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Brutal honesty El Paso Dyno

I was digging on my computer and found these.
These were my initial dyno pulls. Wasn't ever going to post them...they were very discouraging lol

Let's see.
06 GT Auto
El Paso 3800 ft
101 degrees (had to google the date for weather)

Humidity
30%
Barometer
26.13 Hg
Dew Point
57
Grains
79.5
Air density
80.66 %
Density Altitude
7178 ft.

Mods at the time were
JLT CAI
Bama 87 Perf Tune

On a mustang dyno
242.5 HP
261.6 TQ

Have to admit they were crushing numbers.
Granted running just the 86 didn't help, but as I recall the dyno was last minute and I had just swapped tunes from factory.

What do you guys think?
Granted I have LTs now. But with the heat and air density, I wonder if I'll actually hit my goals with full bolt ons or not.

The operator said new edges barely scrapped 200 out here.

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UDPs, Smog/AC Delete, O/R H, Dumped Straight Pipes, 155lph Fuel Pump, Factory "CAI"

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Considering it's an auto and you're in el paso in the summer time, I would say it's ok. I know I was worried about my car only doing a 14.1 in the 1/4 when I first got it, but that was in Arkansas in the summer, I finally got a cooler night and was able to get a 13.9 with a bad launch. So I would say not to worry about it really, cause I'm sure that 87 tune didn't help a bit either. So if the new edges do 200 there, and they're rated at 260, that means they're 60 less than normal, and since you're rated at 300 and you are 40 down with bolt ons, I would think it sounds fairly good considering it's an auto with a 87 tune. Don't get discouraged, get blown.



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In this heat!?
It's 102 out now. A few WOT runs on the highway and you can feel it bog...takes it a while to get any pep back.

What I really need, is to move haha
Spray sir, spray.
I want to cool it down lol

Nah, I don't make the money to break sh*t anymore.
Nor do I hit the track.
But no crime against loud exhaust with lope.
And well the juice? That's just there for peace of mind

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Mods at the time were
JLT CAI
Bama 87 Perf Tune

On a mustang dyno
242.5 HP
261.6 TQ

Have to admit they were crushing numbers.
Granted running just the 86 didn't help, but as I recall the dyno was last minute and I had just swapped tunes from factory.

What do you guys think?
Considering that a Mustang dyno can read anything from 0-15% lower than a Dynojet, your dyno numbers aren't bad at all for a near stock automatic. Remember that the dyno numbers are already SAE corrected for the atmospheric conditions and the raw uncorrected numbers would have been much lower.


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