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Just as the title says, I'm curious how accurate the dyno feature is on the Cobb AP. I know it won't be anywhere near as accurate as going to an actual dyno, but I'm just looking to get a ball park idea of how much power I have.

The main reason I ask is because I tried it over the weekend, and over 10 tries my horse power is in the 389-403 range, to me that seems really high for what mods I have (full stage 1 with 91 fuel). The car defiantly feels like its well over 300 horsepower, but I haven't driven a 400 hp car so I have nothing to compare my car too.

Also when I tested it conditions were perfect, less then 100ft above sea level and 65 °F and on a level strait road.

Thanks for any insights you guys can give.
 

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Why don't you just do a wot log with your ap then plug the log into virtual dyno. It will give you whp and wtq. It's MSF approved for being accurate. Subis and Evo's swear by it too.

Download it. It's free--------> http://www.virtualdyno.net/
 
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I tried it... It says i have 735 hp and 698 tq 0_o
 

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Lol
 
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