Originally Posted by KurtP
ah....changing with the times and going from the "heart breaker" to the "sweet heart" calibration.
In Ed's defense he held out for true numbers more than most did, and people around this forum are starting to call their local dynojets and 'wheels-off' variants "heart breakers".
The last people I knew of using real mustang type numbers were Akuma, EQ, and STM. Pretty sure Akuma is on the dynojet calibration now too for the same reason.... I guess, though, if other shops are using the inflated numbers it makes it harder to compete when you say they can make "300" and the other place is saying they can make "350".
We are not running Dynojet Calibration. I personally do not like to compare numbers as we all know numbers on one dyno is not necessarily comparable to another. Its better to compare them on the street, line them up and see what happens. Minus any driver error a good old race should reveal the faster car. Its about the tunes performance, longevity and reliability. Im sure we can all agree on that.