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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 10-03-2005, 05:13 AM Thread Starter
 
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X Dyno Sheet

It's funny how everyone can post their numbers, yet everything is fine..
I post my sheet, and the CSI Crime Lab has to jump on it.


Greg first of all let me start by saying that no one at your Local SCT dealer in Maryland has anything that runs at the track, second yes You are GOD, and Thousands of dollars thrown away into a garbage pale, ahumm.. I mean 7.3 will get you some decent results like yours has after a few engines blown, and tons of cash put in.

You always seem to have alot to say when someone comes close to your HP/TQ #'s but yet, can NEVER make a majot event to show off your art glass work.... You, and who ever wants from your local SCT dealer that lives 1000 yards from your house can bring what you so call "FAST" to Virginia on the 15th, as I will be there, and so will be something to take care of you and whatever you want to bring along to the track....

I'm done with this thread, I kknew we had some times on our hands, but I didnt think we had this much... All I did was post an email sent to me by the place where the truck was Dynoed... PERIOD.....




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Never doubted you one bit. That is some impressive numbers. :Thumbup:

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sick numbers man... :smoke:

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Sick numbers. I never doubted them one bit, but the graph says 11/18/05. Can I borrow the time machine?
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Mitch I don't understand the graph.

Why does you X make such poor numbers around 2200-2400 r.p.m.'s. YOu have like well over 150 lbs torque less compared to the graphs of SCT 6.0's. It's like the whole graph has been shifted up 400 or 500 r.p.m. I'm guessing your explaination for the large curve upwards is the wet nos kit? If that is the explaination then your showing a lesser tuned vehicle than the sct then just pumpimg a ton of fuel in through the wet nos system to make all that power. That doesn't sound very safe to me. Then again I don't really understand the wet nos concept because it seems to me that it would really through off the engine timing, maybe really early detonation?

My other explaination for the graph is a big turboed diesel engine that took until 2600 to get the turbo properly spooled up to start making power. Like maybe a big turboed 7.3 L.

I guess my final conclusion is that since the date is wrong, I must question how many other things are wrong.
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What were the raw numbers instead of SAE? Correction factors on a nitrous run pretty much get thrown out the window.....

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Yeah, All the dyno slips I got that day were a year ahead of their time... The dyno operator did not bother, or mistakenly had entered the date, but that grap is well over a year old.

Lube you mentioned why the spike, thats the engine being run on a Nitrous Wet system is all I can think of, because most of my graphs on the NOS start of low and just build up real quick passed 22-2400 rpms, also the tune that was used did not have a torque converter option, because I lock up the torque converter manually with a switch from inside the cabin, but it locks up way too harsh to be used on the rollers.


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What were the raw numbers instead of SAE? Correction factors on a nitrous run pretty much get thrown out the window.....

Actually BMDMAX those are RAW numbers, that was done one a open Dyno Day, and things were a bit of a mess, as you can see the operator had the date set wrong on the PC he was using to Run the Dyno Jet. I live in South Florida... I dont think we need a correction factor.... :


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dang mitch even those are impressive :Thumbup:

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Actually BMDMAX those are RAW numbers, that was done one a open Dyno Day, and things were a bit of a mess, as you can see the operator had the date set wrong on the PC he was using to Run the Dyno Jet. I live in South Florida... I dont think we need a correction factor.... :


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The graph represents a corrected number. Uncorrected numbers would have "Actual" on the graph rather than "SAE", like this:



Depending on weather condtions your real numbers could be higher or lower. Nitrous can easily blow away correction factors on a turbo diesel.

I am not bashing just making an observation.

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