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This is a discussion on Nice surprise today within the Dyno Information forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Originally Posted by shady milkman ahh and here we see the ancient technique of back-tracking he is pretty good at ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    ahh and here we see the ancient technique of back-tracking
    he is pretty good at that ive found out over the last week

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    not saying lighter flywheel doesnt affect rear wheel power, but 95% of people with long tubes/exhaust/lid are dynoing around 335, 345 with a tune, he doesnt have a tune, your telling me he picked up 40 RWHP from a flywheel?
    i didnt say anything of the sort
    i was just correcting yet another comment you made and didnt have a clue about

    as you have noticed there are alot of savvy people here and it would probably be best if you learned then spoke

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    Quote Originally Posted by fbodynut View Post
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    be careful using that flywheel if you're into drag racing, I've heard lots of them warp due to the fact that they're made of alluminum. That's the reason I'm going with a light weight steel one when I get the cash.

    nice gains BTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7camaro7 View Post
    be careful using that flywheel if you're into drag racing, I've heard lots of them warp due to the fact that they're made of alluminum. That's the reason I'm going with a light weight steel one when I get the cash.

    nice gains BTW
    True, they don't like lots of heat. This thing will only see the 1/4 mile every once in a while, just to see what it will do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpinson View Post
    i didnt say anything of the sort
    i was just correcting yet another comment you made and didnt have a clue about

    as you have noticed there are alot of savvy people here and it would probably be best if you learned then spoke
    dont have a clue about? tell me how a flywheel affects crank hp......then tell me how a flywheels gives you 40 RWHP

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    That dyno is WRONG, it pretty much has to be, hate to bust your bubble.

    Bring it to me in Richmond and the baseline will tell the truth; I don't even hook up to the car until after the baseline pull. I use and tune on the industry standard; the dynojet.

    It didn't gain from cooling off, you have different levels of offsetting positive fuel trims that lock at WOT, so depending on where trimming is at when it's floored, they will offset and partially dictate the mixture. Tuning fixes this. Why is there no AFR readout on there? That dyno run is pretty much useless without that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    dont have a clue about? tell me how a flywheel affects crank hp......then tell me how a flywheels gives you 40 RWHP
    it has already been explained
    and nobody is saying it gave him 40 rwhp but it could have given him a few

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    im not even saying that dyno is right
    and i agree there has to be something else if it is

    but you saying that the flywheel doesnt effect rwhp is not correct either

    which is exactly what you said

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    exactly what i said? please find me where i said a flywheel has nothing to do with RWHP or hp.....please find me that

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    Lets keep this civil......

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    exactly what i said? please find me where i said a flywheel has nothing to do with RWHP or hp.....please find me that
    Ok, I'll jump on this bandwagon. Here is where you said a lighter flywheel has nothing to do with HP:

    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    lighter flywheel has NOTHING to do with hp, that dyno is messed up or your car has work done to it you dont know about, 374 rwhp is not even dreamable with longtubes, exhaust, CAI
    A lighter flywheel will net about 8 HP, HP Pontiac put one in a car and had it on the dyno before and after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Fast View Post
    Ok, I'll jump on this bandwagon. Here is where you said a lighter flywheel has nothing to do with HP:



    A lighter flywheel will net about 8 HP, HP Pontiac put one in a car and had it on the dyno before and after.
    hey i appreciate the help man,this guy is something else ,and he is probably pretty ticked at me because i have called him out on his b/s more than once

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    he tryed to tell me an ls1 only has 315 crank horsepower and when he realized he was wrong,im pretty sure he was trying to provoke me so i would get booted, so watch him

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    watch what? i said the advertised hp for the z28 was around 315, tell me its not? i said hp, not RWHP on a flywheel, again i said find me where i said RWHP

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