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post #76 of 83 Old 03-30-2014, 05:59 PM
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Re: Official DYNO graph thread

I have always thought 12.5 and peak load (redline) its ideal. Obviously with it being a bit more rich in lower RPMs. Hell, a stock NA engine is hunting for 14.7 and that isn't lean, so I don't know why 12.3 on your NA would be considered lean.

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I have always thought 12.5 and peak load (redline) its ideal. Obviously with it being a bit more rich in lower RPMs. Hell, a stock NA engine is hunting for 14.7 and that isn't lean, so I don't know why 12.3 on your NA would be considered lean.
you are right when it come for a stock na with all na part ..i had my head around boost ,,still i would still check it out to be the safe side
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Re: Official DYNO graph thread

I had the Tiburon dynoed the other day, figured I'd post up for comparison. She is not stock right now. The only performance modifications that may affect the numbers are:

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The curves are very stockish, but it is a Mustang Dyno. Comparing to JonGTR's numbers (also Mustang), I can see his stock curves being accurate, but his modifications, similar to mine, on the secondary runs yielded higher than mine. Although I did see this on the dyno screen before they printed anything, 165 hp/160 ft-lb which seems more accurate to me:



I wonder if they applied additional corrections to those values to get the printed curves or they just didn't graph the highest run of the two. Not sure, but at least I have a good baseline to compare to once I get the NGM blower on it.

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Re: Official DYNO graph thread

Yup, like you said, due to it being a Mustang dyno it read very low. His dyno is still known locally for reading very low and breaking hearts. lol But, I used it to compare before and after I/H/E numbers which came out great with 27whp gains.

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Re: Official DYNO graph thread

Yeah mustangs are very susceptible to how the user inputs the various parameters. It is possible to get them to read more closely to the more common Dynojet but it takes some fiddling per car to do it. Most dyno operators don't want to take the time to input stuff like vehicle weight with driver, tire diameter and gear ratio. That's why it tends to read lower than others.

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Just dynoed.

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Re: Official DYNO graph thread

Finally went back to the dyno the other day after running with the S/C for a while now. I couldn't find a separate F/I dyno thread plus this gives a good idea of differences when adding a blower on the SAME dyno, so I figured to post here.

The only changes to the car were adding the Stage 0 NGM, porting of the TB from 55 to 58-59 mm and colder spark plugs (and 93 petrol). The new numbers:



There are some anomalies present, and the guys at the shop said they had a hard time finding the right gear to do it in. The peak numbers are off because there was a quick spike at redline. The actual maxes are about 171 torques and 193 hp. Also not sure what to make of the huge dip at 4780 rpm. Wheel slippage, intake/exhaust harmonics, blower efficiency, just got partway off the throttle? They didn't really give me an answer on that, but it certainly looks odd. Definitely not as smooth as the stockish curves before. I got 4 pulls and that was apparently the best. A 48 hp increase was as expected, but only 15 torque increase seems low.

Feel free to speculate and comment on the oddities.

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Finally went back to the dyno the other day after running with the S/C for a while now. I couldn't find a separate F/I dyno thread plus this gives a good idea of differences when adding a blower on the SAME dyno, so I figured to post here.

The only changes to the car were adding the Stage 0 NGM, porting of the TB from 55 to 58-59 mm and colder spark plugs (and 93 petrol). The new numbers:
..

There are some anomalies present, and the guys at the shop said they had a hard time finding the right gear to do it in. The peak numbers are off because there was a quick spike at redline. The actual maxes are about 171 torques and 193 hp. Also not sure what to make of the huge dip at 4780 rpm. Wheel slippage, intake/exhaust harmonics, blower efficiency, just got partway off the throttle? They didn't really give me an answer on that, but it certainly looks odd. Definitely not as smooth as the stockish curves before. I got 4 pulls and that was apparently the best. A 48 hp increase was as expected, but only 15 torque increase seems low.

Feel free to speculate and comment on the oddities.
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