rw they can taste it.

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crazy torque
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Why is the N55 so different?
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I wonder what the config is, I can't get anywhere near that and I have the same configuration. altitude? weather?
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Great numbers! That torque is just insane.
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Something is weird with that graph. Power and torque have to be equal at 5250 rpm. That is, the lines for both should intersect at that rpm but this shows it much earlier. This is not possible.
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.........but what is the config of their mule and does climate/elevation play into that number?

I can't get above 375 to the rear wheels and I have done everything I can with what is available on the market today. It's either climate or Terry is up to something........
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.........but what is the config of their mule and does climate/elevation play into that number?

I can't get above 375 to the rear wheels and I have done everything I can with what is available on the market today. It's either climate or Terry is up to something........
Did you try the new IOS?
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Madman, I assume you're on e85 right?
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Hes on meth
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I have not put in a tank of e85, but I have dyno'd running straight race gas on ISO as well. Trust me, I have spared no expense...JB4 stage 2 ISO + FBO+ meth @ 50/50 + 104 sunoco race fuel + catless + custom Remus exhaust. 374 rwhp and 460~ Tq. Terry must be up to to something OR it's a climate/altitude thing.

at sea-level here in jax with the humidity at Dynojet @ STD, I get what I get......... it is what it is................


Mike, can you find out what his config is?
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I made 370 whp with just exhuast downpipe and 30% e85 on the shitty procede something is up with you
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I made 370 whp with just exhuast downpipe and 30% e85 on the shitty procede something is up with you
I would be happy with those numbers for your mods
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I made 370 whp with just exhuast downpipe and 30% e85 on the shitty procede something is up with you
Lier you only made 369 j/k
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geez, and the tranny is holding up with that much tq?
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.........but what is the config of their mule and does climate/elevation play into that number?

I can't get above 375 to the rear wheels and I have done everything I can with what is available on the market today. It's either climate or Terry is up to something........
I too am curious as to what the config is on that car. I am full bolt on (minus mufflers) and running meth and am getting 360/454.

Please post up when you can!
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I too am curious as to what the config is on that car. I am full bolt on (minus mufflers) and running meth and am getting 360/454.

Please post up when you can!
JB4 N55 ISO, CPE 5" DP, AA IC, BMS Intake, BMS 2.2g meth kit, BMS CP,
BMS OCC, 100% meth, 50% E85, map 3 running a 75 additive, 5th gear
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JB4 N55 ISO, CPE 5" DP, AA IC, BMS Intake, BMS 2.2g meth kit, BMS CP,
BMS OCC, 100% meth, 50% E85, map 3 running a 75 additive, 5th gear
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Thank you Mike.

My only difference is 50/50 meth and no e85.

I've ran 100% meth on map 3 running a 75% additive with Sunoco Race 104 race fuel straight in 5th gear and produced 374 rwp at sea level with moderate humidity on a Dynojet.

e85 makes that big of a difference over Sunoco Race gas?????????
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Why is your dyno graph all messed up? HP and torque are equal at the wrong rpm.
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4400 != 5252
whats going on?
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Thank you Mike.

My only difference is 50/50 meth and no e85.

I've ran 100% meth on map 3 running a 75% additive with Sunoco Race 104 race fuel straight in 5th gear and produced 374 rwp at sea level with moderate humidity on a Dynojet.

e85 makes that big of a difference over Sunoco Race gas?????????
It shouldn't. Do you have a log of your dyno run? Maybe you can compare that to BMS's dyno logs to see the difference. I know other factors like wheel weight, weather, humidity, etc, can play a role as well. There are also dyno to dyno differences but I would not expect those to account for more than 10hp.

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