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Old 06-18-2011, 11:48 AM   #1
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Default Dyno'd Tell me what you think?

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Roush M90, 2.55" pulley, 90mm idler, VMP 500hp tune. Dyno'd with a sniffer at Kurgan Motorsports.

They said with the 20" wheels that the reading looked about right. I was hoping for 430HP.
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:15 PM   #2
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looks good bro! Enjoy the new found power. I live very close to that shop but haven't been there. What are your thoughts about the place?
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Old 06-18-2011, 11:34 PM   #3
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Given all Dynos run different but those are about the same numbers I got on my custom tune but I also have a CAI, pretty good......enjoy.

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Old 06-19-2011, 12:11 PM   #4
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Seems to be a good shop, Bob was out of town, but I wasn't doing any tuning. His guys work on the cars and he races and tunes the cars. Lots of Stang's there, I also got to see the Coyote in the Fox body, that was pretty cool. Also had them install an A/F gauge while I was there.

They told me he could probably squeeze a little more out of the tune, but I'm happy where the numbers are.

Nice looking stang Louie, maybe we can hook up in G'ville sometime
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Old 06-19-2011, 12:25 PM   #5
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I say he can def get more power if that is the actual A/F line I'm seeing around 8:1, too rich
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the bottom line is the boost, the next line is the a/f which is right under 12.
i think the most important thing is that the tune is safe, and everything is working as it should.
those are some nice numbers.
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So Frank.... Are you running the factory rotating assembly and just added the M90? No upgrades to the crank, rods, etc?

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Those are great #'s congrats...
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Seems to be a good shop, Bob was out of town, but I wasn't doing any tuning. His guys work on the cars and he races and tunes the cars. Lots of Stang's there, I also got to see the Coyote in the Fox body, that was pretty cool. Also had them install an A/F gauge while I was there.

They told me he could probably squeeze a little more out of the tune, but I'm happy where the numbers are.

Nice looking stang Louie, maybe we can hook up in G'ville sometime
Bob will squeeze some more power out of her!!!! He tuned my car.
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So Frank.... Are you running the factory rotating assembly and just added the M90? No upgrades to the crank, rods, etc?

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