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Old 12-29-2015, 09:31 AM   #1
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So after installing bolt ons to the car I decided to dyno it.

Mods are: boss302 manifold, jlt cai, bbk long tube headers, off road x pipe. Tuned by Shaun at AED

Car made 401whp at 7300 rpm on a mustang dyno. Tech said that its about 461whp on a dyno jet.

I know I can rev much higher and I plan to, but didn't wanna push the car right after installing this stuff.

What do you guys think of these results?


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So after installing bolt ons to the car I decided to dyno it.

Mods are: boss302 manifold, jlt cai, bbk long tube headers, off road x pipe. Tuned by Shaun at AED

Car made 401whp at 7300 rpm on a mustang dyno. Tech said that its about 461whp on a dyno jet.

I know I can rev much higher and I plan to, but didn't wanna push the car right after installing this stuff.

What do you guys think of these results?

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I think you have to dyno before and after installing bolt ons, with the same dyno, to see the difference. Anything else is speculation.
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I'd say OPGs are a good investment if you are going to raise the rev limiter on these engines.

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The car was bone stock before so I didn't dyno it before installing the mods.

It also has Roush axle back with stock over axle pipes.

Unfortunately I didn't take a picture of the chart but it did look really good. Solid hp incline without any drops


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Get rid of the stock overaxle pipes. Longtubes and a good mid pipe and then try to squeeze it all through those small pipes is counterproductive.
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Get rid of the stock overaxle pipes. Longtubes and a good mid pipe and then try to squeeze it all through those small pipes is counterproductive.
The stock over axles arent a restriction. I wouldnt waste the money or effort in replacing them.
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Get rid of the stock overaxle pipes. Longtubes and a good mid pipe and then try to squeeze it all through those small pipes is counterproductive.

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461 on a dyno jet lmfao ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
Most tuners will tell you this Bc a dyno jet reads higher. Truth be told though when a dyno is calibrated correctly with a true SAE reading they will not be far off.

Also if your power peaked at 7300 with the boss it's 1 of 2 things.
1- cam timing needs adjustment
2- ( one I'm betting on ) the BBK headers are equal or worse than the stock ones, and are restricting flow up high. Same thing will happen with stock manifolds
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The stock over axles arent a restriction. I wouldnt waste the money or effort in replacing them.



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Actually they are


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461 on a dyno jet lmfao ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚


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Actually they are


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They support plenty of power. Why dont catback systems yield any real gains while they change out the overaxle pipes?

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They support plenty of power. Why dont catback systems yield any real gains while they change out the overaxle pipes?

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They do yield gains actually. All depends on the setup you have,
Just as anything else does. Can't go off all the baby cars that people have.


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They do yield gains actually. All depends on the setup you have,
Just as anything else does. Can't go off all the baby cars that people have.


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Yeah but on a near stock bolt on cars like we are talking about here... the stock overaxles will be more of a waste of money to bother with. Bigger builds like you are used to might have a benefit from a larger diameter pipe but we are talking about near stockish cars here.

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461 on a dyno jet lmfao ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚ํ ฝํธ‚
Most tuners will tell you this Bc a dyno jet reads higher. Truth be told though when a dyno is calibrated correctly with a true SAE reading they will not be far off.

Also if your power peaked at 7300 with the boss it's 1 of 2 things.
1- cam timing needs adjustment
2- ( one I'm betting on ) the BBK headers are equal or worse than the stock ones, and are restricting flow up high. Same thing will happen with stock manifolds
ํ ผํฝผand ํ ผํผฝ fed coyote.

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Actually they are


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I was going to mention the BBK longtubes too but I always get accused of bashing cheaper headers and people "arent' going to pay $1200 for ****ing headers" when I tell them to look at Kooks or Dynatech or something. Whatevs.


These


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Little cheaper than the Kooks and every bit as good quality. Fully equal primaries and way better craftsmanship/performance than the BBK.
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461 on a dyno jet lmfao ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
Most tuners will tell you this Bc a dyno jet reads higher. Truth be told though when a dyno is calibrated correctly with a true SAE reading they will not be far off.

Also if your power peaked at 7300 with the boss it's 1 of 2 things.
1- cam timing needs adjustment
2- ( one I'm betting on ) the BBK headers are equal or worse than the stock ones, and are restricting flow up high. Same thing will happen with stock manifolds
๐Ÿผand ๐ŸŒฝ fed coyote.

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Actually they are


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I didn't peak at 7300. Since everything was fairly new I decided not to rev the car any higher. The power kept increasing but we stopped the pull.

Haven't had a problem with the bbk headers, fit and finish were perfect. They are not restricting any flow


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Over axle pipes are good for ~7hp. Most averaging closer to 4-5 issh. There's some dyno charts over on svtp showcasing it.


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I didn't peak at 7300. Since everything was fairly new I decided not to rev the car any higher. The power kept increasing but we stopped the pull.

Haven't had a problem with the bbk headers, fit and finish were perfect. They are not restricting any flow


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Oh but they are I promise.


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Over axle pipes are good for ~7hp. Most averaging closer to 4-5 issh. There's some dyno charts over on svtp showcasing it.


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If that is to the wheels with just a set of overaxle pipes then that's a pretty worthwhile gain. And was that with a full longtube/midpipe in front of it or just going from axleback to catback? Because if they were just going from an axleback to a catback with the stock headers and mid pipe in place its going to be WAY more of a restriction with longtubes and aftermarket mid pipe in front of them.

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The BBKs don't have equal length primaries do they? Do the Coyote BBK units have the pinch in them for the steering shaft like the 4.6L BBK longtubes do or did they actually figure it out properly for the Coyote?
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If your not lifting weights and spending 10k plus on your motors...your all driving baby cars. . Go Rappo go. Lol.
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The BBKs don't have equal length primaries do they? Do the Coyote BBK units have the pinch in them for the steering shaft like the 4.6L BBK longtubes do or did they actually figure it out properly for the Coyote?

That's correct they do not have equal length. Last set I saw didn't have the pinch.


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It was only on a full exhaust setup where it gained some power. Also you gotta remember. Just a couple hp, even 5-7 is negligible


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The factory headers that everyone raves about are not equal length ... Why do people have to pi$$ on other peoples mods??????????
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The factory headers that everyone raves about are not equal length ... Why do people have to pi$$ on other peoples mods??????????

The header on the coyote is called a tri-y header. So that whole "equal length " argument is out the window.
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You know it all don't you rap. No argument just facts. They are still unequal pipes. Unequal pipes have no place in hi flo dynamics..
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You know it all don't you rap. No argument just facts. They are still unequal pipes. Unequal pipes have no place in hi flo dynamics..

It's a Fing tri-y header so of coarse it's a unequal header.


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