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Im going to get dyno'd and tuned soon and i was wondering if having weight in the rear of the car will have any effect. i have a 15" subwoofer that including the enclosure weighs 54 pounds... i dont think it should effect anything but it would be a hugh pain to remove, so just wondering... Thanks !

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Im going to get dyno'd and tuned soon and i was wondering if having weight in the rear of the car will have any effect. i have a 15" subwoofer that including the enclosure weighs 54 pounds... i dont think it should effect anything but it would be a hugh pain to remove, so just wondering... Thanks !
Don't worry about that at all. You should be fine. The wheel HP dyno is based on friction/resistance or some weird voodoo science. The only time weight would have an effect is in real world instances when you're driving on the road.

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