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xxiaze

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Lets see your setups and power ratings tq/hp and what setup. Trying to gauge the community of fiestas out there. What’s the mean average of FiSTs out there. What are you guys running?
 


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Stock Dyno was:
160whp/188tq
mustang Dyno
91 octane
4500' elevation.

As an aside, the "corrected" numbers were 160/222. There's just no air up here. Would have loved to see what it would have done at sea level with 93.
 


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xxiaze

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Stock Dyno was:
160whp/188tq
mustang Dyno
91 octane
4500' elevation.

As an aside, the "corrected" numbers were 160/222. There's just no air up here. Would have loved to see what it would have done at sea level with 93.
where are you being that high and no 93?
 


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where are you being that high and no 93?
Salt Lake area. The only place I know of that has higher than 91 is out at the Miller track though it goes by Utah Motorsports Campus or whatever now.

We also have zero e85 stations in the state, which is the real killer. Super shitty
 


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^^^In a lot of the areas of this land, buying a 'Flex Fuel' labeled vehicle was a REAL waste, considering the dearth of E85 stations in all but a few select areas. [:(] [mad]
 


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Those are solid numbers on stocker, who tuned you?
Dizzy custom tuned on E30.

My custom 93 numbers on vdyno were about 173whp/229wtq.

Again, these are on vdyno with the dynojet correction factor which this forum prefers, I used a smoothing of 6 which is a lower average. I'm wary of dynojet because they tend to read significantly higher.

I think compared to others, my car seems to make less power, but when comparing vdynos, who knows? The numbers put out are only as good as the data put in.
 


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Well back when it had 1,008 miles on it hit the dyno and got 183whp/220wtq bone stock.

Later on Stock turbo but full bolt-ons managed 218whp and 289wtq.

Even Later had 2554R (MRX):
Dynojet 93oct 280whp 298wtq
Dynojet E40 335whp 320wtq

Now a days running an 2860 turbo with port fueling and bolt-ons:
Dynojet 93oct 318whp 327wtq
Dynojet E50 357whp 327wtq
 


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