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I cant get my dyno sheet to load. But I Dynoed 841rwhp, 700flbs at 1.6 bar of boost. That was on a stock motor with 272 cams.
 
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Superfist said:
I cant get my dyno sheet to load. But I Dynoed 841rwhp, 700flbs at 1.6 bar of boost. That was on a stock motor with 272 cams.
Were you running liquid nitrogen-cooled? 700 ft/lbs is a lot more than 1.6 bar. Correction factor?
 

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Whoa, i'm not too sure about that. At what a/f was that at? 14:1? Please post your dyno sheet...
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I cant get my dyno sheet to load. But I Dynoed 841rwhp, 700flbs at 1.6 bar of boost. That was on a stock motor with 272 cams.
 
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I was running a 50 shot of NOS. 24psi of boost. My friend is going to post the dyno sheet for me.
 

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Hey Arnlod, ask Micheal Knight over there how much difference you would see in the T-88 34H over the T-88 34D. :D
 

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Hey Arnlod, ask Micheal Knight over there how much difference you would see in the T-88 34H over the T-88 34D. :D

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Hey Arnold, ask Micheal Knight over there how much difference you would see in the T-88 34H over the T-88 34D. :D

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3,100 - 6,400rpm is only the powerband tho, why such big drops at top end, not enough air?
 

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3,100 - 6,400rpm is only the powerband tho, why such big drops at top end, not enough air?
That's TQ. HP stays steady.

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No flow ? LOL
 
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