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This is a discussion on dyno chart @ 19psi =) within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by wrxloaf08 Prob not, he tuned it last week. All I have it the graph and numbers. See ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxloaf08
    Prob not, he tuned it last week. All I have it the graph and numbers.
    See if he has it on file still. If not, see if you can find a local member to help you do a log. I'm curious as to why it's putting down such low #s.
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    What numbers would you expect? He just tune the AFR as he increased the boost. I still got plenty of room to turn up the boost for #s, but not on my stock engine/trans etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxloaf08 View Post
    What numbers would you expect? He just tune the AFR as he increased the boost. I still got plenty of room to turn up the boost for #s, but not on my stock engine/trans etc.
    with a 49lb wheel I would've expected high 300's to 400...

    Still pretty cool you got it back and tuned though!!

    It sounds to me like your tuner just isn't experienced with OS, and has more experience with Cobb, so he's a little skittish with the OS.
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    He may have just not wanted to destroy his internals, and might have gone for a more conservative tune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxloaf08
    What numbers would you expect? He just tune the AFR as he increased the boost. I still got plenty of room to turn up the boost for #s, but not on my stock engine/trans etc.
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    with a 49lb wheel I would've expected high 300's to 400...
    Quote Originally Posted by Cicatrize
    He may have just not wanted to destroy his internals, and might have gone for a more conservative tune.
    Your #s are about on par with a VF52 + some of your other mods

    I would expect SZ49 to push out 375+ whp on a Mustang if tuned properly - again, #s are just that, but most 2.5L with SZ49/FPGreen are around there
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    Yeah, I think if you took that to a more experienced tuner and got a protune done, that you would get a lot more out of that car. I was expecting high 300s and your not there it seems.

    Your not really pushing the WRX engine and trans to the limits at 327 at the wheels....

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