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New Engine Dyno Results - Constructive Thoughts

Old 03-29-2010, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by outriggers View Post
Just pulled my dyno sheet, your right they cross at 5252 R.P.M. I have never heard this. Can somebody explain this? Thanks, Doug P.S. Wow, on the #'s
(Torque x Engine speed) / 5,252 = Horsepower

To get from pound-feet of torque to horsepower, you need to go through a few conversions. The number 5,252 is the result of lumping several different conversion factors together into one number.
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Old 03-29-2010, 02:06 PM
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Duc should be low to mid 80's with that power and the rite prop. Mine was said to have been 85 with 27 mirage and trs.
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Originally Posted by DonRoc View Post
The beauty of dyno's with a little change in the correction factor its easy to make a customer happy... I would have asked them to get it to see about 1000hp, and Tq well where would you want it? For you are the customer... Only works until the motor goes in the boat and makes a few speed runs. Then reality sets in hard...
Just busting you, buy yep its that easy....
That rite there = very funny ,
Now only if we new the BSFC numbers and the pounds of fuel per hour =

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