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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bash Click here to enlarge
    Is it me or is the N54 running load based tune dont translate much on dyno as it does on the street/drag race.
    I thought the same thing, my shop here has a dyno dynamics and I always left there bummed because my numbers were so low. I went to a dynojet this spring and left pretty happy as there was a 52HP gain Click here to enlarge But we did a dyno day recently and everyone was bummed because of the low numbers on the dyno dynamics, a stock e92 M3 put down 301HP LOL.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bigdnno98 Click here to enlarge
    I thought the same thing, my shop here has a dyno dynamics and I always left there bummed because my numbers were so low. I went to a dynojet this spring and left pretty happy as there was a 52HP gain Click here to enlarge But we did a dyno day recently and everyone was bummed because of the low numbers on the dyno dynamics, a stock e92 M3 put down 301HP LOL.
    Dyno dynamics are known as the absolute biggest heart breakers, but they are the best dynos to get tuned on.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bash Click here to enlarge
    Is it me or is the N54 running load based tune dont translate much on dyno as it does on the street/drag race.

    My car does. Are you in the area? I'm heading to Stamford, CT & NY tomorrow, in case you'd like to check my car out.
    I'll have an follow-up post within the next couple of days.
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    where are you located in nj

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    Any plans on taking it to the dragstrip any time soon?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bertinoj Click here to enlarge
    where are you located in nj
    No, I'm in Boston. But I travel to the White Plains area in NY frequently.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by RnmEvo9 Click here to enlarge
    Any plans on taking it to the dragstrip any time soon?
    No, it's not my thing. I've been to Watkins Glen though & planning on hitting a couple other tracks. I probably should at some point just to see what it does, because everyone asks me that. I never have an answer...LOL.
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    I must be missing something because all it looks like here is that you hit 425whp (125 whp delta) with 50% e85 because the first dyno plot and 3rd are exactly the same. And the 425 whp curve on the second dyno plot is the exact same curve on the 1st and 3rd dyno plots. The third dyno plot description says it has +50% e85. 425 whp is believable for 50% e85, not 93 octane only.

    So where is the proof of getting 425 whp and 125 whp delta from 93 octane only?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    Here are the baselines.

    STOCK VS. STG2 PROTUNED

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...evstock1-1.jpg

    STG2+ AGGRESSIVE 4.02 VS. STG2+ PROTUNED

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...uningaar-1.jpg

    STOCK VS. STG2+ PROTUNED + 50% E85 (not full kill) 11.5 AFR, 19psi, simple timing as this car is high speed raced etc.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...protuned-1.jpg

    DELTAs anyone? Click here to enlarge

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    The first plot you quoted is the pump gas - some of those links are messed up.

    Here is the first E85 delta:

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