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267.4hp/232ft lb Auto 5.5 Gen

Old 03-12-2012, 08:27 PM
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267.4hp/252ft lb Auto 5.5 Gen

7k Rev limit 3.5 Maf over 3 inch 6650 Rev Limit
Peak Run
Untuned Vs. Initial UTEC Tune

Changes since the 267hp/252ft lb dynos are

Haltech
Level Ten Trans
Level Ten Torque Convertor
Level Ten Valve Body
75MM TB
4 Inch Maf is the newest addition
Attached Thumbnails 267.4hp/232ft lb  Auto 5.5 Gen-eelbow.jpg  

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Old 03-12-2012, 09:41 PM
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BRO!!! Yo stuff RUNS HARD!!!! Nice job!!
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NICE!

Top end gains look really good, but man that is a CRAPPY PIC.



So from the last run (262) you done the elbow port, 09 TB, and 3" testpipe? that was 267 now.
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3.5 inch maf
09tb
elbow
3inch test pipe
mounts

yeah peak carried to 267 and change. but from 5500 its picked up nicely up to about 14hp in higher revs. lost some on lowend but it flattened out the tq curve some. My ssim is opened up really well, and the new changes may have called for too much flow. may have them make another for the other elbow and change that on the dyno to see the difference if the porting helps, but im actually happy with how it sits for now. My main look was to get more on top as playing with the vmanage will dial in low and midrange. still on the lookout for a resonably priced used unit.
The next "great big" thing will be the addition of a vmanage, a 75 shot, then retuning for olf and calling it a day. think ive peaked with this motor setup, take some time to enjoy it, and get the minor maintenance issues corrected that have been niggling at me.

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Nice numbers..
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Old 03-13-2012, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Rods03Max619 View Post
Nice numbers..
thanks bro.
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Old 03-14-2012, 08:27 AM
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Nice numbers! Those are my next mods too, minus the t/b. I just need to find time to put everything on. In your pictures the dyno is so small....is that showing your new dyno compared to your last dyno? Do you have cams?
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Originally Posted by Cant_Get_Ryte View Post
thanks bro.
No problem, especially since I'm AT also, giving me hope, got any vids on youtube....
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Old 03-14-2012, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by cardana24 View Post
Nice numbers! Those are my next mods too, minus the t/b. I just need to find time to put everything on. In your pictures the dyno is so small....is that showing your new dyno compared to your last dyno? Do you have cams?
NO CAMS ;. Been contemplating it, think that with the air mods itll definitely be worthwhile now.
Didnt realize that the pic that I linked wasnt expanded. Ill put the bigger one up tonight. it came up to about 15hp from 5500-6500rpm. Kept the same shape of the curve all the way up top. Peak I only picked up 3 or 4 additional horses. Although i did have some lowend losses its not noticeable at all even with the high stall.
Going with an install of a v manage as soon as i can find one decently priced to see exactly how much more can be dialed in with that addition. as we know the ivt control will afford mid and lowrange adjustments which may make it worth it. Jime recommended it for a dd when i asked, so im on the hunt.
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No problem, especially since I'm AT also, giving me hope, got any vids on youtube....
i literally only have the first dyno on youtube lol. other than that i have a bunch of pictures lol, only in my links above.
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Old 03-14-2012, 06:25 PM
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wish u was on a dynojet tho!


DynoDynamics is 10-15 % lower then dynojet?????? Manny?


edit: it depends on factors entered into the dyno too? drag, weight, stuff like that?
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Gratz Doug, this si awesome.

I need to get off my asz and hit the rollers soon very soon too.

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wish u was on a dynojet tho!


DynoDynamics is 10-15 % lower then dynojet?????? Manny?


edit: it depends on factors entered into the dyno too? drag, weight, stuff like that?
Yessir!

But, either way, it was a solid gain for Doug.

I do think, at this power level, it's fitting to get it on a DJ so we can compare ... ahh, dynos. Yeah, Dynos.

Heck I'd even cover some of the costs because this would essentially show me the gains of the 09TB and other items add, as closely as humanly possible.


Holy hell, I've been out of town for a while, I got some catching up to do on the forums ...... whew!!!

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Old 03-15-2012, 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted by NmexMAX View Post
Gratz Doug, this si awesome.

I need to get off my asz and hit the rollers soon very soon too.

Heck I'd even cover some of the costs because this would essentially show me the gains of the 09TB and other items add, as closely as humanly possible.

Holy hell, I've been out of town for a while, I got some catching up to do on the forums ...... whew!!!
Yeah, I been waiting for your numbers for the longest.

09TB's are in like mad now. Everyone is doing them!

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wish u was on a dynojet tho!


DynoDynamics is 10-15 % lower then dynojet?????? Manny?


edit: it depends on factors entered into the dyno too? drag, weight, stuff like that?
If these are 10% lower then he would make 267 + 26 = 293 on a Dynojet??? I don't think so. Thats why I just go to the same dynojet all the time. So with these mustang, dynodynamics, etc. its possible to fake the dyno out and put in bogus factors and make the dyno look higher? You cant do what with a dynojet can you, it just is what it is right? Always wondered why all these other portable dyno types always lower and different. If they were all the same then everyone would be able to compare universally. For example I can go and download Surratt's runfile and put it on the same graph as my runfile and compare.......making everything all different complicates when you trying to compare. Even if dynojets read higher, everyone would be able to compare their high numbers.

Doug - There are no Dynojets around that way up there in MD??
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Old 03-16-2012, 02:33 PM
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These number are dynojet converted as were his last numbers.
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^ oh ok good to know
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Old 03-16-2012, 08:21 PM
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@javon issue is the shp tuning runs a dd, so i get mine on a dd.

@manny lls, still searching for a reasonably priced v manage to dial the low end bk in "/
Thats the plan at least
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DOUG - anyway you can make that pic of the graph bigger? Tried downloading it and zooming in and it just turns to squares......
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:42 AM
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bring it in and scan it tommorrow. lol. YOU ACTUALLY SAT UP AND LOOKED AT IT IN PERSON CONYO lol.
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bring it in and scan it tommorrow. lol. YOU ACTUALLY SAT UP AND LOOKED AT IT IN PERSON CONYO lol.
Lil half azz tiny dyno strainin my eyeballs!!!
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:10 AM
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Lil half azz tiny dyno strainin my eyeballs!!!
cant seem to shrink the file to fit in the parameters listed here. can email to someone if they can repost.
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Old 05-24-2012, 05:55 PM
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just want to make sure so the only thing different between the red and blue is tb or tb elbow and 3inch tp
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The elbow, test pipe, throttle body, bigger maf. 3.5 interior diameter over 3
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nice numbers! you should 6 spd swap it!
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Originally Posted by FastnFuriousMax View Post
nice numbers! you should 6 spd swap it!
i been tryna convince him...he has been talking about it if he can find a nice DD
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i been tryna convince him...he has been talking about it if he can find a nice DD
You can swap it in a weekend no problem. If you have a friend you could probably get it done in one day if you both know what you are doing...you get a boost in HP to the wheels, better mpg, and a faster trap by doing the swap. Also the car is alot more fun to drive...

I think I have my swap priced rather well...
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Originally Posted by FastnFuriousMax View Post
You can swap it in a weekend no problem. If you have a friend you could probably get it done in one day if you both know what you are doing...you get a boost in HP to the wheels, better mpg, and a faster trap by doing the swap. Also the car is alot more fun to drive...

I think I have my swap priced rather well...
Yea I kno...my last 5.5 was swapped
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Yea I kno...my last 5.5 was swapped
convince some locals to do the swap, they buy my swap, i'll give you a cut.
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LOL im plenty happy with my setup. After buying the level ten trans, convertor, and valve body, no need now lol.
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LOL im plenty happy with my setup. After buying the level ten trans, convertor, and valve body, no need now lol.
DAMN IT>>>
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DAMN IT>>>
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