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Old 04-08-2013, 01:56 PM   #51
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Did you also get to take part in his last post with his car that makes 100 more hp than everyone else lol
I followed it and read all of it.

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Old 04-08-2013, 02:27 PM   #52
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2.5 psi doenst equal 100 wtq and horsepower. take the internet 1/4 mile calculator program and throw it in the garbage. you numbers are insane, thats it. you are no where near those numbers especiallty on stock injectors. a vf52 will turn into a hot air dryer at 25 psi. it simply runs out of breath.
i dident gain 100tq. if u read and not assume u will notice i gained 20tq
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Old 04-08-2013, 02:46 PM   #53
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this thread is comedy
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:14 PM   #54
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:21 PM   #55
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its exactly 1 sec quicker from my run with just catted downpipe and shortram + protune.
so ide say its a good run. the trap is def fast. i only could get 103mph

the numbers are inflated so what...theres def some fcked up people on here though..enjoy your car man...
whats next on the menu?
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Old 04-08-2013, 03:24 PM   #56
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395 to 456 is not 20tq.
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Old 04-08-2013, 04:26 PM   #57
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Stock injectors?? What are your IDC's, 150%? AFR? Your motor is going to pop..soon.
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:07 PM   #58
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What's your time and mph in the 1/8 along with 0-60'? I just took my car to the local 1/8. Wanted to compare times
7.903 @ 90.25mph
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:26 PM   #59
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7.903 @ 90.25mph
im basing this only on 1/8 times but damn. Its hard to believe your above 450ft lbs of torque.

Im at about 340 ft lbs (4780rpm) and 350 hp (6180rpm). I ran a similar time to you

I ran a 7.740 at 90.60mph.


I guess the important part is your trap time and speed. To remember that dynos are tunning tools. What did your car baseline at?
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Old 04-08-2013, 05:50 PM   #60
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:14 PM   #61
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so funny, nothing but haters. 90% prob have never been to the track and no nothing about it HAHAHAHA so funny. btw all u kids that make this xxx amount of power ever think the dyno reads low. DYNO JET is the industry standard
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Old 04-08-2013, 08:45 PM   #62
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Old 04-08-2013, 08:54 PM   #63
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so funny, nothing but haters. 90% prob have never been to the track and no nothing about it HAHAHAHA so funny. btw all u kids that make this xxx amount of power ever think the dyno reads low. DYNO JET is the industry standard
Mustang is a standard and reads correctly most the time. Dyno jet is famous for reading high especially when the tuner programs it to read high. That's why the Mustang is called a heartbreaker cuz people get a better idea of what they are actually making. Any dyno can be altered to read high tho but especially high in your case lol
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Mustang is a standard and reads correctly most the time. Dyno jet is famous for reading high especially when the tuner programs it to read high. That's why the Mustang is called a heartbreaker cuz people get a better idea of what they are actually making. Any dyno can be altered to read high tho but especially high in your case lol
Dynojet can't be altered to read higher.
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so funny, nothing but haters. 90% prob have never been to the track and no nothing about it HAHAHAHA so funny. btw all u kids that make this xxx amount of power ever think the dyno reads low. DYNO JET is the industry standard
And did you ever think the dyno you were tuned on reads high cuz everyone on here has said bs and comparing your car to 100 other cars with the same set up somehow yours makes 80 more hp and 100 more tq... That doesn't seem to be little weird to you..they all must just be on low reading dynos lol get real man
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Dynojet can't be altered to read higher.
I don't know alot bout dynos but I know on some you can set a correction factor. So all dynojets read higher than any other dyno? Or is it cus its not putting as much load cuz the wheels are not on.. All I know is that the majority of people being tuned via dynojet are claiming these insane numbers.

Nevermind I'm thinking of a different dyno where you hook up to the wheel hubs. Striker seems to be same as a Mustang as it is a roller type set up. But still they should both be able to have correction factors to set. Am I wrong?

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Old 04-08-2013, 09:19 PM   #67
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I don't know alot bout dynos but I know on some you can set a correction factor. So all dynojets read higher than any other dyno? Or is it cus its not putting as much load cuz the wheels are not on.. All I know is that the majority of people being tuned via dynojet are claiming these insane numbers.

Nevermind I'm thinking of a different dyno where you hook up to the wheel hubs. Striker seems to be same as a Mustang as it is a roller type set up. But still they should both be able to have correction factors to set. Am I wrong?
Sae is an industry standard correction factor. I agree his numbers seem high and sometimes at elevation the correction factor can be unrealistic for a turbo car.
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saw this car run, sorry buddy no way you're making that kind of TQ, especially on stock injectors. unless you have some kind of freak.

if you want to shut everyone up, get in your car. do ONE pull, log it. post it. data doesn't lie.
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Mustang is a standard and reads correctly most the time. Dyno jet is famous for reading high especially when the tuner programs it to read high. That's why the Mustang is called a heartbreaker cuz people get a better idea of what they are actually making. Any dyno can be altered to read high tho but especially high in your case lol
Wrong. Mustang dynos aren't lower due to cf.It's due to load.
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450 tq??? on a VF-52????
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:43 PM   #71
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Wrong. Mustang dynos aren't lower due to cf.It's due to load.
Well that's what I thought but how is the load different? They are both on roller dynos right. I have no experience with dynojet. I've only been tuned with a Mustang so I don't completely understand how they work besides read crazy high.. But in some cases they will read normal like a Mustang
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lmao this guys making more tq than rsuttons set up on a blotch 1.5xtr, or bens old set up on his 20gxtr... funny jokes. stock injectors and stock vf52, and with the way vinny tunes i know those injectors are maxed out to *****. good luck w/ the car. 12.3 is impressive, but lets get real with those dyno numbers.
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:42 PM   #73
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Well that's what I thought but how is the load different? They are both on roller dynos right. I have no experience with dynojet. I've only been tuned with a Mustang so I don't completely understand how they work besides read crazy high.. But in some cases they will read normal like a Mustang
Dynojet is an inertia based dyno. Mustang dynos are load based. Mustang will typically read 14% lower due to the load. Mustang dynos aren't the norm. Dynojets are more common. Neither reads "normal" per se. Just two different ways to measure.
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. Mustang will typically read 14% lower due to the load.
That hasn't been the case for about 2 years. Newer calibrations puts them within a few % of dynojet output. Dynocom also use small rollers and eddy current absorbers. They read like dynojet, if not higher, so it is not a matter of being inertia based or "load" based.
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That hasn't been the case for about 2 years. Newer calibrations puts them within a few % of dynojet output. Dynocom also use small rollers and eddy current absorbers. They read like dynojet, if not higher, so it is not a matter of being inertia based or "load" based.
It just seems like you could tune the same car on two different dynos with same conditions but the dyno jet will always read higher and lately even more so unless people are lieing bout the numbers cuz there have been tons of stage 2 cars tuned dynojet claiming there in 340s hp and 380 tq and that's just basic stage 2 no little add ons.
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