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Well at this point your comparing apples to oranges IMHO.
If the engine ran at Indy normally aspirated and now at ASM it's running with a blower then the numbers will be all over.
What you should do now is run the engine without the blower with the OEM PCM take the numbers, compare, then hook the blower up.
Then chassis dyno, you'll have all the info you could ever want.
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