2017 Taurus SHO

Discussion in 'Dyno Results' started by Vigilante, Jan 19, 2018.

  1. Vigilante

    Vigilante SHO Member

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    So had my 2017 SHO with PP finally dyno'd yesterday and am attaching the results. Mods include 93 tune from Livernois with their CAI. Two runs with Sports and one with D. Best run was the last with Sport after cool off. Is this about normal for my SHO with the mods I have?
     

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  2. Livernois Motorsports

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    That last pull seems like a beast! No tstat or 3bar map sensor?
     
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    Yes, I have both purchased from your company and both were installed at time of dyno
     
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    Great! There is no set instone number for the SHO because boost numbers change on conditions but in between 330 and 350 seems right in the average ballpark for those mods
     
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    TKSJOHN SHO Member

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    Aren't the SHO's rated 365HP stock? I thought your tune on average helps make around 430HP
     
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    You are talking about crank HP numbers, the numbers i provided are the numbers the vehicle actually puts down at the wheels!
     
  7. luigisho

    luigisho SHO Member

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    At the wheels? Mfg list engine power numbers on an engine dyno. Most people get dyno measurements at the drive wheel(s) with alot more running gear and other stuff dragging the number down. Power at the wheels is really all that matters in the end

    Almost got posted before above..
     
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    Sadly because these vehicles are AWD they tend to lose alot of power transfering it to the wheels
     
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    TKSJOHN SHO Member

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    That makes sense, I knew there was something I was missing being a newbie here :snicker::smash:
     
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    No bid deal thats why were here to ask questions and help you out with any information you need! This is what we are here for as a company and why everyone is here as a community to build and learn together from everyones individual experiences and thoughts!
     
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    The 365chp that Ford advertises, coupled with the documented 23% to 24% drivetrain loss, places our beloved shows at a range of 277-285whp.

    Again, CHP = Crank HP and WHP = Wheel HP.

    So yea, figure when LMS is providing their respective WHP #'s, those are considerable gains over stock.
     

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