Look man. Don't get wrapped up with numbers. This is the reason I haven dynoed.
Cano dyno 540 trapped 132
Zenkat dyno 450ish trap 131.xx
See my point? Don't get wrapped up. We had this same argument with the BWS. People want to see times if times don't match with dyno then something dont add up.
And I bet those 2 dyno sheets look like they came from 2 totally different car models.
Cano is running a turbo that is super old designed (60-1 with stg5 turbine wheel). Mainly stock parts. Probably a not so pretty powerband.
Zenkat...just from a post or 2 that I've seen, he's a BW s3? Wide tq and powerband given.
Lots of factors for why they trap close to the same with a hp variance.
Anyway, you can't dick around dynojet numbers fellas. Folks love to call BS on dyno's, but it is what it is on a dynojet. You can't change CF's aside from doing SAE, STD, Uncorrected.
Plus, MAP has never been one to throw around fake dyno numbers.
Only reason a DJ would be off is they are using SAE or STD in a HIGH ELEVATION situation (when it should be uncorrected), in which that case the numbers would be over inflated for sure...Many many times I've seen guys from Colorado and New Mexico throw crazy numbers out (on here and on other various forums), and that's why. i don't think MAP is in a high elevation location anyway.
Mustang Dynos, Dynapaks...different story.
Nothing really abnormal about a big wheel running 430/390 either. unported mani/stock 02...19psi isn't much preload on the wg (thus not much of a hard hit/high tq compared to a stiff preload). big wheel (what size are those ef's anyway). who knows how much timing is at peak torque? Could be low, and adding 2-3* could change everything.