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Old 03-14-2004, 02:08   #1 (permalink)
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accurate dyno.?

G'day all,
does anybody know of an ACCURATE dyno. in the Melbourne metro area. All I want to do is a run, no tuning, no nothing. this is a "before" run. Willing to travel.
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Re: accurate dyno.?

There is no such thing as a accurate dyno
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Re: accurate dyno.?

As long as you use the same dyno before and after the mods, you will get a rough guide to the performance increase.
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Re: accurate dyno.?

Yeah, I know that, but what I am looking for is a dyno that will give me a reasonable reading to start with. I know what the I6 is supposed to put out, and that is what I am after. I don't want to go to a shop, and be told that my I6 puts out 120+kw to start with. It is a bog standard '98 EL motor, post March '98 which means it is actualy an AU engine. I'm not sure what the differences are, but Crow was most adamant that different cams were needed. Actualy, if anybody can tell me what the differences are between the pre March '98 engine and the post March '98 engine are, I would be most interested. I feel it has something to do with cam timing, but not a lot to do with compression ratio's etc. I do know that my son's EF feels different to drive than the EL. Even he has remarked on the difference.
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Re: accurate dyno.?

Jim Mock Motorsport can't have its parameters altered so thats about the closest thing to a dyno that can't be changed
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Re: accurate dyno.?

Post 98 something bout a slightly bigger block/head?

Dunt know for sure but heard or sumthing from someone somewhere
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Jim Mock Motorsport can't have its parameters altered so thats about the closest thing to a dyno that can't be changed
Thats all well and good but it helps if the dyno is accurate in the first place!
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Jim Mock Motorsport can't have its parameters altered so thats about the closest thing to a dyno that can't be changed
Bwahahahaha

JMM and acurate Dyno....


Bwahahahaahha.. 1st good laugh of the day, thanyou.
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Bwahahahaha

JMM and acurate Dyno....


Bwahahahaahha.. 1st good laugh of the day, thanyou.
But it's army surplus, it HAS to be accruate! I mean our governments wouldnt supply the army with inferior equipment and then fail to maintain it to perfection would they?

I'll just go and watch out for the next F1-11 to fall from the sky now.
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Re: accurate dyno.?

lol

just make sure you use the same Dyno for a before and after, and try to work it around the same weather conditions

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