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Old 11-03-2012, 11:44 AM   #57
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Does look good!!
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Old 11-03-2012, 05:46 PM   #58
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Looking like we'll be able to install that onto this soon! (Just having the electric wired up on Monday, and we're good to go!)
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:37 PM   #59
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Who will be the first 400+ rwhp car to hit the dyno? Hmmmm
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Old 11-03-2012, 08:20 PM   #60
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Who will be the first 400+ rwhp car to hit the dyno? Hmmmm
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Old 11-03-2012, 11:32 PM   #61
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400 rwhp would make me happy. It'll be a totally different car.
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:29 AM   #62
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What model dyno is this? Is it a MD-AWD-153?
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:40 AM   #63
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Off topic, but I'd like to know what the benefit of an eddie current (or whatever its called lol) dyno is versus a properly setup dynojet or mustang dyno?
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:45 AM   #64
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Off topic, but I'd like to know what the benefit of an eddie current (or whatever its called lol) dyno is versus a properly setup dynojet or mustang dyno?
Eddy Current is a Mustang Dyno. I researched the eddy current dyno and it simulates the car being tuned on the streets better than an dynojet. This Is why it produces lower numbers than a dynojet does. Also found out that car manufactures and pro race teams prefer using a Mustang eddy current than a dynojet because of all the different patented software that comes with one. I now prefer having my car dyno'd on a mustang dyno.


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Old 11-04-2012, 11:57 AM   #65
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Here is the link to the site. A lot of good info on there.

http://www.mustangdyne.com/mustangdy...iator%20Series


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Off topic, but I'd like to know what the benefit of an eddie current (or whatever its called lol) dyno is versus a properly setup dynojet or mustang dyno?
Huge difference. Dynojet and Mustang Dyne offers eddy control loaded dyno's. The base Dynojets are inertia styles, the Mustang's come optioned with the eddy brake.

The inertia styles cannot simulate real load testing, you are spinning effectively "X" amount of roller weight (224x Dynojet is ~2400lbs), so you are only spinning 2400lbs. of load, not the entire vehicle weight. Also with the eddy or waterbrake load dynos you are capable of holding a certain RPM or speed, and applying various throttle positions at that "held" value, therefore a lot better for VE or MAF tuning a vehicle with real simulated load in a controlled environment. Here is a really good article of Load vs. Inertia style dyno:

http://www.zerotohundred.com/newforu...rtia-dyno.html

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Baylor or the new TT
I'm definitely not expecting 400 rwhp, especially on a dyno that inherently reads lower. So my money is on the TT build. Although I will gladly break her in

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Old 11-05-2012, 07:25 PM   #68
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I'm definitely not expecting 400 rwhp, especially on a dyno that inherently reads lower. So my money is on the TT build. Although I will gladly break her in

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Dyno is operational.. We'll be making HP/TQ pulls tomorrow on Mr. Baylor and then soon to follow with Nick's ride here...

In the mean time, how about some cold air intake pics. Damn Tracy you are making this look like the DiVinci of cars
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Eddy Current is a Mustang Dyno. I researched the eddy current dyno and it simulates the car being tuned on the streets better than an dynojet. This Is why it produces lower numbers than a dynojet does. Also found out that car manufactures and pro race teams prefer using a Mustang eddy current than a dynojet because of all the different patented software that comes with one. I now prefer having my car dyno'd on a mustang dyno.


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Just to be fair to everyone. Dynojet does have their "LC" dynos which incorporate the Eddy Load Control brake also. A lot of other dyno brands do have the option for the load control. The Eddy Load Control brake alone is about a $13-15k option on most dyno's.

Best way to tune the vehicle. I can simulate full load of the vehicle doing rolling road simulations, including "hill climbs" etc. which is a huge benefit considering this damn state is flat, but my customer may be from hilly Colorado!
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Best way to tune the vehicle. I can simulate full load of the vehicle doing rolling road simulations, including "hill climbs" etc. which is a huge benefit considering this damn state is flat, but my customer may be from hilly Colorado!
My old MAF sensor begs to differ about that, Tallahassee is pretty hilly.
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