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Old 04-20-2005, 10:05 AM
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ok, so i will finally have a chance to use a wide band soon, but i have access to a load bearing dyno that is used for diesel emissions, it's a mustang dyno, so i figured instead of street tuning i can do it stationary on this dyno, only problem is you have to manually put in how much load you want on the wheels in % .....anyone know how much load % i would want to put on the wheels to represent real driving conditions?
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Old 04-20-2005, 10:43 AM
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Hrm...it would have to realte to the weight of your car and the drag coefficient of the wind on the frame of your car (but isnt that variable depending on the speed?).

What load % do they put on the diesel trucks? Find out the weight of the truck, compare it to the weight of your car and equate it accordingly... :P
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Old 04-20-2005, 05:06 PM
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Dynos are for ****.

i wrote a random number generator back when I was in 6th grade in GWBASIC. We should use that concept on your fuel map.
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Old 04-20-2005, 07:19 PM
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Street tune it to get the real life aspect. You will tune it on there and it will be off anyway, because you aren't really moving. But it would be ok to get it close, and then clean it up with a real street tune.
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Originally Posted by TurboEF9
Dynos are for ****.

i wrote a random number generator back when I was in 6th grade in GWBASIC. We should use that concept on your fuel map.
.......ok
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Old 04-21-2005, 05:13 PM
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b16,

I'm just kiddin' dude.. I don't know what you'd put as the load. Xenocron is right, it would depend on you drag coefficent, weight, and ----..
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Originally Posted by TurboEF9
b16,

I'm just kiddin' dude.. I don't know what you'd put as the load. Xenocron is right, it would depend on you drag coefficent, weight, and ----..
That equates to, you are better off on the street.
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Old 04-22-2005, 09:56 AM
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Ya, I street tune ANY car before taking it to the dyno.. iron out the wrinkles to get a consistant tune. Then I worry about wringing out all of the power the engine.
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