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Old 10-11-2009, 04:32 PM
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6.0 Dyno results

So i dynoed my truck with erics xtreeme race and i only got 370 hp and 630 tq pretty low i think. I pulled five times and all the othe numbers were 230-350 hp and one time it said my torque was 125 the operater said he thought my truck was defueling idk tho it felt good and i ran a 14.0025 in the 1/4 mile and beat my buddies dodge that according to the dyno was 417 hp and 806 tq if someone can help me figure this out i would apprecaite it alot
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Old 03-10-2010, 10:27 AM
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What type of dyno was it?
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Old 03-10-2010, 12:34 PM
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Honestly I can't remember but when I did my pulls it felt like I had a huge load on if that helps any.
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You probably put 125 ftlbs down with the stick in drive and idling. Operator was High
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Ya that's what I thought I was just bumed out just looking for a little more
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Old 04-25-2010, 05:54 PM
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Did he print you any graphs ?
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Ya but they are long gone this was during the late summer
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ok , If you had em I could help you out a little . Possibly see if there was an issue with the operator , I have a lot of time with a dyno jet 248x so I have a very good understanding of what the graphs mean and if there is any issues with them .
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Old 04-25-2010, 06:08 PM
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I would honestly tell you "who gives a damn" what that particular dyno said. The dyno or the operator is to blame. Your truck wasn't getting loaded up.

The fact that you said you ran a 14.025 quarter time (and I'd guess your trap speed to be around 95mph with that time) tells me you're well in to the 400 RWHP range seeing as you have a crew cab 4x4. If you knew your exact race weight and trap speed you can calculate your HP from that. Dyno's are a tuning tool (and sometimes a bragging right). Don't take the numbers they give you as gospel. But when it comes to true HP put to the ground, THE TRACK DOESN"T LIE!!
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I would honestly tell you "who gives a damn" what that particular dyno said. The dyno or the operator is to blame. Your truck wasn't getting loaded up.

The fact that you said you ran a 14.025 quarter time (and I'd guess your trap speed to be around 95mph with that time) tells me you're well in to the 400 RWHP range seeing as you have a crew cab 4x4. If you knew your exact race weight and trap speed you can calculate your HP from that. Dyno's are a tuning tool (and sometimes a bragging right). Don't take the numbers they give you as gospel. But when it comes to true HP put to the ground, THE TRACK DOESN"T LIE!!
Couldn't have said it better .
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