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    IM LOVING THESE NUMBERS WELL WORTH THE MONEY GETTING THE TUNE!!

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    No one went inside your engine for head or cam work? Looking at the numbers from everyone elses dyno #'s, no one was over 400 in torque with less than 400 rwhp and to do it on a Mustang dyno is that much harder. I don't know that much about Dynos but I put down 382hp/371tq with full boltons, heads and mild daily driver cam and it was a Mustang as well. I know my tune is not for the lower RPM torque like yours but those are some impressive torque numbers with no head or cam work. Just wondering cause they seem far different than what anyone else has posted with a Mustang or Dynojet for that matter and no Head/CAM work.
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    [QUOTE=MeGoFast;2469507]No one went inside your engine for head or cam work? Looking at the numbers from everyone elses dyno #'s, no one was over 400 in torque with less than 400 rwhp and to do it on a Mustang dyno is that much harder. I don't know that much about Dynos but I put down 382hp/371tq with full boltons, heads and mild daily driver cam and it was a Mustang as well. I know my tune is not for the lower RPM torque like yours but those are some impressive torque numbers with no head or cam work. Just wondering cause they seem far different than what anyone else has posted with a Mustang or Dynojet for that matter and no Head/CAM work.[/QUOTE


    ME AND THE DUDE THAT DID THE TUNE AND THE DYNO RUN WERE TALKING AND HE JUST DID A DYNO DAY AND EVERYONES NUMBERS WERE RIGHT ON SO EITHER THIS ISN'T THE ORGINAL MOTOR OR SOMETHING GOT MESSED UP SO WE ARE GOING TO TRY AND DYNO IT AGAIN HERE IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS. SOME ONE ASKED ME IF THE CAR HAD A 6.0 IN IT I COULDNT TELL HIM NO BECAUSE NOW I HAVE NO CLUE.
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    6.0 would be cast into the block on the pass side under the head

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    Peak power says stock cam.
    Peak torque says more cubes.

    Neither number says stock cubes.

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    If someone did change the motor that is the best motor swap ever because it looked untouched. But we shall soon see what is going on when the car gets back from the body shop.

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    The dyno graph says engine horsepower not rear wheel horsepower. Some wheel dyno's have a guessing 'correction' factor to display power as if it were flywheel. The peak RPM points do look low for an LS1 though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    The dyno graph says engine horsepower not rear wheel horsepower. Some wheel dyno's have a guessing 'correction' factor to display power as if it were flywheel. The peak RPM points do look low for an LS1 though.
    Good eye.

    Didn't notice that at all.

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    I have the damn papers and didn't see that

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    My Mustang dyno readings say Eng Torgue and Eng Power as well, but my readings were MAX Power 382 @ 6122RPM/110MPH with WCF 399 and MAX Torq 371 @ 4436RPM/80MPH with WCF 387. Unless you have a factory Monster.

    I asked in another post a month or so ago what WCF was and never received an answer (my guess was Weather corrected factor), Your WCF numbers are close to the others where mine would make for a noticable difference.

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