Looks about right. Mine dynoed at 44X when stock and new. Now mileage at 10,000 and purrin like a kitten at 598 hp. THOUSANDS of dyno pull miles, drag strip pulls and track day miles.. Even pulled off the cats this weekend and snapped some pictures of what the insides look like and they are still looking brand new in there.... Ill post those pictures today. My car is 100% beat on, and im enjoying it every day.. MUCH better than the first gen....
I went to a local performance shop with a DynoJet.
The first run was pretty much how the car came from the dealership. With about 1000 miles on the car.
The second run was the good ole open air box trick, with a fan blowing direct air into. (This run sounded awesome because you can really hear the supercharger whine up, I can't wait to get a cold air for the car.)
Question for all those knowledgeable in dyno matters...
Now I had another dyno run done at a closer place that specializes in awd imports like evo's etc. Once the V was strapped on their AWD dynojet (4x rollers) and cranked up the rear wheels spun on the rollers so the tires were run on the rollers a little to heat up and than redyno'd a little slower...the results....474hp and 450tq ???? So my hp was practically the same as on the other dyno but the tq dropped like by 50 !. Now do you think this had something to do with the initial wheel spin on the rollers or the fact that it was a awd dyno only using the rear rollers ? I doubt my car switched over power like that so something is off. I accidentally put in 87 octane in the v a few weeks back but drove that tank dry w/out ever hitting boost ( didnt want to get knock ) and than in the next tank of 93 i just put in some chevron techron fuel system cleaner ( concentrate ) either way i dont think that had anything to do with the strange drop in tq.
Does anyone has any experience with or opinions on the Trifecta Advantage flash tune for the LSA 6.2? At $298 it seems a bit too good to be true and I can’t find any reviews on the page for the LSA specifically. My V is stock but with a CAI.