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Re: dyno numbers

Postby pulltilbroke » Sun May 05, 2013 10:34 pm

Out of 3 runs today the highest hp 330 and highest tq was 798 on my 90 on a mustang dyno named the dream crusher.


The curve was beautiful and flat as usual
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby pulltilbroke » Mon May 06, 2013 11:26 pm

Heres an over lay of all 3 of my dyno runs. Numbers are as follows.

1st run 323.2/645.3 uncorrected
326.6/651.7 corrected
2nd run 328.2/727.9uncorrected
332.0/737.2 corrected
3rd run 321.9/788.8 uncorrected
325.6/796.8 corrected

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Re: dyno numbers

Postby cmann250 » Tue May 07, 2013 4:47 am

Nice numbers. Congratulations on leaving with an intact driveshaft this time, too :lol:
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby PToombs » Tue May 07, 2013 5:48 pm

The guy leaning on the door either isn't very smart or doesn't know your trucks reputation! :lol:
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby pulltilbroke » Tue May 07, 2013 7:19 pm

Yeah I was happy it stayed glued together. Pete that guy is the dyno operator I warn him and they warned everyone else. Peopler were all over the shop and around the cars as they were dynoing.
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby PToombs » Wed May 08, 2013 4:44 pm

Some people have no common sense do they? I've seen it myself, guys wandering around in front and behind trucks on the dyno. :roll: I can guess what's going to happen if a strap breaks on a 600hp truck doing 80 or 90 on the dyno, and it won't be pretty! ;)
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby Tacoclaw » Wed May 08, 2013 5:18 pm

No doubt, nice #'s. Glad to see some pics of that old wreck again, I was going into withdraws. :mrgreen:
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby pulltilbroke » Wed May 08, 2013 6:13 pm

Yeah when I take pictures directly in front I usualy stand at least 50ft away and use the zoom function.

this time i noticed the straps were a tad n the loose side when I dynoed, seemed like the truck moved a lot.

I also noticed I had a boost leak too, had an 1" long split in the afc line.

Probably gonna be doin a few things to it in the near future.
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby BC847 » Wed May 08, 2013 7:10 pm

Nice numbers. 8)

I've never had good luck at dyno events. Stupid chit happens. :oops:

Sucked in a TAG (turbo thing) one time. Another, the stupid dyno computer quit working after 7 or 8 other folks, . .. just after they strapped me down.

I've got video of one dyno deal where you can see the danged AFC reference hose flopping around. I spent my money dicking around in Valet-Mode. :evil:
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby pulltilbroke » Wed May 08, 2013 9:02 pm

Yeah, I know your pain BC, The 1st time I organized an vent here we shredded the belt for the Eddy current motor, the next one the dyno had a sensor that crapped the bed and ended the day.

Then you all know what happened last time i dynoed, I sprayed driveshaft, ujoints and tranny parts all over the yard, and this time I had little to no afc control.


But FWIW I did have the High TQ number of the day.
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby Sutter1stgen » Fri May 17, 2013 11:09 am

Jefferson state dyno today not happy with my numbers.



358/716. What gives?
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby cmann250 » Fri May 17, 2013 3:31 pm

Those are uncorrected numbers, West Coaster. I had to. :lol:

Have you been on that very dyno before and are disappointed with the numbers? I assume you have checked the usual like fuel pressure, AFC function, etc recently.
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby Sutter1stgen » Fri May 17, 2013 4:12 pm

cmann250 wrote:Those are uncorrected numbers, West Coaster. I had to. :lol:

Have you been on that very dyno before and are disappointed with the numbers? I assume you have checked the usual like fuel pressure, AFC function, etc recently.



Sure are!!!!!!

Yeah Ive been on this very dyno 3 times prior with 3 different setups. It's a honest dyno, as my quarter mile times reflect it to a T.

My buddy John and I were in the parking lot turning it to runaway. Found it 3x before we finally got it correct. Then we made sure I got full throttle travel, in which I was. My afc was just gone through, and works perfectly. I'm seriously thinking a larger primary is in need. I'm not running the super thin injector washers like BC847 is. I just did a random search (funny how that works) and randomly came across how he runs thin washers, as do a few others. I just don see them making that large of a difference. But hey!!! I'm at a loss and open to all suggestions. I've spe t the money to get the fuel, and I see as I've gone this far, let's keep going.

Even though I am quite thoroughly pi$$Ed right now. :lol.
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby 9312v » Wed May 22, 2013 5:12 pm

put down 300hp/613tq on a dynojet this past weekend
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Re: dyno numbers

Postby turboram » Fri May 24, 2013 6:06 pm

609 hp and 1088 tq 2.5 charger and 14mm duel feed 24v, with 2 bad cylinders
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