First come, first served. We do ask for courtesy for those folks doing the show 'n' shine so they can get back and do their show prep in a timely fashion.Is there a schedule of people who signed up during registration already, or will we be signing up and getting times on staurday?
That seems low for the mods in your sig.. Did you get a torque number too? I did 200 with a similar setup, only differences for the most part were I had a stock cam, and my head was ported by 87turboquattro.. same injectors, turbo, pump, and tune as yours.. .I got 163.
I also read that the Dyno Dynamics numbers can be inflated with manual correction factors. Not saying that this is what happens at the particular shop you speak of, just that it is possible. I just emailed the dyno shop (Fast Enough Performance) inquiring about the correction factors, if any, used Saturday.I know of a Dyno Dynamics at a shop that specializes in Diesel trucks and many claim it seems to usually give "higher than standard numbers" that or the shop is much better at tuning their customers trucks than others.
How were the cars dyno'd? Were they loaded then accelerated or taken up to a higher RPM then loaded down and "brought to their knees"?
Ya mine was done on a "heartbreaker" as well, but it was MUCH cooler outside..The dyno at 'fest was a Dyno Dynamics eddy current portable unit. After being somewhat disappointed with my result I did some reading on it. From what I have gathered it is widely known as a "hearbreaker", consistently giving lower numbers than most other popular brands. It is also regarded as very consistent and accurate.
I did not think to ask about any specific correction factors used by the operator. I will reach out to them and find this out. It was quite hot on Saturday, close to 100F.
I posted 178.6 WHP.