Since this is going into dyno talk, I will add this. No dyno is accurate. They will give you a ball park number, but depending on the type of dyno, your numbers could be very different from one dyno to the other. Dyno's are really just used for comparisons. If you dyno a car on a dyno, mod it, and dyno again on the same dyno, then you get the ball park add of the part, environmental factors will throw these numbers off, that is why I said ball park. I know some people have dyno'ed a car in hot weather, 90+, and then dyno'ed again in 40 degree weather and got a gain in performance, all do to the weather changing. I know vendors like to do this to show bigger gains then actual.
Example, when I had my Evo, I only put down 200awhp on a dyno. Not very good considering it puts out 300hp stock, but again types of dyno's play into your number. I modded it and went back to that same dyno, and my car put down 240awhp. From that you could tell my mods increased my HP by ~40awhp. I really didn't care about the total number, I just wanted the gain. That same car went to another dyno and put down 319awhp. I gained 80whp just by changing dyno's. Man I miss that car it was fast.
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