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Old 11-05-2003, 11:53 PM   #1
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Whats up Fellas just figured I would share some Info on the car.

With the air filter out and a 180 Stat. the car made

185 HP @ 5500
275 TQ @4700

The air fuel was about 12.8:1 acroos the board then it leaned out up top to 13:1

Im not sure what I want to do yet. I was gonna go straight to the turbo, but I think I might just get a pully, chop the cat and do a cold air kit. The guy that Runs the Dyno Ports heads...he just started porting blowers for Ford SVT cars and trucks. He is porting a blower for a 98 GTP. I will let you guys know how the GTP blower porting goes, I am gonna try and get some pics of the blower. Do any of you guys have Dyno numbers?

What do ya think of my Dyno numbers?
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Great torque values, the HP drop is to be expected, all in all very well done, the trannies on SC'd Bonnes lose about 20% from the crank to the ground, so decent numbers.

Now let the modding begin
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Are those #'* at the flywheel or the ground? IF they are at the ground that toque # is astounding. 275 lb ft is what your car was rated at atthe flywheel from the factory. I am guessing your #'* are at the ground going by the hp # of 185 as that is 40 hp (21%) less than the hp at the flywheel # from the factory (225 hp).
Let us know if those are flywheel or at the ground.
Either way it'* cool to see #'* as we don't get these often enough around here -helps to set standards and goals.

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Most numbers you'll see off dynos is at the wheels. Most torque numbers produced by GM are underrated. I'm not surprised at all. Very impressive.
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Yea,
The Numbers are ground HP. I know the local Dyno guy Very well. 20 bucks for 3 pulls. I was also impressed with the TQ. Thier was a guy their that runs a Ford Super Coupe he **** when he saw the TQ

I blower was realy makin some noise when I took off the Air box and filter
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Nice numbers. Could you post the dyno chart itself, I just wanna see how the powerband goes.
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OOO Nice TQ numbers.... I've heard that porting these blowers doesn't do much.
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According to Eaton/Magnusson, porting the blower won't gain you anything. The rotors will only move a certain amount of air per stroke. As long as the outlet of the SC is big enough for this (and it is), no porting is necessary.
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Ill try to get the Sheet up on here. I guess we will toss the Porting Idea. He said he would port it for free. Maybe I could do a before after. I really just want to slap on the turbo!
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