Hard to say. I pulled more torque than that with just pulleys and a timing adjuster. The exhaust on my car is stock, but your higher hp indicates your car is breathing better. I would think a wide open exhaust might have pulled a little more, but that is probably pretty good. Invest the 300 bucks for the Steeda pulleys and T/A and you can tack another 10 rwhp and probably 10 rwtq to those numbers.
Yeah Brian...add some pulley's, timing adjuster, and a MAF...and try gettin rid of that CAI....see my sig with a stock dyno...with those mods, you should probably be seeing closer to 250hp...slap on the mods i listed above...you should be over 260hp at the wheels.
They look about on par, actually. Maybe a bit low on the torque. But, some of the #'s you see posted here sometimes aren't SAE corrected #'s, but rather actual #'s as measured that day by the dyno. My #'s were lower than I had expected, but they really aren't that bad.
My #'s tell me that I've bolted on ~40-45 horsepower at the flywheel and ~40-45 foot pounds of torque at flywheel as well. So, you're right in the ballpark. I'm sure that you are still probably running rich at WOT, so there's more horse to be had with a tune. My JMS chip did a pretty good job on that, although there's still a little room for improvement, as there will be more room after the intake and cams go in. Regardless, don't get down on yourself if you think your #'s are low. I know that I did, and trust me, it doesn't help any.
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