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Thread: First Dyno Run

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    I just did my first Dyno run. She has 75k miles and just pulled a baseline 289.7 at the wheels. Before any tuning. She was running a little lean. This is with an Aftermarket exhaust and intake... x pipe and back anyways... I'll post my final numbers when I get them... anyone else have some baseline numbers to compare with?

    Also I have run a 12.9 with her and that was before new tires

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    What kind of exhaust and intake?

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    I'm not sure. I can't see any name on the exhaust. And I will have to check the intake... I just Dyno tuned her. Now she's running with 314.5 hp and 320 lb/ft (up from about 280ish) you can feel the extra power for sure, especially top end. But I ran the 12.9 with old tires and the old 289.7 hp with 40 less pounds of torque, so I plan on running a 12.5 next time. The tires made an obvious difference. No more spinning through slamming second, she just squats and runs now. I wouldn't think the exhaust is a low end brand because I just bought the same Michelin pilot sport a s plus ZP that were on it and cost around 1500 total for everything including warranty. If they paid that for tires I don't see them cheaping out on oil changes or smaller upgrades. I would assume since they bought the best tires then whoever had her before me took awesome care of her in every way.

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    may have missed it but manual or auto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baxsom View Post
    may have missed it but manual or auto?
    Manual

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