I'd like to know your secret...I can keep it to the grave too. PM me!!!Yup, all that on a 3071 and 630's, and I'll tell you a secret if you can keep it hush-hush... It'll still put down more power , and I'm not lacking fuel. I haven't even touched the cam gear for tuning, it's still sitting at 0 degrees. I am running a Bosch 3bar.
Thanks everyone for the kind words.
Thanks Marc, but I think its time to tone it down a bit, it's ridiculous. The 500whp is there bro, unfortunately it's just not practical. The car breaks traction when I don't want it to, resulting so far in 3 broken axles and that's without dumping it. I'm looking at picking up a smaller FMIC, smaller turbine a/r, etc. in order to tone it down. I like the car alot, but I'd sell it tomorrow for the right price. I don't think it'll ever see another dyno. Anyways, thanks for the kind words and thanks for passing your knowledge on to me whenever I asked. :salute: You da man.Those are good numbers for sure, would be nice to have another dyno read your car to compare. Also did you ever go to the track to see what times time it pulls since that says alot. We made 425WHP stock small port, no cams etc managed 12.4 114mph so you should be in that range and 117-118mph.
It's about time some of you start using Eurodyne ive been saying for the longest time no one listened lol now with Maestro no reason to use anything else out there for big power.
on mustang dyno 3bar 30psi 425whp was as much safe fuel limit i could do.
congrats but get a 1/4 mile time that will tell the power you make since we all know the storys about mobile dynos.
Good luck and way to do it with a wagon also :thumbup: