Dynoed today

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  1. jpg0511

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    Dyno done today on a dynojet. 93 degrees 60% humidity. Made 621hp and 620tq at the wheels bone stock. Oh yeh a8 trans pulls made in 6th gear.
     
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    Seems a bit low. Did you pull all the appropriate CB's?
     
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    thought 5th was the prefered gear for dynos so far?
     
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    Not sure what a CB is but it was 93 degrees and the boost was showing between 9 and 10. But if you add 15% drive train loss it is 715hp at the motor.
     
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    Thanks for sharing,

    was the humid air on the HP still not a bad figure
     
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    Mine wasn't that good. It went better in 5th(584) than it did in 6th. I only pulled 1 fuse - I believe it was #36.
     
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    60% humidity
     
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    Every dyno is different, so unless they've done at least 2-3 other Hellcats on that same dyno that all got higher numbers, it's impossible to draw conclusions on whether his results are high or low.

    That's why posting baseline dynos are meaningless unless you are comparing it to other cars dynoed on the same dyno, and preferably under the same weather conditions.
     
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    That's circuit breakers (aviation) but I meant fuses for traction control. Seems as though it was pretty warm and humid for a dyno anyway. I will not dyno again until the fall. 110 degree weather is not good for a dyno.
     
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    It is hot but hey its hot where I live most of the time. This was a base line for me and the first hellcat on that dyno.
     
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    Not like here in AZ. :)
     
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    I think on auto trannies the loss is 20% so probably more like 740HP. That's really good but then again all dynos read differently and are calibrated differently. Still a good # though for sure. I'd love to see what the gains would be with the AFE airbox. I'm waiting for some dyno #'s from some of the members here to decide whether I will go with one or not. I love the fact that it does not involve a dyno tune.
     
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    It's more like 15% then 20%.
     
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    yea, who knows for sure. My dyno guy tells me 12-15% on manuals, 18-20% on autos. still either way you cut it it's a good#.
     
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