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Old 11-23-2011, 03:22 PM
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Dyno'd today

08 CCDRW, 2 wheel drive, RCD 450, 5", and intake, made 415hp and 830 tq, couldn't get the truck to lock in 4th or overdrive to make a pull from 1800 rpm. So we rolled into it easy to keep it in overdrive, but wasn't getting wide open till 2300 rpm. Also, it was a mustang dyno, heard they read low compared to a dyno jet. It was loaded at 8500 lbs, tried 10000 lbs, and still didn't get past 30 lbs of boost.

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08 CCDRW, 2 wheel drive, RCD 450, 5", and intake, made 415hp and 830 tq, couldn't get the truck to lock in 4th or overdrive to make a pull from 1800 rpm. So we rolled into it easy to keep it in overdrive, but wasn't getting wide open till 2300 rpm. Also, it was a mustang dyno, heard they read low compared to a dyno jet. It was loaded at 8500 lbs, tried 10000 lbs, and still didn't get past 30 lbs of boost.

Eddy current dynos don't read low, Dynojet dynos read high and can vary quite a bit based on the fudge factors the tech puts in... Since Dynojets are relatively cheap, they are popular.
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