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Old 3/24/07, 09:00 AM
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Just had the tune finally optimized for the heads and cams, as well as for the altitude. The results are in SAE. A DynoJet with the latest software read 6 HP and 3 Tq off from the SuperFlow.

From now on, I'll be doing all my tuning on the SuperFlow. I feel better knowing that it implies load to simulate road driving conditions. I'd hate to have zero detonation on the dyno then turn around and get det on the road.

Anyways, here are the results @ 6600rpm:



Here is the DynoJet run @ 6300rpm. Pretty **** close. Probably would've been even closer if I had run it up to 6600rpm.

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Old 3/24/07, 09:06 AM
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Wow, you GT guys have some sweet numbers. I'm pretty much at the limit of what my stock short block will do. I may try a small shot of nitrous to push me over 500 RWHP, just to see if it'll do it. Other than that, my focus is now the track.

I'm putting on double-adjustable UCAs, rear sway bar, anti-squat brackets, k-member brace w/engine torque limiters, double-adjustable aluminum panhard bar, T/A girdle, 7.5" axle brace, etc...

I want to see what the stock 4.0L and stock 7.5" do before they explode.
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Old 3/26/07, 06:58 PM
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There should be a Dyno Queen chart like they have for the 1/4mile runs.
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Old 4/3/07, 07:52 PM
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FRPP Axleback, JLT CAI with sct 93 tune on Mustang Dyno

326 rwhp, 325 torq
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Old 4/3/07, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by mike05gt View Post
FRPP Axleback, JLT CAI with sct 93 tune on Mustang Dyno

326 rwhp, 325 torq
Not bad for N/A on a Mustang Dyno!
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Old 4/3/07, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by flapjack View Post
Not bad for N/A on a Mustang Dyno!
This was back in November temps were cool 60 degrees, stang has 23000 miles and runs on amsoil synthetic oil
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Old 4/3/07, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by mike05gt View Post
This was back in November temps were cool 60 degrees, stang has 23000 miles and runs on amsoil synthetic oil
Congrats. I'm starting the next stage of craziness soon. Nitrous is on order. If this doesn't blow the engine, I don't know what will.
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Old 4/3/07, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by flapjack View Post
Congrats. I'm starting the next stage of craziness soon. Nitrous is on order. If this doesn't blow the engine, I don't know what will.
Good luck on your next stage
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Old 4/3/07, 08:25 PM
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Good luck on your next stage
Thanks. We'll see what happens. I'm definitely not gonna install it until I finish installing all the suspension stuff sitting in my garage.
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Old 4/3/07, 08:32 PM
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N/A: JLT intake, pullies, delete plates, offroad H, custom tune: 303/318

F/I: Vortech V2, delete plates, offroad H, custom tune: 439/383
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Old 4/22/07, 08:51 PM
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263hp/286tq - DynoJet

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqyV2oeRaoA

2007 Bone Stock manual with 1,650 miles on the clock.
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Old 4/23/07, 02:05 AM
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Dyno Dynamics Dynamometer
Baseline: 272rwhp
Best N/A Pull: 302.4RWHP, 332.5RWTQ (click for Video)
  • JLT-II CAI
  • SCT XCal-II (BamaChips Performance 93 tune)
Best FI Pull: 465.2RWHP, 470.8RWTQ (click for Video)
  • H.O Whipple @ 10PSI
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Old 4/23/07, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by G.T View Post
Dyno Dynamics Dynamometer
Baseline: 272rwhp
Best N/A Pull: 302.4RWHP, 332.5RWTQ (click for Video)
  • JLT-II CAI
  • SCT XCal-II (BamaChips Performance 93 tune)
Best FI Pull: 465.2RWHP, 470.8RWTQ (click for Video)
  • H.O Whipple @ 10PSI
Good #'s! Question though; to get 302.4rwhp / 332.5rwtq are the only mods you had the JLT Cai & SCT Tune?
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Old 4/23/07, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by PIKE2244 View Post
Good #'s! Question though; to get 302.4rwhp / 332.5rwtq are the only mods you had the JLT Cai & SCT Tune?
yup.. and i'm running 98 Octane fuel in Dubai, which is equivalent to 94 Octane in the states.
The Dyno Dynamics numbers are generally higher than others by a few rwhp.
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Do you have any idea by how many rwhp it deviates?
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Old 4/23/07, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by PIKE2244 View Post
Do you have any idea by how many rwhp it deviates?
well my baseline (272rwhp)wasn't so off compared to other baselines i've seen.
usually ranging around 260-265rwhp
so it's about 10-15rwhp higher than a dynojet
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Old 4/23/07, 05:53 PM
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Custom tuned by Justin at VMP TUNING on his Dynojet (load capable)

440 hp / 421 trq


Vid of one run



Dyno sheet
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Old 4/28/07, 10:15 PM
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478 rwhp 450 tq




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Old 4/30/07, 03:21 PM
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Wow.. I forgot this thread even existed. Amazing what a difference two years makes

Saleen series VI twinscrew, 3.4" 9.5psi pulley, GT Supercar fuel pump, 40a BAP, 39lb injectors, Kooks headers, Kooks hi-flow cats, 4.10 gears, Meziere electric water pump.

Custom tuned by HPP Racing, running 93 pump gas and only 17 degrees of timing.

500.9 rwhp SAE corrected on a dynojet 469.7ft lbs rwtq
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