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chaz517 11-16-2012 10:09 AM

07 lgt stage two Mustang dyno
 
Tuned by ecs performance 255whp and 284wtq
2007 lgt manual
Mustang dyno

http://www.eastcoastswappers.com/mai...rgb1=000000255

http://www.eastcoastswappers.com/mai...php?runid1=461

What u guys think... Posted this from my phone so I'm sorry about the format

lee07 11-16-2012 10:23 AM

Looks just like mine when I was stg2, same curves, just you make more power in the high range - redline and mine made more in the low and mid range but fell after 5700rpm but it looks good.

6 months from now you'll probably be stg3 or at least thinking about it

chaz517 11-16-2012 10:27 AM

Sweet thanks man. Def pulls harder than I expected. I'm already thinking about stage 3, so sad haha. It's like having the flu. Not sure if it be worth it to go w tmic and then re tune or just save up for turbo and tmic and then re tune. What do u think about my boost.? Thought 19 psi was kinda high for the stock turbo. Unless the previous owner switched it and I can't tell haha

Drift Motion 11-16-2012 11:40 AM

save up for all supporting mods for stage 3 build, and re-tune it at once

someone said this: stage 2 is just a placeholder for future stage 3 build

liljonson 11-16-2012 12:10 PM

Im at 20psi stock turbo and its fine. Id be more worried about your stock intercooler. Definitely should think about jb welding that junk

wurkenman 11-16-2012 06:39 PM

ALWAYS want more power. I am at just under 330 and am already planning on a new turbo and injectors. :icon_razz

chaz517 11-17-2012 08:13 AM

Def gotta do the jb weld trick. Wish I had the funds to go stage 3 now

lee07 11-17-2012 09:21 AM

Stage 2 is all you will ever need on the street.

More is nice but you will never use all those power on the street.

Just wait until you have everything for a stg 3 build and tune it then unless you are sure that just a little bit more from a bigger intercooler is the last and final upgrade you will ever do.

My stock intercooler was fine at I think 17-18psi but then I never really drove it all that hard.

Right now this is all the power you will ever need on the street unless you are into drag racing

.:Catalyst:. 11-18-2012 11:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lee07 (Post 4162708)
My stock intercooler was fine at I think 17-18psi but then I never really drove it all that hard.

Mine separated at 17.5psi - highly recommend the "Bulletproof kit" if you are running stage 2 power levels and plan to keep the OEM TMIC, (which is efficient but weak where the core attaches to the plastic end tanks), and I think it's a better solution than JBWeld.

Moddiction 02-06-2013 01:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lee07 (Post 4162708)
Stage 2 is all you will ever need on the street.

More is nice but you will never use all those power on the street.

Just wait until you have everything for a stg 3 build and tune it then unless you are sure that just a little bit more from a bigger intercooler is the last and final upgrade you will ever do.

My stock intercooler was fine at I think 17-18psi but then I never really drove it all that hard.

Right now this is all the power you will ever need on the street unless you are into drag racing



Need maybe. Want definitely not haha. 300 ish whp feels very normal after a little time spent getting used to it.

I know in my other car I am currently at 410whp in a 2800 lb car and feels almost like stock to me now.


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