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Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by WODY281, Mar 16, 2007.
mustang is the name of the company, lol
there are a couple other loaded dynos
lol, the "camero" dyno is the shit! any GM car gets at least 100 more HP!
lol, ok guys don't pick on me, like i said i've no clue what the difference is, i've never even been to a dyno. I'm afraid i will cry if i see what my car is really makeing........as long as i keep the image of my car having 400 hp i'll be fine but the day i'm proven to have like 165 i'm going to shoot myself lol. :help2:
thats was good for a quick laugh...
another thing with loaded dyno's is that they aren't always loaded with the correct info and can be set to read just as high as other dyno's so don't always assume a car will be 10% or more on a dyno jet etc.
haha, I'm sure that cleared it up for Void!
DI is right, there's a bunch of variables, so number are not carved in concrete.
if they set it correctly, it's true "to the wheels" power.
and if they're tuning it, it's more accurate to how the car will be on the road.
same car will show less numbers on a loaded dyno because the drum has resistance against it.
It's like the difference between accelerating up the road, and accelerating on jack stands (kinda)
Does that help?
yea i get it man, :hammer:
The Honda Dyno usually reads the highest just incase you were wondering....you would easily pull 400fwhp on one of those
does it come with a free sticker?
Both informative and entertaining! :rollinglaugh: