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    LOW dyno numbers?

    I have a 06 GTO with an M6, and recently took it to a friends dyno-jet where it put down 347.73RWHP and 358.30RWTQ, I have pacesetter coated LTs, cat delete, 3in. off road mids, LMII mufflers and a K&N CAI. Now I do have nitrous(not on this particular pull) so this is supposedly a nitrous tune, but I was figuring it should have been closer to 36XRWHP/37XRWTQ. With a Zex 125hp. wet kit it put down only 427RWHP and 479RWTQ which I figured should be closer to 44X RWHP/ 49X RWTQ. Anyway, I'm only running a static 20deg. timing, and have my NGK tr6 plugs gapped at .037, the temp. was 62deg. F. with humidity around 14%. My AFR was a little rich at 10.4 across the board(on N20) from 3K-6200RPMs. Any suggestions? I'm hoping LS2tuner will give me some insight being the N2O guru he is.

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    Dumb question but did you get your car tuned after the headers?

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    yep, street tuned.

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    sounds like your nitrous tunes killin your N/A power and dyno numbers...you have your dyno sheet to post?

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    Tune.
    Dyno numbers are over rated.

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    10.4 is more than a little rich. Get the AFR where it needs to be and I bet your numbers will be spot on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Tune.
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    x2 they are only references for tuning..not to mention the mustang dyno shows lower numbers..and it could not be calibrated right either

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    I have the dyno sheet but I don't have a scanner, I guess I could take a pic and post and see how that works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 383hatch View Post
    10.4 is more than a little rich. Get the AFR where it needs to be and I bet your numbers will be spot on.
    I agree....11's is ok at WOT...or even 12's....10's are PIG rich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 05gtoautoX View Post
    I have a 06 GTO with an M6, and recently took it to a friends dyno-jet where it put down 347.73RWHP and 358.30RWTQ, I have pacesetter coated LTs, cat delete, 3in. off road mids, LMII mufflers and a K&N CAI. Now I do have nitrous(not on this particular pull) so this is supposedly a nitrous tune, but I was figuring it should have been closer to 36XRWHP/37XRWTQ. With a Zex 125hp. wet kit it put down only 427RWHP and 479RWTQ which I figured should be closer to 44X RWHP/ 49X RWTQ. Anyway, I'm only running a static 20deg. timing, and have my NGK tr6 plugs gapped at .037, the temp. was 62deg. F. with humidity around 14%. My AFR was a little rich at 10.4 across the board(on N20) from 3K-6200RPMs. Any suggestions? I'm hoping LS2tuner will give me some insight being the N2O guru he is.
    yep, you're rich as hell. What was your N/A AFR like?

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    My N/A AFR is:

    RPM 2500-- 3000-- 3500 -- 4000-- 4500-- 5000-- 5500-6300

    AFR 14.0-- 13.5-- 13.14-- 12.8-- 12.5-- 12.1---- 12.0


    kind of a crude table but you get the jist, I know I'm running rich but I do need a little extra fuel N/A when I do spray, it seems the the N20 kit fuel jets over compensate, so I guess I'll add maybe 1 or 2 degrees of timing and lean it out to around 11.8ish on the N20 side and try that.
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    N20 AFR is:

    RPM 3000-6100

    AFR 10.16 straight across the band

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