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    Stage 2-2.5 whp

    What are you guys/gals putting down whp running at Stage 2-2.5? I've seen some places "claim" 230+whp but I haven't seen any.
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    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    I got 202 whp on a dynodynamics dynometer
    Honda's are like tampons every P---y has one.

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    I got 202 whp on a dynodynamics dynometer
    They read pretty low from what I understand.

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    215whp and 221lbs tq 91 craptane! plus PDEup pipe... 16.5 psi

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    I put down 224whp on a mustang dyno, I also have the Borla cc header.
    03' PSM WRX sedan - 326 awhp/303 tq

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    It did read low, he said something about adding a load or something to it. When he turned something off my whp went over 220.
    Honda's are like tampons every P---y has one.

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    I think 220 to 225 is average.

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    Humm

    I put down 218 whp w/ 200 ft/lbs @ 14.3psi because it was 80+ degrees. This was also before I got my A/F and timing tunned. I'm expecting to go back to the dyno when it's 55+\- degrees and then seeing the whp and ft/lbs numbers; I know have the A/F around 10.9:1+\- .1 and w/ NO knocks. I'm expecting somewhere between 220-230whp.
    2004 STI White/Gold
    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    I will be dynoing my Stage 2.5 as soon as I get a chance. I put down almost the claimed 220WHP (216.8 to be exact) when it was 90+ degrees last summer. If I don't see 255WHP plus on the stage 2.5 setup I will be disappointed and looking to get a custom tune.

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    Humm

    Or we could all just get a STI and put down 285-293whp w/ a turboback. I promised myself that I will NOT put any more money into my WRX unless it's normal maintenance. I'm hoping to put down 225+\- whp at the end by my WRX.
    2004 STI White/Gold
    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    Re: Humm

    Originally posted by chuglobal
    Or we could all just get a STI and put down 285-293whp w/ a turboback.
    Unless they bring the wagon version of the STi to the States, I am stuck with my WRX

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    Humm

    Details, details. I just want a fast and reliable ( drivetrain and engine ) car that's a daily driver which can do 0-60 < 4sec.
    2004 STI White/Gold
    251whp & 263ft/lbs ( Stock ): 0-60 = 4.8 ( Fastest = 4.1 ) & 1/4 = ?
    276whp & 290ft/lbs ( DP ): 0-60 = 4.5 & 1/4 = 12.9 @ 105mph

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    dont mean to hijack but how do you dyno on a mustang dyno with an awd car?

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    Originally posted by Maximus
    dont mean to hijack but how do you dyno on a mustang dyno with an awd car?
    that's a type of dyno..they have awd mustang dynos..they usually show more power than other dynos

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    Re: Humm

    Originally posted by chuglobal
    Details, details. I just want a fast and reliable ( drivetrain and engine ) car that's a daily driver which can do 0-60 < 4sec.
    You can easily get 250hp+ with a VF34. The quality of construction and bb in the turbo make it much more reliable than the crappy stock turbo. I couldn't stand the whiney spool up of the stock turbo, it almost drove me mad.
    Drifting away...

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