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Old 10-20-2005, 01:32 PM   #61
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I hate to resurrect such an ancient post, but after reading through this thread, I'm dying to know...

Steve - how'd the dyno runs turn out? What was learned about the modded T7?

An on the AC compressor... I've got a ScanGauge computer that I use for checking up on various engine measurements. One of the cool features of this little gadget is a display of your engine loading. At idle, I've noticed that the AC compressor loads the engine by about 7%. So that's 7% of your engine's power that is otherwise occupied by running the AC compressor.

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Old 10-20-2005, 01:44 PM   #62
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Unfortunalty my car has not gotten to visit the dyno as of late but it does get G-tech runs that will give a +/- 1% compared to a Mustang dyno and the car is doing respectable.

The last Gtech I did rated the car at 210WHP but we will see when I actually do make it to the dyno (hopefully soon).

What I can say is that the T7 is very adaptive and hard to fool. However I can say just from my experience that the T7 will allow about 15-20% +/- in the performance department around the stock preprogrammed values when you add stuff like new FMIC's, 3" DP's and intake mods.

I hope to post some more info on my findings once I finish the next project I am working on so hang tight.
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