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Old 04-11-2012, 06:07 PM   #1
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getting a dyno soon, any guesses?

I just joined, I should have joined a long time ago with as many mustangs as I've owned and worked on. I am going to get a dyno soon, any guesses as to what I'm making at the rear wheels?

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CAI, 70mm throttle body, upper plenum, MSD 8.5 wires, plugs, and coils, 3.73 rear with auto trans shift kit, shorty headers, off-road x-pipe, Magnaflow magnapack catback, custom tune with traction off.

(coming soon... PI head swap, PI intake, stage 1 cams )

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Old 04-12-2012, 06:14 AM   #2
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Re: getting a dyno soon, any guesses?

If it were me, I wouldn't spend the money to get a dyno tune yet...You dont have enough mods to really need it. The custom tune you have should be close enough. I would wait until after you do the PI swap and cams. But with your current setup I would guess 205-210 at the wheels
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