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    how much poweer!?!!

    hi guys heres a quick qeustion for you i know the tune can be veery dependent but your own opinion on how much power do you think this makees
    whp figures i havnt dynoed the car yet but ive tried the rom raider dyno obviously its not accurate gimme some figures of what you think and ill tell you what my pc thinks its got ivegot a good tune now with no knock at all and afrs are in the 11.2 to 10.9

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    Trap speeds are a better way to guess at power than just a mod list. There is a millon cars out there with a modlist like yours. NASIOC's proven power bragging section is a place to look for #'s. It's not just the tune thats dependent. It's the dyno,ambient temps,altitude,humidity,dyno correction factor.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    Trap speeds are a better way to guess at power than just a mod list. There is a millon cars out there with a modlist like yours. NASIOC's proven power bragging section is a place to look for #'s. It's not just the tune thats dependent. It's the dyno,ambient temps,altitude,humidity,dyno correction factor.................
    fair enough well like i said i havnt got it dynoed yet but my laptop dyno read 320whp <<<< load of bull because that was 18 psi with a tune knocking and running rich with stock airbox and maf scailing after a few changes might give it another go since everything is better now and running mor boost plus any tips on the rom raider dyno how to get it most accurate? what should i look out for?

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    mine said 304 or 305 I think on my 2012 with a DP, CAI and the TP stage 2 map.... I think that's high too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    mine said 304 or 305 I think on my 2012 with a DP, CAI and the TP stage 2 map.... I think that's high too.
    isnt the 2.5l wrx's like 240whp stock? correct me if im wrong but yea yours could be abit acurate lol :P well im hopeing anywhere around 300whp now and my target 1/4 time 12.5 < no way im getting that at the moment so hopefully 12.8 on a good run

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxcrxy View Post
    isnt the 2.5l wrx's like 240whp stock? correct me if im wrong but yea yours could be abit acurate lol :P well im hopeing anywhere around 300whp now and my target 1/4 time 12.5 < no way im getting that at the moment so hopefully 12.8 on a good run
    my numbers were from a VD so that's why I think they are off a bit. I'm not sure what the 2012's put down stock on the dyno honestly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    my numbers were from a VD so that's why I think they are off a bit. I'm not sure what the 2012's put down stock on the dyno honestly.
    Depends on the dyno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxcrxy View Post
    isnt the 2.5l wrx's like 240whp stock? correct me if im wrong but yea yours could be abit acurate lol :P well im hopeing anywhere around 300whp now and my target 1/4 time 12.5 < no way im getting that at the moment so hopefully 12.8 on a good run

    On the dyno I use 2012 STis baseline 200-205whp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    On the dyno I use 2012 STis baseline 200-205whp.
    Odd... why are they that low when the Evo's are typically 245-255 with less crank hp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u
    Odd... why are they that low when the Evo's are typically 245-255 with less crank hp?
    Same dyno? Same DA conditions?
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    Stock 2011 WRX Dyno numbers

    2011 WRX Stock vs. Stage 1 vs. Stage 2

    a few references... though obviously it's going to depend on the car, the dyno, temp, humidity, etc etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Same dyno? Same DA conditions?
    I don't know... i've had 2 of them and that seems to be the average, you have the occassional low and high numbers though of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    Odd... why are they that low when the Evo's are typically 245-255 with less crank hp?

    Huh? I would be really surprised to see a stock Evo put down more than 215whp on the Mustang 1100-SE AWD dynamometer they use. I don't know if they have baselined an Evo X there, but based on trap speeds I would expect an Evo to put down around 205whp, maybe a little less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u
    I don't know... i've had 2 of them and that seems to be the average, you have the occassional low and high numbers though of course.
    Dyno numbers can vary 50whp, even stock. A shop by me had stock STIs putting down under 200whp, while other shops put them in the 240-250whp range.
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