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Old 12-03-2013, 02:46 PM
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did a few pulls, and what i can say is that i'm more than happy with the numbers...i was trying to hit around the 280whp area...did better than was expecting...current setup-Avenir motor, JGY solid frontmount, B15 trans, JGY 6puck, JGY 8lb flywheel, 72lb injectors, JGY fuelrail, jwt tune, hks bov, z32 maf, 255 pump, JGY frontmount kit, JGY 3" downpipe, full 3" exhaust, greddy profec b spec2, k-sport coilovers, JGY fan kit, koyo radiator, nismo thermostat. Everything was supplied from the dudes at JGY...these pulls were at 20psi. coolant temperture as a constant 154deg, inside temps were 120deg. thanks again Andrew"THE MAN" and Jason"THE DR."
I have been looking at this for a while and something isn't correct with this.

Your coolant temperature should be higher than that. Your thermostat doesn't open until about 180degrees or so........so if you are doing dyno pulls, your motor should be warm. If not warm, than the numbers are not accurate. Also, why in the world was it 120degrees in your dyno cell? Most people can't tolerate over 115degrees for more than about 2 hours. Above 125 degrees, and some people's organs start shutting down. Besides the issue that it's weird that it would be that hot in the dyno, I found it just insane that anyone would want to actually heat a room up to that hot.

Please explain your case.
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That seems pretty warm for a dyno run
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I have been looking at this for a while and something isn't correct with this.

Your coolant temperature should be higher than that. Your thermostat doesn't open until about 180degrees or so........so if you are doing dyno pulls, your motor should be warm. If not warm, than the numbers are not accurate. Also, why in the world was it 120degrees in your dyno cell? Most people can't tolerate over 115degrees for more than about 2 hours. Above 125 degrees, and some people's organs start shutting down. Besides the issue that it's weird that it would be that hot in the dyno, I found it just insane that anyone would want to actually heat a room up to that hot.

Please explain your case.
haha, I'd have to have a cold pack on my nuts in that room. That's ****ing crazy hot.
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