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Old 10-14-2005, 06:13 PM   #1
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Ran the car on a new Mustang Dyno here in PA. Looked like it was their first time running the damn thing - tach signal didn't work and they couldn't figure out how load the machine correctly??? For free I figured what the heck...

Anyway, with some sort of rolling RPM tach reading:

385HP @ 6800 (and still climing at limiter)
355TQ @ 4500
11.6 A/F Ranged from 12.1 - 11.3 (a little rich eh?)

HP is probbly close, I assume TQ is way off since I had 341 before H/C.
on another note my 10 bolt has a bad set of pinion bearings, etc...

I know, why post #'s from a bogus machine, but I just thought a few people on here might want to know.
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I'd say something is wrong with the machine if HP was still climbing at 6800rpm

11.6-1 A/F isn't bad for a temp tune.
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Machine is definately F'd up. Glad to see the tune was on the safe side

I think the heads are the weak link... they are coming off for a try-it-myself home port job, we have a flow bench here, so I'll see what I can do.
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Nice numbers man....
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Machine is definately F'd up. Glad to see the tune was on the safe side

I think the heads are the weak link... they are coming off for a try-it-myself home port job, we have a flow bench here, so I'll see what I can do.
I would first put the car on a dyno that works right.
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