Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
A mustang dyno is only as honest as it's operator and calibration settings. As an operator I can tell you I could easily make a mustang dyno produce numbers higher, lower, or the same as a dynojet. Judging by the print out I'd guess that the mustang dyno in question is skewed higher in order to appease the customers who they service who are likely used to seeing "big numbers". Lots of factors in a mustang dyno's setup. Calibration settings, weather station for corrected numbers (if they could afford one, most don't have them), [The printout shows they do NOT have a weather station hooked up], inertia on or off, vehicle weight entered, resistance entered, etc... I've been through this argument enough.
-1996 Pearl White Thunderbird 4.6 Sport 4v with many mods:
Current Best: 13.583 @ 103.74 10/2014.
227hp/241tq measured on calibrated mustang dyno, tested at full vehicle simulation with inertia enabled, no number skewing.
-2001 White Ford F-250 Super Duty 6.8 V10, 4-door, 4x4, Limo Tint, BFG KO2's, Bilstein 7100 Remote Reservoir Race Bypass Shocks, 6" Spring lift, Kenwood Double Din, K&N Intake, FlowMaster Exhaust
Amber_Murder's Daily Driver.
-2005 White GMC Sierra 3500 6.6 Duramax, Dually, 4-door, 4x4, Limo Tint, BFG Commercial T/A's, Rancho RS9000XL Shocks, Kenwood Double Din, K&N Intake, Banks Monster Exhaust
Chris_Murder's Daily Driver.