Is this a type of dyno for our cars or a just a brand and how accurate is it. Its one of thos my friend knows a friend and he i guess can get me a mustang dyno..dont want to pay for a POS dyno run tho.
I agree 100% here.Mustang dynos represent the real world a little better. When you compare the time to rev from 2K to redline on a dynojet it will read a lower time (quicker spin up due to lower resistance), but the MD will be closer to the actual times seen on the street. A bad dyno operator can easily skew the results. Both work great for before and after dynos.
every dyno is different, with that being said no 2 dyno's will dyno the same....i recently had my camaro dyno in a dyno dynamics and that dyno reads low..only put down 332 rwhp with bolt ons..besides a dyno is a tuning tool, no reason to be hung up on numbers..use your track times as bragging numbers
It's not that much, I dynoed 515 on a dynojet. If it was 15% less and I have only dynoed 419, there's noway I could have trap 130.89. Your trap shows your true hp to weight ratio.its usually 10-15% less hp
Your trap shows power. I have had friends who had faster et's but slower traps and I kill them on the freeway.use your track times as bragging numbers