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Old 10-16-2013, 04:12 PM   #1
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Dyno tuning turbo GT tomorrow

Dynoing my 08 GT with an On3 Turbo. Will post up numbers tomorrow for anyone interested.
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How much boost you running and what are you expecting?
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How much boost you running and what are you expecting?
8 lbs and I'm hoping for 420/430
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You will get more than 420. Depending on what kind of dyno. So I think you will be pleased
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:24 PM   #5
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Beauty.I'm wanting to keep it on or just under 450 then. Keep it safe until I decide to forge the bottom end
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let the guessing game begin... lol


386 rwhp
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let the guessing game begin... lol

386 rwhp
Lets have us a guessing game! I'm going to say 400 rwhp
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Old 10-16-2013, 11:55 PM   #8
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what shop is tuning items where you/they located ?
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what shop is tuning items where you/they located ?
Steeda in Milton Ontario.
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awesome a trustworthy tuner get ready for a low blow dyno number, it's a mustang dyno
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awesome a trustworthy tuner get ready for a low blow dyno number, it's a mustang dyno
What's usually thw difference between a dyno jet and mustang dyno?
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Old 10-17-2013, 12:32 AM   #12
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Just checked and it will be on a dynojet!
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Just checked and it will be on a dynojet!
really ?!?! it's not the mustang dyno 1750se ?!?!
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My ad! I miss read! So to have a safe tune, what numbers should I expect on a mustang dyno? I nnow that 450 is the limit to keep it safe on a typical dyno.
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a safe tune comes down to your air fuel ratio and degrees of spark advance, 13:1 is a safe a/f ratio and reading the plugs for spark advance... too much advance makes great power but increases chance of detonation = Bad news....

when I get tuned I don't give a rats *** what my HP number is (means nothing)
I care is that my a/f ratio is consistent and not leaning out
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a safe tune comes down to your air fuel ratio and degrees of spark advance, 13:1 is a safe a/f ratio and reading the plugs for spark advance... too much advance makes great power but increases chance of detonation = Bad news....

when I get tuned I don't give a rats *** what my HP number is (means nothing)
I care is that my a/f ratio is consistent and not leaning out
I hope your not at 13.1 at full throttle. With boost or nitrous. If you are better get a new tunner
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I hope your not at 13.1 at full throttle. With boost or nitrous. If you are better get a new tunner
lol I'm a ******, mind is failing me a/f ration is best at 11.1
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lol I'm a ******, mind is failing me a/f ration is best at 11.1
Lol. Ok good I was going to say thats bad at 13.1. 11.1 is good but a tad rich. 12.1 is usually rhe sweet spot
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ya I think mine is flat @ 11.5
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At 8 psi Yea you should be right around 450, get a built bottom end and go 10psi lol. But I'm glad your build wasn't a nightmare like mine, man now I'm jealous lol.
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At 8 psi Yea you should be right around 450, get a built bottom end and go 10psi lol. But I'm glad your build wasn't a nightmare like mine, man now I'm jealous lol.
Meh. Go for 20 pounds
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Meh. Go for 20 pounds
Lol that'll be insane, definitely wouldn't be a street car
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Lol that'll be insane, definitely wouldn't be a street car
Sure it would. You be in the 650 ish range with 20psi. My cousin has a built 3v. 5.1 stroker 76mm 0n3 turbo. 20 psi at mid 600's
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Meh. Go for 20 pounds
like me I'm at 22 psi
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517/460. 9 lbs
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517/460. 9 lbs
video and pic or it didn't happen lol
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Damn, that's pretty good, too good for that stock motor actually
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He dialed it back to 477 rwhp. And the timing is cut right back. He said that's as safe as he can make it
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Did you put a larger spring in the wastegate?
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SWEEET MAN !! what were your air fuel ratio like ?
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Nice and safe!

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Did you put a larger spring in the wastegate?
Nope, just the stock 8/9 pound spring

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soooo 08mustanggt, you loving life ???
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soooo 08mustanggt, you loving life ???
Man, I am on cloud nine! I'm gonna love it till the car goes away next month lol! I think I'm going to forge the bottom end next spring!
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Wow, great numbers! Must be a ton of fun to drive.
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