Sure just tell me how to make my STi FWD or RWD :lol: XX Tuning has a mustang but it's not AWD.Flycaster said:Do you have access to a mustang? I'd chip in a few $$ for the pull just to satisfy my curiosity.
As for ramp up speed I think nhluhr is confusing a dynapack dyno with a roller based dyno(mustang/dynojet). There is no ramp up. On the dynapack you can just put the car in forth and give it gas starting in forth gear from idle. No ramp up needed. No simulated load or braking needed. The Mustang roller dyno at XX tuning allows for simulated load and other types of testing(1/4 mile run simulations, variable road load etc).
I hate to burst your bubble nuluhr but there is no "masking" of lag on this turbo. The same dyno and the same conditions were used for all dynos referenced in this thread. The correction factor was set to ZERO as it should always be to get at the wheel readings from a dynapack.
Why is it that when ever someone has good results with a project instead of congratulations people come out to disprove it? If you don't believe it call up XX tuning or come meet me for a ride. Not only will you feel it in the seat of your pants. You can watch the boost gauge on my ECUTEK display.