So, I've spent most of the day with my 405Mi16 on the dyno.
Current spec has an almost standard engine, exhaust cam offset key, running Jenvey throttle bodies, Pico injectors and a Haltech Sprint 500ECU.
Initially, car would run but not well. It was displaying a real problem with the crank sensing. The Haltech guys were picking faults with my installation (almost at random) all of which we checked and confirmed I had them right. In exasperation, I suggested that they take a close look at the ECU. We had done some comparrisons between a couple of maps that Peter T had sent me and we should have been close to the money.
In the end, we updated the firmware and ECU manager software, loaded a base map and all the same ignition details in and the thing just worked!!!
So after about an hour of tuning, ran load run on the dyno and quickly go to the 100kW mark.
The guys running the tune have never tuned a Pug engine befor, but are amazed at how the engine responds to tuning inputs, especially advance WRT RPM. I've left the car with them to finish up tomorrow, but their closing comment to me was that they have never tuned a more responsive 4 cylinder engine. Now that it is running, they love it. Pretty certain they will want to put their company name on the car now, at the outset they were almost sorry they had sold me the Haltech and agreed to tune it.
Best thing from my perspective, the installation has been proven to be good.
So on standard cams, should I be expeting more than 100kW??