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Sonic03inSC
03-18-2004, 01:35 PM
I have been wanting to get a dyno for some time now but today was the first chance I had.
Had a 20min drive to the dyno, let it sit for 15 minutes and cool down some. Temp outside was 65*
First run;
396.4 rwhp SAE
379.2 rwtq SAE
Second run 3min cool down;
399.1 rwhp SAE
380.3 rwtq SAE
My only mod is Bassani cat back,
So what do think? All opinions are welcome.
Link to dyno sheet

http://www.cardomain.com/member_pages/show_image.pl?migration=1&image=http://images.cardomain.com/member_images/2/web/230000-230999/230273_30_full.jpg

Firme
03-18-2004, 03:40 PM
Sounds like a healthy 03 to me :thumbsup: nice numbers..

let the (more) modding begin :woot:

Mirage
03-18-2004, 05:40 PM
Sonic03inSC~ Ahh the good ol' days. Here's my first dyno: :)

http://207.5.42.131/test/irdiscuss/images/dyno run.jpg

Mystic Cobra
03-18-2004, 08:09 PM
Wow those are pretty good numbers! Did you ever Dyno it stock? I curious what the cat back system did.

johnbasf
03-18-2004, 08:41 PM
Sonic03inSC~ Ahh the good ol' days. Here's my first dyno: :)

http://207.5.42.131/test/irdiscuss/images/dyno run.jpg

That is the wildest looking dyno chart I've ever seen. :eek:

Big Daddy
03-18-2004, 10:05 PM
That is a wild Dyno Chart it is also STD not SAE so it really isn't comparable to what most people post.

itsrlong
03-18-2004, 10:27 PM
Explain the difference between STD and SAE.... I thought the only differences were the the dynos themselves, like Dynojet or Mustang Dynos....

sonicblu
03-18-2004, 11:31 PM
I have a new 03 cobra. speaking of horse power,has anyone used a G-TECH performance meter on their COBRA to get HP #'s. Iwas also wondering when I would get my SVT paperwork.I bought my 03 new jan,22 2004.

Big Daddy
03-19-2004, 07:11 AM
Explain the difference between STD and SAE.... I thought the only differences were the the dynos themselves, like Dynojet or Mustang Dynos....

I'll do my best: STD does not correct for atmospheric conditions or altitude, which could give you different numbers based on how hot, high and humid it is at the dyno. SAE corrects for those and uses a base line. I'm not 100% sure of what that base line is though. I'm sure if Tom Crews reads this he can give a better explanation.