View Single Post
  #21  
Old 06-24-2013, 11:10 PM
Grubrunner's Avatar
Grubrunner Grubrunner is offline
Dodge Ram Forum Senior Member!
 
Join Date: Jan 2012
Posts: 4,241
Gender: Male
Vehicle: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8
Rep Power: 12
Rep:3883
Grubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond reputeGrubrunner has a reputation beyond repute
Default

I agree with the general chorus sung here.

That's about 40HP higher than the "norm," all things considered. It just triggers everyone's BS meter almost instantly. Nature of the beast.

In saying that hover, neither myself or anyone else here has any credible reason to doubt your claims, so, I'm calling a user error or a calibration issue with the dyno [or some other type of abnormality], as opposed to you blowing smoke up everyone's arse.

Absolutely, there are manufacturing tolerances to take into consideration here as they do happen because no two vehicles' HP and/or TQ readings are a mirror image of one another [and they shouldn't be]; however, something like a 40HP elevation over the "norm" is a considerable gain that should raise question marks with the methods used to achieve such numbers.

Best wishes.
__________________
Truck was sold today [5/19]. I got an offer I couldn't turn down. I had no more need for a pickup so I cut it loose. About to purchase a '14 Jeep SRT8 this week.

Grub out!
Reply With Quote