Thats what I thought but I compared to data online with other mustang dyno runs and the numbers are correct. They are usually 13% in power difference lower for the Mustang. If you search online you can see this. People have tried both dynos same day and power difference are around 13% and some even up to 18% depending on the Dyno age etc.
here is an example around 14% difference
Car runs great and Scott from ROE says numbers are good for Mustang Dyno. Curve is also nice so don't see an issue. On a side note the hood was open, I should of closed it to allow cooler air into air damn probably would be a bit higher also.
Anyone else have a roe with 5pound pulley dyno they can post on a mustang or dynojet without meth injection?
Originally Posted by 99RT10>S
Those numbers don't seem right. And the Mustang is lower by 5-8%, not 15%