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This is a discussion on Mustang Dyno Results Stage 2 13' WRX Limited Sedan within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Looking for some feedback on the results below please. I am very happy with the performance and the car is ...

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    Mustang Dyno Results Stage 2 13' WRX Limited Sedan

    Looking for some feedback on the results below please. I am very happy with the performance and the car is pulling very well. I thought the HP looks a bit low but I'm happy with the tourqe. Any thought? Thanks, Ballen






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    Boost is lower than I typically map S2 cars for (17.5-18.5). AFRs are a richer than I would put them up top with a WBO2 (11-11.2:1).

    Nothing seems awful in that graph, though.
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    Your torque looks the same as my Stg 2 STI on a dynojet, so Id be happy with that, but the boost seems lower than it could be.

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    Thanks EJ,
    Not awful is not exactly what I was hoping to hear but I appreciate your feedback. Are these typical HP and TQ values of what you would see from a S2 wrx on a mustang dyno?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballen
    Thanks EJ,
    Not awful is not exactly what I was hoping to hear but I appreciate your feedback. Are these typical HP and TQ values of what you would see from a S2 wrx on a mustang dyno?
    It's tuned differently than I would map the car. By "not awful", I meant there's nothing in that graph that say "start saving for a new shortblock". As for your question about "typical numbers", there's no way we can answer that without knowing what stock cars baseline on that particular dyno; even then, it's preferable you have a baseline of your car done.

    See thread: Dyno FAQ

    Are you able to log the car? If so, upload a log to Google Docs (set to public) or email me (link in signature) and I can give you more insight onto the tune.
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    My guess, without seeing a log, would be that they mapped your car to run a bit more ignition timing to make up for the lower boost.

    For reference, here's a S1 graph I have on my computer (tune is still not completed), but it's closer to the boost levels you're running than posting one of my S2s:
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    (tune is still not completed)
    Were you intending for me to see that??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvinball
    Were you intending for me to see that??
    LOL I'm hoping we can finish it up this weekend. I'll have my laptop/cable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    LOL I'm hoping we can finish it up this weekend. I'll have my laptop/cable...
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    I don't know much about numbers, but i'd say that torque for a stage 2 is a good amount. Especially for a stage 2
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    I'll add to this that my friend has a 2005 Evo that ran a 12.0 with 280 series summer tires and his mustang dyno numbers are 330/330... i'd say 321 is really good. He's got A LOT of mods on that car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    I'll add to this that my friend has a 2005 Evo that ran a 12.0 with 280 series summer tires and his mustang dyno numbers are 330/330... i'd say 321 is really good. He's got A LOT of mods on that car.
    Not to hate, but OP's car isn't going to run anywhere near a 12.0

    Very high 12 very low 13 dependent on the driver and the launch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Methodical4u View Post
    I'll add to this that my friend has a 2005 Evo that ran a 12.0 with 280 series summer tires and his mustang dyno numbers are 330/330... i'd say 321 is really good. He's got A LOT of mods on that car.
    Not to hate, but OP's car isn't going to run anywhere near a 12.0

    Very high 12 very low 13 dependent on the driver and the launch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maus View Post
    Not to hate, but OP's car isn't going to run anywhere near a 12.0

    Very high 12 very low 13 dependent on the driver and the launch.
    I wasn't implying that he would run a 12.0... my point was simply that in a wrx vs. an Evo with a lot of mods, that 321 ft. lbs vs 330 ft. lbs was a very good number IMO on a mustang dyno. If a stock wrx can run a 12.9 (I think that's the best number that i've seen from a bone stock one), then he could run at least a 12.5 IMO. He might rip the tranny out in the process, but it would likely run it lol.
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