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Old 11-15-2003, 12:50 PM   #1
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UPDATE!! BUTT DYNO SHOWS HP GAINS and is accurate

Well after the H pipe installation I now have found some of the missing HP. ON the BUTT DYNO I feel like maybe 15 or so HP. But tomorrow I will find out for sure at the Dyno Tune in Atlanta at Team Ford with Jerry
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thats a lot of HP from just an H pipe. I wonder if id feel anything with my nitrous setup or even on the NA side prb not Long tubes would be nice tho.
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Actually the problem is my cats have been clogged up and it has in my opinion and a few others been one of the restrictions in obtaining the HP goals that I should be getting with my setup. But tomorrow will tell
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doubt you got 15rwhp, but good luck.
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You dont understand I am suppose to be in the heighbor hood of 180-200 with the 216/225 cam RGR stage 3 intakes and RPM hp heads and 19# injectors I am around 150 on the last dyno and still running very rich and my Cats were fried. with plugged cats you could easily find 15 or more hp from removing the restriction. We are not talking about a stock motor after all
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you had stock exh manifold, 2.25" dual exhaust right?
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yes I do
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hopefully that was the big problem!
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Old 11-15-2003, 06:58 PM   #9
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Corey, if the car now achieves it's goals, it is because of the H-pipe.
Not all that other stuff you added. Duhhhh.

Good luck with the dyno.
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HAHAHAHHAHA I hoping this will correct alot of the problem and tomorrow the Jerry tune
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hmmmm, wonder if clogged cats would be why my gas mileage sucks as of late. The shop said the O2 sensors were reading just fine
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One good test to see if your cats are clogged is to take it on the street.
When your cruising at 40 or so and then punch it, if the engine responds to the call with power, then your cats are fine.

If it doesn't, then you may have other issues but it then could be the cats.
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Well the accuracy of my but dyno is pretty good my last dyno was 143rwhp and 178TQ. well the first dyno run without any tuning was 164.9rwhp and 207TQ well that is a 21RWHP and nearly a 30TQ gain. SO all you non believers who thought the Hpipe replacing the clogged cats would not get me a 15 to 20 HP gain, I say PUH PUH PUH!!!

But on the other hand after tuning I was somewhat disappointed with 168 RWHP and 211RWTQ on the final pull. So in the over rich condition was not with tuning but the cats. I am pleased with my torque numbers but the HP I think should be more. Well I guess the BV heads will help a bit on that .
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Kewl!
168 and no tune is very good for an auto!
I can see maybe 175-180 RWHP with a tune.
Get that soon!
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I guess I did not clarify the final pull was 168 with a tune, that was also after several pulls so If I had more time to cool off I would have been a little higher. I am a little disappointed but that is the nature of the beast
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I had a guy with same cam, same year, auto,
very similar to your setup, only get 165 RWHP
tuned. I think the older auto's suck out more power.
If you are getting an SC or something then U are fine now.
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pretty good numbers dangerdude! the singleports start at 150hp/215tq and continue with a big difference as such, i wonder why your hp/tq is less a difference... someone want to explain? does that mean you have good hp or bad tq? or something else i'm missing?
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I do not recall Danger Dudes initial dyno stock, but our 95 auto put out a massive 116 -119 HP! That is enough power to take out local go-carts and such!

And that is quite a deficit to come down from.
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My original stock numbers with only a chip, CAI, Dual exhaust and pullies were 112rwhp I forget the torque. But I had a bad plug wire and I did not know about My initial Dyno run with my engine mods were 138rwhp 178 tq. I might have also had bad cats from the beginning. I wil never know
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Is that dynojet or what? MD?
SAE corrected?
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112RWHP stock was on a brand new BMW certified Dynojet. 143rwhp was on a MD dyno calibrated that was only 2 hp off Dynojet numbers on 2 other cars the day I went . The dyno sunday at Team Ford was a Dynojet
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What RPM was your HP and TQ peaks at?
I've got pretty much the identical setup but the smalled 205/216 cam from RPM and I made 165rwhp@4700rpm and 212rwtq@3600rpm with my 96' T-bird automatic. Just compairing for knowledge.
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You are getting better all the time. Now get yourself a mac cat H from EE and some long tubes and make sure its opened up nice Corey. Then put that SC on there man!!
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Hey Rick I already have a MAC H O/R H pipe I had it installed Saturday before I went to the Dyno that is the main reason my HP jump this time I only gaind 8 HP and 8 Tq with the dyno tune by Jerry

I am now chirping when it shifts into 2nd under WOT he it tries to go side ways
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Hey Rancherlee how are you doing welcome to V6stangs. Glad to see you post here. you want my Rpm # for HP and TQ!! Damn your RPM # are opposite of mine

Well here they are

168rwhp @ 3500RPM
214.6rwtq @ 4800RPM
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wtf....those #'s are way off..


Something is killing the car up top(obviously).
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well I have been talking to Pete and Jerry and they both agree it is in the heads. I have a set of BV heads coming so that will fix that problem and I should be in the 200+ area then. But I did see the big gain in the HP up from 143 month ago to 168 with just installing the O/R H pipe. I had some bad cats
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O/R is fine as long as you don't have to pass an emissions test, our whole state is going emissions starting in January, so all these guys with O/R pipes are going to have to dig out their Cats or buy some. They aren't cheap either. I hope mine will pass inspection or I might be in a world of ****, I might get a new sticker in Dec just so I am good til next Dec just in case, hehe.
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Hey Rancherlee how are you doing welcome to V6stangs. Glad to see you post here. you want my Rpm # for HP and TQ!! Damn your RPM # are opposite of mine

Well here they are

168rwhp @ 3500RPM
214.6rwtq @ 4800RPM
I think you have the RPM's switched around, 214rwtq @ 4800rpm = 196rwhp @ 4800rpm by the math

If the numbers are swapped around then the 216/225 cam is being held back somewhere as your hp/tq peaks are the same as mine, you should be about 300rpm on both.
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No I am looking at the Dynojet sheets right now and it is as I said
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That does seem weird Corey, think about it man, your horsepower peaked out way too low man.....and your torque is peaking sort of high too.
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OK I will say it is weird also but I am looking at the number man
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Hey Rancherlee how are you doing welcome to V6stangs. Glad to see you post here. you want my Rpm # for HP and TQ!! Damn your RPM # are opposite of mine

Well here they are

168rwhp @ 3500RPM
214.6rwtq @ 4800RPM
U either have 196 RWHP @ 4800
or U have the RPM figures reversed.

214 tQ @ 3500 makes sense... 143 RWHP @ 3500 from 215 tq.
168 HP @ 4800 = 183 Tq @ 4800

U just got them backwards (or the dyno was jacked!)
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Well Dammit to hell I amlooking at the numbers and I will have to agree

168rwhp@4800rpm
214rwtq@3500rpm

The graph has all the lines same color and I am getting old maybe even having a senior moment
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