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Old 08-07-2014, 10:51 PM   #36
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Here's my from only a tune Click image for larger version

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ID:	163106 and after the steeda and retune I made 383rwhp 388rwtq


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Old 08-08-2014, 02:09 AM   #37
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You will get more power leaving the stock airbox and deleting cats. Buy a offroad H or X depending on your preference of sound.


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Old 08-08-2014, 09:20 AM   #38
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Around 400rwhp 385rwtq with Full Exhaust and a Tune, added a CAI and gain +15hp with retuning your car.

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So you claimed:
1.) You made around 400rwhp 385rwtq
2.) Adding a CAI you gained 15hp w/ retune

This statement makes it sound like with CAI and exhaust and tune you would be at 415rwhp (400+15=415) because with exhaust and tune only you made "around" 400rwhp.

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Here's my from only a tune Attachment 163106 and after the steeda and retune I made 383rwhp 388rwtq

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Now you're saying you are making 383rwhp 388rwtq with Steeda and retune. Before the retune you maxed at like 371whp this is bone stock power levels.

But even if you did make 371whp and got to 383whp with CAI and retune that still only puts you at a gain of 12whp.

Either way you're making less power than anything you previously claimed.
But I did notice that this last post was "Steeda and retune" only so I guess you took off you're exhaust possibly thus accounting for the significant difference in your claimed whp (about 25whp as claimed by your sterling gray stang vid).

So if you really did "gain 15hp" after Steeda CAI and retune then before CAI but with full exhaust and tune you would be sitting pretty at 383rwhp - 15rwhp = 367rwhp which is just right at bone stock rwhp levels.

I'm more confused with your latest post than before... For the sake of people who are trying to spend hard earned money to get the +15hp or +25rwhp that you're adamantly claiming "numbers don't lie," could you please clarify some more.

From what I'm seeing you probably misunderstood the first "tune and exhaust only" run. That wasn't tuned yet at all. It was just a base run with stock tune and exhaust. This makes a hell of a lot more sense (365-370whp stock power + 2-3whp full exhaust = about your 371whp).

If the rest of the mustang world is mistaken by the actual real world gains of simple intake, exhaust, and tune gains I would like to know and be corrected.
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So you claimed:
1.) You made around 400rwhp 385rwtq
2.) Adding a CAI you gained 15hp w/ retune

This statement makes it sound like with CAI and exhaust and tune you would be at 415rwhp (400+15=415) because with exhaust and tune only you made "around" 400rwhp.
I believe he was responding to the OP's question with this and not talking about his own car since he doesn't have full exhaust.
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I believe he was responding to the OP's question with this and not talking about his own car since he doesn't have full exhaust.
Yes perhaps I can see that if taken from a different angle but he's making other claims that's just not computing.

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Check the video above and tell me, I gain 35rwhp from a steeda intake and steeda 91 tune

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Since he's got a Steeda and a tune then it must be taken that his +35whp is true which is absolutely achievable with a CAI and tune only.

But this still leaves the numbers a little screwy. 383whp-35whp=348whp before CAI and tune. Either the shop that tuned his car or the people.. I dunno. Maybe the first... Nevermind I give up.
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Old 08-08-2014, 12:36 PM   #41
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RWHP and RWTQ estimates

I dyno around 355hp 355tq on an auto
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404 RWHP and 401 RWTq using my present setup. Hypertech is a canned tune readily available. very good MPG too !
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You will put down at least 600 at the wheels, + or - 300. I guarantee it, just like I guarantee someone will say the word "issue" within the next 24 hours on this website.

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You will put down at least 600 at the wheels, + or - 300. I guarantee it, just like I guarantee someone will say the word "issue" within the next 24 hours on this website.

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[QUOTE=Compstall;2061922]You will put down at least 600 at the wheels, + or - 300. I guarantee it, just like I guarantee someone will say the word "issue" within the next 24 hours on this website.

Not very constructive.

My numbers are for 3 separate runs, with very experienced operators. variance is extremely low.

Also, looking at your signature, I can say I have some experience driving too, among other professional backgrounds.

Please show adequate consideration to contributors to the threads as we all do towards your own opinions.
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I gave accurate information, even provided tolerances.

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