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05 Dyno numbers under 1000 Miles

I live in VA and just had my GTO Dynoed today. It was 65F, about 13 Ft above sea leavle, low humidity, 700 Miles and just did my first oil change yesterday. The same Dyno shop ran another 05 3 weeks ago with roughly the same conditions and he put down 319rwhp. When mine was run today it put down 323rwhp and 320rwtq. I have read several different posts and they seem to be consistant with what I put down. I have also read on LS2.com and people have been posting 340's and up, they have between 1500 - 2000 miles on there cars. Im wondering what everyone else has been dynoing at?

Next question, has anyone put a CAI on an 05 yet and what kind of improvement have you seen?

Also, anyone else who had there 05 dynoed, when they checked the air/fuel's were you running rich? Mine was running fairly rich from stock.

I have someone making me a CAI and should have it on and # posted within the next week or 2.

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What kind of dyno is it, Mustang or Dynojet? Those are some lows numbers if it is a Dynojet.
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I think it is a Dynomatics dyno, unless that is just the softwear that they use.
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Ok, I just had my GTO dynoed again at 1500 miles and it's up 5 hp and 5 tq. Im now at 328 rwhp and 331 rwtq. I have seen another 05 dynoed on the same dyno and at 3000 miles he was pushing less hp to the wheel that I did at 700 miles. Has anyone else done multiple dyno runs to see what kind of gains you get over time?
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i had my done yesterday...345rwhp and 339rwtq...intake and exhaust. that is just my first time getting it dynoed.

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What kind of dyno did they use and do you know if they were SAE corrected, my numbers were
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Had mine dynoed today with 5000 miles on it. 321/322 on a dynojet and sae corrected. It was put on the dyno just 5 minutes after driving to the shop, I'm thinking my numbers were low because the car was hot. I've seen another 05 dyno 315 hp and then sit for an hour and the same car dynoed 335hp. Was your car cool when it was dynoed?
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my car was cool on the first run, like i said the second run was like a couple of minutes later...then the third was after about 10 mins...as far as i know, they are sae corrected numbers. the dyno was a dynojet. if i can find a scanner, i will scan my printout and post it.
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Seriously concidering a GTO, I'm quite dissapointed. The LS1 F-bodies were rated at 325hp (talking SS/WS6) at the flywheel. They were dynoing at 300hp at the wheels.

If all they have is 320-340hp at the wheels, I may have to consider something different. Hell I can mod my 2001 Regal GS (sister to the GTP) and easily walk a GTO. I'm also considering the Mustang GT 500, this will have the 5.4L S/C just like the lightning/Ford GT and will have 450hp, and 450lbs of tq, as you know the 03-04 cobra's only had 390 hp, but with the factory S/C, it's easy to get 450-500 at the rear wheels.

Granted Ford sucks to all holy hell, and all I hear is great stuff about the GTO's build and quality, but if I'm wanting a sporty fast car, I'm not too sure if the GTO is for me.

Looks are still a little on the "tame" side.
I thought power would be a little more, but 400 - 15%, is what ya get.
It weighs a ton,
I like the fact it still has 2 doors
and it's nice and comfortible.
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Seriously concidering a GTO, I'm quite dissapointed. The LS1 F-bodies were rated at 325hp (talking SS/WS6) at the flywheel. They were dynoing at 300hp at the wheels.

If all they have is 320-340hp at the wheels, I may have to consider something different. Hell I can mod my 2001 Regal GS (sister to the GTP) and easily walk a GTO. I'm also considering the Mustang GT 500, this will have the 5.4L S/C just like the lightning/Ford GT and will have 450hp, and 450lbs of tq, as you know the 03-04 cobra's only had 390 hp, but with the factory S/C, it's easy to get 450-500 at the rear wheels.

Granted Ford sucks to all holy hell, and all I hear is great stuff about the GTO's build and quality, but if I'm wanting a sporty fast car, I'm not too sure if the GTO is for me.

Looks are still a little on the "tame" side.
I thought power would be a little more, but 400 - 15%, is what ya get.
It weighs a ton,
I like the fact it still has 2 doors
and it's nice and comfortible.
What do you consider easily walking a GTO? I just ran a 13.40 @ 104 with 700 miles on the car on a 80 degree day which leads me to beleive that once the car is broke in and on a cooler day will possible run 13.00. This was a bone stock 2005 auto. Your going to have to do more than mod the hell out of your buick to easily walk a 05 GTO. I've seen fully modded 04 GTP's and I'm not just talking a pulley change run in the low 13's, so unless you have some magic trick up your sleave when it comes to the 3800 motors I don't see you walking anything?
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