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whats the difference between the mustang dyno, dyno jet center dyno,and a superflow dyno jet

i am just wondering thanks
 

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I believe it was in an issue of Turbo Magazine where they took a new, unmoddifed 350z to three or four different dynos.

They were testing if a difference existed between the types of dynos and/or the location (between two of the same types).

The results were an average of let's say 238rwhp (can't remember) with a deviation on the magnitude of 10-12rwhp.

They talked about the differences in the dynojets. Some are in the air. Some are in the ground. Some measure hp and tq one way, which was different from another. Can't remember though.

--Justin

PS. My post is useless:D
 
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I do know that the Mustang Dyno puts a load on the car when it is on the dyno. Meaning it's like the car is actually trying to push itself down the street. My dyno numbers stock were right on track with what they a stock na puts down and I dynoed on a Mustang AWD Dyno although I didn't use the AWD. LOL!!!

Ryan
 
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