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Old 09-05-2014, 04:44 PM   #1
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Default MSM stock motor/turbo setup/gen 1 pnp/rx8 440s/big front mount, 2.5 inch DP

Figured I throw this up in is section as well, msm swap with injectors, gen 1 pnp, evo 8 FMIC, Protuning lab 2.5 inch downpipe and stock MSM catback with muffler delete. 12psi produced this.(red line)



Super conservative timing as well. This is on pump gas
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what dyno? never mind i see dynojet....
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Love the comparison to the MS'd 1.6. And that's 10hp over stock, at the wheels!!
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dat torque

this is one of the better simply bolt on msm setups I've seen
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Damn, more info on turbo etc? Can't be stock.
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Stock msm turbo/manifold/o2 housing.
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Must be a miracle motor then. I have same relative setup and make the same power with way more aggressive timing, full exhaust and 13psi. Or my tune is just ****...LOL I'm jelly...
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you are on a much lower reading mustang dyno though arent you?
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you are on a much lower reading mustang dyno though arent you?
Exactly what 18psi said! He's on a dyno jet they read pretty high .. Mustang dynos read low they put a road load on cars... I read that the dyno jets read anywhere from 10-15% over a mustang dyno. And In my case the local mustang dyno reads 20 % lower than compareable mustang dyno's..
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lol

Its easy to get carried away with the whole "mustang vs jet" argument. And a lot of shops make me laugh cause they always claim to have the lowest reading mustang dyno in existence. If you follow their logic/claims, you would have believe their dyno is set up to read 40% lower than a dynojet. Which is hilarious.

But the fact does remain: mustang often tends to read lower, so I wouldn't be surprised if the two cars discussed here are within 10-15hp of one another.




On a different note:
OP, is this thing still on the stock MSM clutch?

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Its easy to get carried away with the whole "mustang vs jet" argument. And a lot of shops make me laugh cause they always claim to have the lowest reading mustang dyno in existence. If you follow their logic/claims, you would have believe their dyno is set up to read 40% lower than a dynojet. Which is hilarious.

But the fact does remain: mustang often tends to read lower, so I wouldn't be surprised if the two cars discussed here are within 10-15hp of one another.


very true!! i donít think any one purposely set their dyno up to read low. but there are a lot of factors that cause them to read differently we have even seen with his dyno a 5% drop between shop locations... he thought this was due to the Utility ( power supply) either way a dyno's not a dick measuring device just a tool for tuning.
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The car has an FM clutch in it currently. The plan is to do rods next year and then add the timing back in and see what she will do on the stock turbo at say 14psi with perhaps a better downpipe back exhaust as well
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