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I thought I'd start a thread with nothing but dyno results from our testing and ones from our customers.
If you have any please feel free to post the graph and list your mods, who tuned and so on.

Thanks
I'll start with a few of the local's cars we've done.
2007 GT500 stage 1 and stage 2 all done same day.
 

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Jay, did you just show proof that red is faster than blue?
 

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Here's some I've found around the net. All 3rd party test results.
1st up
RPretzel
2007 Vista GT500
JLT stage 1 & axle back
Hey! I know that guy. :D
 

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I notice on the right hand side of the dyno sheet it says CF SAE on my dyno sheet it says CF STD what is the difference.
SAE and STD are different correction factors used by DynoJet.

The SAE formula corrects horsepower to reference conditions of 29.23 InHg (99 kPa) of dry air and 77 F (25°C).

The STD formula corrects horsepower to reference conditions of 29.92 InHg (103.3 kPa) of dry air and 60 F (15.5°C).

Since STD corrects to higher atmospheric pressure and lower temperature, it will show a higher horsepower than SAE (about 4% higher). I believe SAE is the more accepted correction factor.
 

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You get a lolli.
Yes as stated my Mr.Pretzel SAE is corrected and STD is not and is usually a higher reading.

Thank you
Jay
 
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