Interesting Dyno Numbers - Stock comparisons with free mods

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  1. Matt94GT

    Matt94GT Legend SN95 Supporter Retired Staff

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    All tests are on a foxbody stock 5.0L.

    Short Belt:
    Stock @ 2500rpm 117hp/245tq
    Short Belt @ 2500rpm 118/247tq
    Stock @ 4000rpm 195/256
    Short Belt @ 4000rpm 197/258
    Stock @ 5000rpm 203/213
    Short Belt @ 5000rpm 208/218
    Stock @ 5800 163/148
    Short Belt @ 5800 168/162

    Remove Accessory Belt:
    Stock @ 2500rpm 117hp/245tq
    Remove @ 2500rpm 118/249tq
    Stock @ 4000rpm 195/256
    Remove @ 4000rpm 202/265
    Stock @ 5000rpm 203/213
    Remove @ 5000rpm 217/228
    Stock @ 5800rpm 163/148
    Remove @ 5800rpm 182/165

    Timing advance from 10* to 15*
    @ 2500rpm stock = 117/245
    @ 2500rpm bumped = 118/249
    @ 4000rpm stock = 190/250
    @ 4000rpm bumped = 195/256
    @ 5000rpm stock = 197/207
    @ 5000rpm bumped = 203/213
    @ 5800rpm stock = 156/141
    @ 5800rpm bumped = 163/148

    Ice Intake (this one suprised me) (with flowmasters)
    @ 2500rpm stock = 118/249
    @ 2500rpm bumped = 128/269
    @ 4000rpm stock = 202/265
    @ 4000rpm bumped = 211/277
    @ 5000rpm stock = 217/228
    @ 5000rpm bumped = 223/234
    @ 5800rpm stock = 182/165
    @ 5800rpm bumped = 185/167

    All stock car with flowmasters, modified it added quite a bit more.

    Synthetic Lubricants added 2hp and 4-5tq.
    Removed Air Silencer added 2hp/4tq @ 2500rpm and @ 4800rpm 6hp/8tq
    Underdrive Pulleys added 2hp/4tq @ 2500rpm and @ 4800rpm 8hp/9tq

    Then there are MAFs, Intakes, Exhaust, TBs, Blowers, Cams etc. They all have full dyno numbers from 2500-5800/6000rpm but I just shortend them to make it easier.
     
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    Re: Interesting Dyno Numbers

    No surprise to me on the ice intake.
     
  3. Lightning Struck

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    yep if it can cut a few tenths off of your et, then you know its going to be worth a fair amount of extra ponies.
     
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    alot of help with ice good thing to have when you go to the track
     
  5. Matt94GT

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    yea I saw ppl do it I never knew it made that BIG of a diffrence tho, thats impressive and on a stock 5.0
     
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    Re: Interesting Dyno Numbers

    THOSE ARE GREAT NUMBERS ON A STOCK 5.0
     
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    Re: Interesting Dyno Numbers

    It had flowmasters and possibly headers.
     
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    Re: Interesting Dyno Numbers

    STILL THAT IS PRETTY GOOD
     
  9. Lightning Struck

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    Better than average Id say
     
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    When I was racing my car I had an ice can that the fuel lines ran through, and I used to ice down my intake before every run. It made a big difference on hot days.
     
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    what about with all the mods together? :eek:
     
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    thats the joy of nitrous.it makes as really good aftercooler.