Team beefcake racing's 2018 Mustang GT dyno

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Here is a snip of the graph from the FB video. The red lines are the 6th gear pull. We really need someone to run it to 7500 RPMs.
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Well be getting after it soon
 

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2015 3.55 and 4th gear pretty much equal the gearing of the 2018 7th gear 3.15.
So pretty good comparison.
Did the same SAE correction factor was apply to the 2015 like it seem to have been for 2018?
Looking forward to see a 7th gear pull with only speed and transmission 7th gear rpm limiter remove!!
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1:1 is 1:1
The only thing left to compare is rear end gear and tire diameter at that point.
Unless you're saying the 15 has a substantially taller tire than the 18
 

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1:1 is 1:1
The only thing left to compare is rear end gear and tire diameter at that point.
Unless you're saying the 15 has a substantially taller tire than the 18
Changing the final drive ratio, tire diameter, tire (and wheel) weight will all affect the Dyno #s.
 

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1:1 is 1:1
The only thing left to compare is rear end gear and tire diameter at that point.
Unless you're saying the 15 has a substantially taller tire than the 18
4th gear is not 1:1 it's 1.14:1 in the 2015. Because of the 3.55 it's a good comparison to the this 2018 1:1 and 3.15.
 

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I was there and I can say it was most impressive for a bone stock car. It took mine a tune and CAI to hit those numbers with a manual. I cant wait to see a build with one of these cars.

Beefcake, I would like to see you try NA first with my combo and see what it made! That Could be a monster. Just a thought.
 
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guys, here is a better pic of our dyno run.

for comparison sake, at our pic on the 7th gear pull, when laying it over the 6th gear pull, you see that the 6th gear pull continued to make 11-12 more rwhp after that point.

which realistically means, we should see about 412-413 with the limiter removed
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THANK YOU. But why didn't you take it to its 7,500RPM redline? It looks like it would make even more power since the power was still climbing when you cut it short at 6,900RPM.
 

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Looks like it levels off at 5500-6k not that it isn't still pulling, just levels off at least in the 2nd graph
 

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