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    OE Tuning Audi S5 custom dyno tune results - +15 whp

    This car was tuned in Massachussets by OE Tuning dealer Brentuning. The car is completely stock on 93 octane fuel. Solid gains through the curve of 15 wheel horsepower and 18 wheel torque are seen. This dyno is a dynapack, which is a hub dyno. There is a visible torque dip at 5000 rpm which we are not sure what to attribute to and will try to get further details on.

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    Wonder whats going on with that drop too. Sub'd

    Nice gain of hp, but dynapak :/
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    I was the one doing this S5. This was the owner's response:

    Tune is great, car feels awesome. I definitely notice the throttle response improvement and I can feel the torque gains...
    The exhaust sounds significantly louder and cleaner (which I'm very happy about)


    Look up any S5 dyno graph, they all have that dip - stock / tuned / race gas doesn't matter. Although strange - It's part of the natural powerband. Much like the vanos change over on piggybacked 335i's.

    FastGTI - I thought I schooled you on the dynapack thoroughly in the last thread, you simply do not care to understand and that's fine with me.

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    Its a great gain from just a tune, but i still always SMH at Audi for lacking a better motor in that gorgeous of a car

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge

    FastGTI - I thought I schooled you on the dynapack thoroughly in the last thread, you simply do not care to understand and that's fine with me.
    We both have our own opinions and experiences.It still is a nice percentage gain over baseline tune and that's where it counts.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BrenM3 Click here to enlarge
    I was the one doing this S5. This was the owner's response:

    Tune is great, car feels awesome. I definitely notice the throttle response improvement and I can feel the torque gains...
    The exhaust sounds significantly louder and cleaner (which I'm very happy about)


    Look up any S5 dyno graph, they all have that dip - stock / tuned / race gas doesn't matter. Although strange - It's part of the natural powerband. Much like the vanos change over on piggybacked 335i's.

    FastGTI - I thought I schooled you on the dynapack thoroughly in the last thread, you simply do not care to understand and that's fine with me.
    So it's likely a stock cam issue?

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