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Well, just took my car in to More Performance in Charlotte this morning for dyno tuning. Top notch bunch of guys there. Anyway, here's the results:




She's a beast!!!! I love it!
 

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:jammin: Cool ENJOY!!! :jammin:
 

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I love the way the kit looks.

Alex :jammin:
 

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Congrats...another hot Vette in the neighborhood. :cheers:
 

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Nice numbers and a good looking setup!!

Did they give you any reason why they dynoed at STD vs SAE?

SAE figures are usually a much more accurate picture of your results and is easier to tune with.

Just curious??

Mike
 

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Mike when I had more tune mine because it was too rich they first did it in std and then I had them do it in sae ! I'm not sure why Mike at More does this !


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What RPM is the rev limit set at ? Mine is set at 6k and was still climbing ! I need to forge !

Rob
 

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Very nice numbers...congrats! :coo:
 

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Great numbers! Congrats. :cheers:
 

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MikesZ06 said:
Nice numbers and a good looking setup!!

Did they give you any reason why they dynoed at STD vs SAE?

SAE figures are usually a much more accurate picture of your results and is easier to tune with.

Just curious??

Mike
What difference does it make? This is a serious question because I really don't know...as far as the final # is concerned.
 

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What difference does it make? This is a serious question because I really don't know...as far as the final # is concerned.
Wingnut, this is the best I can tell you....

SAE (Society of Advanced engineers) has set out certain standardized correction figures.

STD converts actual power readings based on 29.92 in hg pressure and 60d F temp.
SAE converts actual power readings based on 29.23 in hg pressure and 77d F temp.

So STD always corrects to better, cooler air so the numbers will always be higher.

STD will always be about 4% or so higher than SAE

Normally, tuners use SAE figures to more accurately gauge the increase/decrease numbers produced by adding or subtracting different mods to the engine or exhaust.

That's the best I can describe it.

Mike
 

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hey Mike... maybe it's to make their numbers look better ! i know they told me that my car with it's mods couldn't male 600hp and 502 tq but I proved them wrong !


Rob :yeadog:
 

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Congrat's on the HP up-grade, very nice
install/numbers :cheers:
 

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MikesZ06 said:
Nice numbers and a good looking setup!!

Did they give you any reason why they dynoed at STD vs SAE?

SAE figures are usually a much more accurate picture of your results and is easier to tune with.

Just curious??

Mike
Well, they just toggled between the two when I was done. SAE it made 608whp/501tq. So there isn't too much difference, but the STD looks cooler :guiness:

Hey, for that matter, where are all you local guys hiding (LKN, Concord)?? We should go for a cruise one weekend up 181, or the parkway or something.
 
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