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The Official Dyno Sheets

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have a powerful car? prove your numbers and post up the sheet.

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what if i dont have a scanner?

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what if i dont have a scanner?

take a pic and upload it?

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take a pic and upload it?

:lol2:

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lol ok, its nothing special. all i had at the time was a cai, tb, exhaust and tune. ill have to find it.

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369.2 -- Full dyno tune, Mid 1 7/8th headers, Roto-fab CAI, catback exhaust with magnaflow mufflers.

(added a port matched intake manifold the next day)

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nice

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Not the best quality

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277HP 350TQ

Was blowing out black smoke and AFR was in the 10s, I kept cranking up the boost to try to lean it out but never was able to. Needs a tune bad but not bad starting numbers.

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Here are mine on the stock setup. Completely stock down to the AC Delco air filter.

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333 HP

351 TQ

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mustang dynos usually exagerate things, but id day ur pretty close to that. not bad stock. what are they rated like 340 right. if thats the case then id say based on 20% drivetrain loss(which is conservative for rwd) but since u were practically brand new, prolly closer to 290 at the wheels. like i said, still not bad

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mustang dynos usually exagerate things, but id day ur pretty close to that. not bad stock. what are they rated like 340 right. if thats the case then id say based on 20% drivetrain loss(which is conservative for rwd) but since u were practically brand new, prolly closer to 290 at the wheels. like i said, still not bad

My car was rated 325hp factory. From what I know its usually the dynojets that have the "not so realworld" rating and the Mustang dyno is "realworld" There were quite a few other LS1 fbodies there that day and some were running in the 290's to low 300's. The rating given is corrected, as well. A stock LS1 will avg 380fhp on an engine dyno.

I was making the same hp with my stock setup as a few others that day with aftermarket exhaust and hiflow airlids...so,I'm sticking with 333hp. :cheers:

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My car was rated 325hp factory. From what I know its usually the dynojets that have the "not so realworld" rating and the Mustang dyno is "realworld" There were quite a few other LS1 fbodies there that day and some were running in the 290's to low 300's. The rating given is corrected, as well. A stock LS1 will avg 380fhp on an engine dyno.

I was making the same hp with my stock setup as a few others that day with aftermarket exhaust and hiflow airlids...so,I'm sticking with 333hp. ;)

i didnt say u were wrong, just giving what ive heard about mustang dynos. So its safe to say then that the ls1 in the ceta is underrated?? as are most gm v8's

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What the shit is up with the torque numbers?!!?

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running diesel/? lol

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i didnt say u were wrong, just giving what ive heard about mustang dynos. So its safe to say then that the ls1 in the ceta is underrated?? as are most gm v8's

Salgood, ya know. Yeah, GM underated the LS1 in anything that wasn't a Corvette. They didn't want to advertise a lower priced vehicle as having the same power as their flagship vehicle. ahah.

What the shit is up with the torque numbers?!!?

Ya know...I never got an answer from the tech as why the Torque number showed that on the one printout. Just that it was correct on the other sheet.

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There are ways that dynos figure torque... I know that the 'uncorrected' number showed that my car had something like 1200 lbs of torque... Mike Haddad tried explaining it to me, but I really didnt care.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torque

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I'll join in on the fun.... 371 rwhp 382 rwtq

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well i finally got the old sunfire on the Dyno, it didnt do to bad for only having a short ram intake and a 56mmTB

1st pull

89.17 HP

109.88 FT lbs of torque

2nd Pull

87.50HP

106.93 Ft lbs of torque

3rd Pull

89.84HP

108.30 Ft lbs of torque

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merged you into the official dyno sheets thread.

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yeah, sorry bout makin ya move everything for me, still getting used to this forum lol

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no worries. :D any pics or video while on the dyno?

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yeah, my buddy who took the video is doing something with it right now, ill post the link when its up

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here the link to my dyno run video -

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well i finally got the old sunfire on the Dyno, it didnt do to bad for only having a short ram intake and a 56mmTB

1st pull

89.17 HP

109.88 FT lbs of torque

2nd Pull

87.50HP

106.93 Ft lbs of torque

3rd Pull

89.84HP

108.30 Ft lbs of torque

That's respectable for little more than 1/3 of my motor, less a decade of technology...

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gotta love GM lol, push rod power!!

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