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i wanted custom but couldnt find a shop:mad: do you have any vids of it
I do...(the tips are not crooked, it's just the angle of the camera..LOL)

 

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Dude no need to be so Agro you have a stock car almost with a few things done. You're getting the wrong idea about dynos. It's not a big deal. Easy there tiger.
That's exactly my point bro.. The list isn't standardized because Dynojet put out such higher numbers. That's why my local shop has a formula he can put in before the run to get close.
hell the 292 was stock..
Its ok.. Parts are coming in, Things are changing...
 

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Things aren't standardized, but letting each technician add a certain % to what he thinks makes up the difference or whatever is even less accurate. See lovefabs #'s those are on a mustang Dyno "one of the lowest reading" doing he would have added 10% or what ever he would be # 4 on the list, but would the number be accurate or honest? No. Fact is if you want "dynojet numbers" go Dyno on a dynojet. In the end the reason to Dyno is to check gain for ur car, on the same Dyno.
 

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That's exactly my point bro.. The list isn't standardized because Dynojet put out such higher numbers. That's why my local shop has a formula he can put in before the run to get close.
hell the 292 was stock..
Its ok.. Parts are coming in, Things are changing...
The list is for $hits and giggles man lol just enjoy the coupe and don't hold so much stock in being on the list lol
 

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The list is for $hits and giggles man lol just enjoy the coupe and don't hold so much stock in being on the list lol
First of off it it doesn't matter then I should be on the list. But I'm pretty sure I said take me of the list cause all the b1tching and complaining about conversions and numbers with standardizing. So I'm pretty sure at this point I'm just like **** it. Quite frankly do it right. Or don't care and just have fun. I made the effort to involve my self with the fun and people bitched about it. so the shits and giggles got real. So remove me and I can move on.

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Dude, chris, you gotta relax bro... this isnt a serious competition!

Theres no need to have to chase me down for every little thing that I do haha I am building this car for ME, no one else... I dont need to prove anything to anyone. At the end of the day, its just a car man
 

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Dude, chris, you gotta relax bro... this isnt a serious competition!

Theres no need to have to chase me down for every little thing that I do haha I am building this car for ME, no one else... I dont need to prove anything to anyone. At the end of the day, its just a car man
Dude lol the catch you statement was just for fun man. The stuff between you and me has nothing to do with the way these guys are itching me the wrong way

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the bottom line is that they used a "secret formula" for a mode to make higher numbers... no offense, but i agree with them man

just bring it to an actual dynojet and post those numbers if thats what you really are after lol
 

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the bottom line is that they used a "secret formula" for a mode to make higher numbers... no offense, but i agree with them man

just bring it to an actual dynojet and post those numbers if thats what you really are after lol
Its not a secret formula its a correction factor, every dyno slip on the list is using some kind of correction factor so until the lists states uncorrected dyno numbers only, or x type of dyno only allowed, I dont see a problem.
As someone mentioned above . its all for fun, it would be nice if it could stay that way.
 

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which is why i wrote that in quotations lol

i understand what it is
 

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Its not a secret formula its a correction factor, every dyno slip on the list is using some kind of correction factor so until the lists states uncorrected dyno numbers only, or x type of dyno only allowed, I dont see a problem.
As someone mentioned above . its all for fun, it would be nice if it could stay that way.
Standard weather / environmental correction factors are different from "dynojet mode correction factors" which id assume from his dyno are applied on top of regular correction factors.
 

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Standard weather / environmental correction factors are different from "dynojet mode correction factors" which id assume from his dyno are applied on top of regular correction factors.
They are still correction factors that are available, I will give you an example of how much dynos can vary, I could not hit 400 whp with 750 injectors on a dynojet, yet SJ on a dynapack passed 450 whp on 750 injectors, I just dont put much weight in dyno numbers unless done on the same dyno with the same operator (for comparison purposes).
 

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They are still correction factors that are available, I will give you an example of how much dynos can vary, I could not hit 400 whp with 750 injectors on a dynojet, yet SJ on a dynapack passed 450 whp on 750 injectors, I just dont put much weight in dyno numbers unless done on the same dyno with the same operator (for comparison purposes).
Did your injectors run out of steam or your pump? A lot of it is the turbo set up itself. Ex: Chris put down right under 400whp on the same dyno as I with 750s before they had to stop tuning.

I agree a dynoPAC does read slightly higher but not much.
 

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They are still correction factors that are available, I will give you an example of how much dynos can vary, I could not hit 400 whp with 750 injectors on a dynojet, yet SJ on a dynapack passed 450 whp on 750 injectors, I just dont put much weight in dyno numbers unless done on the same dyno with the same operator (for comparison purposes).
What are the standard Mustang to Dynojet Mode correction factors? Some say 1.10, some say 1.12, some say 1.08, etc. There is no commonly accepted Dynojet Mode correction factor because of the fact that you posted, dynos vary from one to the other. Weather correction factors are standardized though which is why they're acceptable. Dyno Correction Factor Calculator
 

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They are still correction factors that are available, I will give you an example of how much dynos can vary, I could not hit 400 whp with 750 injectors on a dynojet, yet SJ on a dynapack passed 450 whp on 750 injectors, I just dont put much weight in dyno numbers unless done on the same dyno with the same operator (for comparison purposes).
Either you do not have 750 cc injectors bench tested at 43 psi or your fuel pump ran out of steam bud. I put down 394 on a Dynocom dyno at around 80-85% fuel dc on the CMD running stock timing. Pulled a little timing for safety at TXS and ended with 381 whp on a Dynapak when it was close to 100 degrees out with PLENTY of injector left. I will be on a Dynojet near my house when it cools off a bit more and I am certain it will read higher than the Dynapak....Dynojet usually does...
 

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Did your injectors run out of steam or your pump? A lot of it is the turbo set up itself. Ex: Chris put down right under 400whp on the same dyno as I with 750s before they had to stop tuning.

I agree a dynoPAC does read slightly higher but not much.
I had have an upgraded fuel pump, I now use ID 1000cc injectors. My turbo is a little bigger then yours. Im glad you didnt see the post as an attack, it was just for comparison purposes to take dyno sheets with a grain of salt.
check your PM I will send you a pick of my setup.
 

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I had have an upgraded fuel pump, I now use ID 1000cc injectors. My turbo is a little bigger then yours. Im glad you didnt see the post as an attack, it was just for comparison purposes to take dyno sheets with a grain of salt.
check your PM I will send you a pick of my setup.
AFR plays a HUGE factor too. .5 AFR could be up to 8% fuel DC...if not more. If his tune is like mine, it runs 11.2-11.4

What setup are you running?
 

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Either you do not have 750 cc injectors bench tested at 43 psi or your fuel pump ran out of steam bud. I put down 394 on a Dynocom dyno at around 80-85% fuel dc on the CMD running stock timing. Pulled a little timing for safety at TXS and ended with 381 whp on a Dynapak when it was close to 100 degrees out with PLENTY of injector left. I will be on a Dynojet near my house when it cools off a bit more and I am certain it will read higher than the Dynapak....Dynojet usually does...
dynocoms can read even higher then dynapacks. If you logged your iat.s and timing and they were the same when you went on the dynojet, I'm confident you would be lower on the dynojet.
Anyways no worries, when it comes to dyno's the debate will always be there as long as it stays civil amoung fellow gencoupe owners its all good.
 

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dynocoms can read even higher then dynapacks. If you logged your iat.s and timing and they were the same when you went on the dynojet, I'm confident you would be lower on the dynojet.
Anyways no worries, when it comes to dyno's the debate will always be there as long as it stays civil amoung fellow gencoupe owners its all good.
The debate will always be there for sure. Just speaking from personal experience. I did not have the equipment to log anything for you guys though, so it's all good.

Still interested in your setup though.
 
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