W204 C63 AMG Dyno Graph

DrNick

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You can't tell what the torque is because there is no ft/lb scale on the right of the chart. The numbers on the right are the same as the BHP figures on the left. If you really want to know all your numbers you need to to get it on a decent dyno. But dynos give different numbers depending on many factors.
There IS a ft/lb scale on the right of the chart. Both Y axes are labelled at the top. Granted the scales are the same numerically but that just might be a coincidence. But we are short of information about what actually is being measured, but could just be that its actually correct! see here C63 Torque/HP Curves - MBWorld.org Forums
Those curves show a lower power output but a matching torque output so maybe one is being measured at the flywheel and the other at the drive wheel.
 

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I think the scales are correct for power and torque on you graph but perhaps for some reason the bhp seems to be at the crank, and the torque at the wheels?
 

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The X axis isn't labelled (as presented/posted). Without that the graph is meaningless.
 

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The X axis isn't labelled (as presented/posted). Without that the graph is meaningless.
I don't think its completely meaningless. It seems to make sense in terms of allowing us to assess whether the hp/torque curves are in the ballpark. Granted its missing an accurate scale, but you can compare it against the link to the curves I posted, for example and get an estimate of the rpm range.
 

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