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Old 11-18-2012, 11:17 PM   #1
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Dynoed car last friday!

So i dynoed my 2013 gt MT on friday. Ill add a pic of the sheet later. I got 376 rwhp with only roush ABs. SAE thats not too shabby! Will be buying headers ,OR X , Steeda CAI, and custom dyno tune by the new year i cant wait to see the gains!
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Not bad at all! Got some good exciting plans for your stang!
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Yessir!
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Got a good one!
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What have other guys dynoed stock. I dynoed at JP racing near Dallas. They raped me on the price ($89) i think its cuz their a vette place and i drive a ford lol.
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I've dyno'd at two different shops locally - 381 at one and 399 at the other.
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Std or sae and what type of dynos that sounds really high for stock
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399 on a mustang, the 381 was on a dynojet
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386rwhp dynojet SAE stock.
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399 on a mustang, the 381 was on a dynojet
That's really backwards. And all dynos are not created equally. On a full mustang twin roller dyno (nicknamed heartbreaker) i only put down ~ 270HP. A local dynojet put out ~340hp. A third dynojet was 324hp. All the same mods. Oh and American shops are cheap. Cheapest dyno pulls here are 100$ per session.
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$60 for 3 pull with A/F and a print out. $100 is rape.
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Old 11-19-2012, 06:25 AM   #12
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I didnt even get A/f!
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The 100 buck session for me did include a/f.
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Its $150 around here. Everything is relative.
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Old 11-19-2012, 08:13 AM   #15
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I still haven't been to a Dyno. 2.5 years I've had my car. Lol, I wanna wait till I have LT's off road X and a cat back before I do. With my tune CAI and Boss IM I'm hoping to see some significant gains.
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I still haven't been to a Dyno. 2.5 years I've had my car. Lol, I wanna wait till I have LT's off road X and a cat back before I do. With my tune CAI and Boss IM I'm hoping to see some significant gains.
Need a baseline though if u want 2 compare.
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Need a baseline though if u want 2 compare.
I'll use you guys baseline sheets. They're not gonna be too different then mine would have been.
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Sounds good. I would like to add a cold air and louder exhaust to my 2013 but the dealer seems to say it will void the warranty. Unless they do it.
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Shoot, if they say they'd honor your warranty on upgrades if they do it be sure you get that in writing.
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Sounds good. I would like to add a cold air and louder exhaust to my 2013 but the dealer seems to say it will void the warranty. Unless they do it.
Lol? Go to a different ford dealer.

I've taken my car in to my ford dealer multiple times with a after market cai and exhaust.

If anything they love it, I know because I can hear it rev a few times while I am in the waiting room lol.
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Just heard if its a Rousch authorized dealer, they install it. Then no problem.
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Turbo Technology charges $40 for one pull on group days, and $5 for each additional pull. Mustang Shop charges $60 for group days.
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That's really backwards. And all dynos are not created equally. On a full mustang twin roller dyno (nicknamed heartbreaker) i only put down ~ 270HP. A local dynojet put out ~340hp. A third dynojet was 324hp. All the same mods. Oh and American shops are cheap. Cheapest dyno pulls here are 100$ per session.
The day my car put down 399, there were 3 other '11's right in front of me. One had a cai/tune at 403, another had cai/tune/boss intake & full exhaust @ 430, and a stock Boss 302 laid down 401 (which they said was dead on with every other Boss they had seen).
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Best thing to do is round up some other people (Mustangs or not) and try and set up a dyno day. The more vehicles you bring the better the price. Every dyno day we have done has brought anywhere from 15-21 cars and they were all mustangs.
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