: My Dyno Results



cbloveday
11-13-09, 03:07 PM
I thought I would post my dyno results for feedback

Mods:

K&N Filter
Lingenfelter SC Upgrade (tune, pulley, Airbox Mod, Snout ported and polished)
Corsa Sport Mufflers

The dyno was a mustang and my understanding is it is traditionally 10% low.
If this is true then I figure about 531 rwhp and 517 max torque.

While we always hope for more, I guess this is ok for my DD.

Thoughts?

http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/th_CloveDyno1.jpg (http://s183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/?action=view&current=CloveDyno1.jpg)


http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/th_CloveDynodata.jpg (http://s183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/?action=view&current=CloveDynodata.jpg)

Vrocks
11-13-09, 03:41 PM
I think the dyno is mostly good for tuning (what were the boost, af ratio and timing numbers - your images came up in a very low resolution). The only real way to compare is to have a baseline or against another V. Had it put 531 to the ground that would be great for those mods (around 625 at the crank).

I'd probably try to find another (non-mustang) dyno.

The only other thing I can think of is that the ECM isn't right. I have a 9" crank pulley, which is comparable to the LPE snout pulley. The car did two pulls on the stock tune, one hot and one cool (around 180F). The hot pull put 466 to the wheels and the cool pull put 501 - the AF ratio was the main difference between the two (timing was 22btdc, boost was 10.24lbs, torque was 524ft-lbs). To get more rwhp I need Jesse's tune to remove some torque control for the auto trans, pull timing (hurts pwr), and control the AF ratio to around 11 - 11.3

cbloveday
11-13-09, 03:52 PM
I think the dyno is mostly good for tuning (what were the boost, af ratio and timing numbers - your images came up in a very low resolution). The only real way to compare is to have a baseline or against another V. Had it put 531 to the ground that would be great for those mods (around 625 at the crank).

I'd probably try to find another (non-mustang) dyno.

The only other thing I can think of is that the ECM isn't right. I have a 9" crank pulley, which is comparable to the LPE snout pulley. The car did two pulls on the stock tune, one hot and one cool (around 180F). The hot pull put 466 to the wheels and the cool pull put 501 - the AF ratio was the main difference between the two (timing was 22btdc, boost was 10.24lbs, torque was 524ft-lbs). To get more rwhp I need Jesse's tune to remove some torque control for the auto trans, pull timing (hurts pwr), and control the AF ratio to around 11 - 11.3


Thanks big guy. I appreciate the imput. I'll get over to Jess place when I have time for a road trip. Today i just had some time to kill and thought I'd strap the car just for shits and giggles. My cars always disappoint me on the dyno. I know Jess will get it right.

gnxs
11-13-09, 04:27 PM
Thanks big guy. I appreciate the imput. I'll get over to Jess place when I have time for a road trip. Today i just had some time to kill and thought I'd strap the car just for shits and giggles. My cars always disappoint me on the dyno. I know Jess will get it right.
Go to a Dynojet and your numbers won't disappoint you as much (or at all). ;)

I'm in the SW Burbs' and can recommend a few local shops that'll get you some solid numbers (if you want to use a Dynojet to compare since the majority of people seem to get Dynojet numbers) at a reasonable price. And as was mentioned already, get to Jess and in no time at all he'll have you getting all the hp out of it that it should produce. :thumbsup:

These dyno posts I've been seeing lately are getting me curious as to what my car makes (similar mods to yours).

EDIT: I see the place you went to is in St. Charles. One of the guys I would recommend is also in that town. PM me if you want any additional info. Maybe he'll give us a two car discount. :)

musclesbmf
11-15-09, 09:29 PM
From the looks of it, your A/F is way of... way too rich. Looks like it said 10.5 or something. Needs to be 11.6 - 11.8. That alone will net you some nice gains. And you have to remember, dyno's are like tuning forks... you get the right sound from it, but you're not going to play a concert with them. Get the car to the track and see what the trap speed is to determine the real world power numbers.
Comparing dyno runs from one dyno to another, or one car to another is worthless because there are so many variables. But anyways, I digress.

Mark

cbloveday
11-20-09, 06:44 AM
Here are my Dynojet numbers from last night.
Thanks GNXS for hooking me up with Hans @ Deans Performance.
I need to get ahold of Jesse for a handheld with some tunes and then
fine tune the AF.

The mods

LINGENFELTER
LSA Supercharger Pulley Upgrade
- 2.55 inch diameter steel supercharger drive pulley
- 8 rib serpentine belt
- Lingenfelter LS9 solid supercharger isolator coupling
- Port and polish supercharger snout
- Lingenfelter air intake duct
- 12 - 13 psi
- PCM tuning
- K&N Air Filter
- Corsa Sport Exhaust


conditions:
74 degrees F
29.31 in-Hg
Humidity 18%
SAE 1.00


http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/deansSTD.jpg



http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x99/cbloveday_bucket/deansuncorrected.jpg

neuronbob
11-20-09, 09:57 AM
That's more like it. Thanks for sharing.