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Old 02-25-2014, 01:56 PM   #1
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3.7 stock dyno

Can someone either post a picture of an accurate stock 3.7 dyno or either a good link . I just would like to see our powerband and where we get our power. In addition to that if you guys dynod your cars put up your dyno listing your mods .
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If we get some good dyno results (stock, and with mods), we can add this to a sticky for future reference
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I would love to know this as well!!!!

I have 2014 Auto

Someone with a stock dyne pls? jeje
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Maybe a 3.7 member should give this topic a good Google search (hint hint).
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Your right, I should use Google instead of asking the members of my forum about a topic that is probably the most relevant to 3.7 l section. Brilliant .

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Hey man, let's keep it civil! I was just trying to help. A 4.6 stock dyno thread was created last week and I was able to use Google to find many results, which I reported back with in that thread.
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YouTube it im surw there is a few vĂ­deos. Compare what they are getting to give you a good baseline

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Here is a baseline we did on my car on the stock tune when we were testing a modified intake manifold. Did some pulls with just the stock tune and intake, but the car had 93 octane in it and we found that the sensors will adjust for the octane, just like the GT does - tunes were not much better as far as RWHP and torque (but the shifting and throttle lag was much better).

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Here is a baseline we did on my car on the stock tune when we were testing a modified intake manifold. Did some pulls with just the stock tune and intake, but the car had 93 octane in it and we found that the sensors will adjust for the octane, just like the GT does - tunes were not much better as far as RWHP and torque (but the shifting and throttle lag was much better).

OMG But how could it be possible to lost 50 HP?
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OMG But how could it be possible to lost 50 HP?
Drivetrain loss
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WOW but 50 is a lot!!!!
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WOW but 50 is a lot!!!!
That's actually spot-on with a 17% drivetrain loss.
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That's actually spot-on with a 17% drivetrain loss.
Totally agree. That dyno result is really close to what other stock 3.7's numbers are. OP, I recall AM dyno an 2011 3.7 and if my memory serves me correct the car was an automatic as well. The dyno results for the factory 3.7 was around 257 rwhp and around 242 rwtq. Definitely in the ball park and on par with this other members dyno results here.

Now , here is the great news. Even though you have a lot of power lost through the drivetrain as all cars do, bolt on mods will help bring it back up. I have an 2011 3.7 and with my bolt on mods I dyno at 297 rwhp and 278 rwtq.

That's 40 rwhp gain with just bolt on mods. That's great I think. Plus 36 rwtq gain and I also have an automatic.
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What Bolt on mods are you currently running ?

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What Bolt on mods are you currently running ?

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You run the off road x pipe on your every day drive ? Not worried about inspection ? And the drive shaft frees up some lost power ?

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I'm almost positive he does... Alum ds is a one-piece and weighs less, so less rotational mass.. doesn't really add hp it just 'frees up' hp or responsiveness
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I guess you could even take it a step further and do the aluminum flywheel .

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You run the off road x pipe on your every day drive ? Not worried about inspection ? And the drive shaft frees up some lost power ?

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I run my x pipe every day because I live in a rural area in the State of Maryland and my area does not have emission inspections. Because the one piece aluminium driveshaft has less rotational mass , it helps with ones acceleration and responsiveness. I'm not sure if dyno numbers are effected because of the one piece or not.

If emission inspections are an issue for you I would highly recommend a catted high flowing mid pipe.
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Oh and just take into account, once you start modding and tuning your Mustang, that one-piece ds becomes more and more important. Kona can speak better on this topic than I can
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Oh and just take into account, once you start modding and tuning your Mustang, that one-piece ds becomes more and more important. Kona can speak better on this topic than I can
Amen to that brother. Modding is like putting a puzzle together. Each mod is another piece too that final picture. One puzzle piece does not make the picture but when adding more mods , they compliment each other and give more performance and complete that puzzle.
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Its a never ending puzzle. Will never be complete lol.

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Its a never ending puzzle. Will never be complete lol.

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Truer words were never spoken. Modding is more like chasing that rainbow for the pot of gold. Its never ending. The more power you get, the more additional power one wants. Its chasing the end of the rainbow with no end. Lol
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Truer words were never spoken. Modding is more like chasing that rainbow for the pot of gold. Its never ending. The more power you get, the more additional power one wants. Its chasing the end of the rainbow with no end. Lol
Yes Sir. Also the more power you make, the more stuff breaks.

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Even better, it's like a Camaro trying to catch up a Mustang, just won't ever get there

Oh and before the gear heads get technical, I'm joking/playing the Mustang is better card.
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^^^ thats the exact reason why my friend doesnt want to run his 2013 Camaro SS against my V6. Once I told him i can beat challenger RT's and STI's with minor mods done to them he didnt want none of the mustang lol.
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Yes Sir. Also the more power you make, the more stuff breaks.

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Its funny you mention that. I just recently had a very similar conversation with a co-worker, good buddy of mine. My buddy is a real gear head but likes GM cars. He currently owns a 1996 Trans Am and rebuilt the entire thing from the ground up. His previous ride many years ago was a Grand National which is his all time most favorite vehicle. He said when that car was on and running right , that b otch was wicked. He said the car made huge power with boost and would run the 1/4 mile in the high 10's.

He said same thing you said. That mother would have $ hit break all the time. He spend more time fixing the car than he said driving it. For every one weekend that b otch was running on the money, he spend three weekends fixing the ***** that broke.

He said never again. Same with his 1996 Trans Am. He said big power is awesome when its running right but stuff is and was always breaking from the big power. A few passes at the track would cause him time and money too fix stuff that would break all the time.
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Even better, it's like a Camaro trying to catch up a Mustang, just won't ever get there

Oh and before the gear heads get technical, I'm joking/playing the Mustang is better card.
Awesome analogy!!

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Which is actually funny because I was a big camaro guy before I got my stang . ( had a 2000 camaro ). I was never impressed by mustang . Ford really did the right thing with the 2011 + mustangs in just about every way .

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Agreed the 2011+ mustang changed the game.

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If we get dyno sheets with "after mod" installs, we can move this to a sticky.
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