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Old 01-17-2017, 04:19 AM   #201
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Re: What to do to get 300 rwhp on a Mach 1

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Finally went to a dyno day.

322.5 HP and 349.5 T

Mods are: Magna flow catted x-pipe and cat-back with magnapacks. JLT air intake pipe, Spectre air filter (the biggest one I could find that fits).

DiabloSport Predator tune.

That's a pretty generous dyno.
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Old 01-17-2017, 05:28 PM   #202
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Re: What to do to get 300 rwhp on a Mach 1

It's from a 2016 DynoCom 6000. Not sure what you mean by generous. Is there something wrong with a DynoCom dyno?
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Old 01-18-2017, 05:26 AM   #203
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Re: What to do to get 300 rwhp on a Mach 1

I'm just saying with those simple mods your dyno numbers should be right around 300rwhp/310rwtq. If you had long tube headers I could see the 322rwhp. The 349rwtq is whacky.
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I'm just saying with those simple mods your dyno numbers should be right around 300rwhp/310rwtq. If you had long tube headers I could see the 322rwhp. The 349rwtq is whacky.
You see the dyno report right?

It was the best of 4 pulls. HP varied from 320, 318, 312. T stayed above 340. The best was the second pull.

Perhaps you're mistaken. I've noticed folks are quick to right off the Predator, and admit they're a pain to work with, but the results speak for themselves. I was actually hoping for better HP, but it's just a number, the car is quick.
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Old 01-19-2017, 02:19 AM   #205
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Re: What to do to get 300 rwhp on a Mach 1

A bone stock Mach is 280rwhp at best in stock form. You're not gonna get over 40rwhp from a midpipe, catback and tune. You can get a dyno to spit out whatever numbers you want depending on how it's setup. It's just whack numbers, but whatever.
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