Both you gentlemen wanted to discuss Dyno's, and the math that makes the dyno work. As you said that we needed to know the math that proves that the dyno works. So lets have a no pissin match discussion about that.

As IG is the Superflo/dyno expert here, Question goes to him.

We have all the numbers on the 496 with iron heads that VP built. Some of us have questioned the HP that motor produced with the parts it was built from. Using some of the formulas you showed, and even more if you would like or need to, Can you show us how the math proves the dyno is correct? I'm not just talking the correction here, but the airflow, rpm engine size etc etc. that equals the HP that VP says he got.

As a general statement to myself and others here. No BS name calling etc on this thread. Lets look at the math, and the proof that the math shows, and work from that. Ask questions. Lets try and keep statements that are based on know facts or facts we can prove.

To Mr IQ. Can you fill in the formulas, not just say what they are? IOW, not A2+B2=C2, but show the numbers for A, B, and C.

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