Discussion in 'Tuning, Styling and Performance.' started by SmartAmg, Oct 17, 2018.
They use a correction factor of 1.18 for the transmission loss.
526 ft lb equates to 713 nm torque.
Because the only way to get a flywheel figure is to remove the engine and have an engine dyno test, or has been done at MSL do the wheels and then convert using 1.18 to get as close to a flywheel figure as is reasonably possible.
Suggest you don't believe the computer readout for mileage. Do a fill to fill calculation for real figures. Remaps are known for skewing mpg figures.
Yeah I thought that.
It's all about smiles per gallon ;-)
Fair enough V6Matty , just a fan of
I didn't know remaps can give false mpg figures , tuning boxes for sure as they piggy back the ecu and the extra fuel they fool the ecu into providing isn't accounted for so more fuel going in but mpg shows a saving .
MSL use Dyno Jet and do the conversion
I’ve had mine on Dyno Dynamics too at Riverside racing Liverpool - not much to choose except Acid and the boys have the skill to get the power down - at RR they struggled with mine
Can't seem to find a list of vehicles and expected remap Stage 1 results on MSL .
You have to contact them.
That's different , anyone had a OM651 250 CDI done ?
Not quoting remap figures .
When I spoke to them they advised what they could take the engine to based on my requirements i.e. did i want an increase in power but also better MPG.
Sounds like a may be tempted to do mine now lol
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