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it was on a MUSTANG DYNO in sherman texas at DYNOMITE PERFORMANCE.

-------- REMEMBER this is a MUSTANG DYNO -------------

these two sheets are one dyno run. without nitrous.



this one is the actual hp/tq curve sheet without nitrous. you cant hardly read the numbers


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these two are one dyno also, except WITH nitrous. 125 shot



this is the curve sheet also. the black line is the a/f ratio. it shows rich!!



the owner of the shop said that on a DYNOJET dyno that i would see around 425hp +/- 15hp and 550tq.

tell me what you think.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111

he said that on a dynojet dyno i would pull around 315hp and 350tq n/a

94deg air ind shop and 51% humidity
 

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That's about right, the Mustang Dynamometers use an Eddy current system that gives you real world numbers. They use a "road load" system to give the same numbers as you'd see on the street/track.

Nice numbers by the way. :cool:
 

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thanks alot, now i just need to go to the track.
 

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ohh yeah.

gimme some headers, tq converter and some slicks. ;)
 

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Have you seen the Dynatechs? Simply amazing! I have the prototype set on my company truck, the things really open the engine up.
 

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I just installed a set of dynatech supermaxx headers 2 weeks ago, they sound awesome. I am not able to spin from a line, but thats cause of rough winter roads and my 2200feet elevation. However I now need to be very careful in the rain, they break loose way to easy now, and they didn't before the headers. These have helped greatly in the low end of the rpm range, something hemi's are in need of. :)
 

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Very good numbers for a Mustang Dyno.

For reference, here are my numbers.

Mustang Dyno = 245 hp
DJ 250 = 278 hp

These pulls were 2 weeks apart.

Mustang dyno owner said DJ250 would be 20% higher than his #'s,
but as you can see it was not quite that much.

Mods were CAI, Magnaflow, 4.56 gear, Mobil 1, TMR wire pulled

I do not have nitrous
 

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8sec03ram said:
ohh yeah.

gimme some headers, tq converter and some slicks. ;)
Talk to Bill Kondolay at DTT, if he can make a tranny that survives 800RWHP /1490 of diesel torque (at the rear tires) he should be able to get all your power where it belongs...the track!
 
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