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Simple Question. What is the most accurate dyno?

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Hey guys,

Through experience, what is the best dyno type for the most accurate results? Or is it really a consistency thing where you stick with the same dyno throughout your tuning endevours and focus more on the delta rather than the actual number. I am going for my first dyno, and want to get a nice baseline before I install my mods. Thanks.



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its not a simple question. Mustang Dyno's typically read lower then dynojets. the key to the dyno's are same dyno same day with the same weather conditions. They are great as a tuning aid.
dynos can be manipulated to help or to hurt.
they are a tuning aid. a way or replacing the old method of the track. where you would run the car, bring it in and then adjust for faster laps/et's/mph and then run it again.


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If you stick with the same dyno, that's as good as you can get. Just be as consistant as possible and make changes incrementally.

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