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Old 01-09-2013, 01:12 PM   #46 (permalink)
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has anyone tried the program yet i just did but i kinda dont believe the results lol.. it seems way high to be hones even on mustang dyno results.. what smoothing settings do you guys use?

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The results will be bad if you had any kind of wheelspin (even bumps on the road).
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ok so i took a log i had that i did when i first installed the pte 5431 with a sucky manual boost controller at 22psi dropping down to 19psi according to the Virtual dyno on Mustang dyno reading on smoothing factor 2 is 352hp@4288 and 433Trq@4288 and on smoothing factor 3 that i think most people use is 327hp@4438 and 401Trq@4288

Now the Dynojet numbers are as followed smoothing factor 2 404Hp@4288 and 497Trq@428 and smoothing factor 3 is 375Hp@4438 and 460Trq@4288
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do they sound legit? now i did talk to nigel awhile back and he told me on his tune on 22psi on his dyno he would think it would be clost to 330hp and by the virtual dyno on mustang results its 327hp!!! i say this tool is pretty awsome.. going to up the boost to 25psi pump gas soon and fix my boost leaks and see what it says... plan on taking to dyno when spring gets here so i will compare the results
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do they sound legit? now i did talk to nigel awhile back and he told me on his tune on 22psi on his dyno he would think it would be clost to 330hp and by the virtual dyno on mustang results its 327hp!!! i say this tool is pretty awsome.. going to up the boost to 25psi pump gas soon and fix my boost leaks and see what it says... plan on taking to dyno when spring gets here so i will compare the results

Smoothing 1 seems to be the most accurate for my log.
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Hmmm im glad i started this thread now. Hope everyone enjoys

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I had a good opportunity to play around with the program some this afternoon. I made a good amount of street pulls to tweak up my 93 tune a tad since i never really put much time into it since switching back off of E85. The graphs lay right on top of each other very well when making comparisons and the power and curve was consistent between pulls with the changes made.. I'd be one to be very skeptical on these types of things, but honestly the numbers were right on par with what i figure the car should be at given the bolt-ons and stock turbo.
If anything it is an excellent tool to help with street tuning the vehicle in my opinion and i will definitely use it in the future with changes on the car
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Glad to hear. I'm also going to be using as well!! What smoothing factor did you use?


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Glad to hear. I'm also going to be using as well!! What smoothing factor did you use?



smoothing 1 seems to be on par for me.. but honestly i'm in it more for the tuning aspect of it. But 1 seems to be most on par for my particular car given trap speed and other similar setups and dynos i've seen

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You guys should test Hp output with the bare minimum of PIDs recorded and then with the Maximum and see how the result vary.
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Yes generally for vd in the evo world it likes only speed and rpm for the best log.

And if you want boost and afr but i don't think the srt ecu can log a wideband.
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Yes generally for vd in the evo world it likes only speed and rpm for the best log.

And if you want boost and afr but i don't think the srt ecu can log a wideband.

Hopefully it won't matter too much once bbarnhil implement the utilization of the engine run time as the time reference.
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03-05 SRT4s now supported. Also added the ability to use the Engine runtime in diablo sport logs. Just start up your application with it connected to the internet and enjoy my friends!!!
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