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Old 03-21-2013, 10:04 PM   #1
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Finally Took The Coyote to the Dyno

Mods on the car are 4 or 5 revised Lund Tunes, Airaid CAI, and Borla S-Type Catback.

Mustang Dyno with weight calibration or some crap LOL

Car put down 428RWHP and 395 TQ with a 5th Gear Pull (1/1)


I know i know people are gonna say happy dyno, it was cold out, blah blah blah. Either way Lunds tune is spot on. If you want the max outta your tune data log your car, send in the results, and go back and forth till its perfect!


I cant get the video to show up on here so i got the link below.

2012 Ford Mustang GT/CS Dyno - YouTube
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Nice #'s, did you baseline it before the mods ?
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Nice #'s, did you baseline it before the mods ?
Thanks! No never got it to the dyno stock.
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Great numbers! Any more mods after this?
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There is some evidence out there that Mustangs register better numbers on loaded dynos like a Mustang dyno than dynojets. Speculation is that something in the engine management system cuts power when it senses no load. I and a few others have gotten better numbers on loaded dynos then on dynojets. That is the opposite of what you would expect. Wondering if anybody has had similar experiences. Your numbers are good but less impressive than your 60 ft and quarter times. Well done!
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Nice! Either way I'm sure she is a blast to drive.
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There is some evidence out there that Mustangs register better numbers on loaded dynos like a Mustang dyno than dynojets. Speculation is that something in the engine management system cuts power when it senses no load. I and a few others have gotten better numbers on loaded dynos then on dynojets. That is the opposite of what you would expect. Wondering if anybody has had similar experiences. Your numbers are good but less impressive than your 60 ft and quarter times. Well done!
I pulled 411HP and 394 torque on a dynojet. Your telling me my numbers would show higher on a mustang dyno? I don't care that much just the curiosity part.
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Good numbers, I am planning on doing a dyno run soon.
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I want to take mine sometime to see what she'll do. I have a Steeda CAI, Boss mani, after cat xpipe w/ hushpowers and Bama tune. Any ideas as to what numbers I should expect?
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Let me know if I'm out of line and should post as a new thread.

I'm curious about the whole dyno process. I've never done it before. How do you find a place to dyno test a car? How much can I expect to pay? Are there warning signs of a bad dyno shop? Characteristics to look for in a good shop? It seems worthwhile to do a baseline test before I do any modifications.
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Let me know if I'm out of line and should post as a new thread.

I'm curious about the whole dyno process. I've never done it before. How do you find a place to dyno test a car? How much can I expect to pay? Are there warning signs of a bad dyno shop? Characteristics to look for in a good shop? It seems worthwhile to do a baseline test before I do any modifications.
Just look for Speed or mustang shops in your area. Usually around 50 bucks for two pulls.
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People are going to say "happy dyno" because you don't have a baseline stock and the #s here are pretty high for your mod level. Not saying it isn't true but, people with full exhaust + tune/CAI are putting out # like these, more typically.

Your advice is really sound though; work with a tuner, give him/her good data and good results will come.
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People are going to say "happy dyno" because you don't have a baseline stock and the #s here are pretty high for your mod level. Not saying it isn't true but, people with full exhaust + tune/CAI are putting out # like these, more typically.

Your advice is really sound though; work with a tuner, give him/her good data and good results will come.
well I have wondered this myself. I might pick up Lund tunes here shortly just to have something for at the track or drag strip and maybe for those fun summer days and I thought about doing this with them and data logging to get the perfect tunes. I probably could do it with Bama too if I asked.
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Bama will data log for sure. I had to do it to fine tune some small issues out of my first tunes. After the data log all problems were resolved and my car seemed healthier. If you want to data log for fine tuning just call them and they'll email you directions.
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Bama will data log for sure. I had to do it to fine tune some small issues out of my first tunes. After the data log all problems were resolved and my car seemed healthier. If you want to data log for fine tuning just call them and they'll email you directions.
yeah I might do it. It drives fine and I really don't see any issues. I just thought about doing it to gain every possible ounce out of the tune. I just don't see a point if I pick up Lund tunes to run when I race in doing so. We'll see. Depends on how I feel about things coming up.
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I'm not accusing anyone here of anything, or saying anybody is wrong... But here's something to keep in mind regarding mustang and other load based dynos: it is easier manipulate a load based dyno to get a higher hp reading, than it is to manipulate a dynojet.

Again, I'm not saying anyone is wrong or anything like that, but that's just something to keep in mind when considering a load based dyno.

Typically, a mustang dyno and other load based dynos read lower than a dynojet. I did my baseline dyno on a dynojet, and have no clue what I would get on a mustang dyno. It might be true that our mustangs dyno better on a load based dyno, I don't know. I just know that typically load based dynos read lower.

I have heard from a couple of shops that you can get a little more accurate tune on a load based dyno, due to the extra variables you can input. That might be why some mustangs read a little better on a mustang dyno after getting tuned on one.

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Let me know if I'm out of line and should post as a new thread.

I'm curious about the whole dyno process. I've never done it before. How do you find a place to dyno test a car? How much can I expect to pay? Are there warning signs of a bad dyno shop? Characteristics to look for in a good shop? It seems worthwhile to do a baseline test before I do any modifications.
If I was you, I would look for a reputable shop in your area, possibly one that deals with mustangs a lot. I would find one shop that you trust to do all your work, and only use their dyno. Or at the least, wherever you dyno your car for the first time, I would use that same shop for later dynos. That's really the only accurate way to compare your gains (by dynoing on the same dyno). You can go to one shop that uses a dynojet, and then go next door to another shop that uses the same exact type of dynojet, and you can still easily get readings that differ by 10+ rwhp. Heck, you can go to the same shop and dyno the next day, and get readings that differ. However, at least it's the same dyno, so there's less changed variables.

In my area, most shops charge between $75-$100 for 3 pulls.
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