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I gotta say its a little generous.. Nice car though! ;)
 

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Good numbers ... Congrats!
 

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those numbers seem alittle high to me. Nice tune tho, was it on a dynojet?
 

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Good #'s.
 

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Dyno Jets are getting very generous these days lol
 

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How much it should have put down if the number i got is too high?
you should be around 300-310 whp with the mods you have. Who knows tho, you may have yourself a strong motor.
 

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The guy that dyno my car was surprised how much HP it put down because I have 110k miles on the mustang.
 

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I thought the numbers were high because a lack of correction factor, but they're not STD numbers so that isn't it.......

For what its worth, the guy running the dyno when I had my '95 Cobra running on it was pretty surprised at my 275/305 numbers with 215,000 miles. I do have work done to the factory heads and factory intake though so don't get carried away thinking those are stock numbers lol
 

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Edit: I read your dyno graph incorrectly. AFR looks fine for an NA car.
 

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regardless of the situation man.. NICE numbers. My 03 isn't pulling much harder than your 99
 

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that a/f is lean, 14.x is way too high

I recently had a customer with a 03 4v (mach) get his car tuned on a Mustang Dyno, it made 324/332. Mustang Dynos are supposed to read very low...right? Well on the dynojet it made 321/324 and on another dynojet the numbers were 331/335. All were SAE factored.
 

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that a/f is lean, 14.x is way too high

I recently had a customer with a 03 4v (mach) get his car tuned on a Mustang Dyno, it made 324/332. Mustang Dynos are supposed to read very low...right? Well on the dynojet it made 321/324 and on another dynojet the numbers were 331/335. All were SAE factored.
You fail at reading it correctly, lmfao! Read it again... AFR is right where it should be. Between 12.0 and 13.0 the whole way.
 

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You fail at reading it correctly, lmfao! Read it again... AFR is right where it should be. Between 12.0 and 13.0 the whole way.
lmao...moron. I didn't see the numbers on the left. Actually, we were both wrong, it's fat as hell for an n/a combo.

 

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Yeah, it is rich... Agreed...
 
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