Part III of my Turbocharged Mustang build.

Discussion in 'Fox 5.0 Mustang Tech' started by Brads Coupe, Mar 29, 2006.


  1. Brads Coupe

    Brads Coupe Sweeeeet!!! Founding Member

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    If all goes as planned, I'm hitting the dyno tomorrow nite.
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    Atta boy, you show those new-fangled 4-bangers who's boss. Beat 'em at their own game!

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  3. FastDriver

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    What power output are you hoping to see?
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    Theoretically if I run 15psi it should double my NA HP which was 376HP, so 752HP. Take away 15% for drivetrain loss and you get 639rwhp.

    I would be happy with 600rwhp. This is on a Mustang Dyno.
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    You need to get a bigger turbo on there Brad :D
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    This setup looks better and better averytime I see it. :hail2: But, I do have a questions about the air intake filter. It seems a bit low. Is this a track only car? And if not, have you considered water getting in the intake on a rainy day?
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    The car never see's rain. Just a weekend cruiser :)
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    Lookin good... I'm not stopping 'till I have 1000 FWHP......I want to do a 427 out of a dart 9.5'' block, but I don't know if thats going to be too long of a stroke...and of course a T-76....


    What rpm are you seeing full boost with that "moderately sized" 67????
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    First question... I don't see a mass air metter between the air filter and bypass input so does that mean you are using a blow through mass air? If this is so why did you waste all the trouble recirculating the air?

    Second, Your HP estimation is a little off. On the dyno you had no accessories, long tube headers, no restrictive exhaust, no restrictive air filter. So I would think you would be pretty lucky if you got the 600rwhp. I am hoping you get it though :)
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    I guess about 605@the wheels.

    Oh, and the reason you can't see his mass air meter is because he has a standalone ;)
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    There is no MAF. I'm running a standalone system. I wasted no trouble with the bypass setup, the turbokit was designed that way, I chose the easy route instead of closing off lines and creating a setup for a BOV.

    So I'm running an ALT & a power steering pump, whats that 5-10HP.

    Last year I made 568rwhp on a Dynojet at 12psi. So roughly 500rwhp on Mustang Dyno. This was with a stock bottom end, stock TFS heads and Holley Intake.

    I've seen 20HP/psi gains, so add 60HP for that and easily 100HP more with the new 331 and you get 728rwhp on a dynojet or 634rwhp on a Mustang Dyno.

    But time will tell once I get a few bugs ironed out and hit the dyno.
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    What stand alone are you using? Trying to do some research on which is the best one. aem, fast, hypertech....anymore i should look into?
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    Just something else i thought of with the power u're looking to get....if u have 2 cars with the exact same tranny/accessory setup but one has a 250hp at the flywheel motor and another has your 6-700hp motor....if u give it the 15% drivetrain loss then u're saying that the more powerful motor uses more energy to spin the exact same components. So is it right to give it a straight 15% anyway? I would think it would be a loss less than what 15% is......thoughts? :shrug:
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    So I finally have some dyno numbers for the car. At 13.5lbs boost it made 556rwhp & 615ft/lbs TQ. We ran out of time to do a 15psi pull, the tires were getting so hot that they were starting to grease up.

    This on a Mustang Dyno, I plan on taking it to the other shop who has a Dynojet to make a few pulls there as well to see the difference. Roughly on a Dynojet it should make 628rwhp & 694ft/lbs TQ at the current settings.

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    S&B I hate my CT. :(

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    looks good brad :hail2:

    lets turn that boost up to 25 psi
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    This is strictly a street car, pump gas only :nice:
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    615 lbs at only 3700!!! Your going to need some massive slicks!!! LOL
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    Damn i've read every page in this thread! Very nice job and an awsome car and numbers! Whats the engine got you set back for (P.M Me i wont tell)? The place where you got the parts from do they sell 408 stroker kits? i went to there site and didnt see it. peace




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    Yes, absolutely. I suggest you call their 1-800 number.

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