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Local Dyno had a "Dyno-drags" last night, and continuing today.

I decided to see what the Lincoln had in her.

Peak power, 221 rwhp SAE corrected with 224 lb-ft of torque.
Power peak was right about 5800 rpm.

My final pull I guessed 220.2 rwhp and posted a 220.1, if an earlier guy had not nailed his number to the tenth there could have been some $$$ for the "win".

Now, off to the races.

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Sounds good! :thumbsup:

You've got me beat :(

But I did need a tuneup/new COP's when I had it dyno'd... so I don't know what I'm at now. :D

And to add to that, a few days after the dyno run, I threw a "stuck IMRC" code... thank God SeaFoam cleared it... :beek:

Max Power: 209.4
Max Torque: 217.3

http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.php?t=38490

What was your A/F ratio? :2huh:
 

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A/F was 12.9 basically flat all across.

I did put new plugs in it, 7 were swimming in oil from leaking orings on the cam covers. New gaskets in hand to fix that.
 

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RichardM said:
Local Dyno had a "Dyno-drags" last night, and continuing today.

I decided to see what the Lincoln had in her.

Peak power, 221 rwhp SAE corrected with 224 lb-ft of torque.
Power peak was right about 5800 rpm.

My final pull I guessed 220.2 rwhp and posted a 220.1, if an earlier guy had not nailed his number to the tenth there could have been some $$$ for the "win".

Now, off to the races.

rm
Sorry I didn't get to go see you and your new car. I'm glad you went to the Dyno Drags. They're always a blast. Post your dyno graph, or E-mail it to me. I wanna check out the power curve. Not bad for being 5k feet above sea level, I'd say. Man, that makes me sad. My car made 145 on the dyno, stock. Damn 4v engines. :tongue:
 

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I am going to get the raw data from them so I can keep a spreadsheet.
I can then post a curve much easier too.

Considering most stock Birds with 4.6L make around 180 rwhp, I was oK with the results. Still way shy of a Cobra 4V.
 
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