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Old 09-27-2012, 02:32 PM   #1856
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I had a friend talk about those two dynos, what's the difference?
Dynojets tend too read higher than a Mustang dyno. My friends like to call them "happy" dyno.
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:02 PM   #1857
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Dynojets tend too read higher than a Mustang dyno. My friends like to call them "happy" dyno.
Ahh so mustang dyno would be better as more accurate?
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Old 09-27-2012, 05:57 PM   #1858
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Ahh so mustang dyno would be better as more accurate?
I'm honestly not sure, I'm just relaying what my friends were saying
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Old 09-27-2012, 06:02 PM   #1859
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Old 09-27-2012, 06:03 PM   #1860
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I'm honestly not sure, I'm just relaying what my friends were saying
Ah
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:05 PM   #1861
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Dynojets tend too read higher than a Mustang dyno. My friends like to call them "happy" dyno.
Dynojet doesn't put a load on the car it free spins, the mustang dyno has a braking system on it that is supposted to make it like the car is driving down the road... The numbers the MD gives you is what your truly feeling when you drive the car down the road everyday
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:24 PM   #1862
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Dynojet doesn't put a load on the car it free spins, the mustang dyno has a braking system on it that is supposted to make it like the car is driving down the road... The numbers the MD gives you is what your truly feeling when you drive the car down the road everyday
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Haha. What lb injectors would I need to get if I upgraded?
Unless you plan on a huge build I would just look for a set of terminator cobra injectors. They are 39 lbs.

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Another thing about dynos. You get single rollers and double rollers. Where the wheels either sit on one roller or in the valley between two of them. The true mustang dynos are dual rollers and that too generates a lower hp number. For reference, a mustang dyno reads a good 25%lower than a dynojet.
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Old 09-27-2012, 10:10 PM   #1864
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Unless you plan on a huge build I would just look for a set of terminator cobra injectors. They are 39 lbs.

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Another thing about dynos. You get single rollers and double rollers. Where the wheels either sit on one roller or in the valley between two of them. The true mustang dynos are dual rollers and that too generates a lower hp number. For reference, a mustang dyno reads a good 25%lower than a dynojet.
Oh ok. Thanks for the tip! And aww.. That's sad... I like those numbers! Lll.

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*lol. Stupid autocorrect...
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We hit a black and white =\
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Painted my Steeda CAI.
I need to do that since CAI looks like crap. I'm thinking of making my accent color grabber blue. Not sure if the CAI would be too much though. Maybe I could stripe it.
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We hit a black and white =\
You hit a cop? Lol
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You hit a cop? Lol
Jaja no a skunk
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Jaja no a skunk
Haha, I was about to say did he go all gta san andreas on you??

Skunks are no fun :/
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Haha, I was about to say did he go all gta san andreas on you??

Skunks are no fun :/
Jajaja. No sir when I got in this morning it stunk a bit
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Just had us a sweet run on our way to work.
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Went on a nice drive with the top down. Not many days left for her this year.
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Went on a nice drive with the top down. Not many days left for her this year.
So lucky you can per her in hibernation over the winter.
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I didn't do a damn thing with her today. Now I feel bad!
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So lucky you can per her in hibernation over the winter.
Agreed, I wish I had a car I could drive over the winter, the salt is going to destroy it I'm afraid... I'm trying to decide if I should buy a winter car, a computer or just save my money.....
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:25 PM   #1876
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Well almost got my steeda cold air intake completely installed. I like a dummy was putting the sensor in a dropped the tip in my engine bay and can't seem to retrieve it. It was to dark. Any ideas? Also I can't seem to get the sound tube clip back on help ?
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Get a winter car, you won't be sorry.
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Agreed, I wish I had a car I could drive over the winter, the salt is going to destroy it I'm afraid... I'm trying to decide if I should buy a winter car, a computer or just save my money.....
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So these emblems I put on shouldn't come off in the car wash right?
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So these emblems I put on shouldn't come off in the car wash right?
They're just on with 3M tape right? Did you clean the wax off of the area before installation? Or were there already badges there b4?
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They're just on with 3M tape right? Did you clean the wax off of the area before installation? Or were there already badges there b4?
Yea they are 3m. Yea I cleaned the area. I used goo gone and then cleaned the area again and made sure it was dry.
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Yea they are 3m. Yea I cleaned the area. I used goo gone and then cleaned the area again and made sure it was dry.
They should be on there pretty damn good then
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They should be on there pretty damn good then
Ok cool! Thanks! Sweet ride by the way!
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got my oil pressure gauge hooked up today was a PITA to get the power steering pump off
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Loaded her up and drove her to the golf course, so I could spend time doing my other vice. The cooler weather was nice.
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52 miles used a 1/4 what the heck, darn you Pic Quick your ethanol free gas kinda sucks
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52 miles used a 1/4 what the heck, darn you Pic Quick your ethanol free gas kinda sucks
That sucks lol mine feels like it gets that
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That sucks lol mine feels like it gets that
That's bogus man. This wasn't even a full day of driving either. Seems to be Chevron lasts longer, they got 10% E by volume.
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