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Old 01-13-2013, 09:45 PM   #1
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13' gt auto dyno

anyone know the rwhp for the 13' gt auto?
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is there a performance difference between the 11 gt vs 13 gt?
i was just looking at americanmuscle cai&tune. they tested a 11 gt auto stock with 344 rwhp.
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is there a performance difference between the 11 gt vs 13 gt?
i was just looking at americanmuscle cai&tune. they tested a 11 gt auto stock with 344 rwhp.
The 2011 coyote was rated at 412 HP flywheel.

The 2013 (and 2012 I believe) were rated at 420 HP flywheel.

So obviously there would be relative disparities roughly of the same amounts at RWHP.
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that is what i was thinking but wanted someone to confirm it
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2013 has the 420hp. 2012 and prior had 412hp.
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is there a performance difference between the 11 gt vs 13 gt?
i was just looking at americanmuscle cai&tune. they tested a 11 gt auto stock with 344 rwhp.
Here's the thing ... it doesn't matter. For some reason a lot of people have become really hung up on dyno numbers the last few years and have completely missed what the purpose of these tools are for.

A dyno is simply a tool to measure the change made to a car compared to a number taken before the change. The only time two dyno numbers are useful for comparison is when the same car was ran on the same dyno on the same day without any drastic atmospheric changes. Outside of that context, all you have is a random point of data that is not comparable to any other random points of data.

This is why you will see dyno sheets on stock cars varying by 30-40RWHP.
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Here's the thing ... it doesn't matter. For some reason a lot of people have become really hung up on dyno numbers the last few years and have completely missed what the purpose of these tools are for.

A dyno is simply a tool to measure the change made to a car compared to a number taken before the change. The only time two dyno numbers are useful for comparison is when the same car was ran on the same dyno on the same day without any drastic atmospheric changes. Outside of that context, all you have is a random point of data that is not comparable to any other random points of data.

This is why you will see dyno sheets on stock cars varying by 30-40RWHP.
This is actually a good point. People do get hung up on these numbers. They really are useless.
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while i was looking up mods for my car, i came across less than a handful of people complaining about the 13' gt hood vent cause water to get into cai. can other component under the hood get damage too by water?
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while i was looking up mods for my car, i came across less than a handful of people complaining about the 13' gt hood vent cause water to get into cai. can other component under the hood get damage too by water?
Not really. I've taken my cai out and sprayed the rest of the entire engine bay with water before to clean it.
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while i was looking up mods for my car, i came across less than a handful of people complaining about the 13' gt hood vent cause water to get into cai. can other component under the hood get damage too by water?
Owners manual shows a picture of what needs to be covered up.
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i was thinking it would of been better if the vent face the opposite direction that way water has very slim chance of getting under the hood. matter of fact i think its possible to flip the vent around...ima try tomorrow
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Owners manual shows a picture of what needs to be covered up.
Not to sound lazy, but where?
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