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Old 08-24-2005, 10:09 AM
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What are the pro's and cons versus a steady state dyno pull and what I know as a sweeping dyno pull (4000 - max RPMS)?
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Those are some nice numbers. Your Gladiator should run real good with them in it.


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There is a water temp sender right behind the distributor. that is the front of the engine.

Oh yeah, used 91 octane pump fuel
Sorry Brain fart . Its a Ford


On mine We used the steady state pull for tunning and to see it temps would stabilize also.

If you do a real fast sweep it will inflate the #'s
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Old 08-24-2005, 11:56 AM
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Interesting,,, when I had my motors done earlier this year, they did a sweep and the pull lasted for roughly 20-30 seconds.

It seemed like an hour standing outside the dyno room behind the glass. First couple of pulls I couldn't watch....
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Interesting,,, when I had my motors done earlier this year, they did a sweep and the pull lasted for roughly 20-30 seconds.

It seemed like an hour standing outside the dyno room behind the glass. First couple of pulls I couldn't watch....
Especially when the blowers have that high pitch whining on the upper end .It will make ya cringe if ya not use to it.


JC Perf did a small block the other day and did a steady state pull on it at 8800
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Hey 2112
Those are some nice numbers. Your Gladiator should run real good with them in it.


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Thanks Rick,

I wish they were down a little lower in R's like yours. I will be thrilled to get the same performance you have been getting with your boat.
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