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tscomptuned - fp black - STOCK BLOCK - virtual dyno vs dynojet / take two - 600whp+

So I made a thread about this car a few weeks ago with virtual dyno showing 570 in 80f temps and then 600whp in cooler temps.. I also said i was going to get the owner on a dynojet for a comparison as well and we did just that.

Below are virtual dyno vs dynojet results.. in Standard, Uncorrected and SAE. The car is from FL so heat is definitely an issue yet it still managed to crack well into the 600whp territory.

Mods are the same as before:

Stock Block & Head
FP Black (JB)
Kelford 272s
Toxic Fab tubular exhaust mani
MAP 3" recirc dump
FP Intake Pipe
BR Filter intake
BR 65mm TB
BR Ported Intake mani
BR Double Pumper
BR Mini Battery kit (A Real One LOL)
BR 3" TBE w/ two Magnaflows (no cat)
Forge RS BOV
Forge MBC
Grimmspeed 3 port
Precision 1200cc Injectors
Spoolin Up COP
ETS 3.8" Garrett core FMIC
ETS 2.5" Upper & Lower Piping
ARP Headstuds
Kiggly HLA pressure reg
ACT Clutch

Boost pressure: 38psi drop to 36psi
Fuel: E85

Please Note: The virtual dyno pull was not done on the same day as the dyno runs, but looks to be very close to the uncorrected / SAE graph on the dynojet. The virtual dyno graph is being shared to show that it is still well within the ball park even though they are not true back to back.. there is a 7-10 day variance here.



smoothing 1 = 613
smoothing 3 = 603
smoothing 5 = 602
smoothing 8 = 599
smoothing 10 = 597

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Dynojet results and video:

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Standard:



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ls3BJGsiaaA
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FIRST! soooooooooooooooo jealous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!! cant wait to get mine back on the road and tuned. great job as always Tom

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wow gotta love that stock block, power band looks super great. Gotta be an blast on the street !!!
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So out of curiosity what did you revamp to get it to match so close? I spent some time playing with it the other day and was off by 100/100 (on the low side actually) on GotWheelHop's car. I kept getting some weird errors as well so maybe its just I need to update. Not sure but would like to get it that close, especially since I think there are definitely some flat enough roads to get it pretty accurate.

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nice job tom!! this guys absolutely insane.... and i love it
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Great job. Awesome numbers and once again spot on numbers.
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Originally Posted by JohnBradley View Post
So out of curiosity what did you revamp to get it to match so close? I spent some time playing with it the other day and was off by 100/100 (on the low side actually) on GotWheelHop's car. I kept getting some weird errors as well so maybe its just I need to update. Not sure but would like to get it that close, especially since I think there are definitely some flat enough roads to get it pretty accurate.

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nothing has changed. make sure you use the smooth time and rpm feature in the settings though.
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so maybe I am at 430hp after all. haha. Good stuff Tom!
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Very nice!
Cant wait for my bb fpblack
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not to be that guy but I cant see that lasting at all....thats like a ticking time bomb. I know Tom is a great tuner and all but thats pretty much at the limit on the stock bottom end. Good luck
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I have a built motor with higher compression and I'm not even at this level. I must be doing something wrong.
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wow, love it.

Tom, great job!
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Originally Posted by tscompusa View Post
nothing has changed. make sure you use the smooth time and rpm feature in the settings though.
Tom, continuing from what Aaron posted, are you using the logs from the dyno to plot a VDR, or does it have to be a road pull to have accurate results?

Sick numbers for a stock block though. Keep up the good work, man.
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amazing, and very impressive how close vd is even for those high power levels
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