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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Forgot to save the log, but remember know they were slowly increasing.
    If you get a chance to log IATs especially with pump it'd be interesting to see. I have 50-60F rise for a full 3rd gear pull. Keep in mind my 3rd now is considerably longer than before. When I had the 3.08 diff this used to be all of 3rd with shifting into 4th and holding to about 6k rpm...

    Any plans to dyno and show some all out pump numbers? Do you have 93 there?
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    The dynojet does not do a good job of replicating long runs like that. Not enough load on the motor but on the other hand also not enough airflow for the intercooler, etc. On the road a doing a 50-150 picking up a 60+ IAT increase sounds reasonable to me at these power levels without meth.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    The dynojet does not do a good job of replicating long runs like that. Not enough load on the motor but on the other hand also not enough airflow for the intercooler, etc. On the road a doing a 50-150 picking up a 60+ IAT increase sounds reasonable to me at these power levels without meth.
    I'm not looking forward to seeing those IATs rise on the dyno that's for sure Click here to enlarge it'll be even worse. I need a 3.46 rear to dyno this beast properly on pump LOL
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