posted December 14, 2002 01:26 PM
Just wanting to know if anyone out there uses the dyno2000 software? If you have, how accurate do you thing it is? It seems that any 350 with flat tops and a cam makes over 300hp with this program. I've read that unless you have a proven combo to compare to, your just wasting your time with it. Any feed back?
racer2 Dirt Maniac
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posted December 14, 2002 07:45 PM
I have an older desktop dyno..seems to work good to me..I just did a flat top motor with stock heads 340 lift cam and a 600 carb on it..came out to 200 hp.. seems pretty close to me
dode Dirt Freak
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posted December 16, 2002 11:42 AM it's all in how accurately you put the numbers in...
dirtbuster Dirt Freak
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posted December 16, 2002 11:53 AM
We had a motor dynoed and it came out to within 15-20 HP of DD200. But i had pretty good numbers to input. The head flow numbers are the trickiest but there are several places on the net where you can download airflow files for use with DD2000.
I wouldnt totally rely on the accuracy of it but it can be used to show or compare what happens to your power output from changes between cams, heads, etc.