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I needed objective information to validate if the mods I had paid for gave me the performance I had hoped. I would say I was very nervous, to many horror stories out there. As you read this remember I am on a Superflow not a Dynojet. Last run was at 5100 RPM 4th gear 277.5 RWHP and 294.8 TQ AFR 14.2 speed 110. I Did not have them push the RPMs higher because I had never driven her beyond that point. She was pulling all the way up and by the numbers she had not peaked. Looking at stock 2006 GT numbers on the internet of 232 RWHP and 237 TQ I think a 17 and 19% increase is respectable and I believe I got the bang for my buck.

Again, though I am new to this whole muscle car thing and I'd like others honest opinions, thanks.

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I needed objective information to validate if the mods I had paid for gave me the performance I had hoped. I would say I was very nervous, to many horror stories out there. As you read this remember I am on a Superflow not a Dynojet. Last run was at 5100 RPM 4th gear 277.5 RWHP and 294.8 TQ AFR 14.2 speed 110. I Did not have them push the RPMs higher because I had never driven her beyond that point. She was pulling all the way up and by the numbers she had not peaked. Looking at stock 2006 GT numbers on the internet of 232 RWHP and 237 TQ I think a 17 and 19% increase is respectable and I believe I got the bang for my buck.

Again, though I am new to this whole muscle car thing and I'd like others honest opinions, thanks.
232/237 seem awfully low for a stock GT allowing for typical drivetrain losses for a 5 speed manual. On a dynojet, most stock GTs will average between 272 and 281 rwtq and 255-264 rwhp.


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232/237 seem awfully low for a stock GT allowing for typical drivetrain losses for a 5 speed manual. On a dynojet, most stock GTs will average between 272 and 281 rwtq and 255-264 rwhp.
Your probably right I think I read the comparison between Superflow AeroDyn vs Dynojet was that Superflow was about 10-15% lower.
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my 06 GT manual stock on the dynojet was 268 hp. (i dont remember tq). after mods, my hp is 293, 309tq.
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Your probably right I think I read the comparison between Superflow AeroDyn vs Dynojet was that Superflow was about 10-15% lower.
I'm sure you'd see better numbers on a dynojet. It's generally higher than a mustang dyno. My guess the superflo gives lower #s too.

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