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Old 01-11-2010, 06:20 PM   #1
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Hey can any of you guys help me out and post or link a dyno sheet of a bone stock 2.3L with manual trans? Thanks fellas!
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Old 01-20-2010, 10:05 PM   #2
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Thanks man. That's what I needed to see.
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mine made 140hp 142tq 2.3l 5 speed 93 octane with a catback exhaust and timing advance
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and you're running 93 octane cause?
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Only reason I could think of is "timing advance". If he's tuned for it. Though I'm not sure why he bumped an 2 year old thread?
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advancing the timing 4 degrees doesn't need higher octane. I bored out my bracket another 4 degrees for 8 total and didn't have knock with 87
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mine made 140hp 142tq 2.3l 5 speed 93 octane with a catback exhaust and timing advance
This is a serious apples-to-oranges comparison. Every single dyno, not just "dynojet v. mustang" or whatever logic people seem to cling onto, is calibrated differently, this the results are not for comparison between cars. The only purpose of a dyno is to find the change in power from modifications on the same car.
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