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Discussion in 'Engine/Tuning' started by DIB5.0, Sep 8, 2012.
Found this on MS. Nice #'s
2013 Boss Dyno - AED tune - MRT-Offroad Pipe - Steeda CAI
Wonder what his baseline was?
+1...the numbers seems kind of low for a tuned Boss with intake and exhaust mods! Perhaps, the OP posted up the baseline numbers instead of the tuned numbers?
A boss stock dyno's at around 400rwhp so this seems about right. My buddy has a 2013 boss with intake and off road x pipe and he Dynoed in the 420's also. It all depends on the dyno and if whether they are STD numbers or SAE. STD numbers are gonna be a little higher and people normally go by SAE seems to be more accurate but these number seem pretty normal or average. AED is definitely doing great work with these cars It took me about a year to jump on board but don't look back at all.
Thanks for chiming in, brother! I don't have much experience with the Boss dyno numbers, but I guess I was just expecting a bit more for the same mods as a lot of GT guys have out there. That's all. I love the Boss and would take it in a heartbeat over my GT, were I given the chance. You're certainly right about the dyno and other factors...:beer:
Boss's are bad ass cars no doubt I just can't get over the sticker price! I mean I know the motor can hold more than ours, the heads are better and suspension and so on but my car has boss manifold, jlt intake and o/r and I Dynoed at 444rhp and 382 rwtq with a dyno tune before I got the AED tune and lemme tell u the car is definitely faster now. Idk how Sean does what he does but he's def good at it.
The numbers are low because they are in STD correction and not SAE. STD will read lower. PM him for the SAE corrected numbers.
I thought std read higher?
STD does read higher my STD number were 444hp and 382 tq. SAE numbers were 434hp and 372tq.