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Old 06-17-2012, 08:09 PM   #1
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made 378 whp and 400 lbtq

JZW Tuned e85 with a gt3071
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Old 06-18-2012, 12:22 AM   #2
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Good numbers! Which turbo are you running? 300lb.ft. by 3300rpm (albeit in 4th gear) seems awesome for whatever turbo you must be running!!

What happened to the afr reading toward the end there? And I bet you could smooth out that boost a little
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Nice numbers. 378 is very respectable.
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So you're putting out around 400 hp at the crank. Nice!
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I have a small boost leak i couldn't take care of before i dyno'd so that'll help a bit....

The a/f sensor shit the bed... So it gave that flat line (sorta pissed about that)

But all in all pretty happy with the numbers, especially for a mustang dyno....
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That's running a top mount gt3071 correct?

Nice numbers!
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GT3071/.63 on a 2.3L is usually good for 330-350 whp on gas, so that ~30 hp jump on E85 is pretty sweet....

Nice numbers.
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:47 AM   #8
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thanks guys...

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I have a small boost leak i couldn't take care of before i dyno'd so that'll help a bit....

The a/f sensor shit the bed... So it gave that flat line (sorta pissed about that)

But all in all pretty happy with the numbers, especially for a mustang dyno....
Ah okay, that makes sense.

If it gives you any idea, when I first put my car on a Dynojet it put down 396whp. Over a year later after some fine tuning and playing I put it on a Mustang here at elevation and it made 385whp corrected. I don't think the 12whp disappeared just from the dyno difference since I had been tuning and so if I were to stick it back on a Dynojet I'm almost positive I'd get a 41x reading.

My point is you would probably be past the 400whp mark also on a Dynojet. Not saying a Dynojet is more accurate because if anything it overestimates but just so you have a cross reference.
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