no they dont usually but if the operator has not used shootout mode they can enter in a scale factor and fudge it to get any number you want. if you see a dyno dynamics dyno without shootout written on it you never know what is going on in the background and it is worthless for comparison with other graphs. shootout mode locks in several variables like the ramp rate, correction factors so the operator cant fudge it unless he puts the temp probe in a bad spot but even then it is all printed on the graph to see if it is suspect.
Originally Posted by Steven747
nice numbers. are the dynodynamics the ones that tend to run a little inflated?
some places even say they can correct dynodynamics to read dynojet. this is a complete wank and just pain BS, all they are doing is fudging the numbers to make the customer happy there is not a fixed correction to get from one to another. if you want a dynojet number well go to a place with a dynojet......
Last edited by reggid; 05-04-2013 at 06:33 PM.