Its in the article... no need to estimate at all..Aquineas said:I wouldn't mind seeing the actual peak TQ number as it stands right now. The dyno printout in the article let's you kinda estimate, but the graph isn't delineated to a fine enough degree to see the exact number. Also, are you getting the "crackle" on your Mossy exhaust?
It's on my list of mods, but my one reservation is that sound.
Yes, I saw those dyno numbers in the article, but I was kinda hoping to see the dyno numbers on the R&D dyno. The Mustang dyno numbers translate to anywhere between 285 and 297hp at the crank (15%-20% driveline loss), which seems a tad high based on the mods. I'm asking because my plan now for mods is Frankencar Intake, Mossy Exhaust, and UDP (whenever Nissan gets around to building my ordered 5spd) Just wondering what range I can realistically expect.myoung said:Its in the article... no need to estimate at all..
With the stock exhaust we topped out at 227.7 hp and 236.1 tq; this seemed a little optimistic but we were starting with a different type of dyno here. We bolted on the Mossy exhaust and the power output jumped to a peek of 248.1 and 258.8 for a 20.4 hp and 22.7 tq gain
Crackle? what do you mean by crackle sound?
We'll post the latest dyno figures from R & D’s dyno in March's article.Aquineas said:
It was a good question that we felt deserved some clarification on our part.Aquineas said:Hey guys, thanks for the timely update on the dyno #s. I don't suppose you have any pull with the Nissan factory to encourage them to build my car sooner do ya'?
Nah, I didn't think so.