Yea razor lab is the man. I was meaning more ACTUAL dyno numbers. The V-dyno is close enough i hope ( I'm gonna find out tomorrow night ).
As far as Eth isn't going to eat our fuel lines or anything. The pumps don't like pure E85 ( which we leaned from mazda speeds ), but honestly, Lots of pro tuners have said that there is no reason to go above E50. And personally, I can run the cylinder pressure beyond making more power without getting timing corrections with 4gal of E85 mixed into a full tank of 93oct, so even E30/E40 is as good as anything with a stock turbo ( in a modified stock turbo like mine ). But even E50 would prob never see an issue with eth eating the hardware. Ford even said in an interview once that the ST had the mechanical hardware for E85, it just lacked the tune.
Razor's 240whp 300Tq V-dyno numbers are one extreme case, and while I'm hoping its accuracy is dead on, its just like any dyno. Its just a measuring tool, and like all dyno's, every measuring stick is different. What's really important is the way power is delivered, for how long, and how much. Razor's V-dyno and the car cobb tuned that made 220whp had amazingly flat power for being on the stock turbo, but... In racing where your at 4,900rpm+ all the time, that 300Tq at 2800rpms isn't doing a lot for you.
What I'm interested in.... Is cobb stg3 cars with cobb stg3 parts on 3rd party dyno's with OtS and 3rd party tunes. I'm having a hard time find guys with "stage3" cars to come to the dyno with me, lol.
Cyborg turbo, TBE, panda TR6 intercooler, drop in green filter.
245whp 293Tq V-dyno