Why no ddp? I'd suggest you call infinite performance when talking about needing the best for vp44 injectors.
you won't really be seeing how the truck spools if you start your dyno run at 2k. you won't have any gauge on the compound setup vs the large single. I don't see what good a 2k start does for trying to show how well a setup spools vs another setup, IE: single vs Compounds. A lot of truck make their peak torque before 2k so if you are wanting to do comparisons it seems like your runs should start closer to 1500 rpm.I will be doing pull in 3rd with TC locked. Start at 50 mph which equals 2000 rpm. slowly spool turbo then slam the pedal take it all the way to 3500-3600 rpms.
what doesn't hold, your trans?Well I adjusted Water Meth and tried some pulls from 1500 RPM and I'm sorry guys it just isn't going to happen that way. It simply will not hold. I have to hit about 40-45 mph then nice and evenly lay on pedal till it lights then hammer it and it's utter Armageddon!!!. So this dyno session will be strictly be a how much Horsepower am I making.
exactly, accurate in terms if wheel hp/tq vs wheel hp/tq and the typical driveline loss.what he means is... not human error... mechanical error.... slipping trans, similar to slipping clutch or belt will only hold what it will hold. your 1000hp goal may look like 650 with a slipping trans even though its a 1000hp setup..
imo should worry about not blowing a rod through the block after 3200rpm more than hp numbers.
but.. good luck
The only thing I am trying to say is that HP is nothing more than a calculation of Torque over time AKA RPM's Has nothing to do with "danger zones"Is it useable??? I am perfectly aware that trucks engines explode when their rpm's drop down into the danger zone. Sled pulling trucks survive as long as they do because they keep rpm up above 4000 rpm. if they drop into 2500 range kaboom. the engine cannot handle the stress of all that torque.
My stock connecting rods are only safe till 1800 ft lbs maybe 2000 but thats a stretch.
If a truck did 2000 horsepower and 4000 torque wouldnt the score be the same or is that not how they score at UCC.