I am glad someone other than me uses the Gtech for the one thing thats its most accurate at doing... measureing G forces!! So you pulled those Gtech numbers with only 170 to the wheels.... hmmm... I know mine is making a good chunk over 200hp to all 4 wheels... your car must have really good gearing or be light.
Just for comparison, my car pulls similar G-Forces with dug-e-fresh's car.
With 130rwkw before (170rwhp) I was pulling 0.79, 0.56g in 1st and 2nd. That's pod filter, 3" dump pipe, hi-flow cat and 2.25" cat back.
Now I've upgraded my pulley, Unichip and boost conservatively mapped due to standard cooler, and its running 150rwkw (201rwhp), I haven't tried my G-Tech yet...
Just wanted to know what power I need to nail in the AWD launched WRXs to get low 13's, that's all.
What is stage 0 on the WRX guys?
What power level are we looking at?
One thing to note is that quoting peak Gs is kinda like quoting peak HP... it only tells a small part of the entire story. I mean the engine driving dynamics of a 240hp S2000 vs a 240 hp E36 M3 and a 240 hp GTP would be VERY different... its the area under the curve that people forget about and your not factoring in weight and gearing... but I feel max Gs are better than Max HP....
Whats different about quoting G forces... and better IMO than quoting HP... is that EVERYTHING is calculated in... your getting RAW data on how hard your car accelerates all summed up... I wish everyone had a Gtech in their car and did this... it would be really cool. Even some magazines are starting to quote max Gs in regards to acceleration, deceleration (braking) and cornering.