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Guys that make Dyno pulls!!

I had a question on how you guys build boost when on the dyno. The drum only weighs 2200 lbs and I know the truck will pull that with no problem with min. boost. What do yall do to get the boost up and make a pull? Thanks in advance.
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the dyno operator uses the trucks weight to set the proper load on the dyno so the truck will build boost

very important to know the exact weight makes for more accurate #'s

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CChase, not to sound dumn but the truck brakes or dyno.

Big I do not think this dyno has that option on it.
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the dyno operator uses the trucks weight to set the proper load on the dyno so the truck will build boost

very important to know the exact weight makes for more accurate #'s

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