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    S50B32 dyno tune results by Evolve

    S50B32, solid gains through the curve by Evolve especially in the 4500 rpm to redline range:

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    Can't see it! when I click it says its blocked by my ISP.

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    ISP blocked a dyno image? That's weird...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    ISP blocked a dyno image? That's weird...
    Apparently anything uploaded to this site is blocked..

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by MC321 Click here to enlarge
    Apparently anything uploaded to this site is blocked..
    Try switching from bimmerboost to germanboost and see if that works.

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    for those not aware multiply numbers by 0.80 to give values at the wheels for dyno dynamics shootout mode. so this would be 258whp to 265whp peak to peak

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by StinkyM Click here to enlarge
    N/A?
    Of course.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by digger Click here to enlarge
    for those not aware multiply numbers by 0.80 to give values at the wheels for dyno dynamics shootout mode. so this would be 258whp to 265whp peak to peak
    Nobody knows WTF shootout mode is.

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    it's the mode that the manufacturers of dyno dynamics (DD) created for doing power runs (as shown on the graph in the legend). it locks in the ramp rate, as well as some of the correction factors and drivetrain inertia compensations to try and make each DD machine read close to each other (to stop dodgey operators).
    if shootout mode is not used then the operator is free to scale the results arbitrarily and can cheat so beware of non shootout DD results you don't know what is going on in the background.

    when people say DD read alot lower than dynojet that is only if they dont use shootout mode and use a scale factor of 1.00.

    you'll notiuce that 260whp is about what S50B32 read on a dynojet, so shootout mode reads pretty close to a dynojet

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by digger Click here to enlarge
    it's the mode that the manufacturers of dyno dynamics (DD) created for doing power runs (as shown on the graph in the legend). it locks in the ramp rate, as well as some of the correction factors and drivetrain inertia compensations to try and make each DD machine read close to each other (to stop dodgey operators).
    Yep and what should be asked for when comparing one DD to another. Or when claiming a record.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by digger Click here to enlarge
    if shootout mode is not used then the operator is free to scale the results arbitrarily and can cheat so beware of non shootout DD results you don't know what is going on in the background.
    I don't believe it: http://bimmerboost.com/content.php?3...le-at-the-dyno

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by digger Click here to enlarge
    you'll notiuce that 260whp is about what S50B32 read on a dynojet, so shootout mode reads pretty close to a dynojet
    Need more before I completely agree but so far, don't see much evidence to differ.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Yep and what should be asked for when comparing one DD to another. Or when claiming a record.



    I don't believe it: http://bimmerboost.com/content.php?3...le-at-the-dyno



    Need more before I completely agree but so far, don't see much evidence to differ.
    what dont you believe?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by digger Click here to enlarge
    what dont you believe?
    In sarcasm.

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