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Old 04-08-2009, 09:46 AM   #1
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the difference?

hey guys whats the difference between a mustang dyno and a jet dyno or is there one thanks for any feedback and idk were to put this sooooo if it in the wrong spot you can move it thanks
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Re: the difference?

A mustang dyno is one that applies load to the car while dynoing. It more closely simulates driving on the street. It will generally read lower hp numbers than a dynojet but it is closer to the numbers you would make on the street.

A dynojet is an inertia dyno. basically, it is generally a free wheeling dyno without any load. Because of the lack of load, it will read higher numbers. Some of the newer models of dynojets come with an optional eddy current brake system that will let you add load to the rollers during the run. This makes it act somewhat like a mustang dyno, but not quite all the way.

And just to throw this out there....I will be going to a dyno dynamics dyno this weekend to check my A/F in my tune. After some extensive research on them, it seems they are basically the same as the mustang dyno. They do the same load application.

Oh, the mustang dyno's are much easier to make read higher than actual. Some shops will tweak the configuation settings to get some inflated numbers to make their shop look better. Dynojets are a bit harder to do that with.
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bottom line, they're all tuning tools. thats it. it is super nice to having the loading that the dyno dynamics and mustang dyno have as well as the newer dynojets but as far as numbers, who gives a ****? its ncie to have a baseline and to see what made what improvements but the dyno numbers are nto gospel. heck, i only made 306hp/328 torque
through a tko and went 12.23@ 113.6
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damn, my typing sucks. thats what i get for trying to type fast. lol!
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bottom line, they're all tuning tools. thats it. it is super nice to having the loading that the dyno dynamics and mustang dyno have as well as the newer dynojets but as far as numbers, who gives a ****? its ncie to have a baseline and to see what made what improvements but the dyno numbers are nto gospel. heck, i only made 306hp/328 torque
through a tko and went 12.23@ 113.6
+1 I was mid/low 12s constant on DRs with trap speeds there or a little higher, only made ~310 HP/348 TQ on a loaded dyno
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who's running a Dyno Dynamics?
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who's running a Dyno Dynamics?
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yea, they're the only ones i know of around here. as for mustang dyno's, tnt's (gerheart) is broken and tps (total performance) is the only one around here going.
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who's running a Dyno Dynamics?
Like NAte said, it's Corr. Their rate is half of what stang hi and tps are....$75 for 3 pulls with a/f and boost...hence the reason I am going there to check my a/f...no sense dumping 150 for 3 pulls on the dyno. ****, I got my 3 tunes for less than that.
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how much does a dyno usually cost?
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Hey bobby you plan on going to Mustang Magic anytime soon? Hear anything on the other forums about dyno day? I'd like to go and see what improvements I've made. I thought I saw something around May.
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Damn, I was talking to Mark at the ricer fest 2 weeks ago and didn't even bother to ask. So in BR, for mustangs, it's Cody, Benji, or Corr?

Thunder Racing split, so their dyno facility is at another location, and I can't recall the name of it, but Geoffe's not branching off to Fords just yet. I really hope he does cuz he is an awesome tuner for the GM's.
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Hoyt's Performance out here in Lafayette is $100 for 3 pulls or $40 a pull.
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Damn, I was talking to Mark at the ricer fest 2 weeks ago and didn't even bother to ask. So in BR, for mustangs, it's Cody, Benji, or Corr?

Thunder Racing split, so their dyno facility is at another location, and I can't recall the name of it, but Geoffe's not branching off to Fords just yet. I really hope he does cuz he is an awesome tuner for the GM's.
YEP, geoff started his own business named engine power systems or something similar. corr mostly just tunes the import stuff, no domestics as far as i know. my brother bought thunder's old dyno and they dont have their own yet. geoff is still tuning for thunder.
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