Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Objects in mirror will soon disappear!
I have been chatting with Lyndon about dyno's in general and comparing them. I never knew there is actually a standard from the SAE for calibrating a Dyno, Dyno Dynamics and Superflow use this standard to calibrate there dyno's after installation, it is 20% below the more accepted numbers from a Dynojet Dyno. RPI has a Dyno Dynamics with 0%compensation and shows about 200 rwhp for a stock Red Line, Lyndon Wester has a Superflow and shows 202 for a stock GXP. This is just FYI and something to keep in mind when reading the graphs. If you post a graph, for me at least I want to know what type of Dyno and what compensation was used (you will have to ask) if any to adjust numbers to be comparable with Dynojet. My runs were on a Dyno Dynamics and there was a 9% compensation, it is adjustable by the operator, so it is possible my numbers are 11% low if compared to a run on a Dynojet, or a different dyno with more compensation.
Solo Mach and No Cat custom A/R cone
Dejon Intercooler, Intake Elbow, BOV spring
Wester's Garage tune
RMR Style Bar.
SSR Type C wheels, Nitto 555's
DDM Works PINK Breastplate, PRO Beam
GXP Z0K rear sway bar with urethane bushings
Custom Jonymac glass wind screen, one of a kind.
Eclipse AVN726e; ZED Audio Leviathan, Image Dynamics tweeters, CTS door subs, active crossover tri-amped. Audio Control 6 channel 30 band parametric EQ.
JL Audio 10" sub
Last edited by lil goat; 09-11-2008 at 07:15 AM.