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Has 2012 Nats AWD dyno been reserved yet? & TT rules nit

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Bnjmn

like weight (after first weigh of the "event"), no margin of error is recognized.

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L98Terror
How about a 2% error allowance on the dyno if there is such an allowance for GPS?

What does Dyno Jet specify as the dyno's margin of error?

 

I don't know why the awd guys are not pushing hard for an awd dyno. Who wants to take hours out of a busy week to get their car dyno'd?

 

You need to include the margin of error in your class form.

 

Really if the rule said you have 2% margin people that are allowed 300 hp would be shooting for 306.

 

If you class dictates 8.7 you should shoot for 8.9

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kbrew8991
How about a 2% error allowance on the dyno if there is such an allowance for GPS?

What does Dyno Jet specify as the dyno's margin of error?

 

I don't know why the awd guys are not pushing hard for an awd dyno. Who wants to take hours out of a busy week to get their car dyno'd?

the GPS isn't the final say yet - it's just a trigger to figure out if the car needs to be looked at closely or not.

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