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# 408 Dyno Tune w/video & sheet

 02-24-2017, 06:51 PM #1 Staging Lane Thread Starter     Join Date: Apr 2016 Location: Lincoln, NE Posts: 75 408 Dyno Tune w/video & sheet Got my 01 Dyno Tuned by The Shop Inc. in Lincoln, NE a couple days ago and made 466 on his Mustang Dyno. Does anyone have a formula for what that might mean it makes at the Engine vs Rear Wheels? Added Dyno sheet finally Attached Thumbnails   Last edited by neblackshirts; 03-14-2017 at 03:00 PM. Reason: Added picture
 02-24-2017, 09:09 PM #2 On The Tree   Join Date: Jun 2016 Posts: 162 Not sure there can be a "one size fits all" formula as it all depends on the drivetrain, and there are dozens of drivetrain combos, each with varying amounts of power-robbing friction. A better way would be to have a table of driveline components (trannies, rear axles, etc.) and the drag each contributes to the whole picture.
 02-26-2017, 08:52 AM #3 TECH Fanatic iTrader: (13)   Join Date: Feb 2005 Location: Houston, TX Posts: 1,847 For factory f-bodies, good rule of thumb is 15% loss with T56, 18% with A4. This will increase a bit with a stouter rear, higher stalled auto, stouter auto, heavier wheels, IRS, etc. It will decrease a bit with lighter wheels, CF driveshafts, etc. So the math is, if your car is an A4, divide your HP number by .82. 470/.82= roughly 573. YMMV but this gets you a defensible number.
 03-14-2017, 02:52 PM #4 Staging Lane Thread Starter     Join Date: Apr 2016 Location: Lincoln, NE Posts: 75 Added Dyno Sheet Finally Attached Thumbnails
 03-14-2017, 05:19 PM #5 TECH Resident     Join Date: Mar 2012 Location: South Florida Posts: 941 Graph looks good. Any info on the combo?
 03-14-2017, 05:35 PM #6 Staging Lane Thread Starter     Join Date: Apr 2016 Location: Lincoln, NE Posts: 75 Here's a run down of the motor/drivetrain: Heads - AFR Mongoose 230cc / 62cc Injectors - 60# FAST Intake - FAST 102MM Throttle Body - FAST 102MM Plugs - NGK TR55 Fuel Pump - Aeromotive Stealth 340 Block - LQ9 4.03" Cam - Comp 243/251, .624/.624, 111+1 LSA, 110 ISL Crank - Lunati 4.00" Stroke Pistons - JE 4.04, 12cc Dished for 11:1 compression Rods - Lunati 6.125" H-Beam Driveshaft - Mark Williams Accu-Bond 3 1/2" Aluminum w/ Mark Williams Yokes Axles - Moser 30 Spline Center - Eaton Posi Converter - Yank 3600 Rear - KTRE 3.73 12-Bolt Transmission - 4L60E, Built Finish Line Level 5 Cam wise I've had a few tell me that I could gain a bit by going changing to maybe something from Pat G or Cam Motion. Currently running on a SD tune and 91 octane
 03-15-2017, 10:09 AM #7 "I MAID THEESE" iTrader: (2)     Join Date: Jul 2011 Location: Houston Posts: 572 What cam? Edit. cant read LOL
03-15-2017, 12:12 PM   #8
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 Originally Posted by neblackshirts Here's a run down of the motor/drivetrain: Heads - AFR Mongoose 230cc / 62cc Injectors - 60# FAST Intake - FAST 102MM Throttle Body - FAST 102MM Plugs - NGK TR55 Fuel Pump - Aeromotive Stealth 340 Block - LQ9 4.03" Cam - Comp 243/251, .624/.624, 111+1 LSA, 110 ISL Crank - Lunati 4.00" Stroke Pistons - JE 4.04, 12cc Dished for 11:1 compression Rods - Lunati 6.125" H-Beam Driveshaft - Mark Williams Accu-Bond 3 1/2" Aluminum w/ Mark Williams Yoke Axles - Moser 30 Spline Center - Eaton Posi Converter - Yank 3600 Rear - KTRE 3.73 12-Bolt Transmission - 4L60E, Built Finish Line Level 5 Cam wise I've had a few tell me that I could gain a bit by going changing to maybe something from Pat G or Cam Motion. Currently running on a SD tune and 91 octane

Or maybe Tony since he designed the heads.
my .02 243*/249* 114*+3*

03-15-2017, 01:20 PM   #9
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 Originally Posted by NAVYBLUE210 Or maybe Tony since he designed the heads. my .02 243*/249* 114*+3*
That's a good point and something I never thought about. So do you think that the current duration at 243/251 and 111 is a little much? If it matters the motor was built for Nitrous but not hooked up or ever been sprayed and not sure if at this time I'm interested in nitrous. I should add as of right now the car is going to be mainly a street pounder and rarely make it to a track. I need to post the tune The Shop did as I have a few questions about changes made. But as you said Tony Mamo mamomotorsports would be an excellent source for his knowledge.

Last edited by neblackshirts; 03-15-2017 at 01:37 PM. Reason: added words

 03-15-2017, 04:46 PM #10 TECH Resident   Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Coast of San Mateo County Between Pacifica & HMB Posts: 822 416" built by Tony for Jeremy with AFR 230s (243*/247* 114*+2*) Made 663 FWHP @ 6600 RPM, 579 LB FT @ 5400 RPM. Made 584 RWHP with M6 and efficient driveline FBody. For a street car DD, no nitrous I would have Kip @ Cam Motion grind me something like 239/243 114*+3* but talk with Tony he will know best. Last edited by NAVYBLUE210; 03-15-2017 at 04:55 PM.
 03-19-2017, 05:40 PM #11 Staging Lane Thread Starter     Join Date: Apr 2016 Location: Lincoln, NE Posts: 75 Posted my current tune under the Automatic forum under: 408 w/FLT 5 4L60E Yank 3600 - Need Transmission Tune Advise Please Having an issue with wanting to go straight into 3rd and hold it for a lot longer. Any advise or errors that someone sees that needs changed please let me know. Thanks everyone
 03-20-2017, 05:54 PM #12 TECH Veteran   Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 4,836 I think your trans is on strike. LOL. Best of luck !!!

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