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06-17-2008, 01:26 AM #1
Finally got tired of hitting myself in the head with a stupid stick...
I'm taking the silver sled in get a wide band tune on a dyno.
The shop had specialized in mustangs, but over the last year and half he's become an ls1/ls2 tuner.
In various threads folks have discussed mustang dynos.
So, is there a difference in dyno's?
Also, I had been given a set of JBA plug wires from Gravana (for shipping late) which I've put on the sled and based on past experience OEM has been better. I have a new set of OEM wires as well as a set of NGK plugs.
Once again I may have the stupid stick out, will new wires and plugs make a difference for the tune.
Last edited by The Silver Goat; 06-17-2008 at 05:22 AM.
06-17-2008, 01:38 AM #2
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Mustang dyno provides resistance to the rollers simulating road resistance.....DynoJets rollers spin freely.....so Mustang dynos reflect lower numbers.....
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