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Old 06-14-2018, 03:24 AM
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Everyone Loves Dyno Number :)

If anyone wants to make a friendly comparison from the other dyno charts showing the header comparison on the forum today. This run was done by an MBworld member at an independent shop. In fact I never really knew of this shop until after this dyno was done back in 2016.
Mods are Evotech tune, afe dry filters, MBH long tube headers.
Normal c63 (NOT a P31) on 91 oct pump gas.
This setup made 485whp and 444wtq on a dyno Jet.
Only difference is the tune. Interesting to see the power difference

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Old 06-14-2018, 07:03 AM
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That dip is power near 6k is sharp enough to make me think either there was a bit of knock and the ECU pulled timing for the rest of the pull, or there was something up with the car at that moment in time. Can't really draw much of a meaningful conclusion other than the torque figure being highly impressive IF the baseline/stock run (which we can't see) would have been in the high 3xx region.

On second thoughts....the peak torque figure is off of a spike....what's up with that dyno man?
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