Today this super clean 1985 Ford Mustang GT came to us for a baseline dyno run; just to see what kind of power it was making. Its a one owner car that has had several mods done over the years but still wears the original paint; except for the custom cowl induction hood.
At just above 4800 RPM on the full throttle pull; the engine was getting starved for fuel. It is now getting an upgraded Bosch fuel pump and a programmable MSD ignition controller so we can squeeze even more ponies out.
We have this 2000 Mustang GT here for some tuning after getting an upgrade from the conservative factory setup. The car now sports a TrickFlow throttle body, K&N cold air intake, and is equipped with an SCT tuner to calibrate the car for the new values.
We have this Camaro; which is in the middle of restoration for the installation of of Dakota Digital gauges. These are the style that have an analog gauge face for the classic look. Here you can see the module that controls all the gauges; and since this is in a restoration state we are simply running all new wiring for the kit.
We received a call from a customer who had just installed a newly built big block engine in their hot rod; but experienced constant backfiring and the car just wouldn’t rev. Inspection found that several timing related components were far off from where they should have been; resulting in a significant loss of power. Set everything up properly and the car now does 400 horsepower dyno pulls all day.
You know we use our dyno here for performance tuning; but did you know we also will perform dyno pulls if you’ve built your own car and just want to see what it does for power and torque? If your vehicle has a wideband; we can also monitor the AFRs as well. Its a great opportunity to This 300ZX took advantage of this service; customer bought the car and just wanted to see what it was putting out.
A Skyjacker suspension kit and new wheels and tires really changed the look of this F250. This truck is looking sharp and ready for play.