JBA Dyno Day June 26th

Discussion in 'Regional Forums and Event Information' started by Beau, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. You've got mail!!!

    Thanks JJ
  2. Ill hook you up John, when I get home. Your stang sounds sweet, wish I would have heard that bad boy. How were your #'s?

    Chad, mail size says 160 on the smaller setting (which we used) The larger setting is 640 VGA. Not sure if that means 160X160. I am a video newbie...for now :D
  3. John, I never received your PM or e-mail. re-send and ill be happy to e-mail you your dyno run :nice:

    Jason - sent
    Ken - sent
    Rich - sent

    Does anyone else want to see theirs? Beau? Bill? Fred?

    Shoot me your e-mail and ill send it :flag:
  4. Ya sounds like 160x160. I was going to host them but I didn't know there were so many. :doh:
  5. I sent it from work yesterday ([email protected]). If it isn't too much trouble, can you also send it to my home email on Saturday ? I need to open my home email box when I get home tonite. Thanks!!

  6. Thanks, it came in at 366hp/380trqe - about 30hp less and 10ft lbs more than the Dyno Shop in Santee. Different dynos I guess.
  7. Yeah definitely different dynos, the one is Santee is a Dynojet which is alot stingier from what I have read. Kinda surprising you gained torque though :scratch: Maybe Beau can refresh our (my) memories :shrug:

    Nice numbers though John :drool: one day I shall be in that neighborhood :D

    Ill send you an e-mail to your work e-mail here in two minutes. :nice:
  8. Yeah there are actually like over 40 I think. All the data only totals 29 MB's though. If you wouldnt mind I would like to ask you a couple of questions about hosting/streaming at our next event. I need to learn more about it.
  9. From what Bruce explained, the Dyno Dynamics measures hp/tq differently than the Dynojet. When on the Dynojet, your car is spinning a drum of water, and the computer extrapolates from the acceleration your hp/tq. The Dyno Dynamics uses 2 drums, with electromagnets instead of water, and it measures hp/tq while under load, which in theory will give you better, more accurate numbers. Accurate meaning closer to real world driving conditions.
  10. I only have 10 megs on my host though. I can try to answer some questions but it's not my area of expertise.
  11. Thanks Beau, but i might be more confused than I was about it before :rlaugh:

    Either way, I am damn happy with my numbers :hail2:
  12. No worries, but would appreciate any advice. Are you gonna be getting up at the Butt crack of dawn with the rest of the gang? Im gonna try man :nice:
  13. Beau and JJ,
    Thanks for the dyno pull vid :nice: