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    I think everyone at the dyno was in complete and udder shock when my car (2002 Subaru WRX w/Automatic 4EAT transmission) made 250.7 WHP (corrected for altitude and temperate) and 244.2 torque. That is on the stock turbo with 15psi a turbo-back exhaust with a cut out (that added 4 whp). I cannot wait until I get tuned. I know that I am running a bit lean right now but I was just amazed at how much horsepower my WRX put down. I was hoping for 200whp but not expecting it. Everyone thought I would make 170whp so you can imagine their surprise.
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    I should title is READ IT AN WEEP
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    They make 170whp stock! Way to go!
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    I think I am still in disbelief....thats just CRAZY....but I am so happy I don't think I will be able to sleep. I cannot wait until everyone who lives in town see's how much power my car made. I just want to see all their reactions.
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    what kind of dyno?

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    what kind of dyno?
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    Now we are hearing discrepancies about the dyno and how it was setup to use Roll speed for RPM readings instead of hooking the lead up to the coil packs. Supposedly that is a HUGE difference with automatic cars??? Not sure, here is the post by Clark Turner, the guy who tunes all of the WRX / STi crowd in town


    Quote Originally Posted by Clark Turner
    Boy I hate to say this. I talked to doug and the car was was dynoed with Roll speed on. On an Auto 4eat WRX the trans slips so much is skews the numbers. I have a feeling this is why it read so high. What I suggest you do is take the car back to the dyno and have doug use the RPM pick up coil on the Pass side front coil. This will give the dyno the actual engine speed and it will know the speed of the rollers so it can get an acurate reading. I am sorry nobody knew this. Its only really a problem on Subarus and a few other cars that do not lock up trq converter. Also the cars needs to be dynoed in 2nd gear.

    I have a feeling once this is retested the numbers will come back down to reality.. I hope they dont however!!!

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    Makes sense. I figured there was something going on since it just didn't add up. Good luck.
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