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Note the difference in the dyno numbers. Particularly which one has the highest numbers VS lowest numbers.

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Note the difference in the dyno numbers. Particularly which one has the highest numbers VS lowest numbers.

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Only thing im scared of now is...

"I dynod my car this weekend, 323rwhp...and it was on that one dyno that reads like 40hp lower then the other ones....so that means I have 365rwhp, YAY!"

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So will you're #1 spot could be shot down by someone else making like 680 rwhp on one type of dyno.....

Dyno dynamic dynos are kinda like mustang dynos when compared to dynojet dynos. Yes there will be variances between dynos of that series, but they consistently read lower than their dynojet counterparts.

-edit- heh, just noticed I used the wrong numbers. Its actualy a range of 37. That kinda realy changes the numbers. Eyeballing it, it would make the end range under 900 to over 1100 rwhp. I'm not calcin it out again. -edit-

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Ha, is that a Normal Distribution? Do a probablilty plot to find out from the data in the article.outofstep said:Taking the median value, you are looking at a variance of 3%. Assuming the dyno dynamics dynos also have a 3% variance between dynos and that the 1001 rwhp number was the median you have a range of 970 - 1031. . .

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On a dyno note, I've pulled two dynos now, one here in Boise, and did 418rwhp, and about 390rwt, and then Vegas 03 for 419 and 365?rwt (Not sure about that tq number.) Anyway, they were very close, and both were dynojets I think.

Not sure why the Tq dropped off. Must have been the new MHG, possibly lowered my compression ratio? Or I have a larger engine problem starting to show up. (Car is not running now, suddenly lost all vac. Doing a compression test tomarrow.)

Will, you still building motors? I might need one.

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The dynamic dyno delivered higher numbers then the dynojets in the article. i thought it should read lower. Like 15 percent lower then the dynojets.

Turbo mag flub? I don't know.

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