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Basicllly the numbers say that, the Horse power at the rear wheels was about 198.... The owner/operator say's on his dyno there is a 25% drive line loss, so with the trusty Cal. this figures to 260HP at the crank on both runs...
Inputs in to the dyno are car's weight 3500lbs (I think 3400 should have been used)and the Hp required to run 50 mhp, which the Operator/owner of the dyno say's is 12HP. To read correct torque the operator would have charged 25 bucks extra and there was 6 cars from the club wanting a turn and there is an extra hook up time and everyone wanted to a run at it.
These pulls are after 3 runs where I screwed up in the car and without a cool down. So the car was very hot.... No Mods and though the paper filter.
I wish 1007 would have done better.... I do plan on trying again later next year and comparing runs at that time using 3400lbs instead of 3500. And trying the power run after a cool down period.
1007 was the fastist late model mustang in Qtr mile pull with 14.7 in my club, beating out a 2000 Saleen S281's 14.8... Again I think the weights are wrong, both cars I think should be faster.
The fastist car was 68 coupe with Ford motorsports 5.0, He broke into the the 13's and the second fastist car was Boss 302 with a 14 flat.
Hope this helps with questions and please feel free with some input to help make my runs faster... At the Track I ran a best of 14.4.
 

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Ray,
I aggree, I think there is more power from 1007 than that.
 
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