Been away for a while, try Scanxl Pro's Virtual Dyno
Interesting result - especially between different manufacturers of Dyno's. Call me stupid, but I always liked to test the effectiveness of a modification in a 1/4 mile run scenario. Getting the average of 3 runs gives you a very accurate number as to what your most recent mod did to performance. It's easy and cheap. Quarter mile run times also take into account any aerodynamic mods that you have done. I recently shaved off 0.6 of a second by lowering my vehicle 1.25 inches. Less drag I guess? Of course, I live in an area where we do not have a Dynojet, so I have have to improvise. I would love to have a graph that I can lay by my pillow at night and look at, but I'm not that lucky. Has anyone posted or do you have dyno results for a PPC tuner? Thanks all.
You've helped a lot of members over the years, including myself. If you want a truly great tool at an affordable price, ScanXL Pro is great. Not only does it support every GM extended pid, it has a comprehensive tool kit for graphing, gauges and a virtual Dyno that tells the truth! Using vehicle weight over acceleration is horsepower, simple physics. And if you purchase a Tactrix Openport 2.0 (or equivalent) you'll get pid read speed of 150 pids/sec. It let's me monitor my extremely stretched 2871 24/7 at HP Tuner scan speeds. It's just a lot less expensive.
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