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Old 11-09-2012, 09:06 AM
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Just got back from the dyno... Stock - Diablo 93oct tune - Custom tune

Just got back from Brian(lxmodguy) performing a custom tune on a Mustang Dyno:

Lowest stock
Middle 93 cai
Top custom tune set at 12.3 w minor tweaks

Tq 385 stock, 401 diablo, 415 custom
Hp 377 stock, 371 diablo, 394 custom

Numbers on a md250 mustang dyno
79 degrees 81 humidity

Engine Mods: LMI True CAI and a ported TB done by Brian(lxmodguy)


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Impressive gains! I wonder why you lost HP with the base diablo tune.
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is this a 392? stock numbers seam a little low for a 392?

the gain from tune is great!
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Originally Posted by Go Goody View Post
Impressive gains! I wonder why you lost HP with the base diablo tune.
I'm wondering the same... but those tq gains are impressive!!

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is this a 392? stock numbers seam a little low for a 392?

the gain from tune is great!
I think so judging by the sig pic. Could it be from the Mustang dyno??
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Not from a Mustang dyno. Some other 392 charger got a custom tune the other day and his best was 398TQ and 381HP and on a cooler day. This is why I did a base so that there were no discounting the results. Only mods I have is an LMI True CAI, 85mm TB with TQ verter an valve body.

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Good numbers!

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I thought you couldn't get a custom tune yet
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Not from a Mustang dyno. Some other 392 charger got a custom tune the other day and his best was 398TQ and 381HP and on a cooler day. This is why I did a base so that there were no discounting the results. Only mods I have is an LMI True CAI, 85mm TB with TQ verter an valve body.

I wonder if the charger has a higher drive train loss than the challengers. I think the challengers on average are putting down close to 400/400 stock. I know there are differences between dynos and even same dyno type different shops. anyways, great you got a baseline to show the very nice gains.

great work.
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Brian's dyno reads super low.

nothing wrong with that at all.

i've rolled Brian's dyno before - it reads pretty low, but i'm not sure if he's using the same one.

20hp and 30ftlbs must be nice though....
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Agreed. Brian even told me that don't expect to dazzle folks with your dyno numbers, but to instead get a base, 93oct and custom tune to show the difference.
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