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Old 12-15-2012, 04:14 PM   #1
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Dyno'd the 13 v6 auto today....

So my wifes car hit 5k miles, changed the oil and headed to the toys for tots dyno day here in AZ this morning.

The car is an automatic.

Airaid intake, + roush catback + (or minus actually because they take a lil power) two 18" maganaflow resonators.

This is on a Mustang Dyno, not a dynojet. THIRD gear pull, not fourth. using manual sport shift.

Made 241hp 252 tq. Im ok with that. Ambient temp around 63, DA was around 2k. not corrected #s. Mustang Dynos run about 6% lower than the standard dynojets so I think the #s are great for an auto. Just wish my avg mpg (21.1) would be higher.

Anyone else dyno their autos? I dont like the beginning of my graph, had a large dip in it.
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I did mine today, testing on a modified intake manifold so had to get baseline first. Made 258 RWHP and 252 torque on the stock tune and intake. Surprised me to only see 15% loss through the automatic from the flywheel rating.
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Here is the dyno sheet with stock intake and stock tune. I was also surprised when I switched tunes that the gains were not significant at all.
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whyd you stop at 6k? car is still gaining hp at that point
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On the stock tune that is when we hit the MPH limiter. We did pulls on some Bama and Doug@cnl tunes also and those went higher on the RPM because the speed limiter was off, but the power didn't increase either, which was a surprise.
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Old 12-15-2012, 11:35 PM   #6
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I shoulda made a 4th gear run too....
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:12 PM   #7
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I think those numbers are really good for both cars. I only get around 21 mpg just driving around town and no highway if I really stay light on the gas. Most of the time I average around 18-19. All highway driving has been much better with mpg around 32-35 average.
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kind of odd your MPG is so low, I drive 50/50 cith/highway and average 24mpg, but on the highway ta 65-70 I see 29+ (autos should do better) going 50-55 it will get above 30mpg
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Altitude, road conditions, temp, ac on or off, driver input... All variables. Cant go by what others get imo too many things to consider.
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So my wifes car hit 5k miles, changed the oil and headed to the toys for tots dyno day here in AZ this morning.

The car is an automatic.

Airaid intake, + roush catback + (or minus actually because they take a lil power) two 18" maganaflow resonators.

This is on a Mustang Dyno, not a dynojet. THIRD gear pull, not fourth. using manual sport shift.

Made 241hp 252 tq. Im ok with that. Ambient temp around 63, DA was around 2k. not corrected #s. Mustang Dynos run about 6% lower than the standard dynojets so I think the #s are great for an auto. Just wish my avg mpg (21.1) would be higher.

Anyone else dyno their autos? I dont like the beginning of my graph, had a large dip in it.
Where did you get it tested?
I am also in AZ.
Phoenix area
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I hit 268 HP 257 tq with air raid, tune, and pipes. The gas mileage is weird I'm getting 23 with a Procharger and 3.55s and 285 rear tires
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I hit 268 HP 257 tq with air raid, tune, and pipes. The gas mileage is weird I'm getting 23 with a Procharger and 3.55s and 285 rear tires
how much hp with the procharger now?
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400 flat safe tune!
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Altitude, road conditions, temp, ac on or off, driver input... All variables. Cant go by what others get imo too many things to consider.
Don't forget the rear gear ratio too.
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400 flat safe tune!
Damn impressive numbers! To bad you don't live closer would love to race you haha. Also my car put down 430 whp with basic bolt on's
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Mine put down 280hp
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Correction 278hp
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Damn impressive numbers! To bad you don't live closer would love to race you haha. Also my car put down 430 whp with basic bolt on's
With a v6?
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With a v6?
Obviously not a V6 if its putting down 400+ rwhp with bolt-ons. Must be a new 5.0
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That's why I was asking because this was about v6s so I was confused
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Correction 278hp
What mods do you have on there?
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BBK cold air intake, ford racing sport exhaust
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Damn that is a very good dyno # with just those mods. Assuming yours is manual? Automatics generally have about 10% less power to wheels than the manuals.
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Damn that is a very good dyno # with just those mods. Assuming yours is manual? Automatics generally have about 10% less power to wheels than the manuals.
It's a auto this was done at pro dyno in fort mill SC he is an expert on mustangs
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Mine is an auto too and I did basically the same
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The only thing I do different is buy non ethanol gas
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It's a auto this was done at pro dyno in fort mill SC he is an expert on mustangs
Wow very impressive. Sounds like you got a strong one from the factory.
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But the autos can also handle more power
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But the autos can also handle more power
Why's that? Just curious
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Because the manual just can't hold as much. Its something about the shifter forks and the amount of power they can handle. Just everything that goes into the trans isn't as strong
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Because the manual just can't hold as much. Its something about the shifter forks and the amount of power they can handle. Just everything that goes into the trans isn't as strong
Interesting....this is the first time I've heard this. I wonder why the shops testing how much our stock block can hold aren't using autos? Oh well, auto isn't for me anyway, thanks for the info though clamph

CFMs is actually auto....so much less fun =( lol
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Interesting....this is the first time I've heard this. I wonder why the shops testing how much our stock block can hold aren't using autos? Oh well, auto isn't for me anyway, thanks for the info though clamph
That was the only reason I did auto. It can handle 600 easily only thing might have to change is the axles. Still use the select shift but it doesn't like all the added HP now.

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Yea but with 400+ HP in our cars double the fun anyways
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That was the only reason I did auto. It can handle 600 easily only thing might have to change is the axles. Still use the select shift but it doesn't like all the added HP now.

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Yea but with 400+ HP in our cars double the fun anyways
Is 400+hp feasible without going FI? Or is turbo really inevitable for me lol
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Nope I had everything I could do without it and only put down like 300. Then the supercharger made a whole different monster!

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Unless you want to drop a 5.0 in lol
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Nope I had everything I could do without it and only put down like 300. Then the supercharger made a whole different monster!

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Unless you want to drop a 5.0 in lol
Figured. SC costs an arm and a leg lol
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