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post #1 of 10 Old 06-17-2007, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
 
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So I dyno'd my 95...

It made a whopping 125.59 rwhp and 187 lb ft. It is the strangest dyno curve I have ever seen. The HP curve is almost linear but the torque curve starts high, peaking at 3,000 rpms, and slowly drops off.

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post #2 of 10 Old 06-17-2007, 07:06 PM
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is this bone stock?

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Interesting. I always wondered what one would make. I'm also assuming stock.
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do you have a sheet?

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Its a 5-spd and about 98.2% stock. It has a Bassani cat-back, otherwise stock with 133,000 miles. I'll ty to scan in the graph.
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Its a 5-spd and about 98.2% stock. It has a Bassani cat-back, otherwise stock with 133,000 miles. I'll ty to scan in the graph.

thats just the way the 3.8s are , its normal , get a K&N filter , underdrive pulleys and a better flowing midpipe and you should be up in the 135-145 rwhp range pretty quickly .....get a chip for it and it should push you over 150rwhp .....My cousin has a 98 model that we have been working on that started out running 10.8 at 65mph in the eighth stock , that has now run a best of 10.1 on a 2.4 60ft at 72mph from K&N, gutting 2 of the 4 converters , flowmaster catback , underdrive pulleys , and a tune on it .....its getting ready for a supercoupe supercharger on it .....
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Sounds about right. The guys at 3.8mustang always said the single ports dyno in the 120's with the stick, and 110's with auto.

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thanks for the stock dyno i just did mine and did 227 whp and 279tq on a mustang dyno .dyno jet would have been around 250 and 303 .what was yours dynod on ?
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That's not bad for just a catback.


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