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2014 track pack steeda tune dyno

I have a carbon fiber jlt intake, roush axle back, steeda tune the numbers were 378whp 294 wtrq. Seems a bit low what are your thoughts?


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So basically you installed better mufflers and a tune. Seems like good numbers to me. What were you expecting?



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Only around 10 more hp, I'm not disappointed. Does torque seem low?

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Only around 10 more hp, I'm not disappointed. Does torque seem low?
The butt dyno is what matters. How does she feel / run? At least the numbers are heading in the right direction.


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Car is good besides the 3.73 gear whine it's going in tom for that

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Only around 10 more hp, I'm not disappointed. Does torque seem low?
Is that number based on a baseline dyno you ran with the car stock?

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Never ran it stock

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Looks like they ran the Dyno in 4th gear, not 5th. The only way to get an accurate torque reading is to use the gear closest to a 1:1 ratio, which is 5th in the MT82.

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Looks like they ran the Dyno in 4th gear, not 5th. The only way to get an accurate torque reading is to use the gear closest to a 1:1 ratio, which is 5th in the MT82.
Dont take a Coyote to a shop that doesnt know Coyotes or MT82s. Your TQ numbers are super off - likely due to operator error.

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Based on my experience, your torque seems way too low. I would have thought with a Steeda tune that you'd have more HP too, again based on my experience. Here's my dyno results for my 1 week old Track Pack GT back in April. At the time, it had 750-ish miles on it and was bone stock. I did this dyno run to get a baseline for future mods. If I recall correctly, it was in the mid-70's temperature wise and wasn't super humid. It was done at Pro-Dyno in Fort Mill, SC. They almost exclusively do Ford performance work. This was the best of my 3 runs:



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Based on my experience, your torque seems way too low. I would have thought with a Steeda tune that you'd have more HP too, again based on my experience. Here's my dyno results for my 1 week old Track Pack GT back in April. At the time, it had 750-ish miles on it and was bone stock. I did this dyno run to get a baseline for future mods. If I recall correctly, it was in the mid-70's temperature wise and wasn't super humid. It was done at Pro-Dyno in Fort Mill, SC. They almost exclusively do Ford performance work. This was the best of my 3 runs:


Yeah, your numbers are absolutely right on. Generally, these cars are right in the 350-370 range give or take a little depending on weather conditions.

OP's dyno of 294 rwtq is flat wrong. Im sure his car is fine and the shop's dyno is calibrated like Bill Clinton's crooked schwanz.

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Oh hell! Sorry OP. I got cought up on the last two numbers and didn't reslize it was 294 instead of 394. My bad! I'll shut up now


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