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Dynoed My 2000 Z28 A4 Today

This is a discussion on Dynoed My 2000 Z28 A4 Today within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I got the car dynoed on a Mustang Dyno, It did 316 HP.Looks like about 5500 rpms but i cant ...

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    Dynoed My 2000 Z28 A4 Today

    I got the car dynoed on a Mustang Dyno, It did 316 HP.Looks like about 5500 rpms but i cant tell for sure cuz the paper is not clear.

    With the mods i have in my sig, Is this a good number? I think it might me as my car is a A4 and has 92,000 miles.

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    MTI Clear Lid (Free Ram Air Mod Raised Air box) Larger MAF Ends,K&N Filter, SS Exhasut with cut out, rear Lower control arms,smooth bellows,12.894@107.10MPH Dynoed 316 HP (Before RLCA and smooth bellows) 8.3.12 @86.86 1/8th mile 121,000 miles

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    for a mustang dyno, those numbers are high.
    my 2000 with exhaust, lid and rocker arms did 300 on a dyno jet
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula
    for a mustang dyno, those numbers are high.
    my 2000 with exhaust, lid and rocker arms did 300 on a dyno jet
    alot of shops with mustang dynos "correct" their numbers to keep happy customers, no one wants to hear actually mustang dyno numbers, they are a slap in the face to someone who doesn't understand how it works

    If that's case the numbers are pretty good. If those numbers aren't corrected they are very impressive

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    So would you say these number are accurate for a Mustang Dyno?

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    no, for a mustang dyno they are rather high

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