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The Mustang dyno will typically put out between 8 and 12 percent less horsepower than your average dynojet. But even within the same manufacturer, numbers can change as well, depending on the drum size and other conditions and whether or not the dyno shop/operator spent the time to set up the dyno correctly. Our dynojet we use is lower than a lot of other dynojets, and even with dynojets, if you dyno a rwhp car on an awd dynojet you will typically see a higher number than if it were done on a single roller dynojet.

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