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Q6543

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Where you read SAE 1.02 … that’s adding power to your numbers.
You would’ve dynoed 396 that day.

a stock gen 4 in 7th would be closer to 430 stock.
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Where you read SAE 1.02 … that’s adding power to your numbers.
You would’ve dynoed 396 that day.

a stock gen 4 in 7th would be closer to 430 stock.
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Yes, 1.02 is the correction factor, which changes based on environmental factors. I'm in North Mississippi where we have very high temps and humidity.
 
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It will be nice when we see some gen 3 vs gen 4 dynos back to back on the same day. I believe it will confirm some power gains. Comparing years old numbers on different dynos is pretty silly.

Id love to see a 23 mach1 vs a 24 Dark Horse same day and dyno. Or a 23 GT vs 24 GT. Or even 24 GT vs 24 DH. Thats the only way we will get accurate comparisons.
 

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Comparing years old numbers on different dynos is pretty silly.

…same day and dyno.
I kinda think of dynos as one’s own personal drag strip. As long as same strip same conditions I’m able to tell if the mod improves or reduces performance. Different dyno different parameters = different track.
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