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Old 08-21-2013, 06:36 AM
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155cc injector dyno graphs

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So I have always looked for something like this and never found it. A thread dedicated to posting dyno results. That way we can study more about these mystical unicorns that are referenced so much on the web

I think there are a few different things that are needed to make this a great tool.
  • Make sure to post a pic of the dyno sheet
  • List all mods at the time of the dyno
  • List what size nozzles you were running
  • Don't simply right your dyno numbers (we are looking for graphs)
  • Lets try not to ruin the thread by arguing about everything
  • Try to embed the pics right side up and in a way that everyone can see
  • If possible try and post SAE corrected dyno graphs
  • For weird injector sizes just try and get close (we don't want 50 different threads)

Remember that dynos are very subjective. Every dyno is just slightly different and some trucks respond better to certain mods. This should be used to study how the truck made power, what the torque curve looked like, when did the power drop off, etc...


Please post 155cc Injector Dyno Graphs
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Old 08-21-2013, 08:11 PM
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The only mods was studs, EGR delete, 4 inch straight pipe, 155cc injectors with stock nozzles, and SCT with the Super Panty Dropper tune. The truck had 35's and 20's too. I believe it would have dyno'd even better but I didn't have any way to make the truck stay in a gear and had to roll into the throttle in overdrive to keep it from downshifting
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Wow, torque falls off hard after 2500.
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Originally Posted by PGreenSVT View Post
Wow, torque falls off hard after 2500.
my graph looks similar with 175/stock nozzles... I think it is nozzles. I am going to be running bigger nozzles on the same truck next month to see if it helps the torque curve
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