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Old 03-20-2012, 11:04 AM   #1
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Dyno Battery Disconnect

Back in 03..my friend had a stock 03 terminator. The day he dynoed it, I remember it was 363 rwhp stock. Then he disconnected the battery and waited 15 minutes. Reconnected and dynoed again. This time 383 rwhp. 20 rwhp, I'm guessing it ran lean because the ecu had to relearn the map. Correct me if I'm wrong. I was wondering if anyone has tried this with the Coyote?
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Re: Dyno Battery Disconnect

the newer mustangs require a relearn period after the battery is taken off... so you have to wait like 10-15 minutes before doing anything with them (even cranking) ive heard.
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Old 03-20-2012, 01:10 PM   #3
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Re: Dyno Battery Disconnect

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the newer mustangs require a relearn period after the battery is taken off... so you have to wait like 10-15 minutes before doing anything with them (even cranking) ive heard.
I hadn't heard that (the cranking part). I believe the manual says to start the car and let it idle for 10 mins, then idle for 10 more min on max AC. I'll try to find it...
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