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This is a discussion on dyno numbers??? within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; so last night at a buddies shop talking crap him being a mustang freak and me in my ta he ...

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    dyno numbers???

    so last night at a buddies shop talking crap him being a mustang freak and me in my ta he asked what numbers i put down. I proceded to tell him that the last numbers had to be wrong 370hp 420tq bolt on only mustang dyno. We put it on his dyno jet here is where it gets weird 372hp 415tq wtf is going on i always new the car was a beast but what is it im confused.

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    I just want to know why.

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    Dont understand the question. I think dyno numbers can vary a lil bit from run to run. 2hp is nothing.

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    Don't they seem high for a bolt on only car?

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    Seem fairly reasonable my 98 ws6 put down 368 rwhp and 376 torque on 1 3/4 ARH headers with cats, slp lid, and a dyno tune.

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    I think a bone stock ls1 puts down somewhere around 340-345? So I dont think 25-30 hp with full bolt ons would be unreasonable. But that 340 is at the crankso maybe that is a little high. Youd have to be getting about 100 hp with boltons to get 370 if you figure in drive train loss.
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    All the numbers I have seen have been around 340 for a bolt on car.

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    I put down 330rwhp/342rwtq with just a full exhaust and lid on a Mustang DYNO. I would have dyno'd higher on a DynoJet.

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