I'm not sure that is the case. Looking around at the various Dynos for any of the 300HP models 2016+ has shown that the cars are putting down similar numbers to the wheels regardless of model year. Of course, dynos, octane, weather conditions all play role.Those baseline graphs are another testament that '19+ models are tuned with a bit more power than previous MYs.
Well, yes. Dyno sheets can really differ based on many factors. I typically correlate the numbers to the location and temperature at least when the dyno has been done. I disregard a datapoint if I have reason to believe that delta on ambient temps were >20F. But again, not a solid "correlate-able" metric.I'm not sure that is the case. Looking around at the various Dynos for any of the 300HP models 2016+ has shown that the cars are putting down similar numbers to the wheels regardless of model year. Of course, dynos, octane, weather conditions all play role.
It all just confirms that the engines are underrated as listed.
Yeah, that’s what I was thinking.When the Dyno pull is being made it's in STD, i.e. real-time, that Dyno on that day with those exact Dyno conditions. It has to then be converted to SAE, which normalizes the data so it can theoretically be compared from 1 day to another and Dyno to Dyno. SAE is typically what you get on the print out after it's been converted.
I have no doubt it’s a better mod than exhaust or intakes. Intended to impart that it’s clear to see how it saves time but not yet clear just how much extra oomph it frees up.2-3 tenths seems a bit optimistic. That is a massive gain. If it was really 2-3 tenths people would be better off with a driveshaft upgrade than exhaust or intakes. If the butt dyno is guessing 5-6hp, it's not 2-3 tenths.
I’ll revise. It hits the dyno again Monday at 10am so I’ll have some post-LDPs, post-driveshaft numbers to throw into the mix at that point.I've looked at some ET reductions on well sorted car by swapping to a carbon fiber driveshaft and it was ~1-1.5 tenths on a car making over 500whp. For most non-drag racers, the ET difference will be negligible because there are too many other variables going on. I have no doubt you like it, I just didn't want someone to read this and think they're shaving 3 tenths of a second off their ET automatically. That's all. No harm, no foul.