This is true. Was trynig to make a seminar here But you arte 100% correct. SOOOOOO when the questions start flying, you better stick around to answer that can of worms you just tapped. LIKE, would that frictional HP include the blower?
He still stands his best chances of seeing the whole 1050 at 6:00 on a nice crisp dry morning. 110 in the middle of the day on the 4th of July in Havasu, not so much
Last edited by gn7; 03-10-2012 at 01:36 PM.
With an .05 cf, the weather was decent that day...you're right...you won't find that at 2:30 in July on the river...am or pm
Given a choice, I'd rather know the observed numbers and accurate conditions, rather than corrected numbers.
Last edited by steelcomp; 03-10-2012 at 03:26 PM.
In the madness of this world, know the Peace of God.
Its not all that common in most dyno tests. Its imperitive if you're doing any comparitive testing. You know the Nascar and ProStock boys are doing it. You're right, I didn't mention it in my post to racinjason, but it would only muddle the thread I am still reeling from last INFORMATIVE dyno thread. I am still trying to figure out if I shuld build my jet boat engine for torque or HP.
Scott the OP with a hotrod 8:71 and 3 little strips of teflon isn't going to give huge power #s...you would have to spin that blower to the point of beating air...lol
"If you can't dazzle them with brilliance...Baffle them with bullshit"
One thing is for sure, we "will" have an answer to this, it will be on a dyno in about two months. I'm a welder and working on the road right now, but everything is paid for and sitting in the garage waiting for the shortblock to come from the machine shop. I know the cam could be a little bigger, but hate to go to triple springs and 300+ lb seat pressure. The only thing I wonder is should I go to 360 cnc heads or not.
MSD billet dist and 7AL2, but may go to a 7 dig to gain some traction control on 10" tires using timing retard on launch.