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  1. Shasta's Dad

    Shasta's Dad Silver Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    Ran my cat Saturday. A8 - 5th did better than 6th. I guess he was watching the tach - let off at 5900 - didn't get to rev limiter. It got to 584.1 HP and still climbing. I'll try to get my nephew to post the graph after work. Got a starting point. I don't know a lot(trying to pick up ideas), but, I've got an idea for the next time. Might do 1 more before my aFe intake gets here.;)
     
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    584 is low gotta be the dyno operator. I've never been to one as the track is the true test and a whole lot of fun
     
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    Shasta's Dad Silver Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    I thought it was low and so did he. I don't see a problem(hopefully) running it to the rev limiter.
     
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    Most are 630 to 650
     
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    On a dynojet. Mustang dynos will read ~15% lower.

    What type of dyno was used?
     
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    I stand corrected and still do 1/4 mile instead;)
     
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    On a Mustang dyno I did 581. On a Dynojet I did a 641.
     
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    I agree, as dynos do vary.
     
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    Here's the graph. Dyno might be a Dyno Jet, not sure - I'll find out. Had a video - mostly motor noise - my nephew tried to post video and it wouldn't let him. He tried using my phone and an usb cord. How can we post the video?
    Thanks, Ed:D
     

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    The dyno was a dynocom dc5000. Still trying to figure out how to post a video.
     
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    Numbers makes sense if it has the eddy brake option (load control) as that would be similar to a Mustang dyno (all Mustang dynos have an eddy current brake).
     

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