Thanks for feedback. I've been very happy with curve where it is. If I try to launch the car for a 0-60 I already have a very hard time with wheel spin. For highway driving though it is absolutely amazing how it pulls.I thought my torque peak was late at 2700, but yours is later. Mine is later in part because this was a 6000 RPM tune.
You might want to talk to Malone and see if they can get the turbo to spool a bit faster.
I didn't really participate much in the setup aside from providing the vehicle weight which was on my registration card and I confirmed with an online search.Love your car, and any souped up Beetle!
I'll post up my mustang dyno results for the Beetle in my signature below for comparison, when I get home tomorrow.
I didn't really know much about getting a good dyno run before I went, so I posted a thread in this forum for advice, and did a bunch of other reading.
Everyone locally told me to expect to be disappointed with my numbers at this particular dyno, but in the end I was pleased.
Did your dyno operator have an rpm pickup for diesels? Mine did not, so we had to take a few more steps in calibrating the rollers. We used actual speed, with cruise control set, and rpm and speed taken from VCDS scanner at two points in rpm scale.
I think I recall that the weight of the car was important for an accurate calibration. I see your weight is not realistic by 450-500 lbs. Not sure if that would have an effect.
I did all my runs in 4th gear.