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    Please post your before and after cam dyno graphs if you have a centri supercharger such as a Vortech, Paxton, Procharger. I would like to see the power curve and peak horsepower before and after. My car has a flatning issue and we believe the factory cams are improperly degreed causing this. I'm thinking of putting blower cams in the car and having them properly degreed to get rid of this issue.

    Dyno graph non-intercooled V1 S at 9psi (by 6k rpm):




    Dyno graph Procharger 3 core intercooled V1 S at 9psi (by 6k rpm):


    2003 DSG Mustang GT 5spd
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    N/A: 266/300, 3,550lbs, 13.44 @ 101 1.77 60'
    Non-Intercooled (3.6): 356/371, 3,575lbs, 12.81@110.47 1.86 60'
    Intercooled (3.33): 361/370, 12.59@111.82 1.67 60'
    Intercooled (3.12): 403/394

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    Take a look through my members ride thread, I believe I have both my dyno graphs in there.

    I made 378/375 then put Tim Barth's custom grind blower cams in and jumped to 463/399 both times car was tuned by the same person.


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    Dont have before and after all I can tell you is my dyno graph is pointing to the moon at 6500 when bob let off. Cams are good.

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    Eaton with VT2's:



    PAH! The only before I could show you was completely stock. It was a lot lower than that.
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    Stock cams should keep pulling with a centi blower. Unless you are over 500+ hp. In my experience.
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    Maybe its the intake. One guy on modularfords went from 385 to 439rwhp by swapping the stock manifold to a Edelbrock and 6061 plenum on an auto pushing 12 psi. There are a few guys on a different forum that posted their dyno graphs and they also start flatlining at 5600-5800 rpm.

    2003 DSG Mustang GT 5spd
    Full Bolt On's, Suspension, Built Rear, V1 S trim
    N/A: 266/300, 3,550lbs, 13.44 @ 101 1.77 60'
    Non-Intercooled (3.6): 356/371, 3,575lbs, 12.81@110.47 1.86 60'
    Intercooled (3.33): 361/370, 12.59@111.82 1.67 60'
    Intercooled (3.12): 403/394

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    Out of experience every 2v should have cams N/A or boosted it wakes them up so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vann@MPH View Post
    Out of experience every 2v should have cams N/A or boosted it wakes them up so much.
    This. Plus they sound so good. Mine had a very conservative tune and made I believe like 360 or so then I got my custom cams from Tim Barth and told him I'd like a more aggressive tune and got me to 401 rwhp.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rpmchi86 View Post
    This. Plus they sound so good. Mine had a very conservative tune and made I believe like 360 or so then I got my custom cams from Tim Barth and told him I'd like a more aggressive tune and got me to 401 rwhp.


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    You only picked up 41rwhp with Tim's cams and a more aggressive tune? Doesn't sound right. Most pick up 60-80rwhp with MPH cams. Post your dyno graph.

    2003 DSG Mustang GT 5spd
    Full Bolt On's, Suspension, Built Rear, V1 S trim
    N/A: 266/300, 3,550lbs, 13.44 @ 101 1.77 60'
    Non-Intercooled (3.6): 356/371, 3,575lbs, 12.81@110.47 1.86 60'
    Intercooled (3.33): 361/370, 12.59@111.82 1.67 60'
    Intercooled (3.12): 403/394

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    I'll look for both of my graphs. You might be right for some reason I can't remember what the number was when I only had the blower and tune from sutton. I was definitely not happy with the numbers. That's why I went with a more aggressive tune and a pulley to produce 10 lbs of boost as opposed to 8lbs. Plus I hot it done with Tim since I heard him cams and tunes were awesome. Indeed they are. I'll post those graphs ASAP.


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