Originally Posted by turbosvtfocus04
Mustang dyno are eddy current dynos which dynojet aren't excep the new lcx models that just came out. But then again you really can't use a dyno to measure power since every dyno is different. All you are looking for is an improvement.
yea we know this, but mustang dyno also use calculations entered by the user for the eddy current to apply a certain load. you mess up calculations you mess up the graph etc. all dyno ready different but when most of the high hp guys use dynojets, then use a dynojet to compare numbers.
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