This is a discussion on WCF numbers? within the Dyno Information forums, part of the Racing Forums category; I had my car dyno'ed a few weeks back on a Mustang dyno. Are folks listing the numbers corrected OR ...
08-31-2010, 12:41 PM #1
I had my car dyno'ed a few weeks back on a Mustang dyno. Are folks listing the numbers corrected OR straightup the numbers they put down at that time?
My numbers were:
382.6Hp@6122RPM/110MPH with WCF 399.4Hp
371.8Tq@4436RPM/80.5MPH with WCF 387.4Tq
I believe WCF stands for Weather Corrected Factor but not 100%.
So which numbers should I use?
I know all dynos are different but I was wondering if anyone would know what these numbers would translate to if dyno'ed on a Dynojet roughly.
08-31-2010, 12:50 PM #2
08-31-2010, 07:51 PM #3
Mustang Dyno is a more accurate representative of what your actual HP/TQ is so I wouldn't worry on what a Dynojet would show....
And I agree with Ron, 1/4 mile time is what matters most.
What are your mods?
09-01-2010, 07:02 AM #4
Personally I'd rather drive around a road course where you actually have to turn the steering wheel more than just a tad each way. However, I would like also like to bring it to the strip if the opportunity comes up. I need to get my mods listed up on here soon.
I have LTs, aftermarket exhaust of I forget (not a common make), Lid, TB and 90mm Fast, UDP, Heads and CAM, some suspension and 4.10's.
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