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First time on a chassis dyno tomorrow with the Z!

This is a discussion on First time on a chassis dyno tomorrow with the Z! within the Corvette forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by Zinergy Dyno is a tool not bar setter. Go to the track see what you trap. If ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinergy View Post
    Dyno is a tool not bar setter. Go to the track see what you trap. If you are trapping much lower than what a c6 z06 with mods should be then you KNOW it isnt doing what its supposed to do.


    Yep that's already the plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FasstChevys View Post


    Yep that's already the plan.
    lol whats the question marks for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinergy View Post
    lol whats the question marks for
    Post #15 - I.E., broken record


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    Quote Originally Posted by FasstChevys View Post
    Post #15 - I.E., broken record

    Yep and I agreed with you in post 17 and then again in 20.

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    What settings did he use for vehicle weight etc? There can be many factors behind dyno #S. Also did you go to this SAME dyno stock before the mods? That is the best comparison you an get to see gains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emm3 View Post
    What settings did he use for vehicle weight etc? There can be many factors behind dyno #S. Also did you go to this SAME dyno stock before the mods? That is the best comparison you an get to see gains.
    That's a good question - I'm not certain what weight they used for vehicle weight, if I see him, I'll ask.

    To my knowledge, the car hadn't ever been dynoed prior to the modifications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FasstChevys View Post
    That's a good question - I'm not certain what weight they used for vehicle weight, if I see him, I'll ask.

    To my knowledge, the car hadn't ever been dynoed prior to the modifications.
    You should find out. many #s are easily manipulated using the dyno software. If he was new at it, he may have screwed up many input settings.

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