Originally Posted by actireman
I have a Mustang MD250 chassis dyno and we will dyno my car next week. I have been waiting to get some miles on my car first. It looks to me like he has a Mustang dyno also. The eddy current dynos always give lower numbers than the dynojets, thats why you see the difference in numbers. But in the same token they are more accurate and better for tuning and I agree with him. I am very impressed by those numbers on a Mustang dyno. I hope my car will have the same. We will know soon enough.
Yes. We have a MD1100SE. The lower numbers were also related due to the excessive IAT's. The S/C cooling system on this car is terrible