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Old 07-31-2005, 03:54 AM   #1
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My local Grand Prix club had a dyno day today and I decided the get a baseline dyno on my SSEi. All stock except for the Intense FWI I installed yesterday. My results were pretty good considering it was 85* with somewhat humid temps:

Run 1: 201.2 whp / 218ft lbs (Air Fuel Ratio 11.7)
Run 2: 201.6 whp / 220ft lbs (Air Fuel Ratio 11.

The power and torque curves were very nice and smooth. This car runs better than my GTP. :(
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where did you all go to dyno?
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What kind of dyno? Are those numbers SAE corrected? Has anyone else dyno'd their cars? Those look like really decent numbers to me, but I am not sure what the L67'* usually put to the ground...
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alot better than my baseline dyno on my SE.......
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What kind of dyno? Are those numbers SAE corrected? Has anyone else dyno'd their cars? Those look like really decent numbers to me, but I am not sure what the L67'* usually put to the ground...
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From what Rogue or BadSSEi was telling me from Bfest, those numbers are pretty accurate. My car is a 96 SSEi and they were saying a nromal is around 190whp
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sounds like a mustang dyno...
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where did you all go to dyno?
The place is Dyno Pro Performance in Fox River Grove, IL. The owner'* name is CJ Pappas. His number is 847-208-6801 for those interested. Very knowledgeable about L67s and LS1s.

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Those look like really decent numbers to me, but I am not sure what the L67'* usually put to the ground...
From what I understand, from the GTP world...a stock GTP will dyno around 195-200whp and 215-220ftlbs.

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It was a Dynajet dyno. Here'* a link to the printout...should answer everyone else'* questions :
http://tg.dnsalias.com/sseibaselinedyno.jpg
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i will call them in the morning. i need to get mine up on the computer
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Typical stock L67 will dyno around 191-196, the FWI apparantly was good for another 5 or so. Great Job!
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With all of the questions about how much hp do I get when ..... or should I do xxxxx, a great database for the L67 showing the progression of mods would look something like:

Horsepower Torque

1. Stock
2. FWI
3. 3.4"
4. 180 degree thermostat
5. 1.9" rockers
6. headers
7. 3.25"
8. PCM
This way, people could see the increase in horsepower and torque resulting from each of the above steps and in the order shown.
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