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This is a discussion on Post your Dyno numbers!!! within the Dyno Information forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Here's my numbers from my 97 that was broadsided last year. My 99 FRC has basically everything from the 97, ...

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    Here's my numbers from my 97 that was broadsided last year. My 99 FRC has basically everything from the 97, but no dyno numbers. Phil at Dynotech has a 1st class shop!


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    2002 C5 LS1, 595rwhp, 484rwtq and still working on it...
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    431rwhp

    412rwtq

    On the Mustang Dyno at Exotic Performance.

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    Basic bolt-ons and a powerdyne

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    470.4 ft/pounds
    Through 4.11's, Moser 9", and 15" M/T DR's.

    All motor.

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    511rwhp/483rwtq 10.92:1 AF with only 500miles on the motor. 100% emissionsl legal.
    Mods below.

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    Just ran mine on a dynojet today for the first time.. 306/323.. stock except for the lid... now that I have a baseline, I can start modding.
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    My only dyno run was at a car show for 15$. It was a dyno jet and i put down 308 rwhp. My only mods are: LT's, no cats, magnaflow muffler, and a SLP lid. I think i need a good tune but i dont know of any shops near or around Southern Illinois. My car also has 120,000 miles on it.

    If anyone has any info on a good shop around Southern Illinois Id appreciate it

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    NOOBIE on the forum and this is my first post here so no stone throwing but from my experience, and not to really knock the Dynojets, but they DO have a tendency to be a little high in their numbers. Mustang dynos, SAE corrected, are generally much more "realistic" numbers. I just had both done on my 99 Corvette FRC which has been put back to basically stock (TPIS LT headers, hi-flow cats, etc, LS6 intake, Callaway Honker air box).

    Dynojet numbers - 386RWHP / 365TRQ (95deg, 42% humidity)
    Mustang numbers - 341RWHP / 340 TRQ (98deg, 44% humidity)

    Just my observation but has anyone else noted this kind of disparity between a Dynojet and any other frame dynos?

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    A guy who owns and operates his own dyno answers your question like this.
    "The biggest problem w/ comparing MD to DJ is most of the time the MDs are load contol and being compared to DJ inertia. If all info into the MD LC is not absolutely accurate(also like the DJ LC), you will get differences.
    -One of a perf. shops little tricks, change the vehicle weight input, even by a hundred pounds will skew the numbers quite a bit to show the part they just sold you did something for HP.

    I dont have a problem w/ either one, they are both industry leaders(I just happen to prefer DJ) The main problem is inept or corrupt operators. If you go on a Load Control Dyno, your car better be weighed, with the person in it doing the testing. Go over all the parameters with the operator to make sure you are getting what you paid for.

    Here is the last word, the numbers w/ our Vette we got on our Dynojet inertia, were virtually identical to a MustangDyno load control when all the correct run parameters were put in. But on the other hand, with MD being only a couple miles from our homebase and Dynojet being 2500 miles away, and I picked the Dynojet- draw your own conclusion."

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    got the LT's/ORY in, and after a tune here are my numbers in SIG:

    next up install the ls6 intake I have sitting on my floor...
    2000 SS - The Wicked Witch: °°Cammed 'n Slammed°° 458rwhp/410rwtq
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    Numbers made through a Moser 9" w/4.11s and 315/35/17s on the back.

    N/A - 412 rwhp / 370 rwtq
    Nitrous - 546 rwhp / 527 rwtq

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    Stock: 292rwhp 314rwtq 13.4 at 106 w 2.0 60ft
    LM+LID: 325rwhp 336rwtq 13.0 at 109 w 2.0 60ft
    LM+LID+ FLP: 348RWHP 363RWTQ 12.75 at 111.98 w 1.9 60ft
    LID+Hooker+FLP(ORP)+FM7Cam: 385rwhp 377rwtq 12.5 at 113 w 1.9 60ft
    LID+Cutout+FLP(ORP)+ FM7Cam: 392rwhp 382rwtq 12.4 at 114 w 1.9 60ft
    8Rib D-1SC (8psi)+FLP+Hooker+FM7Cam: 548rwhp 500rwtq
    SDCE 8 rib D-1SC+FLP+Hooker+FM7: (10psi) 554rwhp 518rwtq (13psi) 630rwhp 609rwtq (Mustang dyno)
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    2000 WS6, MN6. Mods are: lid, Granatelli MAF, and K&N. 319 RWHP/ 316 RWTQ. More to come. Soon I hope!

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    385 rwhp / 499 rwtq...damn oklahoma and ur 91 octane

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    531rwhp/481 ft lbs on 93 octane

    LS1 bottom end w/ARP bolts
    Hooker long tube headers 3" collector
    Vortech V9 G-Trim supercharger w/ after cooler polished
    Vortech supercharger drive pulley 8 rib 2.75"
    K&N air filter
    F.A.S.T. LSX intake manifold 90mm
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    Patriot Stage III heads 72cc 2.08/1.60
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    ..and to keep it safe
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    I almost bought the magazine with your car on the cover! awesome t/a!

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    Mods: SLP lid & bellow, LM, Vinci handheld tuner

    330 rwhp; 346 rwtq

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    How much trouble is it to tune your car your self?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7camaro7 View Post
    How much trouble is it to tune your car your self?
    unless you know exactly what it is you are doing, let a professional do it

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