2006 V6 tungsten gray
Performance= Upgraded headers, Dual GT500 Mufflers, GT swaybars front and back
Looks= Black billet grille, Tri-bar pony, Black out panel, 8" antenna, Sequential taillights, 2010 GT 19" rims, GT front bumper
Interior= Dash cover, 6.3" Jensen touchscreen, white ball shifter, Custom box for a 10" sub
I just had a Saleen Blower installed with a 3.6 pulley and Saleen CAI, gt500 pumps and 42lb injectors, and put down 400 rwhp on a mustang dyno running around 11.5 A/F all the way through. Stock block. I'm not too worried about it.
I've added fat 11.5 but what's the diff between Dynojet and Mustang Dyno?
In a nutshell
A mustang dyno is an eddy current dyno and actually puts an electrical load on the rollers that the tires are turning. A dynojet is an inertia dyno, the roller is not electrically loaded but rather just very heavy. The dynojet calculates HP by the amount of time it takes to spin the roller up to speed. A mustang calculates HP by electrical current.
They are booth accurate in the correct hands. Most people will say a mustang reads low......my experience is the mustang is more accurate....and dynojet numbers tend to be over inflated.....just my opinion.