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Old 07-14-13, 02:39 PM
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IL First Dyno run! VIDEO

OK well I have been a pretty active member on the forums for about 12 years and I did a solid year or two of pure research before joining and purchasing my FD. Recently there was a local dyno day fundraiser and for two basic runs the cost was $50. I couldn't pass up the chance and was curious to exactly how much power I was making.

The setup is pretty basic and I have run this setup for the better part of 10 years...Daily driving it more than not including FREQUENT 6hr+ drives to and from college.

SETUP:
~60K on Engine with coolant seal problem
Basic Streetport
Stock ECU
Stock Injectors
Profec EBC set at ~9psi
Stock Twins (ported wastegate)
DP, Resonated MP, RB Dual Catback
Custom Ebay SMIC with custom ducting
Custom Intakes (no proper ducting though)
Supra Fuel pump with rewire mod
Koyo Rad
Most all emissions crap removed with block off plates

That's about it as far as the power adders are concerned. I'm willing to entertain criticism as far as my setup is concerned as I know I'm borderline 'crazy' as to the rules of modding a FD but I have run this setup like I said for the better part of 10 years doing one mod at a time and EXTENSIVELY testing and monitoring water temps, oil press, oil temp, and BOOST.

Car made ~270whp/~235 torque on a Mustang Dyno. It was 80+ degrees out and fairly humid so I'm pretty happy with the outcome and thought I'd share.



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Old 07-14-13, 02:42 PM
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Forgot to add that I have had a bad Coolant o-ring for about 2 years that I finally want to tackle. The car is now undergoing a rebuild but it shouldn't be too bad considering the car ran like this until I decided to put her under the knife. I'm assuming most should be re-usable. Cheers

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good #s, car looks nice.
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Looks good, I'm going for similar bolt on except the PFC and stock port motor.
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Good numbers, should be a blast on the street. Where in the NW burbs are you? I never see any FD's around here!
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Thanks guys....all chi-town btw...Good ****....and I'm in Mt. Prospect but used to drive the car to work all the time out in Wheaton then Glen Ellyn then Glendale Heights and most recently Schaumburg so you've probably seen me on the road at one point or another over the past 10 years.
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