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With 670 miles on the car, I pulled 353 rwhp and 347 torque. Possibly could have got a few more horses if it wasn't so hot which made the car get hotter a little bit faster..OH, well I am happy..
 

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Welcome to the forum....Love your color choice! :cheers:

BTW, where is McGees x-roads? :-?

Zippy :z: :z:
 

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Excellent stock numbers. Be sure to send the dyno to JC for posting in the Performance Data Center. We always like to "see the curve". :cheers: The 02's do seem to be puttin down some nasty power. :cool:
 

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Thanks, it is great to be here...Forget to add North Carolina to McGees X-roads...About 30 miles south of Raleigh...
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Nice smooth curves on the dyno..It peaks at 6K and stays there all the way to 6500..:cheers:
 
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Very sweet numbers

Our 2002 made 350.8 RWHP/337 RWT, but it took 12 pulls on different dynos, different dynos to see that number only once.

Every dyno is different, every pull can vary from the last, but when you add mods, try to dyno on the same day, same hour, after a brief 15 mile run with the new mod before redynoing.

That's about as accurate as you can get.

Jim
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Nice numbers!

Looking at the graph, you can see the typical Z06 dip in the torque curve around 4300 rpm.

If you look at the air fuel ratio, you can see the car go richer at that point. It drops from 12:1 to 11-11.6.
 
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