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Just dyno'd mine last night after a build started in October last year.

The torque wheel power is calculated by the lb/ft scale/the ratio (which is 3.9 final drive + 2 for the dyno drive so 1,556/5.9 = 263.7 lb/ft)

The date on the file is not correct, the dyno PC needs time reset. It was done last night (30 March 09).
 

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:lmfao: I was looking at that date on the bottom thinking that somebody needs to program their machine.

Nice numbers! The torque seems a bit disappointing, but I guess I'm so used to reading about monstrous engine builds that I get blinded by it.

Congrats on the long journey!
 

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Yes please!
 

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QUOTE (SmoothZ @ Mar 31 2009, 08:35 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=572411
:lmfao: I was looking at that date on the bottom thinking that somebody needs to program their machine.

Nice numbers! The torque seems a bit disappointing, but I guess I'm so used to reading about monstrous engine builds that I get blinded by it.

Congrats on the long journey!
Cheers! It is N/A so not sure we can get more torque out of it.

Thought about that, could change the final drive again I suppose.
 

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Any updates, Jim? Or have you been busy on the track?
 

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Thats a great number for N/A. All that linear power is making me really jealous. Can you please elaborate on the build???
 
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