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Stroked Lightning Dyno Numbers

Got to play a little on the rollers today

#2 run 449 HP and 784 TQ

#2 and 1st shot of NOS 573 HP and 918 TQ

#2 and 2nd shot of NOS 639 HP and 985 TQ

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Way to go Gene, looks like you need some air. :HappyMugs

How accurate do you think that dyno was, never heard of a Clayton before.
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Got to play a little on the rollers today

#2 run 449 HP and 784 TQ

#2 and 1st shot of NOS 573 HP and 918 TQ

#2 and 2nd shot of NOS 639 HP and 985 TQ

CLAYTON DYNO

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Gene, shouldn't the 639 run have had a higher torque number?
Or am I missing something here?

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Gene, shouldn't the 639 run have had a higher torque number?
Or am I missing something here?

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I was thinking of the same thing. good numbers Gene.:Thumbup:
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Gene, shouldn't the 639 run have had a higher torque number?
Or am I missing something here?

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It was obviously that HP at a higher RPM.
Let see if I can get this right.

639(hp) = ?(RPM) x 985(tq) / 5252 =
639 = (X) (.18754) =
X = 639 / .18754 =
X(rpms) = 3407.27

As opposed to the 573hp 918tq run which would be:

573 = (RPM) x 918 / 5252 =
573 = (RPM) (.17479) =
(RPM) = 573 / .17479 =
RPMs = 3278.21

What I mean to illustrate by this is that the only way the 639 run would've had a higher tq number proportionally is if it was at the same or lower rpms proportionally.
Was that the RPMs Gene, or did I make a total booboo somewhere?
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It was obviously that HP at a higher RPM.
Let see if I can get this right.

639(hp) = ?(RPM) x 985(tq) / 5252 =
639 = (X) (.18754) =
X = 639 / .18754 =
X(rpms) = 3407.27

As opposed to the 573hp 918tq run which would be:

573 = (RPM) x 918 / 5252 =
573 = (RPM) (.17479) =
(RPM) = 573 / .17479 =
RPMs = 3278.21

What I mean to illustrate by this is that the only way the 639 run would've had a higher tq number proportionally is if it was at the same or lower rpms proportionally.
Was that the RPMs Gene, or did I make a total booboo somewhere?
yep, that makes sense....(If that is the explanation, that is)
Thanks for writing that out Loco, I didn't get out my formulas to do the calculations....:Thumbup:
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