Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Performance Upgrades' started by GotGrip?, Oct 8, 2019.
K&N drop in and GH AO tune on 91. Looking to do intercooler in the spring and maybe DPs.
WOW! Good power. What was the ambient temp?
It was about 68-70 degrees out.
That is big power for 91 octane.
Yeah I was a bit shocked when it came up, since they had just told me that their dyno usually reads lower than most.
That is most E30 cars.
Mustang or dynojet?
The true heart breaker. That is even more impressive.
I notice the side says 'flywheel power', so is this crank power instead of wheel power?
I will call and ask I didn't even see that, the email with the sheet said whp, I'll check back in when I found out!
So this is accurate for wheel and was mis labeled during session. They offered to rerun for a correctly labeled sheet, so I'll be going back in a couple weeks for their next opening to get that done. Good catch Com, I'll repost the new slip as soon as its done!
WOW, that is big pickup for 91 oct tune and drop in, 70 HP and 100 tq, its huge.
You should be in 500hp and 600+ tq in no time with few upgrades and 93 tune..
At the crank, but not to the tire. Full bolt on SHO's on E30 only make 420 ish hp with 480 ish tq when really leaned on. I dont believe he will see much of a gain because his fuel will be the limiting factor unless he wants to jump on E30.
It takes upgraded turbos, HPFP, high boost and good/race fuel to make 500 hp and 600 tq to the tire and most still dont make it. SBS, 802SHO, and Jordan all have 460-490 hp and 540 - 570 tq. None have cracked the the 500/600 mark documented and two of those cars have nitrous as well.
I find it interesting that you're at 18 psi boost when I also have the AO and only target 15 psi on 93 octane with OAR as low as it will go.
Also, it indicates shootout mode, meaning it's making predetermined drivetrain loss assumptions and attempting to calculate flywheel HP, as labeled. All those numbers listed in the box are correction factors. And given that you've somehow got IAT 5° colder than ambient on your 5th run, and that ambient is listed at 10° higher than the actual weather in that area at that time, I don't have much faith in the accuracy of this corrected chart.
What was your baseline?
Didn't have a baseline done, but for the sake of being fair/honest, I have already set up a rerun as well as setting up a run at another dyno shop to compare. So, once I have them I will certainly post those. In the mean time there's not much else I can do but wait. Thanks for input though!
Maybe my memory's faulty but didn't BDP1151 break 600 whp a couple years back without nitrous?
Yes with meth
Yes, with alot of Meth, Race Fuel, a built (questionably) LMS short block, turbo upgrade, and high boost.
I have to question these numbers. I have a 2014 SHO PP with the GH AO Tune and I had 93 Octane. I have the 160 thermostat, colder plugs gapped to .027, CAI, etc. My 3 runs were on a Mustang Dyno in a shop with the door open and about 40 degrees outside, DA was great. My best run was 350 WHP and 398 WTQ. So you're getting 22 more wheel horsepower and 40 more wheel torque? There's no way with same tune plus I'm on 93. Only thing I can think of is the Mustang Dyno is the absolute most underrated numbers in the world....
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