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This is a discussion on mustang dyno within the Dyno Information forums, part of the Racing Forums category; ive heard mustang dynos usually read lower is this true?...

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    mustang dyno

    ive heard mustang dynos usually read lower is this true?

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    heard the same thing.. i think it is true... or the dynojet shows MORE NUMBERS... oh well i basically had a mustang dyno also

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    I've herd the same thing it could have something to do with the fact that mustangs have more drivetrane loss than our do. IDK

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    I believe he was talking about the "mustang" brand of dyno it's self not the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenm357 View Post
    I believe he was talking about the "mustang" brand of dyno it's self not the car.
    YES SIR I WAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapter34 View Post
    I've herd the same thing it could have something to do with the fact that mustangs have more drivetrane loss than our do. IDK
    LOL

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    The mustang dyno will read a little lower than a DynoJet in most cases.

    I have seen the same car (no mods changed) dyno the exact same on both dynos though as well.


    Mustang dyno is a load bearing dyno. DynoJet has fixed weight drums.

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