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Anyone know of a reputable ford/mustang shop in Houston I could go to for a dyno?


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I find it interesting that the stock N/A Coyotes' HP and torque numbers are really close to one another.
And that's true of the larger engine GT500s as well.

But we SC Coyote guys, while our torque numbers go way up with the forced injection, the HP figures are usually about 90-100 higher than the torque numbers.

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I find it interesting that the stock N/A Coyotes' HP and torque numbers are really close to one another.
And that's true of the larger engine GT500s as well.

But we SC Coyote guys, while our torque numbers go way up with the forced injection, the HP figures are usually about 90-100 higher than the torque numbers.
thats mostly because there are different types of blowers. centrifugals dont make alot of torque. pd blowers make more torque but some tuners are a little conservative on the mid range timing and air fuel to protect the stock rods of the coyote which also kills big torque figures. .

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That seem to make sense. So basically, some of us are getting about all we can get out of our sc'd stock internals Coyote engines and still have them hold together.

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That seem to make sense. So basically, some of us are getting about all we can get out of our sc'd stock internals Coyote engines and still have them hold together.

yeah. pd blowers will make more torque because the instant boost hit but even then they are still limiting them because of the weak rods and pistons. weak is a relatively term because there is nothing weak about a piston that can take 600rwhp but you get what i am saying. with a forged bottom end you could run a little bit more timing down low and get another 40-60ft lbs of peak torque. the higher cylinder pressures should not affect stronger pistons. with e85 on the stock bottom end you can push your luck a little bit more because the combustion temperature will be a bit lower but even then cylinder pressures will increase. a forged bottom end and e85 is a wet dream for big torque numbers on small pd blowers. but mainly why you see such a large difference in torque is because of tune and fuel type and ofcourse different blower setups. also tvs blowers make a bit more torque than twin screw blower at the boost levels that the coyote could safely handle so that is another small reason why people have torque figures all over the place LOL.

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