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Old 01-14-2018, 02:48 AM   #1
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Well she's done and I can't wait to get behind the wheel. The is Greg Kongs new 1000 package. youtu.be/Cm1vwvDEfds
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Nice! I'd love to see that car on a DJ instead of mustang dyno. Seems to me that a stock blower should get maxed out around the low to mid 900s on a DJ from what I have seen but would be interesting to find out if it can crack a 1000whp on a DJ. In both cases this car should trap around 160mph with good tires.
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Nice! I'd love to see that car on a DJ instead of mustang dyno. Seems to me that a stock blower should get maxed out around the low to mid 900s on a DJ from what I have seen but would be interesting to find out if it can crack a 1000whp on a DJ. In both cases this car should trap around 160mph with good tires.
My car made the same power on that Mustang Dyno and a newer 224xLC Dynojet. It was actually crazy how close they were to each other [off by 0.1%].
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Can you share any more details on your build ?

Any photos of the final version of the Kong intake installed ? Or is it still under wraps until he is ready to release for sale ?
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Badass results! Dropped mine off yesterday at Greg's. I'm keeping the 2.35 pulley vs going 2.1 so it'll be interesting to see what the difference is.
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My car made the same power on that Mustang Dyno and a newer 224xLC Dynojet. It was actually crazy how close they were to each other [off by 0.1%].
The problem with MD is when the eddy current applies less load (brake) you end up making more Hp. Dynojet is pre calibrated with a data7.cfg file sent from them so the operator can only choose the correction factor.

There are ways to dyno higher hp like lowering your IAT/icing the cars blower and or inflating the tire pressure to lower resistance.

DJ is considered the industry standard so that's why I asked OP to run it on one.
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The problem with MD is when the eddy current applies less load (brake) you end up making more Hp. Dynojet is pre calibrated with a data7.cfg file sent from them so the operator can only choose the correction factor.

There are ways to dyno higher hp like lowering your IAT/icing the cars blower and or inflating the tire pressure to lower resistance.

DJ is considered the industry standard so that's why I asked OP to run it on one.
at the end of the day it don't mean squat what the dynometer states. What matters is what the car does at the track and how it performs vs other worthy competitors. The dyno is nothing more than a gauge to see differences in calibration and changes to the vehicle.

My Supra made 930 to the tire on a DJ then went [email protected] with no weight reduction and all its interior , it was also 100% street legal.
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Well she's done and I can't wait to get behind the wheel. The is Greg Kongs new 1000 package. youtu.be/Cm1vwvDEfds

sick ride bro enjoy it ! now get some 15s on that thing and take it to the track to run some deep 9s !!
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