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Post your Dyno Graph

Do we have a comprehensive post where there is a collection of dyno graphs and what modifications go along with said graphs?

I know we have a lot scattered around in many posts, but I can't remember one post that has them all. Maybe make it a sticky if it turns out good with a lot of information…

If there is one already, can someone please delete this post.

Here’s my donation:

Red Line:
73 Cougar
351C-4V
Open chamber heads
Torker intake
750 vac secondary
Dual point distributor
VERY mild cam
Long tube headers

Blue Line:
1997 Mark VIII LSC
Stock except for a chip
135K miles
(Threw a CE code with a sticking IMRC soon after this dyno run)


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92 degrees the day this was run & single Water/Meth shot


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Good call 94DD. I don't think there is an "all inclusive" DYNO Graph thread.

Here's mine.

See the list of my mods in my gallery if you're curious how I got to this number.


Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
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And here is our "Carolina Crew Chief" RobertPs Mods in his sig .


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Mods are limited to a homebrew style exhaust, and the air silencer removed....

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Those are some weird dyno graphs. When I go back to my parents' house to visit, I'll have to snap a pic of my dyno graph.

Oh, the second one is A:F.

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Can't wait until the spring when I can get rid of these old numbers. Finally got my hands on a 2.95 pulley, now it's time to upgrade the spray!


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Dyno graph for my 1996 T-Bird LX with Dual exhaust from Mandrel Exhaust Systems and a 190LPH Walpro Fuel Pump.
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Dyno graph for my 1996 T-Bird LX with Dual exhaust from Mandrel Exhaust Systems and a 190LPH Walpro Fuel Pump.
You got a tune on that thing? What are your mods?

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Thats with stock exhaust after the motor build and the 5-speed swap. Its gonna get torn down again here in the next couple of weeks for...well for more work. Still top secret at the moment, lol.

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PI swap with true dual exhaust and a C&L upper intake

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The Bird is gone.

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Finally took a picture of mine. This is as it currently stands as of November of '08. 3 runs. Green line is when they did it in 3rd and hit the speed governor. Red and Blue lines are done in 2nd gear.


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Changed from a 90mm Lightning MAF to an 80mm Mustang GT MAF after this. Also suspect there may have been some minor tire slippage. But I'm not complainin.



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Mark VIII Torque Converter - J-Modded 4R70W transmission - Mark VIII Aluminum Driveshaft - 3.73 gears
PBR Brake Calipers - Eibach Springs - KYB Shocks
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Good information/graphs and keep 'em coming.

But please include what modifications go along with said graphs? (Assuming they aren't in your signatures)

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Changed from a 90mm Lightning MAF to an 80mm Mustang GT MAF after this. Also suspect there may have been some minor tire slippage. But I'm not complainin.

Thats not bad at all , you have the same mods I do except that I went back to stock
3.27 gears cause my 4.10's were clunking and my 80mm maf is from a lightning.

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60'...... 2.06
1/8th .. 9.194
mph .... 77.13

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PI heads *PI intake*Mark VIII torque converter*Cobra T-loc w\4.10's * Jmod*tranny fluid cooler*P&P stock T/B & plenum*UD pulleys* Dynotech 4in ds*80mm Lightning maf*Xcal2*02 GT intake tube.
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my 2011gt dyno with xpipe, tune only

First run - 384rwhp dyno was a 4th gear pull. Dyno operator didn't know 5th is 1:1. 2nd and 3rd runs are correct.

All pulls were done hot no engine shut off. Car was not cooled before dyno.

SAE 398 rwhp/387 rwtq.

I've added roush over axle mufflers and air raid CAI since that dyno. Those should net 10-15 more rwhp.

2011 GT mods: off road x-pipe, lethal 93 aggressive tune. nothing else.



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Mods are basic: CAI, U/D Pullies, PI Intake, Cooler Plugs & T-Stat - Everything else stock including EEC & Full Exhaust.
Dyno was Mustang Dyno which is supposedly 12% less readings than DynoJet.

Tune & Full Mandrel 2.5" True Dual Exhaust should help this immensely!

Then, 3-Angle NPI Heads w/PI Cams unto a Teksid block (build getting parts together now!)


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Here's my dyno graph. It's been a few years since I got the dyno tune but haven't changed anything on the car yet. See my sig for my mods.



How about a video too ?? These were from a dyno day about a year after my dyno tune.


Here's a video from one of the pulls on the dyno. Final numbers were 276 horse and 301 torque !



1996 T-bird, 4.6 with ported PI heads and VT stage 2 cams, JBA shorty headers, 3000 stall converter, 3.73 gears and just about every bolt on available.
Dyno tune results: 275.9rwhp and 301.4 torque.
Best 1/4 mile time: 13.65 at 99.52 mph.
Now I need more gear, more stall and some drag radials !!

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Here is an updated graph as of Dec. 11 Still needs retuning for the pulley and lack of tuning it had when the original dyno was done.

.030 Teksid block 11cc pistons 10.5:1 comp forged crank rotating assembly balanced
P & P PI heads SS valves Comp 270 cams
P & P SVO blower 3.1 pulley 11lbs boost AIS water/meth injection
custom modified Mustang MAC longtube headers hi flow cats 2.5" duals all the way out x-pipe and Flowmaster mufflers
97 Mustang GT T-45 conversion 11" Centerforce clutch
3.73 Trac Loc all aluminum rear





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All of 2011, only ONE PERSON posted a dyno graph. This year, we have three so far!

I personally would LOVE to see this thread FULL of dyno graphs! If you have them, please post them!!!!!

Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!

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Mods affecting HP/TQ:

PI Intake
PI Cams
Mandrel Exhaust Systems 2.5" Duals w/ Magnaflow X and Dynomax Super Turbo mufflers
Mail-order tuned by Don LaSota for 93
Steeda underdrive pulleys
Closed vane water pump
180* T-stat

Other mods:
DirtyDog 2004 GT 4R70W
DirtyDog 9.5" 3500 stall converter
3.73 limited slip
190 lph fuel pump
24#/hr injectors
80mm 02 GT MAF

80* ambient temperature, works out to about 248 BHP/327 BTQ.




All three runs:


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Nice Brandon!

Now, I've been following your mods and rwhp numbers along the way with your Bird. Did you add the dual exhaust with this last set of mods including PI cams & U/Ds or was it sooner?

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Selected mods, in order were:

7/09 PI intake/80mm MAF
10/09 PI cams
10/10 Exhaust
12/10 Gears
3/12 Pulleys/water pump
4/12 DirtyDog trans/converter, 24# injectors and LaSota tune

Don noted it was a bit lean for the first 2/3 of the run. He has already sent me a modified tune to compensate and has suggested I get my hands dirty and learn the PRP. That I think is next.

Here is a video as well, for those interested... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=145aQ...ature=youtu.be

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Here's the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Oyxp...ure=plpp_video

This link has a list of all the mods.

http://www.sccoa.com/forums/garage_v..._vehicle&id=39

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Almost in the 9s with a 4000# car?!? WOW!
Amazing - Congrats!!!

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teksid block with forged internals, MHS stage 2 heads and cams, 80 mm 03 Mustang MAF, Bullitt intake with Accufab oval throttle body, Kooks headers, 2.5 inch catless true dual exhaust, w/x pipe and Magnaflow Magnapacks, Dirty Dog 3000 stall marauder tq converter, BC automotive built 4R70w transmission ,MMX Dynotech Drive shaft, Trac loc differential with 3.73's, custom made fssb, and lecb, rear shock tower brace by Azzkickers, JL subframe connectors, Eibach 1.5" lowering springs, koni shocks, dyno tune by Tim Barth at Mr Norm's garage
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nice power.....should have rev'd it out to 6800-7000 to determine the best shift points.
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nice power.....should have rev'd it out to 6800-7000 to determine the best shift points.
Super.....now what? Any way other than having it done again? Guess I should have looked into that before the tune.........

teksid block with forged internals, MHS stage 2 heads and cams, 80 mm 03 Mustang MAF, Bullitt intake with Accufab oval throttle body, Kooks headers, 2.5 inch catless true dual exhaust, w/x pipe and Magnaflow Magnapacks, Dirty Dog 3000 stall marauder tq converter, BC automotive built 4R70w transmission ,MMX Dynotech Drive shaft, Trac loc differential with 3.73's, custom made fssb, and lecb, rear shock tower brace by Azzkickers, JL subframe connectors, Eibach 1.5" lowering springs, koni shocks, dyno tune by Tim Barth at Mr Norm's garage
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