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      03-05-2013, 11:29 AM   #23
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If they will not let you run the test yourself make a block to keep the car out of kick down at WOT. It will screw the test up if you can't get 100% throttle at WOT without hitting kick down.

I think with a normal spread between a Mustang (lower) & Dynojet (higher) you have more power to be had for your baseline. I would be looking for 295whp peak & 340ftlb starting at 3K RPM.
Sounds like a good idea. Thanks.
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in for updates, got new dynos OP? so the simota does give you gains over stock? i wish there was a dyno comparing simota/dci
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in for updates, got new dynos OP? so the simota does give you gains over stock? i wish there was a dyno comparing simota/dci
No new dyno runs, but the car now has Cobb Stage 2+, FMIC and cat-less DP's (will be removing them though, car is too loud and sounds like a tractor).

Yes, the Simota intake provided noticeable AND dyno proven gains throughout the rev band. Not just "peak" HP, but also an increased area under the curve.
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Very nice numbers, but I wonder if you activated the overboost function? I thought 335is was supposed to achieve 371 ft-lb torque for 10 seconds or so.
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Very nice numbers, but I wonder if you activated the overboost function? I thought 335is was supposed to achieve 371 ft-lb torque for 10 seconds or so.
Correct, it was noted earlier the dyno operator did not activate the overboost function. Either way, I was happy with the baseline dyno results!
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No new dyno runs, but the car now has Cobb Stage 2+, FMIC and cat-less DP's (will be removing them though, car is too loud and sounds like a tractor).

Yes, the Simota intake provided noticeable AND dyno proven gains throughout the rev band. Not just "peak" HP, but also an increased area under the curve.
excellent news as i just pulled the trigger on a new one for $250!! the looks is what drew me the gains are extra, time to drop the DCI
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