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Old 11-24-2022, 01:39 PM
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If we are going to throw out HP numbers how about MPH and weight to go with them. That kind of helps even out if a stingy or a happy dyno. and numbers can be changed by a different correction factor easily also.

My IA runs closer to the uncorrected numbers(132.5mph 3595 lbs) which is less than the 695 corrected. probably because most track days are warm and humid like the dyno day was! The 455 in my TA at 3750 ran 124 mph and only dynoed 525 corrected! Wallace calculator and Moroso slide 550 hp.Different dynos.

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1978 Trans Am original owner 10.99 @ 124 pump gas 455 E heads, NO Bird ever!
1981 Black SE Trans Am stockish 6X 400ci, turbo 301 on a stand
1965 GTO 4 barrel 3 speed project
2004 GTO Pulse Red stock motor computer tune 13.43@103.4
1964 Impala SS 409/470ci 600 HP stroker project
1979 Camaro IAII Edelbrock head 500" 695 HP 10.33@132 3595lbs
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