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Old 02-12-2015, 08:56 AM   #1
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So i was wondering, yesterday i got some upgrades done to my 2011 v6 premium convertible. 4.10 gears, 93 custom dyno tune, pype bomb axleback exhaust, and steeda race cold air intake. Is 368hp at the crank good power a v6???
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So i was wondering, yesterday i got some upgrades done to my 2011 v6 premium convertible. 4.10 gears, 93 custom dyno tune, pype bomb axleback exhaust, and steeda race cold air intake. Is 368hp at the crank good power a v6???

How did you come up with that number? Just wondering, because gears and axlebacks are not going to increase horsepower.


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How did you come up with that number? Just wondering, because gears and axlebacks are not going to increase horsepower.


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The dyno. He runs the mustang dyno at the shop and according to mustang dyno site it reads real world applications so its lower reading the most other dynos. So it said that i made 277hp at the wheels and he said to multiply it by 1.33 and that will be what i make at the crank. Which is 368hp.
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Ohboy. That's some optimistic math I'm afraid. ~20% loss would be more realistic. I'm going to guess you picked up between 20-30.


Not to poop on your parade or anything, but if you made that kind of gain it would be pretty dang amazing.
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yes, it would be good power.
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His rear wheel HP is in the ballpark

When I had my dyno done a while back it showed 271 horsepower at the rear wheels.
He say's his is 277 so I'm pretty sure his crank HP is over the rated 305 but I don't think it would be as high as 368 HP.
I had Magnaflow streets and an Airaid CAI.
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His tuning certifications are extremely high. There are only 6 other people in the US with his certifications. I seen the 277 myself. And he told me to multiply it by 1.33 and that is what i would make at the crank and the number i got was 368. The intake alone on steedas website claims 20hp and 30lbtq.
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Everyone around theses parts talks in RWHP, so just use that. 277RWHP is good. I wouldn't be upset with that number at all with your mods.
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Oh im not. I love it. The part that confuses me is how the mustang dyno reads lower numbers than a dyno jet. Up to 30-50rwhp difference. If thats the case than i could be making 313-320 on a standard dyno jet. I could be wrong though. But ive looked into mustang dynos and they do read lower by quite a bit
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Anyway you want to look at it !!!

Your 277 rear wheel horsepower is really a good number. I was stunned when mine read 271 with an automatic transmission which does take some power.
There was another 3.7 V6 there that did 289HP with a set of Ford Racing tourings and Airaid along with a Bama tune (Manual Transmission)
I'm pretty happy with my numbers and maybe someday will do a tuner.
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Yea it is good. It could be higher but my gas was bad so the timing was backed up a little. Im happy with it though.
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Old 03-01-2015, 07:19 PM   #12
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if you really wanna put more power to the wheels, replace your flywheel with aluminum and replace the driveshaft with aluminum lol unbelievable difference

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