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How much rwhp

This is a discussion on How much rwhp within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; hey guys wanna get some info from yall on how much rwhp i have before i get my ls6 intake ...

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    How much rwhp

    hey guys wanna get some info from yall on how much rwhp i have before i get my ls6 intake and have my car dynoed. mods are long tube headers, ory, cut out, lid, free ram air mod, and a computer tune. feed back would be greatly appreciated thanks guys

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    320ish is my guess.

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    Type of dyno?



    My personal recommendation would be to go to a track and see what the car traps. Much more accurate than any dyno.

    That said....
    Depends on the tune.
    I will say 320 for an automatic car and 335 for a manual car.



    Not that dyno numbers matter for anything anyways.....
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    Mustang Dyno's suck... GO figure!

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    I basically have the same set up (check my mods), and I got 343hp 344tq on the dyno
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS02 View Post
    Mustang Dyno's suck... GO figure!
    Yeah...
    The weight bearing dyno's suck.
    The more accurate dyno's suck.



    You want high numbers???? Put the car on a DynoJet.
    You want accurate numbers based on the weight of the car??? Put the car on a Mustang dyno.

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    I dont think ive ever been on a mustang dyno, ive put my cars on the dyno so many times i dont remember. Last time couple of times i used a dynapack and im not sure how much different that is from others or if there is any difference. My numbers were about the same using that compared to a standard dynojet. When i dyno my Z again which should be next month ill be going back to HaddadMotorsports and back on the Dynapack, hopefully the bolt ons and hard work pay off a bit. To the OP with the mods you have wether manual or auto you should have more then 325rwhp, if your auto probably 325-335rwhp and manual would be about 335-350rwhp some have gotten higher and getting the correct tune to maximize your bolt ons will definitly help.
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    i have an a4, so i should be pushing about 325 to 335. im getting it tuned again when i get my LS6 intake, and my 3:73's installed. i took the car to the track last august and i was not impressed, but the reason why i wasn't impressed is because i had street tires on, and i was not getting any grip. i have a $1500 budget to spend on the car, and i talked to a guy at thunder racing and he told me that he would install the gears, intake and port and polish my tb for $900. that would give me $600 for either a stall or suspension. i was leaning more towards suspension because i havent touched the suspension on the car since i got it 7yrs ago from the dealer ship.
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