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Not bad for a stock turbo :) 330whp

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Dyno: Mustang Dyno @ Dynotech
Tuner: Matt Miner
Wheel HP: 350
Wheel TQ: 325
Target Boost: 20.1
Elevation: Sea Level
Fuel: Pump 93

Mods:
-DeatschWerks DW65c Series Fuel Pump
-Injector Dynamics Fuel Injectors Top Feed 1000cc
-Crawford TMIC Air Oil Separator
-Invidia Downpipe Catted Divorced Wastegate
-Tomei Experme Ti
-AEM 2008-2013 WRX / STI Wrinkle Red Cold Air Intake
-GrimmSpeed 44mm External Wastegate Uppipe
-Tial MV-R Wastegate 44mm

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Do you happen to have baseline numbers? Its a lovely curve those are just high #'s for only 20psi.
Yeah, those are actually really decent numbers for really only having a few mods. And thats on a mustang dyno, don't they usually read lower?
Yeah, those are actually really decent numbers for really only having a few mods. And thats on a mustang dyno, don't they usually read lower?
A Protune can get you some pretty good power, and Matt Miner has an outstanding reputation as a reliable, trustworthy tuner. Supposedly they can run stage 1 setups without any further mods that at least by report on a stage 1 street tune get you "mid to high 300 hp at the crank" at close to 20psi of boost very reliably.

Still, 350whp on a stock turbo at 20psi seems a bit high.

And yes, their dyno is "just about right". In other words, the dyno they use for tuning is neither conservative nor liberal, it tends to be middle of the road and "reliable" in terms of estimating.

Does this car have TGV deletes, lightweight something of the other or other little things that can get you a few more WHP here and there that aren't directly "power mods"?
A Protune can get you some pretty good power, and Matt Miner has an outstanding reputation as a reliable, trustworthy tuner. Supposedly they can run stage 1 setups without any further mods that at least by report on a stage 1 street tune get you "mid to high 300 hp at the crank" at close to 20psi of boost very reliably.

Still, 350whp on a stock turbo at 20psi seems a bit high.

And yes, their dyno is "just about right". In other words, the dyno they use for tuning is neither conservative nor liberal, it tends to be middle of the road and "reliable" in terms of estimating.

Does this car have TGV deletes, lightweight something of the other or other little things that can get you a few more WHP here and there that aren't directly "power mods"?
Light weight mods as in decreasing vehicle weight do not affect dyno HP.
Light weight mods as in decreasing vehicle weight do not affect dyno HP.
A lightweight carbon driveshaft and maybe light crank pulley/flywheel results in less drivetrain loss which can increase dyno numbers. I doubt the OP has them though lol
A Protune can get you some pretty good power, and Matt Miner has an outstanding reputation as a reliable, trustworthy tuner. Supposedly they can run stage 1 setups without any further mods that at least by report on a stage 1 street tune get you "mid to high 300 hp at the crank" at close to 20psi of boost very reliably.

Still, 350whp on a stock turbo at 20psi seems a bit high.

And yes, their dyno is "just about right". In other words, the dyno they use for tuning is neither conservative nor liberal, it tends to be middle of the road and "reliable" in terms of estimating.

Does this car have TGV deletes, lightweight something of the other or other little things that can get you a few more WHP here and there that aren't directly "power mods"?
Matt Miner is an amazing tuner it was night and day stock vs pro tune with him.
No TGV Deletes or any lightweight items besides the mods listed built ons with fuel upgrades help the car on the top end where your stock injectors are pretty maxed out at 6500 vs the 1000 id injectors and fuel pump as well.
I only netted 300 WHP at EFILogics and have similar mods. Only difference would be 850cc vs 1000cc and I kept the internal wastegate...and not sure if the DP is catless
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