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Old 03-15-2013, 03:12 AM
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this thread in the dyno section is the perfect example of how flawed a dyno can be in terms of your baseline hp/tq numbers and peak numbers.

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I agree, my only concern has been track times, Dyno numbers sound good on paper, but timeslips don't lie. I think I made almost 600hp on spray, but my times were better than most dyno queens I've seen or read about. 11.561 in a stock block QC with 102k is impressive to me.
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That is impressive. 11's period on a QC is impressive, but being in the mid-11's on stock block over 100k, very nice.
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