2020 stock Widebody Dyno conclusion. Went to see how accurate our performance page was while stock vs a dyno jet. From what I gather I think the page is more accurate than I would of guessed. To many variables to duplicate an exact test ,but I did try. That said the tests were not at the same location or same day. The cars performance max readings were WHP 698 & TQ 636 in I think 5 gear on my performance page. Hard to get a good grasp of the gear because I’m actually driving and the page is very delayed. The Dyno jet was WHP 683.35 & TQ 637.36 in 6th gear. I got as much data as I could with a locked ECU. The car readings DA on the day, location and time was 202.420. Same thing ,but at the dyno shop DA was 223.607. Put the gauge readings up to get what I could right before the dyno pull. The gauges picture was right before the first hit. Not sure what all this data really means and was looking for insight. Cars performance dyno %s were done at 85ft and the dyno jet was at 171ft. I also should of added the IC temp ,but didn’t even think about it. I only had a 30 minute cool down from a 2hr drive. Plus I couldn’t figure out the after run cool down feature. So I guess the verdict can still go either way to the smallest detail ,but I wanted to answer the question of cars dyno vs dynojet I had.......which I never really did ,but it was fun. Lol car was in track mode and I pulled both listed BAS fuses. I asked the dyno tech to turn off the traction control completely ,but I doubt he did. They were kind of rushing me. All 3 hits on the dyno were 2 minutes apart. Lol is that normal?
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