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  1. 2014Paxton5.0

    2014Paxton5.0 Member Established Member

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    Hey, I had a baseline run of my bonestock 2018 A10 GT done at the ford dealership before I got my whipple installed. I got some crazy good numbers for an auto and was curious what you all thought. As soon as they dyno with the whipple on I'll post that as well. 438/399. With the correction I actually picked up more WCF 441/402.

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    Those are healthy numbers for your GT. Can't wait to see your "after" numbers.
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    How much boost are you gonna start off with?

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    gimmie11s Dont be a Hybred Premium Member Established Member

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    Dyno numbers don't mean anything.

    Stock A10 cars trap 115-119 depending on DA and track prep.

    Run it down the strip and report back.
     
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    If dyno numbers don't mean anything then why did you post them for your 2007 gt500 you sold in your sig?
     
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    gimmie11s Dont be a Hybred Premium Member Established Member

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    That's an easy one.

    Because Im not the guy starting a thread bragging to everyone about how I bought a factory freak.

    What else you got there, Sharpie?
     
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    2014Paxton5.0 Member Established Member

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    Bragging? How insecure of you to think that. So you are a hypocrite, noted............ Moving on. Here is the curve. Stage one on bone stock A10, with the out of the box tune.
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    Before and after. It seems like the before runs a little high and the after seems to be what I expected for a mustang dyno. The runs were done a few days apart, similar weather.
     

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    The 4" pulley, not sure how much boost it was. It doesn't show on the sheet. I'll find out.
     
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    gimmie11s Dont be a Hybred Premium Member Established Member

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    Hahahahaha.

    Im a hyprocrite because I called you out for being a bloviating bafoon. Gotcha.

    What's it run down the strip again? (Hint... ive already ran my '18 stock and tuned so anxious for your response).
     
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    1 Alibi 2 If not today, when ?????? Established Member

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    Have #'s & know what kind of dyno was used, curious as to what correction factors were used ?
    .................( SAE J1349 & SAE J607 are the most common )
     
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    It's a mustang dyno. They use WCF for corrections. This is the first time I've had a mustang dyno. Normally I use a dyno jet which has the corrections you listed. Mustang dyno is a whole other animal.
     

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