take that and add .orig.jpg to the end to get the *FULL* size image.
All told i'm very pleased with a *STOCK* GT cruiser putting down 209HP and 248lb/ft to the wheels
There are a few things i'm *not* pleased with, that being it running at 10:1 for the a/f ratio. That's *VERY* rich and i know why chrysler did it, but there is quite a bit of power to be had by thinning out the a/f curve. I'm shooting to have an S-AFC installed within the end of the month to thin out the curve then slap it back on the dyno with the only addition being the AFC, and a/f meter & EGT gauge to help gauge it, in order to safely thin out the fueling on stock boost. The other thing I'm looking into is going to a manual boost controller to keep the boost from droping off near red-line and crank it up a lb or two.
After that comes the full 3" turbo back exhuast that the PT goes in for the estimate for on Friday. Once that's done it will be put back on the dyno to see the difference in the setups.
it's a *very* rich running motor from the factory which is a plus, as adding an exhaust, intake, and cranking up the boost a little bit should help it not only run closer to stoic but also produce a bit more power and help smooth out the power curves.