Originally Posted by midlman
ok.not 20% over factory..but still..I've not seen anything that says a dynojet gives back 20%.... I'll go look around the internetz to see..but what you are saying is that dynojet numbers should in theory be close to or greater than the factory crank numbers? (assuming drivetrain loss is 20%)..(in a non-locking automatic..for sure....manual..maybe 15% losses).
Yes, they get you back to a crank reading...a little misleading, but the whole tune on the same dyno still works and is a great tool. Do you really want to go looking for power with 85,000 on the clock?