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Old 04-04-2012, 10:25 PM
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6l80 with a nice trans tune.
stock stall? nothing done to the trans at all just tune?
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Old 04-04-2012, 10:26 PM
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Yep. Stock stall. Doesn't push with cam and blower. Just a really in depth and good trans tune
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Well dynoed the car today and the dynow as not calibrated properly. At 5500rpms car made 496/486 still making power to 6100 rpms.

Air fuel is 11.4. Fuel pressure went from 58 to 52 at wot. Hooked up a mechanical vacuum gauge to read boost and it showed 13psi. That's a little high and I'm trying to figure out why.

Timing is currently at 14 degrees.

I will be going to lashway on Tuesday for a dyno run or two and see where I am really at.
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Well dynoed the car today and the dynow as not calibrated properly. At 5500rpms car made 496/486 still making power to 6100 rpms.

Air fuel is 11.4. Fuel pressure went from 58 to 52 at wot. Hooked up a mechanical vacuum gauge to read boost and it showed 13psi. That's a little high and I'm trying to figure out why.

Timing is currently at 14 degrees.

I will be going to lashway on Tuesday for a dyno run or two and see where I am really at.
it wasnt calibrated properly today or the other days?? bc mine was on the dyno today
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My tuners personal dyno wasn't calibrated today before I got on it.
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My tuners personal dyno wasn't calibrated today before I got on it.
Oh ok, I thought lashways wasn't calibrated

What dyno was it? Brand
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Lashways dyno is good. My tuner has his own portable mustang dyno. We just forgot to calibrate it before we put the car on
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Yes, let's not confuse the issue. Our dyno is spot on. In fact, it breaks hearts (and egos).

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Well, here is a video courtesy of Erik at lashway.
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I will let his comments show how nasty this car really is
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So what are the final numbers?
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Didn't dyno it properly. Uncalibrated dyno it made 500/[email protected] rpms. Pulled passed 6000rpms. But dyno was way off with me being at 13lbs. Will have to dyno again soon.

I will be at the private track event on April 22nd at pbir. U going litigator?
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dyno numbers dont mean **** to me .proff is in the time slip lol.got to say thats one mean car.
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Without a set of radials my times will suck. I'll spin all the way down the 1/4. I'm going to have to borrow someone's set or just run on my street tires and baby the throttle. Hope to at least run mid 11's. We shall see
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Your trap will be a great indication and you'll hook just fine after second gear.
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I'd like to trap 120+. Before I ran a [email protected] 2.01 60ft.
We will see what it runs April 22nd
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Your car is definitely making the power to trap over 120.
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We will see. Getting nt05r drag radials on Tuesday from Howard at redline.working a deal for me now
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567rwhp/520rwtq. 9.5 lbs of boost.
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whats the most boost that motor can take? is 9.5lbs safe?
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Old 04-21-2012, 12:58 PM
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My buddy Xavier is running 11lbs on e85 and he made 650/620 on his g8
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