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Old 05-26-2012, 02:30 PM   #1
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Default COBB Downpipe and GR cat back reviewed.

Wasn't sure where this post fit best so I thought I would share it here since it gives people the chance to read our impressions of these two pieces.

The pictures will take you to the full review article for all of the details. Dyno charts below.




Here is the dyno of the the stock baseline, COBB OTS 93 octane stage 1 map, and COBB OTS 93 Octane Stage 2 map. Car still has the stock intake.


Dyno. of Cobb stage 2 versus AMS pro-tune for stage 2.
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Is this awhp or at the crank ?
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Is this awhp or at the crank ?
AWHP. Using the Mustang Dyno. at AMS performance. The first installment where we reviewed the AccessPORT was our baseline and that was done on the same dyno in slightly cooler conditions.

We also explain that not all dyno.'s read the same so we are simply looking at gains here and not necessarily trying to compare to what other people have made on different dyno.'s.

All of our tests will be done on this dyno and we will be reviewing other parts going forward including suspension and braking components in addition to the power adders.
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