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Old April 19th, 2006, 09:11 PM   #1
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What are y'all putting at the wheels with your stock/near stock SRT's? Over the weekend I had mine done and it put down a best of 468 hp and, 493 tq. Seemed a li'l high (read, inaccurate).
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Old April 20th, 2006, 11:14 AM   #2
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SylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 pointsSylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 pointsSylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 pointsSylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 pointsSylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 pointsSylvanSRT hangs with the Hiddens with 660 points
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there are big varations in hp/tq readings from dyno to dyno even of the same brand(manufacturer) i have seen some posted here and the m.org that range from 434-468 rwhp, calibration of the dyno and variable they program into their program will net big differences along with ambient temps and humidity having an effect. Airflow ie:using fans to blow into the radiator an or intake can also have an effect.
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Old April 20th, 2006, 11:30 AM   #3
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I've run my car on 4 different DynoJets over the last 5 years. With a fully warmed motor and driveline, the corrected numbers have been within 3 hp and 11 lb-ft. The only significant anomaly was on a Mustang Dyno - lower by about 9 hp.
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Old April 20th, 2006, 02:28 PM   #4
 
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Those are some kick ass stock numbers.
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Old April 20th, 2006, 02:52 PM   #5
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The pulls were done on a Dynojet. Initially I was really happy about the numbers it put down, but, later I started second guessing it. A few nights before I was browsing the the North Texas Viper Club website and, most of their SRT's were in the mid 430's.

The temperature that day was close to 90 degrees - and all the fluids in the car were nicely warmed from the drive out to the shop. They did put one giant fan and two smaller fans in front, for the second pull.

Car is stock with 3500 miles.
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Old April 20th, 2006, 06:18 PM   #6
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Looks about right to me!

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It just kills me when i see your dyno numbers on a stock car ok really im jealous. have you dyno since? same or diff dyno?
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Old April 20th, 2006, 10:40 PM   #8
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Looks about right to me!

Cool. Maybe the numbers are legit! Hopefully I can make it out to Ennis when they're holding a 'street night' and try to back up the hp. numbers with a good m.p.h.

Edit - I did video the dyno, but I'm getting 'fatal error' everytime I try to upload it on to my computer from the DV Cam. If I get it working, I will try to post it up.
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It just kills me when i see your dyno numbers on a stock car ok really im jealous. have you dyno since? same or diff dyno?
Actually, our annual Kansas City Dyno Day is this Sunday, the 23rd. Unfortunately, my car is getting a tune up in Miami right now...
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Where is the KC dyno day at? MC Racing?

Those are strong #'s! Can't wait to hear how you do at the track!
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IMHO, I don't think we will ever have an accurate, dyno read!
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I've run my car on 4 different DynoJets over the last 5 years. With a fully warmed motor and driveline, the corrected numbers have been within 3 hp and 11 lb-ft. The only significant anomaly was on a Mustang Dyno - lower by about 9 hp.

Finally a solid set of numbers to use as a base line.
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