No both of those were with the 3" catback.......I did a pull from 1st to 4th gear and the dyno didn't get a reading I guess on any of the gears pull except the 2nd gear pull that shows 226hp and 226tqAm I looking at this right?
213HP - 211Tq 2.5" DP with stock catback 8psi
226HP - 226Tq - 2.5 DP & 3" catback 8psi
Sounds really good!
I don't think he did, cause I know what my own AFR's on my wideband and do my own logs and every time I been on this dyno my wideband reads about .75 - 1 AFR leaner consistently. I don't rely on the readings of the dyno's wideband cause I have my very own wideband installed full time.First the dyno needs to be setup for the gear you are doing the pulls in. I dont think it is the dynos fault, it is the operator. Did he setup the dyno before you made any pulls to match your RPM to what the dyno was seeing? When i was on the dyno he took some time to get things setup and it was exactly like the load values i see on the street. Weight and RPM have a factor and if not setup correctly you are not going to get good readings.
From my guesstimate I would think so not only from seam of the pants feel but from upgrading from stock catback to 3" catback I would have expected to see different numbers granted there was a 11hp 11tq gain at 6500rpm, and the car feels very alive quick and responsive on the street compared now to how it was with the stock cat back.So where your numbers suppose to be higher?
Yea that was the first thing I noted I been there twice on that dyno and probably did at least 20 or slightly more pulls total, I know Reggie and Ivan been knowning Ivan since he was a lil dude lol..........I run the Innovate Motorsports LM-2 wideband.Never had a problem like that with my wideband on that dyno. It reads the same on it as it does on the street? what kind are you running? I'm running the Zietronixs Zt2.