I feel like that tail on the end is dyno related from shutting down the run, but could be wrong. It isn't really possible to have a near vertical power line I'm pretty sure lolPowerband looks great, very streetable.
What's up with that uptick at the end of the pull?
I feel like that tail on the end is dyno related from shutting down the run, but could be wrong. It isn't really possible to have a near vertical power line I'm pretty sure lol
Oh don't get me wrong I think it is pushing it a bit too far, but I think it would be a safer power using ethanol than trying to max out 93 octane and a cheap WMI kit.Sounds like a fun build, but I'd be a lot more worried about cast pistons and no forged rods than I would be octane ratings of the fuel and whether or not its gonna have any knock. Reminds me of an old joke: Knock. Knock. Who's there? Rod. Rod who? Rod #3, ya know the one hanging outside your block. lol. I plan on going bigger turbo next year, don't see myself trying to push much past 375-400 whp with my upcoming build. I'm definitely gonna be worried about longevity on the stock internals that's why I won't be pushing any limits with mine.
The 252 hp number is at the crank. He put down 449hp at the wheels. That makes it even more impressive than your 78% calculation(somewhere around a 109% increase depending on the number used to estimate drive train loss).So stock is 252hp
This means you have found a 78.17% increase in OEM power. Thats insane! That is so exciting. Ford should be proud of this platform, like others have said lets hope it lasts.
With that much power in the shape of a focus we are defining the sleeper term.