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Old 01-10-2010, 03:07 PM   #477
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Now you guys are looking at it all wrong..... we did 7 pulls with the first one being around 316RWHP and close to the same with TQ. I think it was less but i dont have the sheets in front of me. (im currently in Texas on vacation). Out of 7 pulls the max was 455rwhp and 450rwtq, but my average was 410rwhp and 415rwtq. I understand that some of you find this hard to believe but if you had read my original post you could see that the car was F@cked up for lack of a better word when we started. The air/fuel mixture was all jacked up. Every time we made adjustments and did another pull we kept pulling more. We moved the redline from 6200 to 7000 (i dont suggest doing this unless you know what your doing) is also how we was able to pull 455 and 450 max. We could have made more if i wanted to up it to 8000, but again im not trying to tear the shit outta the car. Im confident we could have pulled 475 and 460 if we would have done this as both the HP and TQ continued to climb. Everything was done using EFI live and mustang dyno. It doesnt matter what dyno u use and every dyno will be different....... what you have to pay attention to is how much gain you made with the adjustments. (hope this makes sense to some of you)
I'll upload the sheets when i get back this week.

All work done on my vehicle was done by guys that build and tune engines for Nascar, Bush ect..... and they are confident that with some more mods, they can easily pull more than forced induction for a fraction of the cost



Sorry, but there's no way you made 455 rwhp with an intake, headers, exhaust, and tune on an L99.

Their dyno is either wack, or they're playing games with you.

I think you're getting rwhp and fly wheel hp confused. Your car is making around 455 hp at the motor (not rwhp).
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Old 01-10-2010, 06:32 PM   #478
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All work done on my vehicle was done by guys that build and tune engines for Nascar, Bush ect..... and they are confident that with some more mods, they can easily pull more than forced induction for a fraction of the cost


CAN YOU PLEASE POST THEIR PHONE NUMBER AND THE TECHS NAME THAT DID THE WORK?



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Here is my phone number - 214-228-8782
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Old 01-10-2010, 08:36 PM   #479
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Old 01-10-2010, 09:30 PM   #480
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[QUOTE=GTAHVIT;1367301]Don't post personal information without the expressed permission of the parties involved.

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Old 01-11-2010, 02:03 PM   #481
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Which is exactly why i didnt post their information.
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Old 01-11-2010, 02:17 PM   #482
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Sorry, but there's no way you made 455 rwhp with an intake, headers, exhaust, and tune on an L99.

Their dyno is either wack, or they're playing games with you.

I think you're getting rwhp and fly wheel hp confused. Your car is making around 455 hp at the motor (not rwhp).
Alright man... i understand where your coming from, but at the same time your basically calling me a liar or that i dont know what im talking about. (ive been wrong more than ive been right in life, but im not a liar or trying to BS anyone on here as i use this sight a lot). Whenever you get RWHP you add around 19% to that to get your flywheel HP. (15 to 17% with a manual) The #'s i posted are all RWHP with an L99. Im sorry if you have put the money into your car and not pulling the same results, but i am. Again read my post in dept. I told you that after 7 pulls the Max was 455 and 450. If you know anything about tuning and dyno's you would know that your max is not really what your gonna hit on the street. Thats why i posted my average of 410 and 415 (around about because i dont have the sheets in front of me) which is about right with the mods i have and the tune. Also it is unsafe to up the redline in my vehicle like i did to pull that max. You will never get the max results i got from my mods and tune without uping the redline. I have the money to do whatever to my vehicle so it doesnt bother me to up the redline, where if i blow it..... i'll just buy an LS7 to drop in it (JK)

Anyways man i just want you to understand that im not BS you or anyone else. What benifit would i get from that being miles away and not able to put our vehicles on a track
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LOL... come on man i was in a hurry. Im on vacation!!

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