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Old 11-27-2008, 08:40 PM   #1
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Dyno'd the SVT, no sheet up yet though

I dyno'd my SVT yesterday the 26. It totally blew me away. I was expecting like between 130-140 hp and roughly the same torque wise, but nope. hahaha it was great, anyway heres what i put down, i would put up s sheet but i have no scanner, anyone got a scanner and want to scan it in for me....

A/F ran roughly 13:1 during all three pulls, i was told that was good but the guy runnin the dyno, maybe others don't think so, so let me know.

150.96 Hp @ 6,400 RPM give or take
156.** Tq @ * RPM forgot that number, and the sheet is in my backpack

Anyway i was thrown away, probably expected numbers to most but not to me. Mods list is the signature.

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Old 11-27-2008, 08:43 PM   #2
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What kind of dyno was it?

That is some good numbers. Torque is way up there for some reason. I am used to seeing it lower then the hp.
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Old 11-27-2008, 08:46 PM   #3
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wow that TQ number is kind of high
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Winpep i believe was at the top of the dyno sheet, the torque number was a 4th gear pull....the two other 3rd gear pulls were i believe, even with the hp...

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me thinks the torque is very wierd! stock at the crank the numbers are 170 and 150 i think
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Well I thought maybe the dyno could read a little high on the torque cause I know some dynos can read lower and higher. I have never heard of Winpep though, so I know nothing about that.
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^pfft. haha

I think its more like 145

but damn Im jealous...maybe its a factory freak
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^claimed by Ford the stock hp and tq at the crank was 170bhp and 145 ft lbs of tq.

I agree with everyone else, your tq seems way too high. It should be ~129-133 ft lbs.

FWD vehicles usually have around a 15% drivetrain loss from the crank to the wheels.

Winpep is just the name of the program on the computer that Dynojet uses to display the dyno results. http://www.dynojet.com/downloads/software.aspx
so.. it was a Dynojet...
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I found the problem guys..... I will try to take a picture of it to show you guys. What it was, was the rain on my tires, they slipped a bit and sent torque that high, Now that i have actually looked in depth at the dyno sheet, i can't see an actually torque number, my tires spun on all runs....

sorry for the mix up guys....

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It appears to be right where Speed said it would be but no actual numbers to back it up.

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