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Old 01-04-2003, 03:16 AM   #1
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Default Speed Motor lab dyno - condition??

I hope somebody could help me figure out what or how to use the dynos readings, the operation manual is somewhat funny, and dont give details on the readings. What is the ideal reading for condition? lower or higher readout? if im using an 11t motor, what is the ideal amp, rpm and condition reading? hope somebody can help, tnx.
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you really don't need anyone to tell what to look for, you will have to learn that on your own..... after you use it a few times and then race the motor you will know what feels right, just try to get numbers like the ones that felt right during the race.......... remember no 2 dynos read out the same numbers, even on the same motor.......
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I second what IMPACTPLYR says, just look for what felt fast in previous sessions. However, you should be able to ask people at least a ballpark expectation of how that motor should perform.
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Ok, Thanks guys for the help, happy racing.
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Old 01-06-2003, 06:51 AM   #5
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wilfred,

i suggest that a few more cases of beer and chi-chiriyas with your good friends will solve your problem,you will eventually know how to use the dyno.he.he.he.
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