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Dyno Charts Info And Single T Performance

Old 02-19-2005, 08:43 PM
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I was wondering as much as I look at the comparison charts ,which by the way I think are a wonderful gauge, why we dont establish a couple of standards.

I realize the dynamics involed in port design and size to the exhaust system and the IC stuff , why we couldnt get dyno runs at 10lbs , 15 lbs and those who go all out can do that. This way at least we're givensome commonality. Most cars can run 10 and 15 and usually do. So when I go to the dyno next time I can do the 10 (stock) boost and the street setting 15 and then my all out drag setting( whichever I choose).Like most Ill probably do more settings just cause.

This way we can compare maps with a little less dynamics by using the same boosting parameters.

Just my thoughts....if we start this the next time.
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